Physical education

This subject inspires young people to participate in competitive sport and other physically demanding activities. It involves becoming physically confident and healthy and develops attributes such as resilience, fairness and respect.

We found 94 challenges in the Subject area 'Physical education'

Challenge Level NLH
The learner will be able to perform basic cricket techniques safely in a sports hall.
Entry 2  10
The learner will be able to prepare for and take part in surfing lessons.
Entry 1  20
The learner will be able to canoe in a safe manner on flat water.
Level 1  10
The learner will take part in activities which encourage and support a healthy body and mind.
WTE1  20
The learner will experience hydrotherapy sessions.
WTE1  20
The learner will be able to identify the correct personal protective clothing to wear for riding a horse.
WTE1  10
The learner will be able to take part in a bowling activity with others and show they can bowl safely.
Entry 3  20
The learner will develop their sailing skills and knowledge through participation in a range of sailing related activities.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to safely navigate around predetermined trails in a range of settings, increasing the trail challenge whilst demonstrating their bike handling skills.
Entry 1  10
The learner will develop their independence whilst preparing for and taking part in a swimming activity.
WTE1  10
The learner will be able to participate in at least three sporting activities and evaluate their performance.
Entry 2  20
The learner will take part in rebound therapy sessions.
WTE1  20
The learner will be able to identify equipment used for rock climbing and demonstrate a safe climbing technique on a wall up to two metres high.
WTE1  10
The learner will research and discuss emotional and physical benefits of sport, produce a power point and deliver this to either a 1:1, small group or whole class setting.
Level 1  10
The learner will be able to state the equipment and rules for new age kurling and demonstrate the ability to play the game.
Entry 3  10
The learner will work with others during practical activities and games to learn the basic skills of football.
Entry 1  10
The learner will be able to explain the table markings, scoring system, basic rules and demonstrate the ability to play basic table tennis strokes.
Entry 3  10
The learner will develop skills in copying movements to music through chair dance aerobics.
WTE1  20
The learner will learn the theory behind the fitness required for dance for optimal performance, conditioning and injury prevention.
Level 3  20
The learner will be able to control a ball appropriately within a group and independently.
WTE1  10