SJS Health and PE Consultation 2020
This is our 2-yearly consultation with our families in regards to our Health and PE programme.
(To comply with Section 60B of the Education Act 1989, as amended by the Education Standards Act 2001).

Your feedback is important to us and will assist us to review our plan to ensure that it supports the priorities of our school community going forward.

The Health and PE curriculum is made up of four key strands of learning:
1. Personal Health and Physical Development,
2. Movement Concepts and Motor Skills,
3. Relationships with Other People, and
4. Healthy Community and Environments.

Within these it has seven key areas of learning:
Mental Health, Sexuality Education, Food and Nutrition, Body care and Physical Safety, Sports Studies, Physical Activity and Outdoor Education.

Our aim is to provide a programme that provides the coverage of the NZ curriculum, while also meeting the needs of our students. You can read more information about the Health and PE Curriculum here: https://health.tki.org.nz/What-is-HPE/What-is-HPE-about

This will take about 10 minutes to complete but we do appreciate the time that you take to give us this feedback. Please complete this by Friday 16th of October.
Name (optional)
Which of the four key learning areas in Health do you consider to be the most important for students to learn? *
Why do you consider the above to be most important? *
What does our school do well in Health and PE? *
Priorities of our Health programme - Please rate how important each aspect below is to the Health Programme *
Not important
Quite important
Very important
Friendships
Sun Safety
Water Safety
Emotional Well Being
Road Safety
Fire Safety
Dog Safety
Fireworks Safety
Keeping Ourselves Safe
Personal Hygiene
Looking after our Community
Mindfulness
Preparedness for an Emergency
Healthy Eating
Life Education (Harold)
Motorbike Safety
Basic First Aid
Changes at Puberty (Yr 7 & 8)
Drug and Alcohol Education (Yr 7 & 8)
Please list any other areas/topics that you think should be included in our Health programme
Priorities of our PE programme - Please rate how important each aspect below is to the PE Programme *
Not important
Quite important
Very important
Swimming/Aquatics
Fundamental Skills (Balance, Catching, Throwing, Running etc)
Fitness
Large Ball Skills
Small Ball Skills
Skills with striking (hitting, kicking)
Gymnastics
Athletics/Running
Team Sports
Education Outside the Classroom (including Camps)
School Sports teams in the local competitions
Please list any other areas/topics that you think should be included in our PE programme
We welcome any other comments, feedback or questions in regards to our Health and PE programme.
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