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Leibeserziehung Sport & Kultur

The Course  

Physical Education (PE) is compulsory for all students in Year 7 to 11. The programme at Key Stage 4 allows students to participate in a wide range of activities. Some modules encourage students to achieve a higher standard of performance and knowledge, as well as the opportunity to take on different officiating roles in various sports. These lead to an enhancement of life skills for example, teamwork, leadership, communication and decision making.   

Students are encouraged to think about their participation in physical activity and lifestyles. The curriculum allows students to develop further knowledge of sports that can be pursued once they have left school. Some examples of these activities and sports covered in core PE lessons include yoga, aerobics, fitness, boxercise, indoor and outdoor games-based activities, badminton, squash, trampolining, tennis, softball and climbing.    


In Key Stage 4, students' attainment and effort is monitored using a colour coded system along with a Learner Profile grade. The data collected from the assessments are used to complete periodic reports each term and an end of year subject report.   

Trips and Opportunities  

Jersey College for Girls has an extensive extracurricular programme which uses facilities in Langford Sports Centre, the astroturf and two outdoor fields. Students are able to develop their skill set, knowledge and understanding further, by attending clubs.   

The extracurricular programme is adapted termly to include a variety of sports throughout the year. An array of sports is covered including netball, hockey, rounders, athletics, badminton, fitness, football, table tennis, squash, trampolining, dance, gymnastics and climbing.    

Students can be selected for teams that compete against local and visiting schools in annual fixtures. Netball, hockey, tennis and swimming fixtures take place against Guernsey Ladies College and sports tours are organised which include, World Schools Games competitions.   

The House sports programme which runs throughout the year and includes Sports Day in the Summer Term, allows students the opportunity to participate further in a variety of sports and in a competitive environment.    

To develop student voice in the department, students can apply for the role of a Sports Ambassador and alongside this, attend leadership courses to enhance theoretical knowledge and practical skills.  


Miss E Carré [email protected]