Health & PE
Written by experienced sport and health professionals to provide superior exam preparation and support.
Written for the NSW Personal Development, Health and Physical Education Stage 6 Syllabus, this thought-provoking series covers core and optional topics from a range of perspectives to provide a solid foundation in the subject area and fully prepare students for success in their HSC exams.
Victoria’s most popular H&HD series for the VCE study design.
Cambridge VCE Health and Human Development Second Edition offers a complete resource package for the Health and Human Development course to develop the knowledge necessary for VCE success.
Revised and reformatted to meet the requirements of the final draft of the Australian Curriculum, these practical and vibrant, full-colour workbooks reflect the way teachers prefer to cover theory content in the health and physical education classroom.
Written by experienced and creative Queensland Physical Education teachers to provide in-depth coverage of the current QSA syllabus.
Utilising contemporary frameworks, Step Forward combines entirely new content with popular and relevant topics along with a comprehensive rationale to help students successfully negotiate the process of personalising and integrating their responses, particularly in Focus Area C.
Written by experienced and creative Queensland teachers to meet the needs of Queensland students studying H&PE in Years 8 to 10.
Written by experienced and creative Queensland teachers, Step Up - Health and Physical Education for Queensland builds upon the foundations established in the H&PE syllabus to comprehensively covers the three core learning strands of Health, Physical Activity, and Personal Development. It also explicitly addresses the Essential Learnings and Standards for H&PE to assist students and teachers in meeting the Queensland Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting (QCAR) Framework requirements.
If your school does not cover some of the areas in the Health and Physical Education for the Australian Curriculum, we offer an Alternate Version as a digital only option. In this Alternate Version, selected content has been reframed in some chapters.
A must have resource to enhance to your PE teaching and coaching skills.
What is game sense? Game sense emphasises the development of tactics and decision-making to develop an understanding of the game, rather than taking a traditional drill-first approach to teaching and coaching sport. Focusing first on tactics rather than technique, game sense encourages students and players to develop technical skills by first recognising and understanding their importance within the context of games, rather than in isolation or as repetitive drills. Developing Game Sense through Tactical Learning - A Resource for Teachers and Coaches offers an Australian perspective on this instructional approach to sport teaching and coaching.