PE Graduate Award

PE Graduate Award

This part of the website contains the syllabus for the Bricknell Primary School PE Graduate Award.

You will need to study all the information presented here.

Staff will help you develop the study skills you need in order to memorize, retain and recall this information.

Once you are confident you can recall this syllabus tell your teacher and they will give you your undergraduate test.

Once you have passed you will receive a badge and be known as a Bricknell PE Graduate!

PE Graduate Award

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Learning resources

Example Questions

  • When was Jessica Ennis-Hill born?

  • What city is Luke Campbell from?

  • Name a club Dean Windass played for?

  • What year did Luke Campbell first win Olympic gold?

  • What is Jessica Ennis-Hill’s job?

  • What year was Luke Campbell awarded an MBE?

  • Why was Jessica Ennis-Hill made a Dame (DBE) in 2017?

  • Name one of the jobs Dean Windass did before he was a footballer?

  • What colour were the post boxes on Hessle Road painted after the 2012 Olympic games?

  • What year did Jessica Ennis-Hill retire?

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Pupils who wish to become Graduates in the available study topics can elect to study at home and in school during their own time, taking the Graduate Test when they know they are ready.

Upon graduation, they will receive a badge which they can wear on their school uniform with pride.

This will further demonstrate to their peers, parents, visitors and the wider community just how dedicated they are to their studies.