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Curriculum Statement

The PE curriculum gives every student the opportunity to succeed through physical activity, whilst also improving mental wellbeing. We offer all children chances to compete in competitive sport, which helps them build character and learn values such as fairness and respect. Through PE, we develop the students' knowledge, skills and understanding. 

Bromley Beacon Academy represents an opportunity for change for the young people who join our family. The lessons they learn here are more important than the subjects offered in our wide and varied curriculum. We offer students the opportunity to learn about real life, to grow and get ready for the next steps of their lives by shining a light on their potential. How do we do this? Crucially we treat each of them differently, addressing each of their strengths and areas for development.


In PE we educate the students both physically and mentally. We educate them on training different areas of the body, as well as how to eat and follow a healthy, balanced diet.

We intend to continue to develop the students' fine and gross motor skills through a wide variety of sports. Then to continue to progress these skills into a practice and game situation gaining an understanding of the rules of the sport and investigate ways to outwit their opponent.We offer them the opportunity to study the body further, while also offering them the opportunity to become a qualified sports coach, which in turn opens doors for their future.

This year we will help our students to gain a NCFE technical qualification in Health & Fitness or Sports Studies. We also provide opportunities for students to specialise in coaching qualifications, Personal Training qualifications and Boxing training.


  • A varied curriculum across KS4
  • Trips to external providers and tournaments
  • Level 1/2 NCFE Award in Health & Fitness
  • Level 1/2 NCFE Award in Sports Studies
  • Level 1 Coaching qualifications
  • Developing links with external clubs and providers
  • High expectations of students within lessons
  • High standards of teaching from experienced staff
  • Boxing intervention and coaching
  • Swimming lessons at Biggin Hill Swimming Pool
  • Well planned lessons catering for each individual’s needs
  • Build on students' strength of knowledge and skills.
  • To embed recap and recall activites at the start of each lesson to refresh previous learning.
  • Deploy staff effectively to support students ensure they are on task and progressing


  • All students will acquire knowledge and skills that enable them to progress on to their next phase of education, employment or training. As well as this, all students will have high aspirations which is evident in the articulation of their knowledge and understanding and the work that they produce
  • All students, including the most disadvantaged, will make at least expected progress and continuously work towards age related targets in academic, EHCP and SEMH. The expected progress for each student is to progress by 4 sub-levels and for 80% of students to work at around one year below their actual age and 20% working at 2 years below their age
  • Students will build upon their subject knowledge from KS3/KS4
  • Learning about different areas of sport and how to implement them in to practical lessons
  • Gaining knowledge about eating healthily and positive lifestyle choices
  • Understanding employment opportunities available in the sports industry
  • Using coaching qualifications to gain employment assisting coaching
  • Learning lifelong skills, such as swimming

To view our curriculum maps for PE, please click here.

To view our knowledge oragnisers for PE, please click here.

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