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Why study Physical Education?

Physical Education teaches students so much more than simply how to play a variety of sports, it develops skills such as leadership, communication, cooperation, independence, respect, fairness and acceptance of responsibility; skills that are needed in order to thrive in modern life.

We believe that all students should leave Immanuel College with a positive attitude towards physical activity and the motivation to lead a healthy and active lifestyle. We want to inspire the next generation of gym-goers, amateur football players, netball payers and cyclists and enable them to understand the benefits of leading such a lifestyle and the effect it can have on a person’s physical, social and mental health.

What do you learn?

Our students take part in Physical Education lessons until the end of Year 11.

  • Rounders
  • Football
  • Netball
  • Athletics
  • Table Tennis
  • Rugby
Students playing Rugby

What can you study at Key Stage 4 at Immanuel College? (Years 10 & 11)

Students can choose to study BTEC Sport where they will learn about components of fitness, training methods, fitness testing, how the body produces energy and the rules and regulations of different sports.

What relevant AS/A Levels, BTECs or Applied Qualifications can you study in Post 16 at Immanuel College?

  • BTEC Sport
  • BTEC Public Services

We also offer lots of extra-curricular opportunities that include before school, lunchtime and after school clubs;

  • Football
  • Netball
  • Basketball
  • Badminton
  • Dodgeball
  • Rugby


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