Physical Education

In Physical Education, students develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to lead an active, healthy lifestyle. Physical Education provides equitable opportunities for all students to realize the benefits of participation in physical activity.

Physical activity supports academic performance in all areas of learning. Physical education is a source of fun and enjoyment and promotes values such as fair play, equality, excellence, commitment, courage, teamwork and respect for self and others.

You must complete a grade 10 Phys Ed course as a minimum requirement for a High School Diploma or Certificate of High School Achievement. In addition to Phys Ed courses, you will have opportunities to enrol in related CTS courses in Sports Medicine, Sports Performance and Sports Leadership.

Dress Code

Students are required to where their Mandela United tshirts and appropriate active wear. 

Contact Information

Physical Education Learning Leader/Athletic Director – Tim Gordon


 

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