Component 04: Performance in physical education (NEA)

Component 04: Performance in physical education (NEA)

  • 4.1 Performance or coaching of an activity taken from the approved lists.

Learners are internally assessed through the NEA in one practical activity (either performing or coaching one chosen activity from the approved lists) and the Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI).

Practical performances

For the practical performances approved activities list see section 2e of the OCR Advanced Subsidiary and Advanced GCE in Physical Education Guide to non-exam assessment.

Learners can be assessed in the role of performer or coach in one activity.

Learners are required to demonstrate effective performance, the use of tactics or techniques and the ability to observe the rules and conventions under applied conditions.

The Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI)

In addition to a practical performance, learners will be assessed in the Evaluation and Analysis of Performance for Improvement (EAPI). Learners will observe a live or recorded performance by a peer in either their own assessed performance activity or another activity from the approved list. Through observation, learners will provide an oral response analysing and critically evaluating their peers’ performance.

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