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Title: PDHPE Presentation


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PDHPE in Primary Education
  • The Nature Role of PDHPE in Australian Schools

Community Information Presentation
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Why teach PDHPE at school?An Introduction
Access the Parents Guide to the NSW Primary
Syllabuses at http//k6.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.a
u/go/parents/pdhpe
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Why is PDHPE important?
Children between the ages of 5-12 greatly benefit
from being physically active. It can
Commonwealth of Australia, 2004
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Why is PDHPE included in the Primary Curriculum?
BoS, 2007
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Why is PDHPE included in the Primary Curriculum?
BoS, 2007
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In Summary
  • Personal Development, Health and Physical
    Education develops the knowledge, skills and
    attitudes students need to lead healthy, active
    and fulfilling lives.
  • Without its inclusion in the Primary Curriculum,
    a portion of children in our society will be
    disadvantaged.
  • They will fail to understand what it takes to
    stay healthy and active through all stages of
    their life.

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References
  • Bailey, R. (2006). Physical education and sport
    in schools A review of benefits and outcomes.
    Journal of School Health. 76 (8) 397-401.
  • Board of Studies, NSW. (2007). Personal
    development, health and physical education K-6
    syllabus. Board of Studies NSW, Sydney.
    Australia.
  • Board of Studies. (2008). Parents Guide to the
    NSW Primary Syllabuses. Accessed March 20, 2011,
    from http//k6.boardofstudies.nsw.edu.au/go/parent
    s/pdhpe
  • Commonwealth of Australia. (2004). Australias
    physical activity recommendations for 5-12 year
    olds. Department of Health and Aging. Canberra,
    Australia.
  • Tinning, R., Kirk, D., Evans, J. (1993). What
    stands for physical education in primary schools?
    Learning to teach physical education. Englewood
    Cliffs, New Jersey, Prentice Hall.
  • Tinning, R., MacDonald, D., Wright, J. Hickey,
    C. (2001). How do students learn? In Becoming a
    physical education teacher Contemporary and
    enduring issues. Frenches Forest, NSW, Prentice
    hall.
  • Tinning, R., McCuaig, L., Hunter, L. (2005).
    Teaching health physical education in
    Australian schools. Frenches Forest, NSW. Pearson
    Education.
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