Physical Education

At Berwick Fields Primary School we take great pride in our Physical Education program. Our Program is developed sequentially from Prep – six and encompasses the Victorian Essential Learning Standards.

Health

The health program is implemented in the classroom through an integrated approach or as a single topic. The program is supported by the Life Education Van and enhanced by visiting speakers.

Physical Education

The physical education program is managed by trained physical education teachers and supported by the classroom teachers, in line with Department of Education’s recommendations regarding time allocations.

In physical education sessions, children participate in a comprehensive skills based program that provides them with a sound base for participation in future sporting activities, and in the development of a healthy lifestyle. Areas of the program are: ball skills, movement education, athletics, cross country, swimming, fitness, minor games and major games.

District Sport

Berwick Fields Primary School is a member of the Edwin Flack District Sports Association and competes in summer and winter interschool matches in the following sports:

Softball, volleystars, rounders, football, basketball, kickball, T- ball, Kanga 8’s cricket, soccer and netball.

We also participate in District swimming, athletics and cross country carnivals. Children have the opportunity to try out for Victorian Primary School teams and to represent our school in district, divisional, regional and state championships.

Extra Sporting Activities Offered

  • Swimming & Water Safety Awareness program for all Prep to Grade 6 students.
  • School aerobics
  • BMX
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Hoop Time
  • Hockey
  • Little athletics
  • Skip a thon week
  • Tri sports day
  • Wheelchair basketball
  • Outdoor Education hike.

Sports Clinics and Expos in a variety of sports drawing on the expertise of elite athletes and the wider community, such as SEDA groups, local TAFE groups, Kambrya College, Hallam Secondary College.

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