Health and physical education / Year 3 and 4 / Personal, Social and Community Health / Being healthy, safe and active

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Curriculum content descriptions

Identify and practise strategies to promote health, safety and wellbeing (ACPPS036)

Elaborations
  • identifying how medications and other substances can be stored safely in the home and at school
  • examining their own eating patterns by researching The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating and identifying healthier food choices
  • proposing changes they can make to their daily routines to reduce sedentary behaviour and increase physical activity levels
  • identifying and practising ways of behaving in the playground that ensure the safety of themselves and others
General capabilities
  • Critical and creative thinking Critical and creative thinking
  • Personal and social capability Personal and social capability
ScOT terms

Safety,  Wellbeing,  Health promotion

Teacher resource

Lunch Box Blitz: build a healthy lunch box - lower primary

This website provides resources for teachers, parents and students promoting student health and well-being including lesson plans, student resources including posters, recipes and activities. The resources can be downloaded and easily reproduced for classroom use. The website also provides parent information licensed for ...

Teacher resource

Lunch Box Blitz: build a healthy lunch box - upper primary

This website provides resources for teachers, parents and students promoting student health and well-being including lesson plans, student resources including posters, recipes and activities. The resources can be downloaded and easily reproduced for classroom use. The website also provides parent information licensed for ...

Interactive Resource

Legendairy every day interactive

This is a digital interactive animated resource showing the dairy food group that is one of the five food groups that are important for good health. It features the five food groups and describes the number of serves a 4-8 year child should eat every day. The nutritional components and health benefits of consuming serves ...

Teacher resource

Everyone Everyday Program

This resource is a disability awareness program that focuses on the concept of inclusion. The aim of the program is to equip students with the knowledge, skills and confidence to take action to enhance the inclusion of people with disability, especially children, in everyday life. It includes an overview, teacher background ...

Collection

Student Wellbeing Hub: primary student resources

The primary students' section of the hub contains resources designed for use with students from Foundation to Year 6. Information and activities are provided to help students learn about building respectful relationships with others, online safety, keeping healthy and making informed choices, about alcohol and other drugs. ...

Interactive Resource

Sites2See: Surf safety

A webpage about surfing safety, dangerous waves and rips, and the history and science of surfing. A 'For Kids' section provides games and quizzes for young swimmers and surfers.

Teacher resource

Library Pack: Be Active

This is a teacher guide that uses three picture storybooks to look at healthy lifestyles and exercise. It includes: an introduction and three specific reading activities that involve reading a picture story book and completing follow up learning activities or experiments. The titles of the books and age groups they are ...

Teacher resource

Student Wellbeing Hub

This website, based on the National Safe Schools Framework, offers resources to ensure Australian schools provide a safe and supportive learning environment for all students, free from harassment, aggression, violence and bullying. The site addresses the emerging challenges of cybersafety and cyberbullying and focuses on ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: a focus on student wellbeing and student ownership

This is a web resource to promote student involvement in creating a safe school environment. It describes four characteristics of students' contributions to a safe school and includes key practices and effective actions to enhance student wellbeing, ownership and decision-making. The resource provides a video about approaches ...

Interactive resource

Aches and pains: breaks and fractures

Find out what human bones are made of and why they sometimes break. Learn how the body repairs broken bones, and how healing can be helped with slings or fibreglass casts. Learn about different types of breaks such as a 'greenstick fracture' and 'stress fracture'. Test your knowledge by matching words with their meanings. ...

Interactive Resource

bCyberwise Monster Family App

This is a game application for mobile devices that consolidates messages about cyber ethics and cyber safety. The resource supports learning about internet safety including, protecting personal information, recognising safe websites, help seeking and positive and respectful online behaviour. It contains a 2D exploration ...

Teacher resource

Resilent and inclusive classrooms: professional learning module

This professional learning module focuses on the teaching practices that promote classroom inclusiveness. It offers evidence-based best teaching practices to assist teachers to create a positive classroom climate and provides a range of tools, techniques and links that support the development of student resilience. Strategies ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: engagement, skill development and safe school curriculum

This is a web resource about features of learning and teaching in a safe school environment, describing five characteristics of student engagement, a safe school curriculum and cooperative and relational skills. These descriptions include key practices and effective actions to enhance student engagement, establish cooperative ...

Interactive resource

Aches and pains: cancer

Learn how the human body sometimes makes abnormal cells that grow into tumours. Find out how some cancers spread, and how others cause less harm. Learn how the immune system responds to abnormal cells, and how cancer can be prevented or treated. Learn about different types of cancer such as leukaemia and lung cancer. Test ...

Teacher resource

Alcohol and other drugs: professional learning module

This professional learning module focuses on building teachers’ understanding of alcohol and other drugs and of current, evidence-informed approaches to drug and alcohol education in schools. It offers links to quality resources for teaching students the skills to build resilience and to make informed choices when they ...

Teacher resource

Online safety: professional learning module

This professional learning module focuses on developing teachers’ understanding of online safety and how they can assist their students to build skills to safely use the internet, social media and other forms of digital technology. The module is presented in three interrelated topics: eSafety and health; Digital citizenship; ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: partnerships with families and community

This is a web resource about forming partnerships with families, community organisations and the justice system to facilitate a consistent approach to safety and wellbeing in schools. It describes four characteristics of these partnerships and includes key practices and effective actions for working with families, local ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: a supportive and connected school culture

This is a web resource promoting development of a supportive and connected school culture, an important aspect of safe schools. It describes nine characteristics of a supportive and connected school culture and includes key practices and effective actions that contribute to a safe school. The resource includes an introductory ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: policies and procedures

This is a web resource supporting the development and implementation of clear policies and procedures, drafted, refined and reviewed in collaboration with teachers, parents, carers and students, for creating a safe school environment. The resource describes nine key characteristics of these policies and procedures and also ...

Teacher resource

National Safe Schools Framework: leadership commitment to a safe school

This is a web resource supporting effective leadership for building a safe school environment. It describes ten key characteristics of leadership commitment to a safe school and includes a school audit tool for assessing the extent to which schools have created and maintained a safe and supportive learning environment. ...