|Faculty Leader||Mr R. Smith|
|Dance Teacher/Specialist||Miss S. Wright|
|Please click here for a full staff list|
Students at Mayfield School receive consistent lessons in both Physical Education and Dance. All students are appropriately challenged and have a real desire to achieve, thus enabling them to make outstanding progress.
By the time pupils leave school they will have developed the skills, techniques and confidence needed to perform a range of physical activities, as well as gaining the knowledge and understanding required to induce a healthy, active lifestyle.
Students will have had opportunities to successfully engage in competitive sports to an appropriate level of performance, which in turn will provide the confidence to enable individuals to participate in sport or dance throughout adulthood.
Mr R. Smith
Sixth Form Football Education Programme in partnership with Leyton Orient FC
From September 2019 Mayfield will be in partnership with Leyton Orient FC to deliver a football education programme for Sixth Form students.
If you are accepted on this programme you will receive 10 hours of coaching or games based activities each week delivered by U.E.F.A qualified coaches from Leyton Orient, whilst also studying either BTEC Sport Level 3 or A-Levels including Physical Education.
You can find out more information in the document below.
Students are assessed through three different tests at the start of Year 7. These tests determine which groups students will be placed into. There are two groups for boys and two groups for girls; all four groups are of mixed ability.
Students have ample opportunity to pursue an interest in PE, Sport and Dance, as shown by our Extra-Curricular Clubs timetable. Mayfield School hold clubs for all ages and abilities, as well as Academy Clubs, which are for squad players only.
As a faculty the P.E department see Extra-Curricular activities as important ways to encourage students to lead a healthy, active lifestyle, whilst also giving opportunities for our talented athletes to excel. Students that reach a higher level of performance have the opportunity to join one of our sports academies, where more advanced training sessions and opportunities to compete against other schools are provided.
Click here to see the following competitions we enter. (link to the Competitions accordian)
Every Monday Mayfield School hosts a free after-school sporting event in which students setup activities for primary school students. This runs weekly from 4.00-5.00pm in the small sports hall. Prizes can be won by those who participate in preparing and assisting the younger primary school children in these activities.
Please follow the link below to view the GCSE Qualification Factsheet.
Edexcel GCSE P.E. from 2009.
60% is assessed through practical ability and 40% is assessed through theory.
You will be assessed in 4 different sports
- Each worth 12%
- Can be in the form of participant, coach or leader
You will also complete coursework analysing performance in a sport of your choice, which is worth a further 12%.
- Rules, regulation and terminology
- Observing and analysing performance
- Evaluating performance
- Plan strategies, tactics and practices
- Personal Exercise Programme
Below is a document showing the exam timetable for P.E.
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Pupils at Mayfield School compete in various sporting competitions throughout the year. Please see below for the following competitions.
|Football||National Cup | Essex Cup | Redbridge Cup | Redbridge League|
|Basketball||National Conference Cup | Redbridge Cup | Redbridge League|
|Cricket||London Cup | Essex Cup | Redbridge Cup | Redbridge League|
|Netball||Redbridge Cup | Redbridge League|
|Rounders||Redbridge Cup | Redbridge League|
We also have other teams that compete in local and regional competitions, which include Handball, Badminton and Athletics.
Sports Fixtures Results
There were some excellent performances during the 2016 Redbridge District Athletics competition. The year 8 boys team finished 2nd place overall, just 4 points behind winners King Solomon.
Individual achievements are listed below;
Year 7 boys
Mario Dobrescu – 1st in Javelin and 1st in 200m
Sergio Cerneavschi – 3rd in Long Jump
Year 8 boys
Ilyas Vaseem – 2nd in 100m
Devarne Cuffy 1st in 300m
Mohammed Zubair – 1st in Javelin
Blessing Ekofo – 2nd in 800m
Alex Davidson – 3rd in Javelin
Year 8 girls
Sharon Orazulike – 2nd in Hurdles
Pirez Morris – 3rd in Hurdles
Ayo Olanigan Lawson – 1st in Triple Jump
Daniel Wheeler – 1st in High Jump and 400m
Gemima Eshimu – 1st in High Jump, 2nd in 800m
Mario Dobrescu also represented Redbridge at the Essex Athletics Championships, coming 3rd place in the 200m which is a fantastic achievement.
It was a successful season for our much improving basketball teams. The year 10 basketball team finished runners up in the Redbridge Cup and the year 9 basketball team won their Redbridge Cup competition. Mayfield has been entered into the Under 16 national conference cup this year so look out for upcoming fixtures.
Cricket season has begun and Mayfield School is participating by competing with local Schools in upcoming matches. Please follow the link to see the 2016 Cricket Fixtures for Mayfield School.
Wednesday, 28th September 2016 was one of the first Football matches of the new academic year for our School’s Football team’s. The above images are from the Mayfield vs. Brentwood County match, to which we lost 4-0.
Follow the link to see our Football Fixtures, 2016-2017
Year 10 Girls: Redbridge B League winners, 2016.
Every Monday Mayfield School hosts a free after-school sporting event in which students setup activities for primary school students. This runs weekly from 4-5pm in the small sports hall. Prizes can be won by those who participate in preparing and assisting the younger primary school children in these activities.