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A Curriculum worth Celebrating!

Friday, August 28, 2015
  How the Revised Secondary H&PE Curriculum Connects the Dots for Holistic Student Health For the last five years, Ontario’s educators have been using a 16-year-old Health and Physical Education (H&PE) curriculum—a document older than many of the students themselves. After a long wait, a...

Owning the Game

Monday, June 1, 2015
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How Student Choice in H&PE can lead to a Lifelong Love of Physical Activity As adults, we have different preferences when it comes to getting active—some like a relaxing stroll while others go for a long run... some prefer the music and movement of a dance class while others crave the fast-...

The Revised H&PE Curriculum: Helping Students Develop Skills for Healthy, Active Living

Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Students in gymnasium
With the release of Ontario's revised elementary and secondary Health and Physical Education (H&PE) Curriculum, there's never been a better time for Ontario educators, grades 1–12, to take a new, more comprehensive approach to the subject. But, rest assured, while the revised curriculum may...

H&PE is here. It’s happening. And it’s about time.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015
H&PE Class
For five years, Ontario’s students have been using a curriculum that’s older than many students themselves. Released in the late ‘90s, the 16 year-old curriculum is the most out of date in all of Canada – and it has had a very real impact on our kids. But on February 23, with the release of the...

Working Together, Walking Together

Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Walking Together article image
How Active Transportation is Strengthening Communities & Helping York Region Students Lead Healthy, Active Lives When it comes to using forms of active transportation—such as walking or biking to school—the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card[i] has once again given Canadian children a...

Take it Outside! Practical Strategies for Being Active Outside

Friday, June 29, 2012
Children playing outside on a field.
Feeling cooped up? Need a change of scenery? We all do from time to time; so why stay in when you can take it outside? Using outdoor facilities is an excellent way to include a wider range of activities in your physical activity programming and introduce students or campers to places they can go...

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