Health and Physical Education
The Health and Physical Education curriculum is strongly driven by the Australian Curriculum and the requirements of the SACE. Students are encouraged learn through movement, be active and participate in a wide variety of activities and sports.
Physical Education is compulsory for one semester in Year 7, Year 8, Year 9 and Year 10.
Students are also able to choose elective subjects in Year 9 and Year 10 that include: Specialist Physical Education, Girls’ Physical Education, Pre-Sport Studies, Specialist Netball and Specialist AFL.
In the senior years within Health and Physical Education, Stage 1 and Stage 2 students can study Sport Studies, Health and Wellbeing and Outdoor Education.
The Year 9 and Year 10 Soccer Academy are open to students after a trial, application and selection process in the year prior. Students in the academy will complete the Integrated Learning Stage 1 Course over two subject lines each semester on Tuesday and Thursday each week. The structure of the Soccer Academy program will include a focus on soccer, futsal and 5-a-side skill development, fitness and competitions. Theory components will include skill development, gameplay, tactics, fitness, coaching, refereeing and management of injuries.
Craigmore High School compete in a number of interschool sports carnivals throughout the year including European Handball, Soccer, Indoor Cricket, Futsal, Football, Tag Rugby and Netball.
CHS are one of the best performing schools in the Northern Zone and are current champions in a number of these sporting events including Northern Zone Open Boys Indoor Cricket champions, Northern Zone Year 8 Boys Weekly Sport Handball Champion, Northern and North East Vista Athletics Carnival Year 8 Girls Division B Champions and Northern Zone Year 8/9 Girls 5-a-side Soccer Champions.