GCSE PE League Table – Half Term Review

This guest post was written by Simon Bradbury @PeBrado.

So as mentioned in a previous post, this year I set out to devise a GCSE PE League Table based on the following areas:

Behaviour
Attendance/Punctuality
Kit
Attendance to extra-curricular
Progress
Homework

This has proved a very motivational tool for the students, but also allows me to see why students were at the bottom of the table and to put in some intervention.

Needless to say the student that finished at the top of the table (by 3 points) had 100% attendance to lessons, represented the school in netball and football as well as attending gymnastics club, completed all homework on time, was always in the correct kit and showed exemplary behaviour. There were many more students like this who perhaps did not attend as many extra-curricular clubs as the student that finished top. Praise postcards have been sent home to all students who have achieved over 130 points (the winning student had 150).

However, it is at the other end of the table that I am more interested in as it identifies why the student is at the bottom. The student at the bottom of the table displayed excellent behaviour, handed their homework in on time and was always in kit. However, this student has yet to attend a single after school club and has missed 6 lessons so far in the first 8 weeks of term. In fact 8 out of the bottom 9 students have yet to attend a single extra curricular club and have all missed at least one lesson. These students will get letters sent home to parents stating that they must attend at least one club this half term due to the importance of the practical (60%) to the course pharmacie andorre viagra. I will also be discussing with these students the reasons why they have not yet attended an extra-curricular club.

I used iDoceo to collate all the information and then print the student photos from SIMS to create a league table in my classroom. At the start of each theory lesson I will show the students who was top and how many points they were all on.

I am going to continue running the points system and will keep an overall running total however I will start a new league for this half term. I would be interested to hear if any other PE teachers have used this is something similar with their students and what the response has been.

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