Health and Physical Education

Health & Physical Education Studies

This Learning Area includes Health and all of the sporting/ physical education Specialist Elective subjects.

Physical Education is aimed at allowing students to experience a wide range of physical activities so that they can make informed choices about a healthy lifestyle and the pursuit of recreational and competition sports.

All year levels at the College participate in Physical Education lessons for 90 minutes per week. In these lessons, students learn the basic principles, skills and rules of a range of sports. In Years 7 and 8, students also cycle through a series of Elective subjects which include Fitness and Physical recreation. In Year 9 and 10, students can elect to participate in Physical Recreation which includes activities such as leisure sports, fishing, body-boarding and surfing. Students may also participate in Sports Studies and Advanced Sports Studies. These subjects give students an increased understanding of both the physical as well as theoretical aspects of various sports and the skills required to coach those sporting activities.

In Year 11 and 12, students can choose Physical Education Studies (Stage 1 to Stage 3) as well as a Certificate II in Sport and Recreation.

Health classes are compulsory for students in Year 7 to 10. Topics covered include healthy lifestyles, healthy eating, fitness, emotional and physical well-being and relationships.

 

Year 11 Health Studies

 

Year 12 ATAR Health Studies

 

Year 12 ATAR PE Studies

 

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Secondary Life

2018 Senior Prize Night

Recently parents, staff, and senior students gathered to watch their peers receive awards and recognition for good work well done at the Senior Prize Night.

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2018 Year 12 Ball

This years graduating class recently attended their Year 12 Ball. It was a fantastic night and the students looked amazing. Teachers got in on the fun and some wonderful memories were made.

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2018 Swimming Carnival

It was a great day at the MARC for the 2018 Senior Swimming Carnival. Staff and students had a ball as the fierce, but friendly, faction rivalry inspired all. As usual, the BBQ was fired up for lunch and students swam before a packed parent gallery.

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DVD Now On Sale

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Senior Campus Growth

The Senior Campus double-story block is now finished and comes complete with a lift. The new block features large classrooms, science labs, Food Tech, and Workshop Training facilities. Its just a part of the exciting ongoing growth plan at Austin Cove Baptist College. You can see the building project from start to finish in the gallery below.

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Secondary Memories

2017 College Production

What a great journey it was for all involved in 2017's Production "The Three Musketeers - The Last Crusade". The Mandurah Performing Arts Centre came alive to the sights and sounds of Mr Steve Capeners' epic retelling of this classic tale... and audiences loved it!

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Dont miss your chance to re-live the thrills of one the best live shows you'll ever see, with the DVD currently under production and available soon through our ONLINE STORE.

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Honouring Our Fallen

Year 10 students at Austin Cove Baptist College visit the Kings Park War Memorial.

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What a Cake!

The cutting of the Graduation Cake maked the start of another exciting chapter in the lives our 2016 Year 12 Students.

 

Historic Moment

Federal member for Canning Andrew Hastie, with Austin Cove Baptist College Secondary Principal Orlando dos Santos, cutting the ribbon to offically declare the permanent College Campus Open!

 

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