Year 7 Physical Education and Health (7PED)
Physical Education and Health is compulsory for all year 7 students and is taken for four periods a week (three periods of Physical Education, one period of Health). The focus is on the well being of the students themselves through learning in health related and movement contexts. There are four strands of the Health and Physical Education Curriculum that underpin the learning in this subject area:
Personal Health and Physical Development
Movement Concepts and Motor Skills
Relationships with other People
Health Communities and Environments
What will I learn?
The key values of: safety management, being actively involved, movement and motor skills, relationships and teamwork, engaging a positive attitude and interpersonal skills use are delivered through the practical element. Basic motor skill patterns are developed through practical sessions that focus on throwing, catching, team work, games sense, creativity and flair. The topics are generally chosen from the following:
athletics, court games, uni-hoc, Swimming, gymnastics, badminton, touch rugby, te-uru and games around the world.
In the key learning area of Health, student's will have opportunities to explore the ways in which the physical, mental and emotional, social and spiritual dimensions of hauora contribute to healthy living. Health related topics include but are not limited to; the concept of hauora, friendships and communication, the DARE programme (delivered by the police liaison officer), nutrition, mindfulness and the sexuality road.
Where does this course lead?
For all indicative course costs please see the course costs page.