We believe that physical education is a vital component for the development of a student’s physical, mental and social well-being. Our diverse program will allow students the opportunity to develop individual skills and introduce new, enjoyable experiences for life long physical fitness and well-being. We will provide information for knowledge in proper exercise techniques and practices, good nutritional habits.
Regular participation in sport and physical activity can help to reduce the risk of heart failure; improve physical fitness; help with weight management; promote good health; instill self- discipline; develop skill; improve self- confidence; reduce stress and develop lifelong learning skills.
Our students will be able to establish lifelong fitness goals and objectives. These goals will help them develop motor skills necessary to participate successfully and skillfully in different physical activities and to help them become more responsible and respectful to the games’ rules and to their opposing and team players. Thus, this will develop and reinforce cooperative behavior, organization, and responsibility.
Furthermore, our aim is to enable students to appreciate and understand the value of physical education and its relationship to a healthy disciplined, and active lifestyle.
We will try to transition PE department to lead on whole school wellbeing and in particular, adopting the strong evidence base linking getting active with good mental health and improved performance in the classroom.
We believe now is the right time to repurpose our subject very publicly. This secondary PE special supplement aims to lay out the challenges PE faces but also highlight the great practice and innovation that can be achieved when it is driven by a skilled and committed profession.
Students should be able to understand the principles and concepts related to a variety of physical activities, respect themselves and their social and physical environment, and show sensitivity to their own different cultures.
Sagesse High School Physical Education Department’s mission is to provide its students with the importance of physical activity in their lives and its disciplinary values, as well as the skills needed to achieve a healthy lifestyle. A multi-activity approach is used to give students a chance to participate in different sports, learn skills, strategies, and knowledge of individual and team activities. The Objectives of the sports department is to focus on the holistic lifelong process of movement development. Mentioning all of that, we consider in Sagesse High School sports department that all of our students are qualified to be winners in life and we help them through sports to overcome all of the struggles they may face in their future.
Sagesse High School physical education department mission is to provide a quality holistic Physical education to its students despite their physical abilities and ages. The sports department main goal is to supply the students with the importance of physical activity in their lives and its disciplinary values, as well as the skills needed to achieve a healthy lifestyle. A multi-activity approach is used to give students a chance to participate in different sports, learn skills, strategies, and knowledge of individual and team activities. It is our mission to provide an equal opportunity to our students, through planned activities, for physical development in the areas of strength, flexibility, coordination, endurance, balance, agility, range of motion, and power. The Objectives of the physical education department is to focus on the holistic lifelong process of movement development and the human body fitness, as well as helping our students to grow mentally and ethically by controlling their behavior at the end of any competition no matter what is the result they achieve. Mentioning all of that, we consider in Sagesse High School sports department that all of our students are qualified to be winners in life by teaching them the effective disciplinary values through sports to overcome all of the struggles they may face in their future, and to become leaders and responsible citizens.
Physical Education is an integral part of the SHS curriculum. It is a sequential program that provides a crucial link between movement and learning. Through Physical Education our students will attain the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary to lead and sustain a physically active lifestyle.
A physically educated student will:
- Demonstrate competency in skill and movements patterns;
- Apply fitness concepts to achieve and maintain a healthy and physically active lifestyle; and
- Exhibit appropriate personal and social behavior in physical activity.
In the 21st Century, participation in Physical Education classes contributes to the overall success in the child's school and life developing a healthy body, positive character and strong mind.
Preschool division, Nursery, KG1 and KG2:
At the end of the preschool division, the student must be able to acquire the following educational skills: Sensory-motor skills, psychomotor skills, adaptation to his surroundings and gaining balance, to distinguish between standing, walking, running, jumping, throwing, to know how to divide into a groups and teams, how to line up and how to move around.
Lower Elementary division, grade 1, 2 and 3:
At the end of the lower elementary division, the student must be able to learn the rules and regulations in physical education of this division and to acquire the following educational skills: Physical preparation, basic kids’ Athletics, basic football, basic basketball, basic volleyball, small games and team games.
Upper Elementary division, grade 4, 5 and 6:
At the end of the upper elementary division, the student must be able to follow the rules and regulations in physical education of this division and to develop the following educational skills: Physical preparation, fitness, kids’ Athletics developed, football, basketball, volleyball, badminton.
The student must be integrated into a sports team and be able to practice the acquired drills.
Intermediate division, grade 7, 8 and 9:
At the end of the intermediate division, the student must be able to practice the rules and regulations in physical education and must be able to develop and evolve all the skills already acquired in the following sports: football, basketball, athletics and volleyball as well as be able to participate in inter-school competitions and to play in the school team.
Secondary AP division, grade 10, 11, and 12, and LP division, Sec1, Sec2 and Sec3:
At the end of this division, the student must be able to familiarize himself with the rules and regulations of physical education and must be able to perform all the skills already acquired in the following sports: football, basketball, athletics and volleyball as well as be able to be a member of a high-level team in inter-school competitions and national competitions.