This course requires 2 options.
Athlete Development - Level 1
Teacher in Charge: G. Marshall
The Athlete Development Programme is for students who may already be performing at a high level in their chosen sport(s). They will continue on with their Athlete Development Programme which have been set up to run from year 9 -13. This programme has an emphasis on building a foundation for our first teams.
• Experiencing sport and its effect on well-being.
• Social responsibility through physical activity.
• Learning physical skills and what influences them.
• Knowledge of body structure and function.
ADP1, ADP2 and ADP3 have a theory and practical content for qualification purposes.
You may not study HPE1, PHE2 or PHE3 in conjunction with ADP1, ADP2 and ADP3.
Students are introduced to the requirements of the 1.1 Standard - Actively participate in physical activities and explain factors that influenced participation. This sees the start of an inter-class tournament that runs for the year across a range of different sports. Students spend the majority of the term doing resistance training in the weights room (2 sessions per week), whilst demonstrating self-management as part of the 1.9 standard.
Students continue 2 sessions of weights training per week. They also develop their Functional Anatomy (1.2) knowledge in (and out of) the classroom, which culminates in an assessment where students choose a sporting movement to analyse and apply aspects of Anatomy, Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology to this.
Students analyse a new sporting skill (traditionally Ten Pin Bowling) and explore strategies to improve performance - with the idea being they can take these strategies and apply them to their sports. Students also finish completing the theory component of the 1.1 standard and gather data to support their grade for "A Quality Performance" (1.3), where students are assessed in a selected sport against set criteria.
Contributions and Equipment/Stationery
Open Entry - 10ADP preferred
Total Credits Available: 19 credits.
Internally Assessed Credits: 19 credits.
It is the policy of Tauranga Boys’ College to have school-wide policies that inform parents and students of the criteria for administering all Assessments for National Qualifications.