Performers are assessed in two different activities.
Each of these activities are assessed on a one-off basis.
The performer will agree a specific context in which to complete their one-off performance events with their class teacher. This may take the form of:
The situation will be vary dependent on the activity and the types of problems the performer may face in that situation.
This will allow the performer to display a range of different performance skills, cognitive skills, and opportunities to work with others both within and across contexts.
Performance in each activity is assessed against the following criteria:
Skill repertoire (8 marks)
Control and fluency (6) marks)
Cognitive skills (6 marks)
Tactical understanding (6 marks)
Rules and regulations (2 marks)
Controlling emotions (2 marks)
Each performance is therefore assessed out of 30 marks giving a total out of 60 for the performance section.
This contributes 50% to the overall award.