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PE to 16 for the Caribbean

Your best-loved PE book now as a new edition

Author Sally Fountain and Author Linda Goodwin

Suitable for:  14-16 year olds studying PE for CSEC or other regional examinations

Price:  £23.99 +VAT

ISBN: 978-0-19-830429-6
Publication date: 20/03/2014
Pack: 200 pages

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Written specifically for the Caribbean by the best-selling authors of the original PE to 16 student book, PE to 16 for the Caribbean is suitable for the CXC 2014 syllabus. Encourage your learners with this in-depth book packed full of up-to-date examples, engaging activities and brand new content.


  • Written specifically for the Caribbean by the best-selling authors of the original PE to 16 student book
  • Comprehensive covers all five sections of the CXC syllabus
  • Brand new chapters about the History and Development of Sport, and Trends and Issues
  • Consolidate learning with regular questions and revision activities
  • Prepare for exams using the extra worksheets and activities on the CD-ROM
  • Suitable for syllabuses from across the Caribbean region, including CSEC
  • Relevant examples from all over the Caribbean

This page was last updated on 20 April 2021 at 19:30 GMT

Table of Contents

Section 1: History and the development of PE and sport
1: Historical developments
Section 2: The body
2: The skeletal system
3: The muscular system
4: The circulatory system
5: The respiratory system
6: Other body systems

Section 3: Fitness and performance
7: Concepts of fitness
8: Training and its effects
9: Skill and other factors affecting performance
10: Sport psychology
Section 4: Health and nutrition
11: Diet and its effect on the body
Section 5: Trends and issues
12: Trends and issues