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A GUIDE TO BTEC SPORT 2012-2013 EXTENDED CERTIFICATE / DIPLOMA STUDENT HANDBOOK COURSE EXPECTATIONS, STRUCTURE, UNITS AND ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES BRISTOL.

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1 A GUIDE TO BTEC SPORT EXTENDED CERTIFICATE / DIPLOMA STUDENT HANDBOOK COURSE EXPECTATIONS, STRUCTURE, UNITS AND ASSESSMENT PROCEDURES BRISTOL METROPOLITAN ACADEMY

2 A GUIDE TO BTEC FIRST EXTENDED CERTIFICATE / DIPLOMA IN SPORT EXTENDED CERTIFICATE / DIPLOMA IN SPORT COURSE AIMS AND INTRODUCTION The BTEC First in Sport courses will give students the opportunity to achieve a nationally recognised vocational qualification with a focus on sport and the leisure industry The Extended Certificate course will be taught through 180 guided learning hours and the Diploma course will be taught through 360 guided learning hours – successful completion of course can be used to progress on to more advanced qualifications such as BTEC level 3 Students will have opportunities to develop a range of skills, techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for the world of work Students will have opportunities to develop a range of skills, techniques, personal qualities and attitudes essential for the world of work_____________________________________________________ ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Students must have a proven interest in physical education and sport and a commitment to develop sports leadership and organisational skills Students must have a proven interest in physical education and sport and a commitment to develop sports leadership and organisational skills It is not necessary to be a high performer in individual sports as the course is appropriate for all abilities It is not necessary to be a high performer in individual sports as the course is appropriate for all abilities Qualities such as Leadership, Self discipline, commitment, responsibility, organisation team work and high standards will be expected and developed throughout the course Qualities such as Leadership, Self discipline, commitment, responsibility, organisation team work and high standards will be expected and developed throughout the course______________________________________________________

3 EDEXCEL Level 2 BTEC EXTENDED CERTIFICATE IN SPORT Course Content: Students will study 5 Units of study to gain 30 credits Unit 1 : FITNESS TESTING AND TRAINING: - This unit explores the basic requirements needed to be able to perform at the highest level such as what is fitness and how we test it This unit explores the basic requirements needed to be able to perform at the highest level such as what is fitness and how we test it How lifestyle affects performance How lifestyle affects performance How psychological factors affect performance How psychological factors affect performance______________________________________________ Unit 2 : PRACTICAL SPORT This unit focuses on developing and improving the students own practical sports performance. Students will study up to 6 different sports in blocks of approximately eight weeks with a focus on: This unit focuses on developing and improving the students own practical sports performance. Students will study up to 6 different sports in blocks of approximately eight weeks with a focus on: Rules, regulations, scoring systems Rules, regulations, scoring systems Demonstrating ranges of skills, techniques/tactics Demonstrating ranges of skills, techniques/tactics Understanding roles and responsibilities of officials, coaching referees, scorers, timekeepers etc. Understanding roles and responsibilities of officials, coaching referees, scorers, timekeepers etc. Develop ability to analyse own/others performance as well as suggesting how to improve. Develop ability to analyse own/others performance as well as suggesting how to improve. Assignments have to completed for both an individual Sport and a Team Sport Assignments have to completed for both an individual Sport and a Team Sport____________________________________________________

4 Unit 4 : ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR SPORT This unit explores basic anatomy and physiology including: The skeletal system The skeletal system The muscular system The muscular system The cardio-respiratory system and how they affect performance The cardio-respiratory system and how they affect performance__________________________________________ Unit 11 : DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONAL FITNESS This unit enables learners to plan, do and evaluate a personal fitness programme and includes Identifying areas of fitness you need to improve Identifying areas of fitness you need to improve Planning a fitness programme Planning a fitness programme Implementing the programme Implementing the programme Evaluating the programme Evaluating the programme__________________________________________ Unit 18 : EFFECTS OF EXERCISE ON THE BODY SYSTEMS : This unit is designed to enable learners to explore the effects of exercise on the human body by participating in a range of practical experiments and activities The effects of exercise on the body systems The effects of exercise on the body systems How the energy systems work How the energy systems work__________________________________________

5 EDEXCEL LEVEL 2 BTEC DIPLOMA IN SPORT Students who have studied the areas of study covered by in the extended certificate course will have the opportunity of continuing their BTEC Studies to DIPLOMA LEVEL by studying a further 3 units to meet Course requirements of 60 credits Diploma Units of Study Unit 1 : Fitness Testing and Training Unit 2 : Practical Sport Unit 4 : Anatomy and Physiology Unit 11 : Development of Personal Fitness Unit 18 : Effects of Exercise on the Body PLUS Unit 2: Health, Safety and Injury in Sport This unit focuses on developing an understanding of Health and Safety issues including : This unit focuses on developing an understanding of Health and Safety issues including : Risk Assessment and how to ensure all activities are safe Risk Assessment and how to ensure all activities are safe Demonstrating an understanding of Sports Injuries and causes Demonstrating an understanding of Sports Injuries and causes Demonstrating the knowledge and ability to treat a variety of injuries Demonstrating the knowledge and ability to treat a variety of injuries_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit 5 : Planning and Leading Sports Activities This Unit focuses on developing the ability to plan, lead and review your sports activities and also un derstand how to plan, organise and run sports events This Unit focuses on developing the ability to plan, lead and review your sports activities and also un derstand how to plan, organise and run sports events____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Unit14: Instructing Exercise and Fitness This Unit focuses on developing the ability to plan, lead and review fitness sessions for different clients needs This Unit focuses on developing the ability to plan, lead and review fitness sessions for different clients needs__________________________________________________________________

6 ASSIGNMENTS Each unit has a VOCATIONAL SCENARIO which the assignment tasks Each unit has a VOCATIONAL SCENARIO which the assignment tasks are focused on Assignments have been broken down into a series of tasks which give students the opportunity to be assessed as a Pass, Merit or Distinction – Assignments have been broken down into a series of tasks which give students the opportunity to be assessed as a Pass, Merit or Distinction – Failure to meet standards will be assessed as a Referral and returned to student with appropriate feedback designed to meet standards Failure to meet standards will be assessed as a Referral and returned to student with appropriate feedback designed to meet standards There is no final exam - all work will be completed through the course and be assessed by your teacher to ensure it meets required standards The course is student centred – you will learn through your own investigation and research – the teacher is a learning resource, offering advice and guidance as to how to approach your work The vocational nature of the course allows assessment to be met in a variety of ways including Keeping a diary / Booklet Keeping a diary / Booklet Producing posters, Power Points / leaflets Producing posters, Power Points / leaflets Producing written news reports and / or Video presentations Producing written news reports and / or Video presentations Leading a class presentation / talk Leading a class presentation / talk Videoed interviews Videoed interviews Not all assessment requires written work, some assessment tasks can also be made through discussion and teacher student feedback – this type of assessment will require supporting documentation such as witness statements ____________________

7 ASSESSMENT Assignments will be given at the beginning of each new unit with set deadlines Assignments will be given at the beginning of each new unit with set deadlines A record of progress will be kept by staff on all students work detailing all task assignments in terms of Referral, Pass, Merit and Distinction – A record of progress will be kept by staff on all students work detailing all task assignments in terms of Referral, Pass, Merit and Distinction – Failure to meet attainment level will result in feedback to student through interim feedback forms and opportunity to resubmit the work Failure to meet attainment level will result in feedback to student through interim feedback forms and opportunity to resubmit the work This work will be marked by your class teacher and then internally verified by our staff and an external Exam board Verifier will then moderate the work to ensure your work meets national standard requirements This work will be marked by your class teacher and then internally verified by our staff and an external Exam board Verifier will then moderate the work to ensure your work meets national standard requirements Successful completion of the certificate course is the equivalent of gaining 2 C grades at GCSE Successful completion of the certificate course is the equivalent of gaining 2 C grades at GCSE Successful completion of the Diploma course is the equivalent of gaining 4 C grades at GCSE Successful completion of the Diploma course is the equivalent of gaining 4 C grades at GCSE_____________________________________________________________________EXPECTATIONS There are theory and practical components of the course and Students are expected to take responsibility for their own learning and complete tasks both at home and at school They are also expected to bring kit for the practical components as this is a compulsory part of the course and participation is integral to passing the course

8 GRADING The level of attainment will be marked individually for each unit of the course in line with BTEC expectations – the grades are Distinction (18 points) Distinction (18 points) Merit (12 points) Merit (12 points) Pass (6 points) Pass (6 points) An overall grade is awarded based on the performance in each unit points (overall PASS (2 GCSE`S at C grade) points (overall PASS (2 GCSE`S at C grade) 30 – 41 points (overall MERIT 2 GCSE at B Grade) 30 – 41 points (overall MERIT 2 GCSE at B Grade) 42 – 53 points overall DISTICTION 2 GCSEs at A grade 42 – 53 points overall DISTICTION 2 GCSEs at A grade 54 points DISTINCTION * (2 GCSE`s at A * grade) 54 points DISTINCTION * (2 GCSE`s at A * grade) If you do not achieve a Pass grade your work will be graded as a Referral and must be resubmitted after the unsatisfactory / incomplete work has been redone (You will receive teacher feedback as to exactly what is needed) _______________________________________________

9 DEADLINES - SUBMISSION OF WORK Each assignment will have a submission date – you will be given a minimum of 4 weeks to plan research and present your assignment Each assignment will have a submission date – you will be given a minimum of 4 weeks to plan research and present your assignment If you have a genuine reason why you cannot submit your work by the deadline you will need a written parental explanation outlining why the deadline could not be met - Depending on reasons an extension might be extended If you have a genuine reason why you cannot submit your work by the deadline you will need a written parental explanation outlining why the deadline could not be met - Depending on reasons an extension might be extended Students will need to be organised to ensure meeting deadlines Students will need to be organised to ensure meeting deadlines All non written tasks i.e. class presentation, question and answer sessions, practical Attainment in some areas i.e. coaching etc need to have fully completed observation and / or Witness sheets completed by the teacher to provide appropriate evidence that the units requirements have been met All non written tasks i.e. class presentation, question and answer sessions, practical Attainment in some areas i.e. coaching etc need to have fully completed observation and / or Witness sheets completed by the teacher to provide appropriate evidence that the units requirements have been met_____________________________________________________PLAGIARISM In the event of you copying work word for word from books etc and/ or submitting the work of another student the following procedure will take place In the event of you copying work word for word from books etc and/ or submitting the work of another student the following procedure will take place You will be required to sign a front page to your assignments stating that this is your own work You will be required to sign a front page to your assignments stating that this is your own work You will be given a written warning as to ensuring you produce your own work and your assignment will be classified as a referral and have to be resubmitted by a given deadline You will be given a written warning as to ensuring you produce your own work and your assignment will be classified as a referral and have to be resubmitted by a given deadline If there are further examples of copying others work – you will be withdrawn from the course If there are further examples of copying others work – you will be withdrawn from the course_____________________________________________________

10 YOU NEED TO KNOW REMEMBER The BTEC FIRST EXTENDED CERTIFICATE in Sport is a Double award Equivalent to 2 GCSE`s at C grade or Above to 2 GCSE`s at C grade or Above The BTEC FIRST DIPLOMA in Sport is a Equivalent to 4 GCSE`s at C grade or Above _____________________________________________REMEMBER All tasks in all Units have to meet the required Pass standard All tasks in all Units have to meet the required Pass standard If some units are not completed or do not meet standards you will not If some units are not completed or do not meet standards you will not pass the course pass the course______________________________________________REMEMBER Your teacher is there to help you and guide through the whole process They want you to pass – so ask as many questions as you want to make sure you know exactly what you need to know _____________________________________________

11 THE ASSESSMENT PROCESS Each unit has an Assignment broken down into separate tasks that students have to answer – each task asks a question directly related to the grading criteria – indicated by letters such as P1, M4, D3 To gain a pass you have to achieve passes in all components of the course – similarly to achieve a merit you have to achieve a pass and a merit in all sections of the course ____________________________________________ The teacher will be keeping a record of all assessments through TRACKING RECORD SHEET which will ensure that all the assessment processes, inc interim feedback, Final assessment, Internal / external verification have been met TRACKING RECORD SHEET which will ensure that all the assessment processes, inc interim feedback, Final assessment, Internal / external verification have been met CRITERIA RECORD SHEET which will record attainment in each assignment CRITERIA RECORD SHEET which will record attainment in each assignment FINAL OVERAL RECORD – indicating what levels you have achieved in all assignments of the course - The student will check through this at the end of the course and will sign to accept the level of grade indicated – if areas of work are missing opportunities to catch up will be given in designated catch up time FINAL OVERAL RECORD – indicating what levels you have achieved in all assignments of the course - The student will check through this at the end of the course and will sign to accept the level of grade indicated – if areas of work are missing opportunities to catch up will be given in designated catch up time__________________________________________________

12 RECORDING ASSESSMENT 1. Front copy of unit : All assignment task will be submitted with a standard Front page indicating dates of deadlines so you know when you have to finish your work – 2. Interim feedback sheet – The front page will incorporate your interim feedback sheet 2 weeks before the final submission deadline before – this will tell you if your work is satisfactory or whether you have to do some more work – You will be advised as to what you need to do to pass and you will be given more time to complete the work 3. Observation Sheet and Witness Sheets: Some tasks can only be assessed by the teacher observing you i.e. Practical work and do not require written evidence – in these cases the teacher must fill in an observation / witness form indicating how you meet the grading criteria 4. Final Assessment Sheets: These will give students a final grading indicating what level of attainment they have Throughout this process there are 2 way interactions between student and teacher Internal verification Sheet: Your completed and marked work will be internally checked by another teacher to ensure that you have achieved the correct level Internal verification Sheet: Your completed and marked work will be internally checked by another teacher to ensure that you have achieved the correct level External Verification: To ensure that the grades given are correct – work is sent off to an external verifier who will check the work and ensure that the school is marking the work properly and ensuring you get the grade you deserve External Verification: To ensure that the grades given are correct – work is sent off to an external verifier who will check the work and ensure that the school is marking the work properly and ensuring you get the grade you deserve Appeals Process: If you are not happy with the grade you have been given there is an appeals process that you can go through – Discuss with your teacher if you feel there is an issue to follow up Appeals Process: If you are not happy with the grade you have been given there is an appeals process that you can go through – Discuss with your teacher if you feel there is an issue to follow up______________________________________________________________

13 THE ASSIGNMENTS Certificate Assignment Briefs Unit 1: The Body in Sport (Core) Unit 1: The Body in Sport (Core) Unit 4: Anatomy and Physiology for Sport Unit 4: Anatomy and Physiology for Sport Unit 2: Practical Sport Unit 2: Practical Sport______________________________________________________ Diploma Assignment Briefs Unit 1: The Body in Sport (Core) Unit 1: The Body in Sport (Core) Unit 4: Anatomy and Physiology for Sport Unit 4: Anatomy and Physiology for Sport Unit 2: Practical Sport Unit 2: Practical Sport Unit 11: Development of Personal Fitness Unit 11: Development of Personal Fitness Unit 18: Effects of Exercise on the Body Unit 18: Effects of Exercise on the Body______________________________________

14 BRISTOL METROPOLITAN ACADEMY BTEC BADMINTON TOURNAMENT As part of the BTEC SPORT course students had to take on the role of newspaper reporter for a local paper and report on our Badminton Tournament Students were seeded and the competition held on Thursday 17 th September 2009 BRISTOL METROPOLITAN ACADEMY --- BADMINTON CHAMPION Aarron Betteridge, pre tournament favourite and the number 1 seed held on through some very close matches to become our new Badminton Champion - Aaron displaying the athleticism he showed last year in winning the Yr 10 Athletics pentathlon competition beat surprise finalist Abdi Gure ( no 13 seed ) in a very competitive final 11-15, 15-11, 15,13

15 RUNNER UP ABDI GURE Abdi had a fantastic tournament coming from 13 th seed to reach the final beating Aidrous Ali in the semi final

16 BRISTOL METROPOLITAN ACADEMY BTEC BADMINTON TOURNAMENT PLATE CHAMPION -- ZAKARIA SHIDE All competitors knocked out before the semi finals were reseeded and entered into the plate competition All competitors knocked out before the semi finals were reseeded and entered into the plate competition Zakarai Shide playing with great determination came through from 5 th seed to beat No 1 seed Adam Silverthorne in the final

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19 BRISTOL METROPOLITAN ACADEMY BTEC FOOTBALL FINAL KANE WILLIAMS ALL STARZ V LEWIS PARKERS BLUES REDS LEFT FEELING BLUE All Stars Champs

20 StrengthsWeaknesses Red Team Reds strengths was communication up front was their strengths and high skill level upfront and in the midfield. Their weaknesses was they kept drifting offside and the keeper stayed on his line. Blue Team Blues passing was very good and accurate and had a lot of pace all around, and they could finish when given a chance. However their weaknesses are their centre-backs who kept kicking the ball long and not passing enough. Blues Celebrate An 8-6 Victory


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