Physical Education and Health
The subject aims to increase students’ fitness levels through fitness profiling and participating in a range of different activities which include resistance training, circuit training, boxing, group fitness, cross country running, orienteering, swimming and various team sports. Students will be expected to explore their use of space on the sporting field/court and how they rely on others to achieve individual and team goals. Students’ will undertake a full fitness profile, measuring fitness capabilities across a number of areas and design their own training program. Technology will be incorporated with the use of heart rate monitors and GPS units to assess training progress.
- Skill Acquisition and Stages of Learning
- Sports Injury and Management
- Team Sport Practical - Tactics & Strategy
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Fitness Components
- Training Principles
- Energy Systems
- Australian Physical Activity and Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines
Successful completion of this subject is indicated by the completion of the following class expectations:
- Demonstrate a willingness to learn game knowledge and display skill development or improvement.
- Demonstrate knowledge of biomechanics through the use of movement analysis software.
- Maintain a class workbook of class notes
- Display a satisfactory understanding of theory material
- Satisfactory completion of research assignment.
- Completion of pre and post fitness testing
- Wearing the correct College Physical Education uniform.
Contact Teacher - Rebecca Taylor