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PHE Home Learning Centre

Guidelines%20website%20cover%20EN.pngPHE Canada is committed to ensuring that physical and health education is included in back to school plans. We know that it is a vital part of a whole child education and that it is possible to deliver in a safe and healthy way. 
PHE Canada has gathered experts and champions together to create a set of national guidelines to support this implementation - COVID-19 Pandemic: Return to School Canadian Physical and Health Education (PHE) Guidelines

 

Programs

Access quality programs to support the healthy, active development of children and youth

Get with the programs

 

Activate

Enhance your knowledge and understanding in fostering healthy schools and healthy communities.

Think like a leader

 

Connecting

Connect with community champions to share ideas, research, and best practices in fostering healthy, active living for children and youth.

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Inspire

Recognizing and supporting best practices and achievements in healthy schools and healthy communities across the country.

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Be Part of the PHE Community

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Be a part of the national association for physical and health education professionals.

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SUPPORTERS (free category) gain access to deeper features of the website, including the ability to register for resources and programs, and subscribe to PHE Canada e-communications.

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PROFESSIONAL MEMBERS (paid category) receive all the benefits of SUPPORTERS, in addition to exclusive discount offers, website access, and networking opportunities.

Features

PHE Home Learning Centre

The Centre provides access to practical and fun physical and health education activities, in addition to self-care strategies and professional development programs for you.   

2020 PHE National Conference Postponed

Due to evolving concerns over the fast-moving situation with coronavirus COVID-19, the 2020 PHE National Conference is postponed to 2021.

At My Best Program

At My Best (AMB) is a free, curriculum-linked resource designed to support children’s optimal development by inspiring and motivating them to make healthier choices and develop lifelong healthy habits.

Move Think Learn

Move Think Learn Series supports teachers working with children and youth (grades 4-9) develop their physical literacy (knowledge, confidence, and competence) through unique, inclusive, and fun activities. 

Latest

Canada Day Office Closure
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Please note that the PHE Canada office will be closed from Wednesday, July 1 to July 5.

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Events

PHE Spotlight Series

PHE Canada would like to invite to you join us for the PHE Spotlight Series – a series of free, virtual professional development workshops to support and advance quality physical and health educati

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