The Physical and Health Education (PHE) curriculum aims to empower students to develop a personalized understanding of what healthy living means to them as individuals and members of society in the 21st century.
Physical and Health Education
The Physical and Health Education (PHE) curriculum aims to empower students to develop a personalized understanding of what healthy living means to them as individuals and members of society in the 21st century. The PHE curriculum focuses on well-being — the connections between physical, intellectual, mental, sexual and social health. This approach aligns with those of jurisdictions across Canada and throughout the world to promote a deeper and more holistic understanding of overall health and well-being in students.
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Serge Haché - PHE Helping Teacher
email: firstname.lastname@example.org ph: 604-595-6056 ext: 52539
Kathleen Tan - District Office Clerk
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How you teach Fitness is just as important as what you do. Simply giving students opportunities to be physically active or take part in fitness activities is not enough to have a long-lasting effect on behaviour.
Fundamental Movement Skills (FMS) are movement patterns that are the basis for Physical Literacy.
All of the resources listed on this page are either available through the LRS catalogue, or there are direct links to the resources on this page.
The BC Physical and Health Education curriculum contributes to students’ development as educated citizens through the achievement of the following goals.
Are the posters available at Reprographics?