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.
L2 PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Health & Physical Education
students in this course will be working towards
20 credits that are internally assessed and 0 credits that are externally assessed Course endorsement is possible in L2 Physical Education 16 credits towards Level 1 Literacy This course leads to a university approved course