A range of teaching and learning resources for all educators, which will guide the delivery of engaging and physically active lessons. The resources in this section support schools in the integration of physical activity into the curriculum to provide students in K-10 with the minimum 150 minutes of planned physical activity across the school week.
The School Sport Unit has a range of swimming and water safety resources called 'Let's be water safe!' for Stages 1, 2, and 3 that include units of learning, animations and ready to print resources to support teachers.
'Thinking while Moving in English' and 'Thinking while Moving in mathematics' resources have been created to support students to be active whilst learning in curriculum areas.
The GetActive@Home resources are available to support teachers and parents/carers in keeping students active either at home or to supplement Physical Education programs at school.
Parents and teachers can access activity challenge cards to support children and students to remain active whilst learning at home
A Fast start activity provides students with an opportunity to engage in moderate to vigorous physical activity within the first few minutes of a lesson.
Sport Australia 'Traditional Indigenous Games' activity cards are game-based and help create a safe, inclusive and challenging environment for children.
Sport Australia 'Playing for life' activity cards are designed for teachers, coaches and parents/carers to be adapted to different sports and activities.
The School Sport Unit have a range of resources to support schools to engage their students in physical activity while learning from home.
The Office of Sport has a range of helpful infographics offering tips for parents and participants/athletes that can be viewed and downloaded.
The presentation outlines how the Sport safety guidelines are an effective tool in decreasing the frequency and severity of injury associated with sport and physical activity while promoting healthy participation.
School leaders and teachers can find examples of how the minimum requirements of planned physical activity can be implemented.
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Last updated: 23 November 2021