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Learn more about the evidence, emerging trends, and the best and promising practices that support us all in being attentive and responsive to the ever-changing needs of society in fostering healthy, active children and youth.

The after school time period, 3 – 6 p.m. is a critical time for children and youth. Find activity plans, checklists, and materials to support your after school programming.

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Assessment in PHE is an essential component of purposeful and meaningful learning experiences for students.

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The Canadian Physical and Health Education (PHE) Competencies are intended to spark change and be a guiding

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Educating learners through movement, which encompasses performing, creating, and valuing dance experiences.

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Practices and approaches to support gender and sexually diverse students in physical and health education to positively impact their lifelong health and well-being.

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Schools provide a unique setting to support the wellbeing of children and youth in Canada and to promote the

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Intramurals are fun, inclusive, and provide something for everyone.

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Understand how mental health impacts learning, how to find supports and resources, and build resiliency among students and staff.

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What is physical literacy and what does it mean to you and your kids.

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Ensuring your children have the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and habits that they need to lead physically active lives.

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Recess is one of the few times in the school day for free play and social interaction

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Schools can play a critical role in improving student health and well-being by managing school-related sedentary behaviour and screen use.

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Enhance knowledge and understanding in fostering healthy, active children and youth.

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