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The Ontario Physical Education Safety Guidelines

Friday, March 10, 2017
Spring is almost here which means activities like track and field, football, soccer, and outdoor education are just around the corner! Make sure you’re following the current Ontario Safety Guidelines which ensure safe practices in every activity, to minimize risk. Key sections to check out include...

Sir James Dunn Public School Takes a Stand Against Sexual Violence

Thursday, March 2, 2017
With the help of Draw-the-Line, Egale Canada Human Rights Trust, and White Ribbon Canada, Ophea’s Campaign Messengers: Taking a Stand! Is an initiative that supports engaging children and youth in conversations focusing on healthy relationships, consent, respect and equality.  Educators and...

#OpheaChat Supporting Students’ Positive Mental Health

Friday, February 24, 2017
Ophea’s February 22nd Twitter Chat on How H&PE Supports Students’ Mental Health was a great success! Thank you to all #OpheaChat participants, and to our moderator Heather Gardner (@CatchingHeather). Many great discussions took pace and a lot of ideas and implementation tips were shared...

February Feature Healthy School: Venerable Michael J. McGivney Catholic Elementary School

Thursday, February 16, 2017
We are excited to have 278 registered Healthy Schools, representing 51 school boards across the province for Ophea’s Healthy Schools Certification 2016/17 school year! You can find out if schools from your board have registered by viewing the Registered Schools List.  Every month, until June, we’ll...

January Feature Healthy School: John McCrae Public School

Thursday, January 19, 2017
The second year of Ophea’s Healthy Schools Certification has begun! We are excited to have 278 registered Healthy Schools, representing 51 school boards across the province for the 2016/17 school year! You can find out if schools from your board have registered by viewing the Registered Schools...

#FactFriday: Bringing you 4 reasons to get students active this winter!

Friday, January 13, 2017
two teachers in front of class showing students arm stretch moves
Winter is here! With the days shorter and the recess colder, even the best of us [or our students] can get a little blue.  Did you know that “more than one in five boys and one in three girls report feeling depressed or low at least once or more on a weekly basis?”[i] Luckily, moving more and...

New H&PE Secondary Resources!

Tuesday, January 10, 2017
students doing physical activities in gynmasium
The wait is finally over! Ophea has just launched new comprehensive resources to support secondary educators in quality implementation of the 2015 Health and Physical Education (H&PE) Curriculum: Grades 9-12. Ophea's new H&PE Secondary Resources include a variety of supplements, samples,...

Well-being for the New Year – Motivation from Ophea Staff

Wednesday, December 14, 2016
iilistration of diverse cartoon people figures jumping in the snow
Goodbye 2016, hello 2017...well almost. There’s something about a fresh start that sparks energy and ponder (for the sceptic in us). Thoughts of starting something new, grand and perhaps out of reach, have been conveniently excused with the words “I’ll do it next year”. And now, with 2017 just days...

First Nations Inspired Daily Physical Activities

Thursday, December 8, 2016
young students walking with parachute
Ophea’s First Nations Inspired Daily Physical Activities (DPA) resource makes it easy and fun to incorporate DPA into school or community programs for primary, junior and intermediate students (ages 5-14). The resource was developed in consultation with First Nations educators and includes 30...

December Feature Healthy School: Highgate Public School

Thursday, December 1, 2016
Highgate Public School Healthy Schools active calendar board
The second year of Ophea’s Healthy Schools Certification has begun! We are excited to have 278 registered Healthy Schools, representing 51 school boards across the province for the 2016/17 school year! You can find out if schools from your board have registered by viewing the Registered Schools...

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