2024 PHE National Conference

2024 PHE National Conference

May 1-4, 2024

Learning Centre Promo ImagePHE Learning Centre

The PHE Learning Centre provides access to practical and fun physical and health education activities for in-person and remote learning, in addition to PHE Community connections, self-care strategies, and professional development programs.

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Teaching Tools

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

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Professional Learning

Advance your knowledge and capacity to support your students and school community.

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Community

Connecting, supporting, and recognizing PHE Champions.

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Events

Connect, share, learn, and grow through PHE and healthy school events.

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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

2024 PHE Canada Youth Forum
2024 PHE Canada Youth Forum feature image

Registration is open! The PHE Canada Youth Forum is looking for youth across Canada who are interested in having their voice heard. This event will occur on Saturday, March 23rd, 2024 via Zoom from 12:00pm - 3:00pm ET.

2024 PHE National Conference

We are inviting professionals who share our Vision of “all children and youth in Canada live healthy, physically active lives” to join us for #PHESK2024!

New PHE Canada Resource Launched
School-Based Physical Activity Experiences for Students of All Abilities

Support students with a disability in your school community and enhance the inclusivity and accessibility of your everyday physical activity programming. Download the guidebook and poster for free now.

Students Together Moving to Prevent Tobacco Use
Students Together Moving to Prevent Tobacco Use

The STOMP project is a multi-year pilot project that takes a comprehensive approach to curb commercial tobacco [and vaping] use by targeting the student population and its unique characteristics, norms, and needs directly.

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PHE Empowerment Grant Recipients Announced
PHE Empowerment Grant Recipients Announced

$20,000 was distributed to 12 deserving communities.

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Events

2024 PHE Canada Research Forum

The Research Forum is guided by the PHE Canada Research Council and provides a convening opportunity for academics, graduate students, and practitioners with a common interest in physical and healt

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