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Woodbridge High School

Woodbridge High School

Physical Education

Physical education is a great way to experience new activities, have fun and get active. The curriculum at Woodbridge is designed to allow students to have a go at lots of new activities and improve their skills in more familiar sports.

Activities offered through the years at Woodbridge are:

Athletics Dodgeball Netball
Badminton Fitness OAA
Basketball Flag Football Parkour
Boxercise Football Rugby
Capture The Flag Futsal Table Tennis
Cricket Gymnastics Ultimate Frisbee
Dance Handball  


We also offer a range of extra-curricular activities:

Athletics Dance Netball
Badminton Dodgeball Rugby
Basketball Fitness Swimming Galas
Cricket Football Table Tennis
Cross Country Indoor Athletics  

Kit Expectations

All students are expected to wear PE Kit for lessons. This includes any non-participants.
Click HERE for further information on the Woodbridge PE Kit. Please note that the t-shirt and tracksuit top are to be purchased from  SchoolSports4U

 Required PE Kit for Years 7, 8 and 9

  • White T-Shirt with school badge
  • Black quarter zip tracksuit top with school badge
  • Black shorts or black track bottoms or black skort
  • White sports socks
  • White long socks
  • Shin pads
  • Mouth guard
  • Trainers
  • Optional Items: boots (mould or studs), base layer, winter hat, gloves

Required PE Kit for Years 10 and 11

  • White T-Shirt with school badge
  • Black quarter zip tracksuit top with school badge
  • Black shorts or black track bottoms or black skort
  • White sports socks
  • Trainers
  • Optional Items: Boots (mould or studs), base layer, winter hat, gloves


In KS3 students develop knowledge, tactics and skills in a range of sporting related activities. As a department we look to build upon the fundamental movement skills developed in primary school. We do this through a range of invasion games, aesthetic activities and racket sports. Additionally, in the summer term we provide students with the chance to learn and play in striking and fielding activities as well as athletics. All KS3 students have two hours of PE a week.


In years 10 and 11 students engage in physical activity to help create lifelong healthy habits. Students are given the autonomy to pick and choose the sports/activities they take part in, through a pathways system that they will select at the end of year 9 and year 10. Staff provide guidance and structure to these lessons while allowing students the opportunity to independently lead, officiate and manage their activity.

At Woodbridge, we offer a range of examination courses in Physical Education to suit our wide variety of students.


The course explores a range of areas including how exercise affects the body, participation in sport, healthy active lifestyles and analysis of performance.

Students sit two exams, write one piece of coursework and are assessed in 3 sporting activities.

Cambridge National

The Cambridge National in Sport and Physical Activity qualification provides students with the opportunity to develop knowledge, understanding and skills of the essentials of sport. There is a blend of coursework and exam assessment offering students the chance to demonstrate a variety of learned skills.


At Key Stage 5 we offer two options in PE. The Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity and the traditional PE A Level (AS and A2).


A level PE gives our students the chance to study the subject in depth. The course provides opportunities to understand and learn about the socio-cultural and scientific elements of sport. A Level PE links well with, Psychology, Biology and Sociology.

Cambridge Technical in Sport and Physical Activity

We offer single, double and triple Cambridge Technical qualifications in Sport and Physical Activity. Students study a range of units ranging from anatomy and physiology to business and sport. Some units are coursework based, others examined.

KS5 PE Kit

Please click HERE for the PE kit.

GCSE/CNAT KitSports Team Kit

Please click HERE to order items for students studying GCSE, A-level, CTEC and CNAT.