The primary Physical Education Program is focused on developing skills for locomotor and non-locomotor movements, and acquiring manipulative skills for the use of small and large equipment. Children develop physical literacy through a variety of movement experiences including gymnastics, folk dancing, parachute activities, fitness, minor games and relays. As the Program advances from Kindergarten to Grade 3, more emphasis is placed on playing modified team games using the fundamental skills learned. Students are introduced to a wide variety of activities and sports, including Tennis, Golf, Swimming, Squash and Cycling.
The Physical Education Program includes:
PE classes are mandatory until Grade 11 and offered as an elective in Grades 11 and 12.
All Grade 11 and 12 students must document 150 minutes of instructional or non-instructional physical activity each week as part of the Graduation Transitions Program.
Students also participate in athletics teams, club sports, intramurals, house challenges and outdoor recreation, as well as community and events like the TC 10K and the Victoria Marathon.