Secondary School Lesson Notes and Scheme of Work

SS3 First Term HPE Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

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SS3 First Term HPE Lesson Note and Scheme of Work

Scheme of Work and Lesson Note for SS3 First Term Health and Physical Education (HPE) from Week 1 to Week 13:


Week 1-2: Introduction to Physical Fitness


Lesson Objective: Introduce students to the importance of physical fitness.


Lecture on the components of physical fitness.

Warm-up exercises.

Group discussions on the benefits of staying physically active.

Week 3-4: Basic Anatomy and Physiology


Lesson Objective: Explore the basics of human anatomy and its relevance to physical activity.


Anatomy and physiology class.

Practical session on identifying major muscle groups.

Team games emphasizing muscle engagement.

Week 5-6: Team Sports – Soccer


Lesson Objective: Teach the rules and techniques of soccer.


Soccer drills focusing on passing, dribbling, and shooting.

Mini soccer matches.

Group discussions on teamwork in sports.

Week 7-8: Individual Sports – Athletics


Lesson Objective: Introduce students to various athletic activities.


Running drills – sprints and relays.

Jumping exercises – long jump and high jump.

Throwing techniques – shot put and javelin.

Week 9-10: Health Education – Nutrition and Wellness


Lesson Objective: Discuss the importance of nutrition and overall wellness.


Nutrition class.

Cooking demonstration of healthy meals.

Group projects on creating a wellness plan.

Week 11: Revision Week


Lesson Objective: Review and reinforce key concepts from previous weeks.


Interactive quizzes.

Group discussions on challenging topics.

Quick recap of practical skills.

Week 12: Examination Week


Lesson Objective: Assess students’ understanding of the term’s content.


Written examination on theory.

Practical assessment of sports skills.

Individual reflection on personal fitness progress.

Week 13: School Dismissal Week


Lesson Objective: Wrap up the term and encourage ongoing physical activity.


Reflection on the term’s activities.

Distribution of progress reports.

Setting personal fitness goals for the upcoming term.

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