Physical Education programs at CPS provide students with a variety of physical activities in a range of indoor and outdoor environments. All sessions are planned in accordance with the Learning Focus and Standards of AusVELS Health and Physical Education for all levels.
Foundation to Year 2 student sessions are based on the practise of basic motor skills focusing towards eventually being able to participate in minor and major games. They participate in and develop control over a range of locomotor activities that require a change of speed, direction and level.
Year 3 and 4 sessions are based on the practise and use of more complex manipulative and locomotor skills such as leaping, dodging, the over-arm throw, dribbling and striking balls, cart wheeling and handstanding.
Year 5 and 6 sessions are based on refining and expanding the range of skills our students have developed over the years and performing them within a game setting. These students participate in Lightning Premiership, House Cross Country and other organized sporting programs within the school to provide exposure to a wide variety of major games.
Additional Programs that are organized for students are: