Welcome to the PE Department!
The PE department at NUSA offers a wide and varied curriculum, including BTEC Level 2 certificate in Leadership and Sports Coaching in Year 9, and GCSE Sport Science in Years 10 and 11. We also run Sport Leaders programmes for students and encourage students to take the lead and share their knowledge with others.
September 2016 has seen a change in the department's leadership, with Mr Cooke now Head of Department and Miss Rooney becoming Lead Teacher. We are proud of our recent highly successful GCSE and BTEC results and our many extra-curricular achievements. You can find out more about our sporting achievements so far this term in our News stories section.
We run many extracurricular clubs that are open to students, including the popular trampolining, netball, basketball and football clubs, and we have more activities still to look forward to this term, including a Wembley rewards trip, Year 7 sports hall athletics, Year 9 boys and girls handball, Year 8 and 10 girls dodge ball, Year 9 basketball and Year 7 futsal.
We have introduced two new sports this term: urban hockey for KS4 and volleyball for KS3 and GCSE students.
Physical Education News
- Year 7 & 8 football match trip
Trip to watch Manchester United (02/12/2016)
- Year 11 boys football team in 2nd place
A silver medal for NUSA in the Nottinghamshire Schools 5-a-side tournament. (23/11/2016)
- Year 11 girls netball team
City tournament at NUSA. (23/11/2016)
- 3rd place result for Year 10 boys basketball team
Finals at Jesse Boots Wildcats Arena. (23/11/2016)
- Year 10 boys football friendly match with Ellis Guildford
A fantastic start to the season with outstanding team spirit! (23/11/2016)