Physical Education and Health

The Physical Education Program

at Kilberry Valley Primary School

allows students to continue to develop

their fundamental movement skills

as they progress through year levels.


 

We believe our programs enables students to develop:

Team Work, Co-Operation and Respect.

Students are able to showcase their skills in the following events:

Athletics Day

 Cross Country and The Kilberry Valley Fun Run

 Kea cup Netball Tournament

Kanga 8’s Cricket Tournament

Competing in various inter-school events

District Swimming events


 

2017

 

 

ATHLET

 

ICS

KVPS Athletics carnival

 


Cross Country

'Fun Run'

 


Prep-Year 2

Students participate in a variety of activities aimed to target their fundamental movement skills. This semester students focused on the development of Kicking “Soccer” Style, Underarm Throwing and Dribbling “Basketball” style.





Senior Physical Education

Students undertake work within their 'Sportfolios', allowing students to track their progress and focus on achieving personal best results. During Semester one students participated in 7 Athletic events and showcased their progressions at the Kilberry Valley Athletics Carnival

 

 

GRADE 6 SPORT

Winter inter-school sport starts in term 2 where grade 6 students have the opportunity to compete against other local schools in the district. Students select a sport from Netball, football, Tee-ball, Soccer and Kickball.

 

Camping Program

Year 3 – 2 Nights at Mt.Morton Camp

Year 4 – 2 Nights at Phillip Island Adventure Park

Year 5- 2 Nights Waratah Bay Camp

Year 6- 3 Nights Briars Camp

 

 

 

It is a Perceptual Motor Program (PMP) that allows them to develop their gross and fine motor skills, as well as basic fundamental movements like balancing, jumping, climbing, throwing and catching.  A child's perception and understanding of him/her self and his/her world is enhanced and improvement through movement and motor experiences.

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HEALTH:

Grade 1 students are learning about healthy foods

with specific focus on fruit and vegetables.

Grade 2 students are learning how to read nutritional labels on cereal boxes to decide on healthy breakfast options.

Grade 3 students are discovery their personal qualities and traits and how that can benefit them in their lives. They are learning that everyone is unique and has their own identity.   

 

 Watch our '10 with Me' Video

(created for our Healthy Living Day)


 

Watch our 'Breakfast Club' Video

Translator

 

KVPS - Mrs Cavanaghs's Health Corner

Semester 1

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Health Corner - 1

Health Corner - 2

Healthy Tips