PE & Sport


PE Newsletter 2016


Available Courses:

AS and A Level

This subject will suit you if:

  • You have a passion for Sport.
  • You are Interested in the Science, Psychology, Current and Historical Issues associated with Sport.
  • You have willingness to participate enthusiastically in a wide range of Sports.
  • You have good level of practical ability.

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National Diploma in Sport

This subject will suit you if:

  • You have a passion for Sport.
  • You are interested in coaching and working with children.
  • You are interested in how Sport is affected by science, society, and the media.
  • You are looking to enter Higher Education or a career related to Sport, Physical Education or Sport Science.

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Success Story – Kevin Sinfield

Kevin is now Captain of England and Leeds Rhinos and is holder of the 2012 Golden Boot. He says of OSFC “It has an excellent environment which encourages success and the facilities are great. The staff were fantastic in supporting me while juggling my college work and my commitments to rugby which really helped me achieve good results.
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PE, Maths, Physics, General Studies

After OSFC:

Part-time student at Leeds Metropolitan University studying Sport and Exercise Science and professional rugby player at Leeds Rhinos

Why I chose this subject…

I came to OSFC because it has really good results and a great reputation. Everyone is really friendly and your tutors are always helping you and giving advice.
Also, events in College such as Charity Red Nose Day, Pink Day and the Olympathon in PE are great fun to be a part of.Kevin Sinfield

Additional Activities:

  • Forensic Psychology Conference
  • 26 hour Olympathon charity fundraiser
  • Outdoor pursuits trip to the Lake District
  • Duke of Edinburgh Award
  • Skiing/snowboarding trip
  • National Sports Week
  • Climbing and snowboarding courses


Popular Combinations:

These subjects combine well with each other, but you can also choose to study one alongside a variety of A Levels from a range of disciplines.

Popular choices include:

Possible Progression:

At Level 3, these subjects can lead to a wide range of HE courses and careers.

Students can progress to Degree or Diploma courses in areas such as Nursing, Social Work, Counselling, Occupational Therapy, Teaching, Clinical or Educational Psychology, Management, HR or Journalism.

The Level 2 course is an excellent foundation for the Level 3 course and for entry into a range of Health and Social care careers.


Results 2016

Topic Pass Rate %
Physical Education 100
Sport (OCR) 100