Health Consultation 2016 - Closes Wed 10 August
Every two years we have a legal requirement to consult our community about what you think are priorities for our health education programmes. This survey will help to guide us in our curriculum development in this area.

As a starting point the aims of the health and physical education curriculum are for students to:

1. Develop the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes needed to maintain and enhance personal health and physical development.
2. Develop motor skills through movement, acquire knowledge and understandings about movement, and develop positive attitudes towards physical activity.
3. Develop understanding, skills and attitudes that enhance interactions and relationships with other people.
4. Participate in creating healthy communities and environments by taking responsible and critical action.

Please note: At primary school this is not ‘sex education’ but ensuring children have an understanding of their bodies, developing positive attitudes towards sexuality and most importantly enhancing their interpersonal relationships.

The Principal and the board wanted to let you know what our current strategic focus is intended to be. In addition to the other aspects of this important area of the curriculum we wish to focus on the strand dealing with ‘Relationships With Other People’ within this we are intending to focus on how our school community interact – look at developing a really safe environment, and a school community that, in keeping with our core values model Respect/Whakaute toward each other. We believe that building healthy relationships and developing resilience are great aims for our school and key skills our students can carry forward in life.

Key areas of learning in the Health Curriculum are:

Mental Health - How important do you think the following topics are for your child or children to learn about at school? Please tick the statement that you believe reflects its importance. *
Very Important
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Building Self Esteem
Getting Along With Others
Sorting Out Problems
Dealing with Stress / Grief / Loss
Harassment / abuse or discrimination
Drug Education
Benefits of relaxation and recreation
Sexuality Education - How important do you think the following topics are for your child or children to learn about at school? Please tick the statement that you believe reflects its importance. *
Very Important
Quite important
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Caring for your body
Respect for self and others
Making decisions
Finding support
The influence of others
Gender roles and stereotypes
Healthy body image
The changes in body and emotion that one can expect during puberty
Food and Nutrition - How important do you think the following topics are for your child or children to learn about at school? Please tick the statement that you believe reflects its importance. *
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Nutritional needs
Healthy food choices
Relationship between nutrition, exercise and well-being
Attitudes, values and beliefs associated with food
Health giving food choices
Growing and preparing food
Cultural significance of food
Body Care and Physical Safety - How important do you think the following topics are for your child or children to learn about at school? Please tick the statement that you believe reflects its importance. *
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Personal body care and hygiene
Management of medication
Sleep, rest and relaxation
Regular physical activity
Prevention of illness, injury, infection
Recognising risk and avoiding danger
Safe practices e.g. fire, water, sun safety
Taking responsibility for their own well-being and that of other people
Caring for the environment
Values education programme
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