The Education Act states: that it is a legal requirement for schools to consult its parent community on the scope and emphasis of Health Education.
In health education, students develop their understanding of the factors that influence the health of individuals, groups, and society: lifestyle, economic, social, cultural, political, and environmental factors.
Students develop competencies for mental wellness, personal identity, what is required for a healthy lifestyle, safety management, and they develop understandings of nutritional needs.
Students build resilience through strengthening their personal identity and sense of self-worth, through managing change and loss, and through engaging in processes for responsible decision making. They learn to demonstrate empathy, and they develop skills that enhance friendships and relationships.
Students use these skills and understandings to take critical action to promote personal, interpersonal, and societal well-being.
Please complete this form online or complete the paper form and return to the administration office by 5th July. If you have more than one child you can submit this form again so it is specific to your child's level.
What year is your child/ren in? *
What areas do you feel we should place an emphasis on?
Food and Nutrition (e.g. healthy food choices, understanding what is in our food) *
Physical Activity (e.g. movement, games, dance, leadership) *
Education outside the classroom (camps, sports days, forest school, leadership courses, opportunities for participation in Tough Kids Challenge, Amazing Race etc) *
Body Awareness Education (e.g. growth patterns, positive self-image, feelings, relating to others). Please note: Changes at Puberty strand is taught at yr 7/8 and is not part of the primary school curriculum. *
Digital citizenship and media influences *
Mental Health (e.g. personal identity, communication, respect for others, change, loss and grief, virtues/values/learning dispositions) *
Changes at puberty for Year 5-6 girls. (In past years the Health nurse has taken this every second year) *
What area do you consider to be the most important? *
1. What does our school do really well in helping our students maintain or improve their health and well-being? *
Your answer
2. Are there any other health-related issues you think we should address? *
Your answer
Are you concerned about any particular aspects of Health and Physical Education currently being taught? *
Your answer
Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey as part of the consultation process that will shape and develop our Health Curriculum on the needs of our community. In health and physical education, the focus is on the well-being of the students themselves, of other people, and of society through learning in health-related and movement contexts.
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