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Physical Education

​Important Note: Although Physical Education 40F is a Grade 12 credit for graduation purposes, the Universities do not count it as a credit for University Entrance.​​​

Grade 10

Physical and Health Education (PE20F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE10F

Students are provided with a planned and balanced program in order to develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for physically active and healthy lifestyles.

Student Learning Outcomes include:

  1. Movement
  2. Fitness Management
  3. Safety
  4. Personal and Social Management
  5. Healthy Lifestyle Practices

 

Students will:

  • work towards the Learning Outcomes through a variety of activities which might include:
    • Individual/group/team activities
    • Classroom based activities
    • Integrated topics
  • be in combined Gr. 9/10 classes in order to provide increased choice in activities

Special Note:  Students are required to bring appropriate physical education attire (runners, sweats or shorts, and a T-shirt). Students may be required to pay some fees associated with some activities (i.e. bowling, golf, fitness)​

 

 

GRADE 11/12 ACTIVE HEALTHY LIFESTYLES

The Grade 11/12 Physical Education course is called Active Healthy Lifestyles PE 30F/40F.  Students will have the option of choosing the stream that suits their needs and interests in the area of physical activity and lifestyle choices.​  See options below:

Physical Education: Individual Fitness Training (PEIF30F/PEIF40F) -  1 credit

Prerequisite: PE20F/30F

This stream is designed for the student who wants to work independently on improving and maintaining their fitness levels.

Students will: 

  • assess their fitness level throughout the course and then design a fitness program suited to their likes/dislikes, as well as personal needs in the area of physical fitness.

 

This course promotes the importance of health and fitness as a lifelong goal. Students will work to take greater ownership of their own physical fitness. A variety of activities/training methods will encourage students to expand their individual interests and pursue an active lifestyle that persists beyond high school. Students will develop skills to critically evaluate fitness options and facilities available in the community. Students will cover course materials that relate to the development of an individual fitness plan appropriate for meeting their carefully planned and realistic health and fitness goals.

 

Physical Education: Female Fitness (PEFF30F/PEFF40F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

This stream has been developed to help encourage greater participation in an all-female environment. In class activities take place in our Fitness Room and include circuits, boot camps, yoga, interval training, and all types of aerobics. Students will go on many field trips to experience different types of workouts and be exposed to a variety of facilities that can be accessed after graduation. .

Students will: 

  • be in a female only environment
  • be taking themselves to the next level in terms of their own personal fitness.

 

This stream is an in-school class that will take place in the workout facility at Glenlawn, as well as including some introductions to fitness facilities around the city. This course is 75% in-school with up to a 25% out-of-school component to encourage the students to become more independent in pursuit of their personal fitness.​

 

Physical Education: Male Fitness (PEMF30FB/PEMF40F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

This stream is designed to help our male students develop their health and wellness through fitness training, sport-specific conditioning, and sports / games. Many different team sports, as well as individual sports, will be introduced. 

Students will: 

  • be in a male only environment
  • be introduced to various strength training programs, visit various facilities, and gain a greater awareness of nutrition
  • develop a personal fitness plan to help them reach their own individual goals

 

This stream is an in-school class that will take place in the workout facility at Glenlawn, as well as including some introductions to fitness facilities around the city. This course is 75% in-school with up to a 25% out-of-school component to encourage the students to become more independent in pursuit of their personal fitness.​

 

Physical Education: General (PE30F/PE40F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

This stream is for students who do not have a specific focus but would rather sample all the different activities and fitness workouts. The course is co-ed and will do activities and games both inside and outside

Students will: 

  • take part in various sports and physical activities at the school. 
  • study topics related to fitness management, mental health, substance use and abuse prevention, and the social impact of sport. 

 

Physical Education: Soccer Focus (SAS30F/SAS40F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/PE30F

Do you love soccer? If you play on a club team, the school team, or no team, but have a passion to play and learn more about the game, this course is for you! Some drills, some soccer related activities, and lots of opportunity to play competitive soccer is the focus of this course. Classes will take place both in the gym and on the new turf field behind our school. Students will experience small-sided indoor games, futsal, full field outdoor soccer games and much more!

Students will: 

  • be introduced to university pre-game meetings, game planning, and game analysis.
  • gain valuable information regarding coaching teams
  • gain a greater awareness of nutrition and develop a personal fitness plan to help them reach their own individual goals.


Physical Education: Basketball Focus (SAB30F/SAB40F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/PE30F

Is your competitive career winding down or just getting started? Improve skills and fitness, explore coaching and officiating, and look at the world through the impact of basketball. Basketball is just a game…however if you are in this course it is a passion.

Students will: 

  • be introduced to university pre-game meetings, game planning, and game analysis.
  • gain valuable information regarding coaching teams
  • gain a greater awareness of nutrition and develop a personal fitness plan to help them reach their own individual goals.

 

Physical Education: Sports and Conditioning: Female Only - (PESF30/PESF40F) -  1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

Are you a looking to play some sports and improve your fitness in an all-female environment? This course will offer our females the opportunity to compete and have fun playing both individual and team sports, fitness training and/or sport specific conditioning. Low organized games, court sports, outdoor activities, field sports, resistance training, circuits, yoga, bodyweight workouts, etc. will all be included in this course.

Physical Education: Sports and Conditioning: Male Only - (PESM30/PESM40F) -  1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

This stream is designed to help our male students develop their health and wellness through individual and team sports and games, fitness training, and/or sport-specific conditioning. Many different types of workouts will be introduced including station workouts, 2 and 3 day splits, supersets, body weight, TRX, functional fitness training, and much more. Visits to fitness facilities throughout the city will enhance students' knowledge for future options. Ample opportunity to play in competitive sports both inside and outside will be provided. 

Physical Education: Outdoor Education (OE31F/OE41F) 1 credit

Prerequisite:  PE20F/30F

Outdoor Education is aimed at students who are looking to get out and be active no matter the weather.  Activities could include snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, hiking, biking and more.   Some activities will take place outside of class time. 

Students will: 

  • plan and participate in a 3 day backcountry camping trip as a culminating activity
  • complete health modules mandatory in ​the grade 12 curriculum. 

 

This stream is an in-school class that will take place in the workout facility at Glenlawn, as well as including some introductions to fitness facilities around the city. This course is 75% in-school with up to a 25% out-of-school component to encourage the students to become more independent in pursuit of their personal fitness.​

There is a lab fee of $125, to offset the costs of the trip and any other outings.

 
 
 
   
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