Physical Education

In this course, students will participate in a variety of activities through the course that they enjoy.

Students will demonstrate that physical activity is an important part of overall health and well-being.

Finally, students will look at safety and injury prevention practices that will allow them to stay healthy and active throughout their lives.

The focus of PHE 12 is to allow students to explore physical activities of their choice.

Students will have the opportunity to investigate recreation opportunities in their community.

They will look at why it is important to look after oneself in terms of physical and well-being.

Students will look at safety concerns in different environments and perform 10 hours of volunteer work.

Physical and Health Education 10 is divided into four units:

  • Physical Literacy
  • Healthy Living
  • Social and Community Health
  • Mental Well Being

For each unit, there is also a corresponding 20 hours of activity that needs to be tracked and logged, for a total of 80 hours of physical activity, for the course.

Physical and Health Education 10 is required for graduation.

Physical and Health Education (PHE) is designed to develop educated students who have the knowledge, skills, and understandings to be safe, active, and healthy citizens throughout their lives. The PHE curriculum emerges from two areas of learning, physical education and health education, that are brought together in order to promote and develop all aspects of well-being.

PE and Health 8

Physical and Health Education (PHE) is designed to develop educated students who have the knowledge, skills, and understandings to be safe, active, and healthy citizens throughout their lives. The PHE curriculum emerges from two areas of learning, physical education and health education, that are brought together in order to promote and develop all aspects of well-being.

The physical education component of PHE8 focuses on the development of physical literacy. The health education component of PHE8 focuses on the development of knowledge, skills, and, attitudes related to health literacy and encompasses health and safety topics including nutrition, healthy sexual decision making, social and emotional health, and mental well-being. An underlying principle of the PHE8 curriculum is that students must be active in creating, assessing, and applying what they learn to their daily lives.

Physical and Health Education (PHE) is designed to develop educated students who have the knowledge, skills, and understandings to be safe, active, and healthy citizens throughout their lives. The PHE curriculum emerges from two areas of learning, physical education and health education, that are brought together in order to promote and develop all aspects of well-being.

The physical education component of PHE9 focuses on the continued development of physical literacy. The health education component of focuses on the development of knowledge, skills, and attitudes, related to health literacy in three units: healthy and active living, social and community health, and mental well-being.

An underlying principle of the PHE curriculum is that students must be active in creating, assessing, and applying what they learn to their daily lives.

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