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Assessment Resource Centre (ARC)

  1. Stage 2
  2. Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  3. Foundation Statement
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Personal Development, Health and Physical Education – Stage 2 Foundation Statement

Fundamental Movement and Physical Activity
Students apply movement skills in dance, gymnastics, games and sports, and practise manipulative skills in a range of minor games. They perform movement sequences with consistency and control and demonstrate cooperation, effort and practice in physical activity. Students demonstrate proficiency in the fundamental movement skills of static balance, sprint run, vertical jump, catch, hop, side gallop, skip and overarm throw through practice and application in different games and sports. They participate in physical activity and investigate how it contributes to a healthy and active lifestyle.
Activities: Fundamental Movement Skills, Fundamental Movement Skills: Striking, Benefits of Physical Activity Fact Sheet, Feelings About Being Active
Healthy Choices
Students describe the factors that influence healthy lifestyle decisions and demonstrate an understanding of the decision-making process. They examine how the use of drugs such as tobacco and alcohol can cause harm. They investigate nutritional choices relating to cultural beliefs, special dietary needs and 'fast food'. Students demonstrate behaviours to stay safe at home, on and near roads, when travelling to and from school, and near water. They demonstrate the capacity to deal with unsafe situations including abuse, bullying and harassment.
Activities: Special Needs Menu
Self and Relationships
Students recognise individual strengths and limitations and they identify characteristics that make them unique. They explore body changes that occur during life, including puberty. Students explain how positive relationships are formed and the importance of effective communication of feelings and needs in maintaining relationships. They recognise the rights, values and feelings of others and devise strategies to solve problems, recognise and accept differences and manage conflict.
Activities: Challenging Discrimination Poster
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