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The Health and Physical Education program, in line with the Victorian Curriculum, provides opportunities for students to develop knowledge and skills in the following areas:
Health benefits of physical activity
- Develop the skills to make positive choices through regular physical activity.
Active play and minor games
- Develop balance, strength and conditioning in indoor and outdoor settings.
Fundamental movement skills
- The development of the fundamental movement skills which provides the foundation for competent and confident participation in a range of physical activities. These include:
- Locomotor and non-locomotor skills – rolling, balancing, sliding, jogging, running, leaping, jumping, hopping, dodging, galloping and skipping.
- Object control skills – bouncing, throwing, catching, kicking, striking.
Games and sports
- Understanding the concepts and strategies used in a variety of sports.
Lifelong physical activities
- How physical activity can enhance health-related fitness and wellbeing across a lifespan.
Rhythmic and expressive activities
- Focussing on movement in response to music and images.
You can send images & videos of your work to Mr Chazbek and Mr McGann at these email addresses: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com.