At Cambridge Home School Online, we teach a well-rounded physical education/sports science curriculum. Students learn the theoretical and practical aspects of anatomy, physiology, and contemporary sports studies. They also understand the importance of developing strong movement skills. Our MA/MSc/PhD qualified teachers build a strong foundation, enabling students to apply their theoretical knowledge and improve their performance.
Students are encouraged to engage in individual sports, team events, games, outdoor activities, and related excursions. This course is strongly recommended to students who wish to pursue a career in sports development, coaching, recreational management, professional sports, or the leisure industry. The syllabus is designed to help students develop strong problem-solving and comprehension skills. They also understand the socio-cultural, physiological, and psychological factors that affect physical education. Students attempt four papers.
We offer a range of assessments during our live lessons. These include summative tests, worksheets, pop quizzes, group activities, and more. Using these assignments, our teachers assess each student’s skills and knowledge.
Homework is given at the end of each week. Students get a chance to polish their skills and cover more ground. We plan homework around a range of different topics and subtopics, taking special care to cover everything in the syllabus.
Parents are given 24/7 access to their children’s coursework. We also maintain an open line of communication between parents and teachers to ensure complete transparency. Additionally, we hold 3 parent-teacher consultations each year, one in every term. Parents can also set up consultations with teachers at mutually convenient times.
Students become capable of identifying and analysing key terms and global sports and physical education trends. Each student develops a good grasp of anatomy, physical performance, and the musculoskeletal system.
Key Topics Taught
- The skeletal system
- Joint type
- Movement type
- Functions of muscles
- Types of muscle contraction
- Muscle fibre types
- Movement analysis of sporting actions associated with each joint
- Structure and function of the heart
- The function of the vascular system
- Structure and function of the respiratory system
Required reading list to be decided.
Meet The Teacher
Dr. Brown is a passionate biologist and is a keen sportswoman who enjoys running, netball and horse riding. Her extensive knowledge of biological systems and anatomy coupled with her ability to explain it in an exciting way ensure a successful and fun course for all budding sports scientists.
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