Students learn that humans are made in the image of God and that each person is to be respected, cared for and kept safe.
By the end of Foundation Year, students recognise how they are growing and changing. They identify and describe the different emotions people experience. They identify actions that help them be healthy, safe and physically active. They identify different settings where they can be active and demonstrate how to move and play safely. They describe how their body responds to movement.
Students use personal and social skills when working with others in a range of activities. They demonstrate, with guidance, practices and protective behaviours to keep themselves safe and healthy in different activities. They perform fundamental movement skills and solve movement challenges.
Students learn that humans are made in the image of God. They understand that all life is sacred, and that each person is to be respected, cared for and kept safe.
Students learn that they are good and unique beings, gifted by God. They are supported to use the anatomical names of private body parts when developing their understanding of body ownership, privacy, respect and responsibility.
Students continue to learn about just and respectful relationships, love and forgiveness. They develop their ability to make decisions to enhance their own and others’ safety and wellbeing. Students are guided to use clues to recognise safe and unsafe situations. They develop strategies
including persistence and use of safety helpers to react to and report unsafe situations.
By the end of Year 2, students describe changes that occur as they grow older. They recognise how strengths and achievements contribute to identities. They identify how emotional responses impact on others’ feelings. They examine messages related to health decisions and describe how to keep themselves and others healthy, safe and physically active. They identify areas where they can be active and how the body reacts to different physical activities.
Students demonstrate positive ways to interact with others. They select and apply strategies to keep themselves healthy and safe and are able to ask for help with tasks or problems. They demonstrate fundamental movement skills in a variety of movement sequences and situations and test alternatives to solve movement challenges. They perform movement sequences that incorporate the elements of movement.
Students learn that humans are made in the image of God, and that their growing and changing bodies and emotions are gifts from God. They understand that each person is to be respected, cared for and kept safe.
Students learn about the influence that others, including the media, may have on their identities, behavior and gender attitudes. Students use anatomical names of private body parts when developing their understanding of body ownership, privacy, respect and responsibility.
Students learn how making loving and just decisions help to build relationships and communities. Students develop situational awareness and use clues to recognise safe and unsafe situations. They react by applying strategies including using networks and reporting unsafe situations to safety helpers.