Health Consultation 2021
Every two years we are required to share our health teaching and learning plan with parents and whanau. We have included key details in the survey below. For more information about our curriculum you can read the full document on our schools website.

If you would like more information about specific resources and programmes you are welcome to attend a hui on Monday 16th August, from 7.00pm in Putahi (library).

If you have any questions please contact the relevant year level's team leader:
Y0-2 Huarapa: Nicky Harding
Y1-2 Kaunuku: Deb Wesley
Y3-4 Kaunuku: Blair Cook
Y4-8 Hikuwai: Donna Frame

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Our current statement about health is captured by the following;
"Health and wellbeing is of paramount importance to our whanau. We want our akonga to develop an understanding of self, and strategies to ensure positive physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. It is important our children develop physical literacy. This is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding that allows them to value and take responsibility for engaging in physical activity and sport for life."
Is this still relevant?
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If there was anything you would change, what would it be?
Information from the Curriculum
Attitudes, Knowledge and Skills
These were developed in consultation with whanau and we are seeking to ascertain if they are still current or relevant.
Attitudes - developing learners who; purposely exercise, participate , demonstrate fairplay, are compassionate, demonstrate a positive attitude to healthy competition, have respect for others and seek to inspire. Please state what you would change.
Skills - developing learners who can; use mindfulness and relaxation techniques, demonstrate movement concepts and motor skills, exploring our world with age appropriate skill development, demonstrate water safety and swimming skills, show skills in the outdoors, seek to improve and demonstrate a growth mindset. Please state what you would change.
Knowledge - developing learners who; respect their own bodies, understand personal and physical growth (puberty and changing bodies), take increasing responsibility for their personal health and wellbeing; understand Te Whare Tapa Wha - spiritual, body, mind, social, understand the concept of garden to table and nutrition, use the outdoors and nature, can keep themselves safe in public and online.  Please state what you would change.
Is there anything about the teaching of health and physical education you would like to add?
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