Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Physical Education


Half Term Overview

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Our Staff

Mr M A Hamill Head of Department
Miss K M Jones
Mr B. Roberts
Miss L Williams
Mr Aled Williams 5×60 Officer
Miss A Lewis

 

About our staff

Head of department  Mr M A Hamill

AfterLeavingSchool/ sixth form way back in 1998 I decided to go to university and study sports science to continue and develop my interest in sport. After successfully completing my degree, I did my teacher training in schools inNorth Walesand the Wirral.

In 2002 I started my first teaching position atRhylHigh Schooland I’ve been here ever since! As well as being head of department I also lead the fantastic Foryd House.

My main interests are Football,Rugbyand Golf, when I get the chance!

I support the mighty Liverpool (the better half ofLiverpool) so there is always plenty of discussion with Mr B Roberts, who is of course – a bitter blue.

Miss K M Jones

Following my GCSEs and A Levels I studied atEdgeHillUniversityand gained a BSc (Hons) in Sports Science graduating in 2000. I continued my studies and completed a PGCE in Physical Education in 2001.

Over the summer holidays for several years I worked for Denbighshire County Council running play schemes where I drove a minibus full of sports kit round villages delivering games and activities to children aged 5-16, I loved this job!!

I started my first teaching job aRhylHigh Schoolin 2001, which I still love 11 years on!!

My life outside of school is busy as I have three sons but I find time to play football for Denbigh Ladies. I enjoy running, the odd round of golf, horse riding, watching movies and cooking…..and eating chocolate!! 😉

Mr B Roberts

I recently started my new job here atRhylHigh Schoolas PE Teacher. I am a local lad from Rhyl and a past pupil of the school.

After leavingRhylHigh SchoolI went to study atUWICUniversity,Cardifffor a BA Honours in Sport and Physical Education. I then went on to become a Postgraduate and Study for my PGCE a year later.

I play a number of different sports in my own time including Tennis, Squash, Golf and Football forRhuddlanTownin the Clwyd Premier Division.

Miss L Williams

I have been a full time teacher aRhylHigh Schoolsince 2011 and have previously worked at Rhyl as a supply teacher for 18 months. After leaving school I studied atDeesideCollegeand then went toManchesterMetropolitanUniversityto become a PE teacher.

My main sport is football and I play for Wirral Ladies and I also enjoy playing badminton, squash and love to go mountain biking. I support the awesome Manchester United, which causes a lot of mickey taking within the department!

Curriculum Structure

Key Stage 3

Pupils study the 4 areas of experience from the national curriculum COMPETITIVE, CREATIVE, HEALTH FITNESS AND WELLBEING and OUTDOOR / ADVENTUROUS.Pupils have at least 4 hours of PE over 2 weeks and are encouraged to participate in 5×60 and after school clubs.

Key Stage 4

Pupils experience Health, fitness and wellbeing activities and at least one activity from another area of experience. Pupils have at least 4 lessons over the 2 week timetable.

There are also opportunities for GCSE study for those who want gain a qualification in PE 

We also run a sports leader qualification through our 5×60 officer Ffion Jones

 

 Exam Boards

WJEC – www.wjec.co.uk

Examination Series

Year 10 Summer 2015
Year 11 Summer 2014

 

Recent News

Olympic Torch bearers

Denbighshire 5×60 Olympic champions

58% A-C grades  at GCSE

Urdd 5-a-side Championships.

Congratulations to the Year 7 and 8 5-a-side football teams who represented the school in the Urdd  year 8 North Wales 5-a-side championships in the University of Bangor.

Rhyl entered teams at year 7 and 8 and all  teams performed well  The year 8 boys won 2 games but lost two, whilst  year 7 boys competed well but lost all their games but this will give them a good insight into the tournament for next year as they will still be eligible to compete again next year.

The girls were in the competition right till the end and were knocked out by goal difference in both A and B teams.

 

School Cross Country Teams.


Year 8 Rugby

Year 9 Rugby

 

The Winners

Year 10 Rugby

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