Physical Education

NAME EMAIL COURSE OUTLINES
Leah Bosello
(Dept. Head)
Leah.Bosello@burnabyschools.ca
Chris Harrison Athletic Director Christopher.Harrison@burnabyschools.ca 
Greg Campbell Greg.Campbell@burnabyschools.ca
Emily Edgecumbe emily.edgecumbe@burnabyschools.ca
Dave Gaudet David.Gaudet@burnabyschools.ca

ATHLETICS WEBSITE 

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PHE fees will vary on the year. PHE 8, 9 & 10 will be given a flat fee at the beginning of the course to be paid via School Cash Online (preferred), by cheque or cash to our bookkeeper. These fees will pay for Fitness Fridays. fieldtrips and guest instructors. Due to COVID-19, our ability to have guests entre the building, or leave the school premise will vary given the recommended BC Health guidelines. Your child’s PHE teacher will communicate what fees are required at the beginning of the course.

 

Grade 8: Physical Health Education

Physical Health Education is a required course in Grade 8. At Cariboo Hill Secondary, PHE 8 classes are combined with our PHE 9 classes. Students will develop the following: personal and social responsibility, proper technique for fundamental movement skills, including non-locomotorlocomotor, and manipulative skills, movement concepts and game strategies, ways to monitor and adjust physical exertion levels, how to participate in different types of physical activities, including individual and dual activitiesrhythmic activities, and games training principles to enhance personal fitness levels. Our students develop a strong knowledge in varying health units: Mental Health, Active Living and Healthy Relationships and Reproductive Health.

Students are evaluated on the following:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

 Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/8/core

 Grade 9: Physical Health Education

Physical Health Education is a required course in Grade 9. At Cariboo Hill Secondary, PHE 9 classes are combined with our PHE 8 classes. Students will develop the following: personal and social responsibility, proper technique for fundamental movement skills, including non-locomotorlocomotor, and manipulative skills, movement concepts and game strategies, ways to monitor and adjust physical exertion levels, how to participate in different types of physical activities, including individual and dual activitiesrhythmic activities, and games training principles to enhance personal fitness levels. Our students develop a strong knowledge in varying health units: Mental Health, Active Living and Healthy Relationships and Reproductive Health.

 Students are evaluated on the following:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/9/core

Grade 10: Physical Education

Physical Health Education 10 is a graduation requirement. Students will continue to develop the following: personal and social responsibility, proper technique for fundamental movement skills, including non-locomotorlocomotor, and manipulative skills, movement concepts and game strategies, ways to monitor and adjust physical exertion levels, how to participate in different types of physical activities, including individual and dual activitiesrhythmic activities, and games training principles to enhance personal fitness levels. Our students develop a strong knowledge in varying health units: Mental Health, Active Living and Healthy Relationships and Reproductive Health.

Students are evaluated on the following:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/10/core


Grade 11: Active Living

In Active Living 11, students will be evaluated on an on-going basis on their active engagement in all PHE units. Promoting the importance of lifelong physical activity is our ultimate goal for every student, at a level in which they can both enjoy it and benefit from its many rewards. Students will take part in a wide range of sport opportunities, including possible fieldtrips. Students will be expected to self-report on their learnings in the areas of mental well-being, positive relationship building, stress and anxiety management and advocating for the health and wellness of others. Students in Active Living 12 are also required to demonstrate growth in the area of leadership amongst their peers.

Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on their ability to develop and maintain healthy active living goals:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/11/active-living

Note:  Physical and Health Education 10 is a graduation requirement.

Grade 12: Active Living

In Active Living 12, students will be evaluated on an on-going basis on their active engagement in all PHE units. Promoting the importance of lifelong physical activity is our ultimate goal for every student, at a level in which they can both enjoy it and benefit from its many rewards. Students will take part in a wide range of sport opportunities, including possible fieldtrips. Students will be expected to self-report on their learnings in the areas of mental well-being, positive relationship building, stress and anxiety management and advocating for the health and wellness of others. Students in Active Living 12 are also required to demonstrate growth in the area of leadership amongst their peers.

Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on their ability to develop and maintain healthy active living goals:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/12/active-living

Note:  Physical and Health Education 10 is a graduation requirement.

Grade 11: Fitness & Conditioning

In Fitness and Conditioning 11, students will use the principles of program design, including training principles to enhance personal fitness levels, such as the FITT principleSAID principle, and specificity. In addition, they will be taught proper nutrition to fuel the body, basic body anatomy and the dangers on performance-enhancing supplements and drugs will also be discussed. Students should be able to reflect on their progress throughout the course and come out with a greater understanding on how to maintain their health and wellness after high school, in addition to successfully setting and maintaining realistic and achievable health goals.

Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on their ability to develop and maintain healthy fitness goals:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/11/fitness-and-conditioning.  

Grade 12: Fitness & Conditioning

In Fitness and Conditioning 12, students will use the principles of program design, including training principles to enhance personal fitness levels, such as the FITT principleSAID principle, and specificity. In addition, they will be taught proper nutrition to fuel the body, basic body anatomy and the dangers on performance-enhancing supplements and drugs will also be discussed. Students should be able to reflect on their progress throughout the course and come out with a greater understanding on how to maintain their health and wellness after high school, in addition to successfully setting and maintaining realistic and achievable health goals.

Evaluation: Students will be evaluated on their ability to develop and maintain healthy fitness goals:

  • Participation: 60%
  • Personal and Social Responsibility: 25%
  • Health: 15%

Additional information of curricular competencies can be found on the BC government website: https://curriculum.gov.bc.ca/curriculum/physical-health-education/12/fitness-and-conditioning

Physical Health Educators:

  1. Leah Bosello (Department Head of PHE):bosello@burnabyschools.ca
  2. Greg Campbell (PHE Teacher):campbell@burnabyschools.ca
  3. David Gaudet (PHE Teacher): gaudet@burnabyschool.ca
  4. Christopher Harrison (PHE Teacher/ Athletic Director):harrison@burnabyschools.ca
  5. Emily Edgecumbe (PHE Teacher):edgecumbe@burnabyschools.ca