Physical Education (P.E.) focusses on the development of student’s fundamental motor skills and gives them an understanding of a variety of sports and games. Each year students practise skills and disciplines including throwing, running, kicking, bouncing and passing to prepare them for activities such as athletics and cross country days.
Across the whole school students participate in a 2 week swimming program that spans from safety around the pool to swimming safety skills and technique in the water.
Bike Ed. is run for Middle Learning House students (3/4) every year for a two week period. The course aims to deliver education and experience in riding skills, bike safety and road rules.
Perceptual Motor Program (PMP) is a movement-based program for Junior Learning House students that aims to develop children’s perceptions and understandings of themselves and the world around them. The program helps younger students improve their eye/hand and eye/foot coordination, fitness, balance, locomotion and eye-tracking skills.
Interschool Sports is run every week in Semester One for our Senior Learning House students playing competitive sports against local schools in our area.
Performing Arts introduces students to….text to be completed.
Visual Arts introduces students to a variety of art techniques using different mediums. Students explore a range of artistic styles and learn about influential artists.
Music is a one hour session per week that allows students to explore beats, rhythm, instruments, and the music of cultures in the world around us. The program gives students the opportunity to explore their interests and passions in the area of music and also draws links to areas of our curriculum such as Maths and the Humanities.
Digital Technologies is a one hour a week program that focuses on robotics, iPads, computers and cyber safety. This cutting edge programs allows our students to be at the forefront of technology use, preparing them to be citizens of the digital world. Students are equipped with the knowledge and skills they will need for future jobs and the program gives them a solid foundation which can be built upon further into their high school years.
AUSLAN (sign language) is the language that all students at NPPS learn. For a half hour session each week students participate in a mixture of games, whole class instruction and small group work to learn signs. Our students focus on greetings, numbers, animals, foods, feelings and a number of other key signs.
Stage Ready is a half hour session for students in all years of the school to develop their dance and drama skills. Students are exposed to a range of dance styles and experiment with movement.
Location: 65 Buckley St, Noble Park, 3174
Telephone: (03) 9546 8811
School Hours: M-F: 9:00am - 3:30pm
Acknowledgement to Country
I would like to acknowledge the traditional owners of the land where our school is situated. I would like to acknowledge their elders both past, present and emerging and pay my respects to any indigenous people here today. We will respect this land and help to look after it for future generations.