At Bolinda Primary School, Physical Education (PE) is an integral part of the curriculum for students from Foundation to Year 6. Every week, students participate in PE classes that are designed to develop their basic motor skills, promote teamwork and leadership skills, and above all, have fun while being active.
During PE classes, students will learn and develop skills in a variety of sports such as athletics, T-ball, cricket, softball, basketball, soccer, netball, AFL football, rugby, and more. The program is structured to allow students to progressively build on their skills, whether they are beginners or more experienced players.
For the Senior students, the program includes extra sports sessions that involve inter-school competitions. These competitions provide opportunities for students to represent their school and compete against other schools in a variety of sports. Additionally, thanks to the Sporting Schools initiative, Bolinda Primary School is able to offer a range of free school sporting programs. These programs are held throughout the year and cover different sports, providing students with exposure to new activities and opportunities to develop their skills further.
The PE program at Bolinda Primary School is designed to provide a safe, supportive, and inclusive environment for all students. Teachers strive to create a positive and engaging atmosphere, where students are encouraged to try their best, take risks, and develop a love of physical activity that will benefit them throughout their lives.