Characteristics of Ethnic sports and reasons for their survival.
The role of public schools in organising and promoting games.
The changes in sporting culture; amateur to professional.
Characteristics of USA.
The nature of sport in the USA.
Analyse the game of American Football.
Characteristics of Australia.
The nature of sport in Australia.
Analyse the game of Australian rules Football.
Late nineteenth-century public schools are associated with a passion for all sport, and team games in particular. Explain how these schools and their ex-pupils influenced the emergence of national sport. 
Discuss sport and commercialism with reference to the ‘American Dream’ and Aussie rules football. 
Many ethnic sports still occur in the UK today. Give and example of a surviving ethnic sport other than the Highland Games. Identify characteristics of Ethnic sports and give reasons for their survival. 
Participation – Excellence. Organisations and their Policies.
What you need to know:
The sports development pyramid.
Opportunity, Provision and Esteem.
Department for culture, media and sport. (DCMS)
Private, Voluntary and Public funding.
Factors affecting participation of groups such as; Women, the Elderly, Ethnic minorities, young people and people with Disabilities.
What can Schools do to help talented young people to achieve their potential? 
What does the organisation UK Sport do to increase sporting excellence? 
How does public sector funding help to increase participation in physical recreation in the UK? 
Describe each level of the performance pyramid and how do National Governing Bodies support performers at the top of the performance pyramid.