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.
Assessment in PHE is an essential component of purposeful and meaningful learning experiences for students.
The Canadian Physical and Health Education (PHE) Competencies are intended to spark change and be a guiding
Educating learners through movement, which encompasses performing, creating, and valuing dance experiences.
Practices and approaches to support gender and sexually diverse students in physical and health education to positively impact their lifelong health and well-being.
Schools provide a unique setting to support the wellbeing of children and youth in Canada and to promote the
Intramurals are fun, inclusive, and provide something for everyone.
Understand how mental health impacts learning, how to find supports and resources, and build resiliency among students and staff.
What is physical literacy and what does it mean to you and your kids.
Ensuring your children have the opportunity to develop the knowledge, skills, and habits that they need to lead physically active lives.
Recess is one of the few times in the school day for free play and social interaction
Schools can play a critical role in improving student health and well-being by managing school-related sedentary behaviour and screen use.
Enhance knowledge and understanding in fostering healthy, active children and youth.