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<ul><li><p>Year 13 BTEC Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport </p><p>The Edexcel Btec Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma in Sport (QCF - 500/6715/5) is a two year course </p><p>equivalent to one GCE A Level. </p><p>Teachers: Mr Scully (mscully@rsacademy.co.uk), Mrs Wilford (Rwilford@rsacademy.co.uk) and Mrs Colman (lcolman@rsacademy.co.uk) </p><p>Course Content The course consists of three mandatory units plus one mandatory specialist unit plus optional units </p><p>that provide for a combined total of 60 credits. </p><p>Mandatory units (covered in Year 12) Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in Sport 5 credits </p><p>Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness 5 credits </p><p>Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport 10 credits </p><p>Mandatory Specialist Units: Unit 7 Fitness testing for Sport and Exercise 10 credits </p><p>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 </p><p>Team sports or Individual sports but the final 20 credits will be based on student interest. </p><p> Fitness Training and Programming Practical Team Sports or Practical Individual Sports Sports Nutrition Current Issues in Sport Leadership in Sport Psychology for Sports Performance </p><p>Assessment </p><p>For each unit students will complete a number of assignments. Each assignment will be graded </p><p>either pass, merit or distinction. The assignments are all coursework based and range from creating </p><p>presentations, booklets, log books, visual aids or undertaking interviews. Students have the </p><p>opportunity to improve their work following an interim submission of work. For each unit students </p><p>will receive an assignment booklet outlining the unit and assignment details. </p><p>To achieve a pass, merit or distinction a learner must have satisfied all the pass, merit or </p><p>distinction assessment criteria. If students achieve a distinction on at least 5 units they can achieve a </p><p>distinction * </p><p>Points per credit: Pass (7), Merit (8) Distinction (9). E.g. a distinction on a 10 credit unit = 90 points. </p><p>Overall Points for the 6 units. </p><p>460-499 Merit M </p><p>500-519 Distinction D </p><p>520 and above Distinction* D* </p></li><li><p>Course Assignment Outline </p><p>Autumn Term 1 (Year 12) Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in sport. Students will complete assignment 1 focusing </p><p>on the skeletal system and assignment 2 which focuses on the muscular system. </p><p>Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will work through assignment 1 which looks at the factors </p><p>influencing health and safety in sport. </p><p>Autumn Term 2 </p><p>Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology in sport. Students will complete assignment 3 </p><p>(respiratory and cardiovascular systems) and assignment 4 on energy systems. </p><p>Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete Assignment 1, and assignment 2 which </p><p>focuses on risk assessment. </p><p>Spring Term 1 </p><p>Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness. Students will complete assignment 1 and 2 looking at the bodys </p><p>response to acute exercise and the Long Term responses to exercise. </p><p>Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete the first task from the safety of participants </p><p>and colleagues in sports environments assignment (Assignment 3) </p><p>Spring Term 2 Unit 2 The Physiology of Fitness. Students will complete assignment 3 an investigation into the </p><p>physiological effects of exercise on the body systems </p><p>Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport. Students will complete the second task from the safety of </p><p>participants and colleagues in sports environments assignment (Assignment 3) </p><p>Summer Term 1 and Summer Term 2 Unit 8 + 9 Practical Team or Individual Sports. Students will complete assignment 1 (Logbook of </p><p>practical sessions), assignment 2 (rules and regulations), assignment 3 (self-analysis) and assignment </p><p>4 (peer-analysis) </p><p>Autumn Term 1 (Year 13) Unit 7 Fitness testing for sport and exercise. Students will complete the fitness testing and health </p><p>screening assignments (assignment 1 and 2) </p><p>Optional Unit (A) Students will work through assignments in their first chosen optional Unit </p><p>Autumn Term 2 Unit 7 Fitness testing for sport and exercise. Students will complete a further fitness testing </p><p>assignment (assignment 3) </p><p>Optional Unit (A) Students will complete the assignments in their first chosen optional Unit </p><p>Spring Term 1 Optional Unit (B) Students will work through assignments in their second chosen optional Unit </p><p>Students will complete any outstanding work from Unit 7 or optional unit A. </p><p>Spring Term 2 </p><p>Optional Unit (B) Students will complete the assignments in their second chosen optional Unit </p><p>Summer Term 1 Students will complete any outstanding assignments. </p></li></ul>

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