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Senior physical recreation studies

 

​Outdoor Education

Physical Recreational Studies is an elective School Authority Subject (SAS). The aim of the course is to provide students with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of recreational physical activities that encourage healthy lifestyle practices. Students will also be given the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in other aspects of physical activity; such as Leadership, Team Dynamics, Outdoor Logistics, Risk Management, Social Issues and Technological Advancements.

In accordance with our aim of offering students activities that promote healthy lifestyle choices and an alternative to sports they may already be involved in, it is anticipated that the following recreational activities will be offered: Water Polo, Snorkelling, Orienteering, Squash, Futsal, Softball ,Tenpin bowling, Abseiling, Climbing, Camping, Water Safety and Weight Training.

Due to the nature of this subject there are costs involved, these costs are calculated on the number of students in the subject against the costs of the activities.

Accreditation is available in the following areas; First Aid, Snorkel Guide, Bronze Medallion at an additional reduced cost.

Community Recreation

Physical Recreational Studies is an elective School Authority Subject (SAS). The aim of the course is to provide students with opportunities to participate in a wide variety of recreational physical activities that encourage healthy lifestyle practices. Students will also be given the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in other aspects of physical activity; such as administration, officiating, coaching, social issues and technological advancements.