Health and Physical Education Learning Area outcomes are linked to the progressive development of a healthy, active lifestyle for students. All students progress throughout their schooling to higher levels of skills and knowledge about influences that enable the attainment of healthy active lifestyles. Students also utilise time in the Health and Physical Education Learning area to develop self-management skills based on informed decision making. Central to the ongoing education of each student is the development of interpersonal skills for the establishment and maintenance of effective relationships in life.
The Health and Physical Education Learning Area encourages and monitors the values each student places on achieving a healthy, active lifestyle. Outcomes are predominantly addressed through learning in such areas as Health Education, Physical Education, Outdoor Education, Fitness options, Sport and Recreation and Interschool sports.
Fremantle College encourages participation in sports, both in school time and after school. See the AFL Academy and Specialist Marine Studies Program tab for details on our specialised sport, and see below for examples of activities in which a large number of students participate.
All School Activities including:
- House Swimming Carnival
- House Athletics Carnival
- Fremantle Cup – Staff versus Students
Interschool Sporting Teams including:
- Interschool Lightning Carnivals
- Specialist Marine Studies camps
- Specialist Marine Studies excursions
- AFL Academy excursions and incursions
- Beach Volleyball competitions
- High School Cup AFL
- Zone Swimming Carnivals
- Interschool Swimming Carnivals
- Interschool Athletics Carnivals
- Interschool Cross Country
- Stephen Michael Foundation events
- Touch Rugby