One of the requirements of the Education Act is to consult with our school community once every two years, in regards to our health programme and priorities.  The purpose of this is to get your input and feedback about the teaching programmes that support the health and well-being of your children.  Please complete this survey by Friday 25 June, preferably online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/healthsurvey21, or return this copy to the school office. Thank you.
 
Our school health and PE programme is largely integrated into our school conceptual curriculum.  Specific programmes are covered through our inquiry concepts or at a time of specific need.  Please identify how important each of the items below should be throughout your child's primary education.

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* 1. Body Care & Physical Safety

  Very Important Important Not Important
Personal body care and hygiene
Simple first aid
Injury prevention
Sun safety
Fire safety
Basic road safety
Cyber safety

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* 2. Mental Health

  Very Important Important Not Important
Responding to peer pressure
Maintaining healthy friendships
Dealing with bullying
Well-being: being healthy and happy 
Building self esteem
Keeping ourselves safe
Resilience: dealing with stress, anxiety, fear

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* 3. Food & Nutrition

  Very Important Important Not Important
Healthy eating
Food safety
Culture and food

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* 4. Sexuality Education

  Very Important Important Not Important
Puberty and physical change (Year 5&6 only)

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* 5. Outdoor Education

  Very Important Important Not Important
Water safety
Adventure activities e.g. trust games, team problem solving
Outdoor pursuits e.g. kayaking, abseiling
Overnight camp (senior school)

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* 6. Physical Activity

  Very Important Important Not Important
Regular fitness
Competitive sports and games
Fair play and sportsmanship
Skill development within a range of sports
Swimming

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* 7. Do you have any other feedback you feel would be valuable to improving our Health & PE programmes?

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