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2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52
2015-03-10-10-33-52

Health And Physical Education Faculty

The Physical Education and Health Faculty’s objective is to assist in developing students into well adjusted individuals: physically, mentally, emotionally and socially. The faculty provides challenging and satisfying experiences in movement concepts, relationships with others, healthy communities and environments and personal physical development. Students research and investigate current issues around health and physical activity, and the influences these have on self, others and society. Physical Education and Health are university approved subjects.

Physical Education

  • Credit: Nil
  • Trips: Nil
  • Cost: Nil

Course: Physical Education (PE) is a practical subject involving movement in a variety of settings. Students gain an appreciation of participating in team and individual activities, as well as developing and mastering physical and social skills. Students will also be given the opportunity to learn the skills necessary to work safely in the Fitness Centre and on the climbing wall. Students must wear Long Bay College regulation PE uniform and sports shoes to all practical lessons. Health Education covers: healthy lifestyles, interpersonal skills, sexuality and relationship education, drug education and mental health issues. Students will have 3 PE lessons and 1 Health lesson each week.

  • Credit: 20
  • Trips: 1 Cost (approx) $70
  • Cost: Nil
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 1

Course: L1A: The course is both theoretical and practical and focuses on providing the foundation knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students for NCEA Level 1. Topics covered include: biomechanical and physiological aspects of the body, motor skill learning, fitness studies, factors that affect participation and practical performance. Students will also be required to identify risks associated with a selected outdoor education activity. Students will be expected to manage these risks through participation in an outdoor education field trip. L1B: The course is both theoretical and practical. Students will cover in greater detail biomechanical and physiological aspects of the body, technique analysis, interpersonal skills within a team or group and participation in a range of physical activities. Students will also be given an opportunity to complete a performance improvement programme through the practical context of futsal. This course can lead to Level 2 PED or Level 2 PES.

  • Credit: 20
  • Trips: 1 Cost (approx) $350 for PE Camp
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 2
  • Prerequisites: 11 Level 1 PE credits including Achievement Standards 90967 and 90963. Cannot be taken with L2 PES unless permission is gained from the Head of Faculty

Course: This course focuses on developing the knowledge and skills related to physical activity. Students will study theoretical and practical aspects of physical education related to: personal performance, knowledge of anatomy, biomechanics and skill learning, leadership roles, safety management, the significance of participation in physical activity and principles and methods of training. A three-day outdoor education trip to Shakespear Regional Park is the highlight of the year.

  • Credit: 18
  • Trips: 2 Cost (approx) $70 each
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 3
  • Prerequisites: 14 credits from Level 2 PED including Achievement Standards 91329, 91328 or with Head of Faculty approval. Cannot be taken with L3 PES unless permission gained from Head of Faculty

Course: This course provides 18 Level 3 achievement standard credits all internally assessed. The course aims to develop and apply the knowledge and base developed in Level 1 and 2 Physical Education. This includes skill learning, biomechanics, anatomy and physiology. This course also covers applying safety management strategies, which takes students on a 1-day outdoor education trip. A research assignment on current issues in NZ Sport and physical education is also offered. Students can choose to participate in the 'Tough Guy' challenge as part of their practical assessment.

  • Credit: 24
  • Trips: Nil
  • Cost: Nil
  • Qualification: Nil

Course: L1A: This course is an introduction to Health studies enabling students to gain the foundation skills and knowledge necessary for Level 1 NCEA. It includes the opportunity to gain A selected internal Achievement Standards. Areas of study include: • Developing core skills for success in Health education including unlocking hauora, key language, and presentation and writing skills • Health promotion through taking action in our community with each term having a different focus • Developing awareness and understanding of mental health issues • Unpacking interpersonal skills associated with friendships and relationships • Nutrition • Goal setting and hauora • Understanding the decision-making process related to alcohol and drug education L1B: This year is made up of internal and external Achievement Standards. Areas of study include: • Adolescent eating patterns • Changing states of health and management of these • Understanding sexuality and sexual well-being • Issues relating to drug use This course leads directly onto Level 2 Health

  • Credit: 20
  • Trips: Nil
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 2
  • Prerequisites: 11 Level 1 achievement standard Health credits (including 1 external standard) or at discretion of Head of Faculty

Course: This course is made up of both internal and external achievement standard credits. It covers: • Adolescent health issues including stress, alcohol, sexual and reproductive health • Mental Health, focusing on resilience • Hauora; taking action to enhance aspects of LBC school and community well-being • Research into gender and sexuality issues and strategies to address these issues

  • Credit: 19
  • Trips: 1 Cost (approx) $40
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 3
  • Prerequisites: 14 Level 2 achievement standard Health credits or at the discretion of the Head of Faculty

Course: An opportunity to visit the Auckland City Mission to experience and learn about key determinants of health. This will cover essential information for two acheievement standards. This course is made up of both internal and external Achievement Standards. It covers: • New Zealand current health issues • Evaluate New Zealand health practices • International health issues; focus on the Pacific • Ethical issues relating to well-being

  • Credit: 17
  • Trips: 1 cost (approx) $60
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 2
  • Prerequisites: Students must have gained 90962 with at least a merit grade.
    10 L1 English credits is also a requirement or at the discretion of the Head of Faculty.
    Cannot be taken with L2 PED

Course: This course is both practical and theoretical. It encompasses adventure based learning, leadership and safety, social responsibility and practical performance. Students will learn the traditional game of Ki-O-Rahi, as well as being given the opportunity to develop their leadership and coaching skills. This course is not designed for students wishing to study at university.

  • Credit: 15
  • Trips: 2 Cost (approx) $70
  • Cost: $10
  • Qualification: NCEA Level 3
  • Prerequisites: Students must have actively participated in the Level 1 or Level 2 Physical Education course.
    12 L2 English credits is also a requirement or at the discretion of the Head of Faculty.

Course: This course offers 15 internally assessed Achievement Standards. Key areas of learning include: • Safety management in the outdoors, which takes the students on a 1-day outdoor education experience where students participate in windsurfing and stand up paddle boarding. • Practical performance in a variety of sports and activities • Evaluating and devising strategies to allow lifelong wellbeing through physical activity • Devising strategies to complete a set outcome through physical activity

  • Credit: Nil
  • Trips: 1 Cost (approx) $30 each
  • Cost: Nil

Course: Long Bay College's Athlete Development Programme provides support to help athletes excel in both their academic and sporting pursuits. Trying to balance training and competitive commitments with academic requirements can be difficult at times. The ADP provides a timetabled programme where students will learn about topics such as; self-management, individual training programmes, looking after our bodies, performance analysis, giving back to sport, New Zealand's sporting culture, sports psychology and sports nutrition. Students will also have time to further develop their sporting talent or catch up on work they have missed due to sporting commitments. Students must wear regulation Long Bay College PE uniform and sports shoes to all practical lessons.

  • Credit: Nil
  • Trips: 2 Cost (approx) $40 each
  • Cost: Nil
  • Prerequisites: Selected entry. Each year students are required to reapply, this includes attendance at an interview with key staff in charge of the course. A panel will then decide upon selection. Students who have not participated in this class previously are welcome to apply.
    L1A ADP cannot be taken with L1A PED

Course: Long Bay College's Athlete Development Programme provides support to help selected athletes excel in both their academic and sporting pursuits. Trying to balance training and competitive commitments with academic requirements can be difficult at times. The L1A ADP course builds upon the learning completed in 9 ADP. It is a timetabled programme where students will learn about topics such as: self-management, individual training programmes, looking after our bodies, performance analysis, giving back to sport, New Zealand's sporting culture, sports psychology and sports nutrition. Students will also have time to further develop their sporting talent or catch up on work they have missed due to sporting commitments. Students are expected to wear regulation Long Bay College PE uniform and sports shoes to all practical lessons.

  • Credit: 17
  • Trips: 1 Cost (approx) $60
  • Cost: $10
  • Prerequisites: Selected entry. Each year students are required to reapply; this includes attendance at and interview with key staff in charge of the course. A panel will then decide upon selection. Students who have not participated in the class previously are welcome to apply. L1B ADP cannot be taken with L1B PED.

Course: Long Bay College's Athlete Development Programme provides support to help selected students excel in both their academic and sporting pursuits. The course helps students balance their academic and sporting progress by creating a supportive learning environment in which they can achieve and progress. This is a Level 1 NCEA course where the students have the opportunity to learn about, anatomy, biomechanics, exercise physiology, interpersonal skills, leadership and strategies to improve performance. Contexts for assessments will be designed to suit the individual needs of each student to aid with overall improvement in their chosen sport. Students will also have time to catch up on work they have missed due to sporting commitments as well as having access to individual interviews with their teacher.




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