Year 6 - Health and Physical Education

For teachers of Year 6 Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) has put together this Pinterest board to assist teachers to plan, teach, assess, and report using free quality digital curriculum resources.
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Queensland state school teachers should continue to access C2C materials via OneSchool.

Queensland state school teachers should continue to access materials via OneSchool.

Playing for Life Activity Cards: a variety of games designed to develop the skills of a range of sports. These cards have been re-developed with needs of teachers in mind and are aligned to Australian Curriculum outcomes...

Playing for Life Activity Cards: a variety of games designed to develop the skills of a range of sports. These cards have been re-developed with needs of teachers in mind and are aligned to Australian Curriculum outcomes.

Australian Curriculum - Health and Physical Education: Sequence of content F-10.

Australian Curriculum: Health and Physical Education - Sequence of content

Health and Physical Education - Focus Areas - Australian Curriculum

Health and Physical Education focus areas - Australian Curriculum

Australian Curriculum - Health and Physical Education: Sequence of achievement.

Australian Curriculum - Health and Physical Education: Sequence of achievement:

Lunch Box Blitz - resource allows you to build a healthy lunch box - resources for teachers, parents and students promoting student health and well-being including lesson plans, student resources including posters, recipes and activities. The resources can be downloaded and easily reproduced for classroom use. The website also provides parent information licensed for free use in school newsletters plus a selection of web links to other useful programs and information.

Lunch Box Blitz - resource allows you to build a healthy lunch box - resources for teachers, parents and students promoting student health and well-being including lesson plans, student resources including posters, recipes and activities. The resources can be downloaded and easily reproduced for classroom use. The website also provides parent information licensed for free use in school newsletters plus a selection of web links to other useful programs and information.

Students have their own Safe Schools site, with carefully selected, age-appropriate online resources to engage them in the challenge of creating safe places to learn and grow. You will find activities to work on with your classmates and teacher....

Students have their own Safe Schools site, with carefully selected, age-appropriate online resources to engage them in the challenge of creating safe places to learn and grow. You will find activities to work on with your classmates and teacher….

The Queensland Department of Education and Training has worked in partnership with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation to produce the Daniel Morcombe Child Safety Curriculum (the Curriculum). The Curriculum aims to support schools and teachers in the promotion of safety for all students in Queensland. The Curriculum includes lessons about personal safety and awareness, cybersafety and telephone safety. The lesson content aims to develop student knowledge and skills to recognise, react and…

Scootle provides Australian teachers with access to more than quality-assured digital learning resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum.

Sporting Schools is an Australian Government initiative designed to help schools to increase children’s participation in sport, and to connect children with community sport. In partnership with more than 30 National Sporting Organisations (NSOs), Sporting Schools will help to coordinate sporting organisations, coaches and teachers to deliver sport before, during and after school.

Sporting Schools is an Australian Government initiative designed to help schools to increase children’s participation in sport, and to connect children with community sport. In partnership with more than 30 National Sporting Organisations (NSOs), Sporting Schools will help to coordinate sporting organisations, coaches and teachers to deliver sport before, during and after school.

Year 6 Health and Physical Education -- The Years 3 to 6 Health and Physical Education: ACiQ Assessment and reporting advice and guidelines brings together advice about assessment, making judgments and reporting in a single document.

Year 5 Health and Physical Education -- The Years 3 to 6 Health and Physical Education: ACiQ Assessment and reporting advice and guidelines brings together advice about assessment, making judgments and reporting in a single document.

This is a set of seven lesson plans and a video about how students can enhance their physical and mental wellbeing and value it in their lives. The resource focuses on eating for wellbeing, the need for hydration and sufficient sleep, healthy lifestyles and physical activity, keeping safe, and belonging.

National Rugby League Primary Logo on Chris Creamer's Sports Logos Page - SportsLogos. A virtual museum of sports logos, uniforms and historical items.

Who influences me? – C2C Health and Physical Education Year 6 Unit 1 - In this teaching unit, students explore how important people in their lives, and the media, can influence health behaviour. Students examine how membership of different groups and personal qualities shape identity. Students examine influences on health behaviour and construct a health message for their peers.

UNITE – Health and Physical Education — Movement and physical activity Year 5 Unit 4 - In this teaching unit, students will demonstrate skills to work collaboratively and play fairly to solve movement challenges.

Who influences me? – C2C Health and Physical Education Year 6 Unit 1 - In this teaching unit, students explore how important people in their lives, and the media, can influence health behaviour. Students examine how membership of different groups and personal qualities shape identity. Students examine influences on health behaviour and construct a health message for their peers.

UNITE – Health and Physical Education — Movement and physical activity Year 5 Unit 4 - In this teaching unit, students will demonstrate skills to work collaboratively and play fairly to solve movement challenges.

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