Health & Physical Education

Physical Education

Prep

During remote learning at the beginning of semester two, students in prep will participate in activities at home that have a focus on ball handling skills, balance, fitness, movement and creativity. Students will be given weekly checklists that they can tick off during the week. Students will also be able to participate in online exercise and dance activities to keep physically active during remote learning.

Once returning to school during semester two, students in prep will be introduced to the fundamental motor skills of bounce, pass, kick, catch and punt in sports such as basketball, soccer and AFL.

1/2

During remote learning at the beginning of semester two, students in grade 1 & 2 will be given activities that will further practice and improve their overhand throw, catching and eye-hand coordination skills.

Once returning to school during semester two, students in grade 1 & 2 will focus on further developing and practicing skills such as passing, trapping, striking and catching in sports such as soccer, T-ball, tennis and cricket.

3/4

During remote learning at the beginning of semester two, students in grade 3 & 4 are encouraged to keep physically active by participating in online exercises and dances. Students will be given weekly checklists to participate in at home which will have a focus on fitness and practicing a variety of fundamental motor skills for different sports. Students will also complete a research task on a favourite athlete or sport to further broaden their knowledge.

Once returning to school during semester two, students in grade 3 & 4 will focus on further developing and practicing skills such for sports such as AFL, cricket and tennis as well as learning and implementing tactics and strategies to be successful in winning, defending and attacking.

5/6

During remote learning at the beginning of semester two, students in grade 5 & 6 are encouraged to keep physically active by participating in online exercises and dances. Students will be given weekly checklists to participate in at home which will have a focus on fitness and practicing a variety of fundamental motor skills for different sports. Students will also complete a research task on a favourite athlete or sport to further broaden their knowledge.

Once returning to school during semester two, students in grade 5 & 6 will focus on further developing and practicing skills for target sports such as bocce, croquet and golf as well as implementing tactics and strategies to be successful. Students will also be involved in participating in sports such as cricket and tennis later in Term 4 .