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New for 2017 - 2018

Physical Education 30 – Leadership Stream

In the 2017/18 school year the Physical Education Department at Sir Winston Churchill High School will be offering a course that combines Physical Education 30 and Leadership.  The two aspects of this course will be intertwined and will span the entire school year.  Through their work in this course students will obtain 5 credits for Physical Education 30, as well as 5 CTS credits for Leadership. 

Physical Education Component

  • This new framework will reflect the already established Physical Education 30 course that is offered each semester.  The primary difference being that it will be spread out over the entire year.

Leadership Component

  • Students will be involved in running, creating, organizing, and helping out at school events
  • Classroom learning around the topics of mentorship, leadership, goal setting, motivation, and public speaking.
  • Mentorship in conjunction with our International Student population.
  • A second overnight trip in addition to the camping trip that is already offered in the Physical Education 30 course with a focus on team building.

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Kevin Larsen - kllarsen@cbe.ab.ca.


Welcome to Phys Ed at Sir Winston Churchill

The aim of our Physical Education Department is to provide a program of studies that integrates the four outcomes of our provincial curriculum. We teach about skill, interpersonal relationships, a lifelong commitment to and health benefits derived from physical activity. These outcomes are taught through activities in both school and alternate site environments.

Our teachers work with our students to achieve responsible citizenship, teamwork along with individual achievement and competency. There are a variety of new activities and sports introduced at the physical education 20 – 30 levels.

Alberta Education requires all students to take Physical Education 10. Physical Education 20 and 30 are optional courses whose curriculum stresses lifetime activities. Areas of study include individual sports and lifetime outdoor activities. A student can also specialize into to our Sports Performance 15, 25 and 35 as well as Sports Medicine 15, 25 and 35. Please visit our Course Planning Guide to look at specific program content.

Tim Clack
Curriculum Leader
Physical Education

Updated: December 2018