Health and Physical Education

Physical Education

Physical Education at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School provides students’ with the opportunity to develop their movement, interpersonal and social skills, knowledge, game strategies, and confidence to enable them to effectively and positively participate in a wide range of sporting contexts. Students also learn about how the body moves; how to approach and resolve challenges; how to optimise movement performance; and the benefits of physical activity to themselves, others and communities.

From Year 7 through to Year 9 students cover a wide range of traditional sports plus Athletics in Term 3 leading up to our Whole School Athletics Carnival. In year 10 the sports covered will vary from class to class depending on the interests of the student group and the resources available, all classes will still cover Athletics in Term 3.

Year 7 Physical Education

T-Ball
Netball
Sofcrosse
Cricket
Athletics
Basketball

Year 8 Physical Education

Badminton 
Softball
AFL
Touch Rugby
Athletics
Hockey

Year 9 Physical Education

Volleyball
Tennis
Baseball
Soccer
Athletics
Recreational Football or Rugby 

Year 10 Physical Education

Examples of some sports that classes may choose are as follows:

Basketball
American Gridiron
Soccer
Volleyball
Tennis
Low Intensity Exercise Program – Walking (suitable classes only)

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Health Education

Health Education at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School provides opportunities for students to learn how to enhance their health, safety and wellbeing and how they can contribute towards building healthy, safe and active communities. Students are also able to develop skills, self-efficacy and dispositions to advocate for, and positively influence, their own and others' health and wellbeing.

A brief outline of the content covered in each term is provided below. For more detailed information, including student assessments click on the hyperlink.

The school also has a Mental Health Week (Week 1 Term 4 14th – 18th October) where various activities are provided to students to engage in. The aim is to develop students awareness of Mental Health and assist them with building up their capacity to maintain positive wellbeing or seek or provide assistance where required.

 

Year 7 Health Education

Year 8 Health Education

Year 9 Health Education

Year 10 Health Education

Term One

Nutrition             
Healthy Options, Influences       
Physical Activity
Benefits, Strategies, Options

Drugs and Alcohol
Effects, Influences, BAC, Refusal Skills, Scenarios
Smoking
Assertiveness, Refusal Skills

Sexual Health    
Influences, Values, Stereotypes, Contraception  
Drug Education
Physical Activity

Keys for Life Pre-Driver Education Program                              

Term Two

Puberty
Social and Emotional Changes, Transition Challenges, Management Strategies

Nutrition             
Guidelines, Energy Requirements, Label                
Health Promotion
Physical Activity                                               

Risk       
Identification, Contingency Plans
First Aid               
DRSABCD, RICER, Safety

Keys for Life Pre-Driver Education Program                              
Managing Risk - Peer Pressure  
First Aid               

Term Three

Risky Behaviour
Physical Emotional, Financial, Impacts
Personal Safety
Online Safety

Wellbeing
Self Esteem, Social Media, Strategies
Mental Health
Anxiety, Stress, Depression

Mental Health
Support Networks, Strategies
Self-Identity
Emotional Responses    
Conflict Resolution         

Respectful Relationships
Analysing Advertisements           
Sexuality                                             

Term Four

Relationships
Benefits, Influences, Impact

Relationships
Bullying, Harassment, Discrimination, Violence, Effect
Puberty
Coping Strategies, Responsibilities
Relationships    
Consent, Refusal Skills, Power

Respectful Relationships              
Influences, Differences, Sexual Relationships
Harassment, Discrimination and Abuse
Racial Discrimination                     

Influences on Health
Unsafe Sexual Behaviours           
Cultural Practices around Transitioning into Adulthood
Health Services in the Community                           

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Choice Classes

Students have a wide variety of choice subjects that they are able to select from. These include:

Year 7 (Term)

Multi-sport

Year 8 Choice Subjects (Semester)

Multi-sport
Outdoor Education
Sport Development
Semester One – Soccer or Netball
Semester Two - Basketball, Cricket or Touch Rugby
AFL Football Program (Yearlong)

Year 9 Choice Subjects (Semester)

Multi-sport
Outdoor Education
Specialised Sport
Semester One – Soccer or Netball
Semester Two - Basketball, Cricket or Touch Rugby
AFL Football Program (Yearlong)

Year 10 Choice Subjects (Yearlong)

Multi-sport 
Certificate 1 in Sport and Recreation
Outdoor Education
First Aid and Bronze Medallion
Physical Education Studies (4 periods, once choice line plus PE) (invitation only)

All subjects are offered to students; however, a class will only be timetabled if there are sufficient enrolments from students. 

For detailed information on the content covered and the assessment conducted click on the Hyperlink for each class.

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Sporting Competitions 2019

Click here to download the schedule for 2019

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Camps, Expeditions, Excursions 2019

Click here to download the schedule for 2019

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AFL Football Program

The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School AFL Football Program is a talent, behaviour and academic based opportunity for our year 8 and 9 students. The programs aim is to engage our boys and girls in the class room and reward them with the opportunity to represent the school in interschool games, tournaments and camps throughout the year. It is a privilege that is earnt through hard work and behaviour. The goal for our students involved in the program is for them to improve their football skills, behaviour, build leadership qualities and importantly experience success in the classroom.

KBCHS Football Program

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Curriculum and Community