The Physical Education program will focus on the improving Fundamental Motor Skills (FMS) and Functional Sports Skill (FSS). Developing these skills will involve an integrated program that incorporates a variety of essential motor skills (locomotion, stabilization and object control) and opportunities to develop strength and power from which students can enrich the motor learning experiences and maximize skill proficiency.
Through a variety of physical and sporting activities students will learn, practice and develop key foundation for FMS. This will involve simple movement capacities such as stability, balance and proprioception awareness, which in turn will lead to effective transfer to more complex locomotion abilities such as sprint, jumping, kicking, throwing, striking and agility movements.
The intended outcome is for students to become physically literate across a broad range of motor skills in a variety of environments and surfaces.