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Physical Education

​Grade 9

Physical Education and Health 10F (PE10F - 1 credit) ​

The Grade 9 Physical and Health Education curriculum is delivered via an activity block system. The program is based on achieving learning outcomes in the Physical and Health Education curriculum. 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: 

  • Movement
  • Fitness Management
  • Safety
  • Personal and Social Management
  • Healthy Lifestyle Practices 

The students will work towards the Learning Outcomes through a variety of activities which may include: 

  • ​Individual/group/team activities: Spark, badminton, basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, low organized games, team handball, volleyball, weight training, winter activities, fitness, floor hockey, ultimate, kin-ball, leisure pursuits

  • Theory based activities: fitness, weight training, human sexuality, mental and emotional health, values and beliefs, healthy relationships, first aid

  • Integrated topics: team work, fair play, citizenship and sport etiquette and goal setting for personal health

Additional information: ​​Students are required to bring appropriate physical education attire (non-marking athletic runners, sweats or shorts, and a T-shirt or sweatshirt) and are expected to fully participate in all activities.

Grade 10

Physical Education and Health 20F (PE20F) 

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 10F 

The Grade 10 Physical and Health Education curriculum is delivered via an activity block system. The program is based on achieving learning outcomes in the Physical and Health Education curriculum. 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:

  • ​Movement
  • Fitness Management
  • Safety
  • Personal and Social Management
  • Healthy Lifestyle Practices 

The students will work towards the Learning Outcomes through a variety of activities which may include:

  • Individual/group/team activities: Spark, badminton, basketball, flag football, soccer, softball, low organized games, team handball, volleyball, weight training, fitness, pickle ball, kin-ball, floor hockey, broomball, ultimate, leisure pursuits

  • ​Theory based activities: fitness, weight training, human sexuality, mental and emotional health, values and beliefs, healthy relationships, first aid

  • Integrated topics: team work, fair play, citizenship and sport etiquette and goal setting for personal health. 

Additional Information: Students are required to bring appropriate physical education attire (non-marking athletic runners, sweats or shorts, and a T-shirt or sweatshirt) and are expected to fully participate in all activities.

Grade 11

Physical Education General 30F (PE30F) ​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F 

Content: This course is designed to assist youth in taking greater ownership of their own physical fitness and to help them build the knowledge, skills and motivation to engage in active lifestyles in the future. This course consists of a 75% in school component and a 25% out of school practicum component.  

During the in school component, students will complete mandatory theory blocks and study topics related to Fitness Management, Mental Health, Substance Use and Abuse Prevention and Social Impact of Sport. They will also complete physical activity blocks of their choice from a wide variety of options, such as outdoor cycling, basketball, team handball, track and field, slow pitch, international sports, rugby, badminton, tennis, exercise videos, yoga, volleyball, kinball, ultimate, flag football, cardio fitness, power walking, step aerobics, zumba, street hockey, lacrosse, weight training, dodgeball, floor hockey, bowling, curling, indoor soccer, ice hockey, ringette, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, orienteering/geocaching. Activity options are subject to change based on interest and availability. 

During the practicum component, students will be required to complete 25 hours of pre-approved moderate to vigorous activities of their choice outside of scheduled class time. 

Additional Information: Credit will be reported with a complete or incomplete designation. The ability to work and set goals independently is essential. Students are required to wear athletic shorts or sweats, a t-shirt or sweatshirt and non-marking athletic shoes during physical activity.

Physical Education: Sports Focus (SA30F)

Prerequisite: Physical Education 20F 

J.H. Bruns Collegiate offers 3 specialized Sport/Activity Academy courses within the Physical Education Program. These courses meet the Physical Education course requirement in Grade 11 and 12. Each course will be open to students who wish to take an extensive course of study in skill acquisition in one of the following areas: Basketball, Hockey and Volleyball.

Content: The Academy courses are ideal for students who wish to pursue and develop their personal potential and knowledge of a preferred sport or activity. Each course may require students to participate in activities outside of regular school hours and will have fees attached to cover costs of facilities and guest instructors. The fees are as follows: Hockey $200. Fees are due to the teacher on the first day of class.

The sport specific courses will follow the outline below:

  • ​Advanced technical instruction

  • Related theory in areas of nutrition, sport psychology, prevention and care of injuries, coaching/training and human anatomy

  • Core theory curriculum of the general physical education 

Physical Education, Female Health & Wellness 30F (PEFF30F)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F

Content: This course is designed to assist youth in taking greater ownership of their own physical fitness and to help them build the knowledge, skills and motivation to engage in active lifestyles in the future. This course consists of a 75% in school component and a 25% out of school practicum component. 

During the in school component, students will complete theory blocks and study topics related to Fitness Management, Nutrition, Healthy Relationships and Personal and Social Development, as well as focus on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women’s lives. Course activities may include: yoga, hot yoga, self defense, zumba, step aerobics, resistance training, circuit training, rock climbing and group fitness classes at local facilities.

During the practicum component, students will be required to complete a 25 hours of pre-approved moderate to vigorous activities of their choice outside of scheduled class time.

Additional Information: Students are encouraged to participate to their full potential. This course is available to females only. This course requires a mandatory lab fee of $50. The fee will cover costs of field trips and guest presenters. Students are required to have athletic shorts or sweats, a t-shirt or sweatshirt and non-marking shoes. ​  ​​

 

Physical Education and Health, Outdoor Education 30F (OE30F)​ 

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 20F. 

Content: This course is designed to look at physical education as a lifetime activity. Students will study topics related to: 

  • ​Fitness Management 

  • Nutrition 

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Social / Emotional Health 

  • Personal Development 

  • Safety and Risk Management Planning 

Other activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, orienteering, cycling, first aid and CPR. The course includes a mandatory three day camping trip. 

Additional Information: Students are encouraged to participate to their full potential! Outdoor clothing is a necessity for this course. A $125 non-refundable lab fee is required for field trips, transportation and entrance costs. Special equipment includes a sleeping bag, mountain bike and camping gear.

Grade 12

Physical Education General 40F (PE40F) 

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 30F. 

Content: This course is designed to assist youth in taking greater ownership of their own physical fitness and to help them build the knowledge, skills and motivation to engage in active lifestyles in the future. This course consists of a 75% in school component and a 25% out of school practicum component.

During the in school component, students will complete mandatory theory blocks and study topics related to Fitness Management, Mental Health, Substance Use and Abuse Prevention and Social Impact of Sport. They will also complete physical activity blocks of their choice from a wide variety of options, such as outdoor cycling, basketball, team handball, track and field, slow pitch, international sports, rugby, badminton, tennis, exercise videos, yoga, volleyball, kinball, ultimate, flag football, cardio fitness, power walking, step aerobics, zumba, street hockey, lacrosse, weight training, dodgeball, floor hockey, bowling, curling, indoor soccer, ice hockey, ringette, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, orienteering/geocaching. Activity options are subject to change based on interest and availability. 

During the practicum component, students will be required to complete 25 hours of pre-approved moderate to vigorous activities of their choice outside of scheduled class time

Additional Information: Ability to work and set goals independently is essential. Students are required to wear athletic shorts or sweats, a t-shirt and non-marking athletic shoes. ​

Physical Education and Health, Outdoor Education 40F (OE40F)​ 

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 30F

Content: This course is designed to look at physical education as a lifetime activity. Students will study topics related to: 

  • ​Fitness Management 

  • Nutrition 

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Social / Emotional Health 

  • Personal Development 

  • Safety and Risk Management Planning 

Other activities include cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, orienteering, cycling, first aid and CPR. The course includes a mandatory three day camping trip. 

Additional Information: Students are encouraged to participate to their full potential! Outdoor clothing is a necessity for this course. A $125 non-refundable lab fee is required for field trips, transportation and entrance costs. Special equipment includes a sleeping bag, mountain bike and camping gear.

Physical Education, Female Health & Wellness 40F (PEFF40F)​

Prerequisite: Physical Education and Health 30F

Content: This course is designed to assist youth in taking greater ownership of their own physical fitness and to help them build the knowledge, skills and motivation to engage in active lifestyles in the future. This course consists of a 75% in school component and a 25% out of school practicum component. 

During the in school component, students will complete theory blocks and study topics related to Fitness Management, Nutrition, Healthy Relationships and Personal and Social Development, as well as focus on topics, issues and concerns relevant to young women’s lives. Course activities may include: yoga, hot yoga, self defense, zumba, step aerobics, resistance training, circuit training, rock climbing and group fitness classes at local facilities.

During the practicum component, students will be required to complete a 25 hours of pre-approved moderate to vigorous activities of their choice outside of scheduled class time.

Additional Information: Students are encouraged to participate to their full potential. This course is available to females only. This course requires a mandatory lab fee of $50. The fee will cover costs of field trips and guest presenters. Students are required to have athletic shorts or sweats, a t-shirt or sweatshirt and non-marking shoes. ​  ​​

Physical Education: Sport Focus (PE40F) 

Prerequisite: Physical Education 30F

J.H. Bruns Collegiate offers 3 specialized Sport/Activity Academy courses within the Physical Education Program. These courses meet the Physical Education course requirement in Grade 11 and 12. Each course will be open to students who wish to take an extensive course of study in skill acquisition in one of the following areas: Basketball, Hockey and Volleyball.

Content: The Academy courses are ideal for students who wish to pursue and develop their personal potential and knowledge of a preferred sport or activity. Each course may require students to participate in activities outside of regular school hours and will have fees attached to cover costs of facilities and guest instructors. The fees are as follows: Hockey $200. Fees are due to the teacher on the first day of class.

These courses will follow the outline below:

  • ​Advanced technical instruction

  • Related theory in areas of nutrition, sport psychology, prevention and care of injuries, coaching/training  and human anatomy

  • Core theory curriculum of the general physical education 

 
 
 
   
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