Work samples

Health and Physical Education

Years 1 and 2


Annotated drawing: Being active

Summary of task

Students were involved in a unit of work looking at how to be more active, including the body’s response to physical activity.

Students were asked to draw themselves being active and label what happens to their body when they are active.

The teacher then asked the question, 'What can you do at school or at home to be more active?' The teacher scribed student answers.

This assessment task relates to the focus area: health benefits of physical activity.

Achievement standard

By the end of Year 2, students describe changes that occur as they grow older. They recognise how strengths and achievements contribute to identities. They identify how emotional responses impact on others’ feelings. They examine messages related to health decisions and describe how to keep themselves and others healthy, safe and physically active. They identify areas where they can be active and how the body reacts to different physical activities.

Students demonstrate positive ways to interact with others. They select and apply strategies to keep themselves healthy and safe and are able to ask for help with tasks or problems. They demonstrate fundamental movement skills in a variety of movement sequences and situations and test alternatives to solve movement challenges. They perform movement sequences that incorporate the elements of movement.

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