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    Hey,
    At our school, we have to do core PE (not the GCSE kind), which I find somewhat ridiculous because I could use that time to do another GCSE of my choice. I just wanted to know:
    1) Do you get assessed/exams for this subject?
    2) Is there anyway I can get out of doing core PE (is it part of the new education system or is it just my school)?
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    You do not get assessed or examined on Core PE, it does not contribute toward a GCSE.

    As far as I am aware, Core PE is compulsory nationwide.
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    In my school we're able to use the slot P.E is in to revise for another lesson, If we get permission from the P.E Staff.

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    Physical Education is compulsory between the ages of 5-16. In my secondary we had it only once a week, and that session was only for an hour. It provides time to be de-stressed. I personally think it's essential and shouldn't be missed. One hour a week won't kill you You don't get assessed either. Enjoy it while you can!! -Tanisha.
 
 
 
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