The Stage 6 Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation course is a 2 Unit subject that develops in each student the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to adopt active and health promoting lifestyles. Students also develop their skills in a variety of sports, as well as to coach, train and referee sporting activities.
What will you be taught?
Across the Preliminary and HSC courses, the following modules may be selected for study:
- First Aid and Sports Injuries
- Games and Sports Applications 1 and 2
- Healthy Lifestyle
- Individual Games and Sports Applications
- Outdoor Recreation
- Resistance Training
- Social Perspectives of Games and Sports
- Sports Administration
- Sports Coaching and Training
Throughout the Preliminary course, four modules are selected from the above list and are taught and assessed in a mostly practical based method.
Higher School Certificate Course
Throughout the HSC course, four different modules are selected from the above list and are taught and assessed in a mostly practical based method.
Particular Course Requirements:
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Is this course a Category A or Category B course?
Not Applicable – Content Endorsed Course.
Who can you ask for more information?
Mrs Karam, Ms Hunter, Ms Reilly-Brown, Ms Baldwin.
Does this course count towards your ATAR?
What types of assessments will be used to determine your final mark?
Examinations and Assessment Tasks (practical and theory based).
There is a $10 fee that is included with this subject, which is used to buy textbooks and sporting equipment.
It is recommended that students have interest and ability in particularly the practical component of the PDHPE course. This course may lead to a career in fitness coaching, personal training, sports management, physiotherapy and physical education careers.