Sport

For a student to be placed on the gifted and talented register they must be able to achieve one or more of the following:-

Sporting performance in a specific activity

The student must have reached at least County or Representative level, or similar levels within a recognised providing agency (e.g. Worthing Bears, Portsmouth F.C. Academy Player – not sport in the community), Sussex CCC Cricket, have achieved County swimming standards or County athletics standards etc.

They could also be on a National Governing Body of Sport’s Performance Programme (e.g. World Class Start) or have represented their sport at a National Level.

National Curriculum PE

These students will be assessed across the 5 abilities of PE.

The student is attaining at least two levels above the expected level for the relevant age group.

It could also mean that they are a highly rated fast track student who has the potential to attain an A* pass at GCSE PE.

Staff are expected to indicate the specific sport at which the student shows G&T status or whether they have achieved it for attaining at high levels in ALL 4 strands of the NC.

Updated G+T register is based with the Resource Assistant in PE.
Inclusion in PE

All students have equal rights to active participation in PE at The Angmering School regardless of race, class, colour, creed, sex, sexuality, age or ability.

The department offers a diverse range of activities with the intention of including all students, across the full breadth of the school. This is achieved through a process driven KS3 curriculum opening wider delivery choices, including well balanced and streamed groupings to allow the best development possible for all to meet individual learning needs.

At KS4/5 the students have a wide range of options to suit all learning styles and needs, including GCSE PE theory and practical, BTEC First and National and Public Services which offer alternative career paths in sport and leisure. The delivery of CSLA and JSLA promotes independent learning, helps to raise participation levels in sport.

A comprehensive extra-curricular programme of activities in a wide range of activities accessible for all allows students to continue learning outside the classroom. These are available during lunchtimes and after school increasing the participation rates and access.

Read more in our booklet for Gifted & Talented sport students:

athlete booklet