Physical Education Pathway


Through learning and by participating in movement challenges and health-related contexts, students reflect on their well-being and how to improve it. As they develop resilience and a sense of personal and social responsibility, they are increasingly able to take responsibility for themselves and contribute to the well-being of those around them, and those in the local communities.


  • Thinking
  • Relating to others
  • Using language, symbols, and texts
  • Managing self
  • Participating and contributing

Pathways this course contributes towards

A career in sport, health or physical education is dynamic, diverse and rewarding. By working in these fields, you have the chance help people and communities to become the best version of themselves through educating and promoting the benefits of health and wellness.

The number of jobs in these fields are increasing, with disciplines including coaching, physiotherapy, nursing, personal training, sport psychology, teaching, sports science, community health and event management growing in scale.

Other essential information

All students involved in senior Physical Education are expected to be able to participate willingly and challenge themselves.

I chose to take Level 3 Physical Education as it has given me an opportunity to gain a better understanding of my life with sport in the future. By taking PE it has allowed me to build on skills such as teamwork and communication through having to adapt to certain situations with different people. Level 3 PE also provides new skills such as critical thinking and modifying behaviours to relate more to others.

Future Career:

Keighley Simpson – Year 12 Physical Education


Narelle O’Byrne

(Leader of Learning)

Russy Graham 

Jordan Haylock

Megan Hitchcock

Joan Hodson