Mount Anville Secondary School

Physical Education

Second level schools in Ireland are required to provide Physical Education for all students. The Department of Education’s recommended time currently is two hours of Physical Education per week at all levels. In Mount Anville School all students receive two hours of Physical Education across all year groups. Physical Education is compulsory in Mount Anville and is not blocked with any other subject area.

Junior Cycle Physical Education (1st, 2nd & 3rd Years)

The Physical Education programme in Mount Anville at Junior Cycle follows the JCPE Curriculum, broad based approach to a wide range of physical activities, sport movement skills. The Key Skills of the Junior Cycle (Being Literate, Managing Myself, Staying Well, Managing Information and Thinking, Being Numerate, Being Creative, Working with Others and Communicating) are emphasised and embedded in the roll out of Physical Education in Mount Anville Junior Cycle.

Senior Cycle Physical Education (4th, 5th & 6th Years)

The above all follow the Senior Cycle Curriculum guide lines. It encourages the development of physically educated students and the development of students’ autonomy within and beyond school life.

A physically educated person is physically literate. They have acquired culturally normative skills enabling engagement in a variety of physical attributes, which can help them maintain their health and well-being throughout their lives. Students participate regularly in physical activity because they find it enjoyable. They also understand and value physical activity and its contribution to a healthy lifestyle.

The ultimate goal of Physical Education in Mount Anville School is for:

“Students to value engagement in sport and physical activity to the extent that their participation extends across the life span”

(Hattie, Rudsill & Wadsworth, 2013)

We, in Mount Anville will endeavour to make all activities relevant to the ‘real’ lives of students in our school in the belief that this will engage student learning and provide opportunities for students to develop NCCA Key Skills.

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Christmas Holidays
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Return to School
16 Jan -
1st Year Parent Teacher Meeting
News
12-Dec-2019
1st Year Cinema Trip
09-Dec-2019
Many thanks to the best-selling author Brian Gallagher who came to our school library to talk to our 1Y students about his wonderful historical fiction books and creative writing. His latest book 'Resistance' is terrific!
03-Dec-2019
Christmas Examinations Timetable and Examination Guidelines
03-Dec-2019
TY Benefit Evening 2019 Part 2
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Mount Anville Road,
Dublin 14
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