ABOUT THIS COURSE

This NEW course is aimed at all teachers of Pearson Edexcel GCSE PE who are preparing students for both the PEP and the Practical Performance. The courses on all aspects of Non Examined Assessment, from how, when and where to fit the PEP into Key Stage 4 examination PE to how to organise the moderation day and ways to use the progressive drills to maximise the potential of your students.

Led by an experienced examiner for Pearson Edexcel GCSE PE, the course will give assurance on accurate assessment as well as a look at where the most prevalent mistakes and errors are made together with approaches and techniques to help your students achieve their best grades.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Gain a greater understanding of applying the markscheme accurately for both the PEP and practical
  • Learn about common mistakes and errors made
  • How to utilise notational analysis effectively within the PEP
  • How, when and where to fit the PEP into KS4 GCSE time
  • How to organise moderation day
  • The pros and cons of videoing and how to do it right
  • The use of progressive drills to maximise the potential of students achieving higher grades
COURSE DATE Online | Monday 01 March 2021
WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
  • Heads of PE
  • Teachers of Pearson Edexcel GCSE PE
  • New Pearson Edexcel Centres
COURSE CODE 7879
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
INCLUDED
  • A specially prepared folder of 50+ pages full of detailed notes, practical advice and guidance
  • Notes prepared by the educational experts leading the course
  • Expert produced PowerPoint presentations
  • CPD Certificate of attendance

 

10.00 – 10.30am
The PEP

  • An overview of the PEP
  • Aim
  • Planning and monitoring
  • Analysis and evaluation
  • How, when and where to fit the PEP into GCSE time
  • How to allow the PEP to be student led

10.30 – 11.20am
How to Support Students in completing the PEP

  • The importance of a correct initial aim.
  • How to utilise notational analysis effectively within the PEP
  • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • What is the difference between good and very good, moving work up to markbands 4 & 5
  • Effective use of the wordcount

11.20 – 11.40am
Discussion: coffee break


11.40 – 12.40pm
Accurately Assessing the PEP

  • Understanding and applying the mark scheme and assessment criteria accurately
  • Internal standardisation
  • Use of markgrids and annotating work to justify marks awarded
  • Explore examples of PEP, responses, commentaries, how to reach an accurate judgement

12.40 – 1.40pm
Lunch and informal discussion


1.40 – 2.40pm
The Practical

  • The moderation process for the practical – from initial contact to receiving the E9 in August
  • How to organise moderation day
  • Understanding the PE2MS
  • How the sample is selected
  • The day itself

2.40 – 3.30pm
The Practical –  video footage, drills, successful Moderations

  • The pros and cons of videoing and how to do it right
  • Using progressive drills to maximise the potential of students achieving higher grades
  • Viewing video footage from an actual moderation day to look at strengths and weaknesses of footage and drills used

Tony Corcoran

Tony is a Senior Moderator and Examiner at both A level and GCSE levels including on the PEP and Paper 2. An experienced teacher of PE and Head of Faculty, he is the creator and founder of ‘GCSE Simplified’ bespoke hand produced GCSE/Level 2 revision guides, tailor made to the specification of all the leading exam boards, including Edexcel. These guides have sold more than 20,000 copies since October 2018.  He has been one of the lead trainers for a leading exam board GCSE PE for the past 5 years delivering the ‘Getting Ready to Teach’ new specification course and Components 3 (practical) and 4 (PEP) over the past years across the UK and internationally.  He has just returned from the FOBISIA Heads of PE meeting in Vietnam, where he delivered a series of workshops specifically tailored to Pearson Edexcel.