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Course Outline

Sport Science 3



In Physical Education this year you will be working towards gaining 21 credits for the National Certificate of Educational Achievement. This one year course is entirely internally assessed; there are no external exams at the end of the year. Each achievement standard is assessed by either a written test, practical physical test or a combination of both. In this course you can gain 21 credits towards your Level three National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA). Each individual achievement standard has an individual weighting/credit number. Once your work has been assessed you will be awarded one of the following grades: Not Achieved (NA), Achieved (A), Achieved with Merit (M), or Achieved with Excellence (E). The grade you achieve is determined by the quality of your work as measured against national standards.

Achievement Objectives

The Achievement Objectives from the New Zealand Curriculum.

Personal health and physical development – A

Plan, implement, and evaluate a physical activity programme and examine factors used to justify physical activity as a means of enhancing well-being.

Movement concepts and motor skills – B

Apply relevant scientific, technological, and environmental knowledge and use appropriate resources to improve performance in a specialised physical activity


Course Materials

  • Access to a weight room
  • Access to a computer

Tracking Progress

Standard Number: US 22265

Standard Title: Demonstrate knowledge of exercise prescription

Credits Achieved: 7

Semester Completed: 1

Standard Number: AS 91501

Standard Title: Demonstrate quality performance of a physical activity in a applied setting

Credits Achieved: 4

Semester Completed: 1 & Semester 2 (2nd Opportunity)

Standard Number: US 22266

Standard Title: Demonstrate knowledge of exercise physiology and human anatomy

Credits Achieved: 10

Semester Completed: 2