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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
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
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 Released in the late ‘90s, the 16 year-old curriculum is the most out of date in all of Canada – and it has had a very real impact on our kids.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
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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