Hunters Hill Technology College,Spirehouse Lane,Blackwell,Bromsgrove,Worcestershire,B60 1QD, United Kingdom.
0121 445 1320 Fax : 0121 445 2496 : firstname.lastname@example.org Registered Charity Number : 1091007
Key Stage 3 Students
During key stage 3 pupils start to understand what makes a performance effective and how to apply these principles to their own and others' work. They learn to take the initiative and make decisions for themselves about what to do to improve performance. They start to identify the types of activity they prefer to be involved with, and to take a variety of roles such as leader and official. Students cover a broad range of activities within the following study programmes:
Games, Gymnastics, Swimming, Athletic,
Outdoor and adventurous activities including: Mountain Biking, Climbing, Sailing, Potholing
Year 10 Students
During key stage 4 year 10 students tackle complex and demanding activities applying their knowledge of skills, techniques and effective performance. They decide whether to get involved in physical activity that is mainly focused on competing or performing, promoting health and well-being, or developing personal fitness. They also decide on roles that suit them best including performer, coach, leader and official. The view they have of their skillfulness and physical competence gives them the confidence to get involved in exercise and activity out of school and in later life. Students cover a broad range of activities within the following study programmes:
Games, Gymnastics, Athletics, Outdoor and adventurous activities.
Year 11 Students
In year 11 students cover an alternative range of programmes of study. The aim is to offer our students a wider variety of sports and experiences, which Hunters Hill would not be able to accommodate on site. The programmes of study which the students followed are Golf, Ice Skating, Skiing, Ice Hockey and BMXing. The ethos behind the change is to offer students a sporting experience which they would not normally be subjected to within a school setting. Along with the activities already covered in previous years the aim is to encourage student participation in sport outside of school. Sport and physical exercise should play an important role within a healthy and successful lifestyle.
Extra Curricula Competitive Activities
The PE department run opportunities for students to compete against other schools in Football, Rugby and Cricket. Sports tours also play a significant role within Hunters Hill Technology College. Last the department ran a rugby tour to London and this year students are being given the opportunity to take part in a cricket tour to the Forest of Dean.
Extra Curricula Activities
Lunch time clubs include: Football, Rugby, Gymnastics, Trampolining, Cricket, Table Tennis, Dodge ball
At the end of June 2013, a group of staff and students from Hunters Hill Technology College completed the "3 Peaks Challenge". This extreme challenge was to climb the highest mountains in Scotland (Ben Nevis), England (Scafell Pyke) and wales (Snowdon). The idea was to raise funds for the school through sponsorship.
Pupils are expected to arrive on time and ready to learn.
Pupils are able to borrow any equipment / kit they require.
During lessons, pupils are able to achieve at their own level.
Where: Sports Hall / field / MUGA
Facilities available include a state of the art
sports hall, a brand new Multi Use Games
Area, acres of open green fields and a fitness
The activities covered include rugby, football,
table tennis, badminton, lacrosse, basketball,
athletics, cricket, fitness training, boxing,
dodgeball, mountain biking, uni-hoc
There is an ever expanding programe of fixtures
taking place both on-site and off-site for football
and rugby, whilst further sporting opportunities
are being developed.
Our extensive outdoor education programe covers climbing, skiing, mountain biking, shelter building, canoeing, abseiling, sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, mountain walking, high ropes, low ropes and orienteering