Health & Physical Education

The Katanning Senior High School Health and Physical Education Department caters to all students, from years 7-12 with a variety of general and optional courses.

Students in years 7-10 are enrolled in the General Health and Physical Education Course which is delivered over four teaching periods each week. Sporting contexts include soccer, foorball, t- ball, cricket, netball and several other team based activities, while Health topics include wellness, growth and development, safety and lifestyle choices.

Specialised Physical Education is an optional subject delivered to year 9 and 10 students. This program consists of individual and team sporting contexts combined with personal fitness and outdoor pursuits. Students enrolled in Specialised Physical Education are also introduced to basic Biomechanical and Exercise Physiology Theory as a pathway towards Certificate I & II in Sport and Recreation.

The Certificate I & II in Sport and Recreation is a Vocational Education and Training course offered to Year 11 and 12 students. This program is delivered in partnership with The Great Southern Institute of Technology and delivers a nationally recognised qualification upon completion.

 

 

Athletics Carnival – Thursday, 5 November 2015

November 3, 2015

Parents, guradians and students are advised that this Thursday, 5 November, the Katanning Senior High School Athletics Carnival will be...

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Bendigo Bank Netball Competition

May 19, 2015

  Champion Senior Boys Team The 2015 Katanning Senior High School Netball Squad travelled to the Albany Leisure Centre on...

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