At the core of Health and
Physical Education is the acquisition of movement skills and concepts to enable
students to participate in a range of physical activities – confidently,
competently and creatively. As a foundation for lifelong physical activity participation
and enhanced performance, students acquire an understanding of how the body
moves and develop positive attitudes towards physical activity
At Bellevue Park State
School all students from Prep to Year 6 participate in weekly specialist
Physical Education classes with an emphasis placed on developing the gross and
fine motor skills of our students, especially in the lower school.
During the first and fourth
terms, students are exposed to a series of activities that are aimed at improving
their throwing, catching, kicking and hitting skills. In the second and
third terms, students focus on track and field events as well as studying two
individual units on a particular sport such as Touch, Soccer, Volleyball,
Basketball, Cricket, Badminton, Hockey or Netball.
Additionally, all students in Years
1 to 6 will participate in swimming lesson during Term 4.
School sporting houses
school is divided into three Sports Houses – Pharlap, Gunsynd and Archer. These house names derive from famous race horses in honour of the horse stables that once stood where our school is now built.
are allocated to Houses for sporting competitions. Every effort is made to keep families in the
- Athletics Carnival - Junior
Athletics Carnival - Senior
Cross Country - Junior
Cross Country - Senior
- Queensland Volleyball Cup