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  • Year 13 BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport

    The Edexcel Btec Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport (QCF - 500/6715/5) is a two year course

    equivalent to one GCE A Level.

    Teachers: Mr Scully (mscully@rsacademy.co.uk), Mrs Wilford (Rwilford@rsacademy.co.uk) and Mrs Colman (lcolman@rsacademy.co.uk)

    Course Content The course consists of three mandatory units plus one mandatory specialist unit plus optional units

    that provide for a combined total of 60 credits.

    Mandatory units (covered in Year 12) Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport 5 credits

    Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness 5 credits

    Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport 10 credits

    Mandatory Specialist Units: Unit 7 Fitness testing for Sport and Exercise 10 credits

    Optional Units A further 30 credits required made up from a choice of units (some examples are shown below) all optional units are each worth 10 credits. All students will undertake Practical

    Team sports or Individual sports but the final 20 credits will be based on student interest.

    Fitness Training and Programming Practical Team Sports or Practical Individual Sports Sports Nutrition Current Issues in Sport Leadership in Sport Psychology for Sports Performance

    Assessment

    For each unit students will complete a number of assignments. Each assignment will be graded

    either pass, merit or distinction. The assignments are all coursework based and range from creating

    presentations, booklets, log books, visual aids or undertaking interviews. Students have the

    opportunity to improve their work following an interim submission of work. For each unit students

    will receive an assignment booklet outlining the unit and assignment details.

    To achieve a pass, merit or distinction a learner must have satisfied all the pass, merit or

    distinction assessment criteria. If students achieve a distinction on at least 5 units they can achieve a

    distinction *

    Points per credit: Pass (7), Merit (8) Distinction (9). E.g. a distinction on a 10 credit unit = 90 points.

    Overall Points for the 6 units.

    460-499 Merit M

    500-519 Distinction D

    520 and above Distinction* D*

  • Course Assignment Outline

    Autumn Term 1 (Year 12) Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in sport. Students will complete assignment 1 focusing

    on the skeletal system and assignment 2 which focuses on the muscular system.

    Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will work through assignment 1 which looks at the factors

    influencing health and safety in sport.

    Autumn Term 2

    Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in sport. Students will complete assignment 3

    (respiratory and cardiovascular systems) and assignment 4 on energy systems.

    Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete Assignment 1, and assignment 2 which

    focuses on risk assessment.

    Spring Term 1

    Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness. Students will complete assignment 1 and 2 looking at the bodys

    response to acute exercise and the Long Term responses to exercise.

    Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete the first task from the safety of participants

    and colleagues in sports environments assignment (Assignment 3)

    Spring Term 2 Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness. Students will complete assignment 3 an investigation into the

    physiological effects of exercise on the body systems

    Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete the second task from the safety of

    participants and colleagues in sports environments assignment (Assignment 3)

    Summer Term 1 and Summer Term 2 Unit 8 + 9 Practical Team or Individual Sports. Students will complete assignment 1 (Logbook of

    practical sessions), assignment 2 (rules and regulations), assignment 3 (self-analysis) and assignment

    4 (peer-analysis)

    Autumn Term 1 (Year 13) Unit 7 Fitness testing for sport and exercise. Students will complete the fitness testing and health

    screening assignments (assignment 1 and 2)

    Optional Unit (A) Students will work through assignments in their first chosen optional Unit

    Autumn Term 2 Unit 7 Fitness testing for sport and exercise. Students will complete a further fitness testing

    assignment (assignment 3)

    Optional Unit (A) Students will complete the assignments in their first chosen optional Unit

    Spring Term 1 Optional Unit (B) Students will work through assignments in their second chosen optional Unit

    Students will complete any outstanding work from Unit 7 or optional unit A.

    Spring Term 2

    Optional Unit (B) Students will complete the assignments in their second chosen optional Unit

    Summer Term 1 Students will complete any outstanding assignments.

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