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GCSE PE - Horse Riding

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MotherOfGirls Tue 18-Feb-14 13:48:10

DD is offering horse riding as one of her practical assessments for GCSE PE. We have been told we need to video her doing the required activities and let the PE staff have it on a USB or similar. We also have a list of the things she must demonstrate. Has anyone done this? Wondering whether I can use the video function on our ordinary camera. How professional does it need to be?! Any experience welcomed!

steview Tue 18-Feb-14 14:58:36

We had a student use clay pigeon shooting a few years ago. Her video was of home-video standard. They also filmed her coach giving her some feedback which helped the PE staff (who to be fair were not clay pigeon shooting specialists!) no end.

MotherOfGirls Tue 18-Feb-14 17:28:38

Ah, good idea, steview. Will ask the instructor to make some useful comments!

melliebobs Tue 18-Feb-14 17:33:25

When I did a level pe in 2003 I had to record my practical (snowboarding) at the local slope. Just transferred it to DVD and it was like just a home movie quality. Definitely no special editing. It was also very stop start. Like your daughter I was given the criteria of what I had to demonstrate so it was very much me saying what I was about to it....pause then me explaining the second that...pause. Not fluid but it made sure everything was covered

doormouse04 Tue 18-Feb-14 18:15:40

My daughter has just completed her pe practical sand used two horse riding elements, dressage and coaching. I used my ipad to video her. Pm if you want advice.

offblackeggshell Tue 18-Feb-14 18:20:34

If you search on You Tube you'll see lots of examples of different things people have done for this. Just put in gcse pe and then whatever sport. DD found some for the sport she wants to do, and was highly critical of some!

MotherOfGirls Tue 18-Feb-14 18:23:32

Thanks, everyone - really helpful advice. x

TalkinPeace Tue 18-Feb-14 18:49:27

local to me is Sparsholt College : they have a huge equestrian centre that includes GCSE ... might be worth giving them a call too

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