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The Institute for Catholic Education has developed resources to assist school and system administrators in the implementation of the recently revised Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum. The communication materials on this page introduce the curriculum expectations and demonstrate linkages between Health and Physical Education, Grades 1-8 and Grades 9-12, the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations, the Family Life Education curriculum, Fully Alive, and other Catholic resources.



Elementary Educators

  • Ontario’s Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 – An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators

    Ontario's Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 - An Overview for Catholic Elementary Educators
  • Understanding Ontario’s Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 – And How it Will be Taught in Catholic Elementary Schools

    Understanding Ontario's Health & Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 - And How it Will be Taught in Catholic Elementary Schools

    Exploring the Health and Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015 – Placemat
    Click on each image to view and download the full text for the placemat, facilitator’s guide and accompanying presentations.

    • Exploring the Health and Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015

      Exploring the Health and Physical Education (HPE) Curriculum, 2015

    • Facilitator’s Guide - Exploring Connections between Ontario’s Revised Health and Physical Education Curriculum and the Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations

      Facilitator’s Guide -
      Exploring Connections between Ontario’s Revised
      Health and Physical Education Curriculum and the
      Ontario Catholic School Graduate Expectations

    • Part One: An Overview of the Placemat

      Part One: An Overview of the Placemat

    • Part Two: Expectations for Students

      Part Two: Expectations for Students

    • Part Three: Curriculum Strands & Fundamental Principles

      Part Three: Curriculum Strands & Fundamental Principles

    • Part Four: Healthy Living - Personal Safety & Injury Prevention

      Part Four: Healthy Living - Personal Safety & Injury Prevention

    • Part Five: Healthy Living - Human Development & Sexual Health

      Part Five: Healthy Living - Human Development & Sexual Health

    A Monograph to Support Catholic Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of the Ontario Health
    & Physical Education Curriculum 2015

    Click on each image to view and download the full text for the monograph, facilitator’s guide and accompanying presentations.

    • A Monograph to Support Catholic Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of the Ontario Health & Physical Education Curriculum 2015

      A Monograph to Support Catholic Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of the Ontario Health
      & Physical Education Curriculum 2015

    • Facilitator’s Guide - A Monograph to Support Catholic Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of the Ontario Health & Physical Education Curriculum 2015

      Facilitator’s Guide - A Monograph to Support Catholic Elementary Teachers in the Implementation of the Ontario Health & Physical Education Curriculum 2015

    • Part One: An Introduction to the Monograph

      Part One: An Introduction to the Monograph

    • Part Two: Making Connections Between HPE & FLE

      Part Two: Making Connections Between HPE & FLE

    • Part 3: The Foundation for Implementation

      Part 3: The Foundation for Implementation

    • Part Four: Understanding Consent

      Part Four: Understanding Consent

    • Part Five: Connecting Living Skills to Catholic Graduate Expectations

      Part Five: Connecting Living Skills to Catholic Graduate Expectations