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Physical Education


It is the aim of the Physical Education Department to deliver High Quality Physical Education and School Sport. The sporting philosophy of the school aims to provide a wide range of opportunities for pupils of all abilities to enjoy sport and to develop their abilities to the full.

Through participation in high quality provision, our students will be able to demonstrate the following personal qualities:
A strong desire to learn and make progress; High levels of dedication, attendance and involvement in PE and school sport; High levels of commitment to PE and school sport; High levels of positive sporting behaviour such as, fair play and helpfulness; High levels of enjoyment and enthusiasm and a strong desire to get involved.

Physical education is a tool that has the ability to unlock every individual's potential.

At LGGS we offer a PE curriculum that is designed to act as a foundation to help develop our girls’ as; well-rounded individuals, using the Youth Sports Trust ‘My Personal Best’ concept. Throughout all Key Stages the programme of studies and sporting activities on offer provide opportunities to realise and experience development in the following 12 life skills:

Motivating and influence others    Communication: Active Listening Responsibility
Empathy Self-Management Resilience
Collaboration Integrity Evaluation
Communication: speaking Self-Motivation Innovation

Learning about the above life skills allows our girls to not only have the ability to achieve outstanding grades, but relish any personal or professional obstacle they face beyond school. 

PE Department Twitter

Clubs and Activities 2019

Sports Fixtures Autumn 2019

GCSE Exam Board: AQA Physical Education:
Specification 8582

If you require any further details, please contact:
Miss L Sharples, Head of Physical Education


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