The HSC Hub is a catalogue of quality resources aligned to the NSW HSC syllabuses.
Teachers can easily find resources that complement the work they are planning to prepare their students for the HSC.
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Find quality resources designed by curriculum experts to help students prepare for HSC on our PDHPE HSC hub curriculum page.
In Stage 6, there are a number of pathways for students to extend their learning in the PDHPE Key Learning Area.
- Personal Development, Health and Physical Education (PDHPE) aims to develop in each student a capacity to think critically about key issues related to health and physical activity in order to make informed decisions that support and contribute to healthy, active lifestyles and communities. Resources, advice, and professional learning to support teachers delivering the Stage 6 PDHPE course can be accessed through the Department's PDHPE statewide staffroom.
- Community and Family Studies (CAFS) aims to develop in each student an ability to manage resources and take action to support the needs of individuals, groups, families, and communities in Australian society. Resources, advice, and professional learning to support teachers delivering the Stage 6 CAFS course can be accessed through the Department's PDHPE statewide staffroom.
- Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation Studies (SLR) is a NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Content Endorsed Course which features a highly practical focus: physical activity being both an area of study and a medium for learning.
- Exploring Early Childhood (EEC) is a NESA Content Endorsed Course which aims to develop understanding, skills and strategies to enable students to support and foster positive growth and development in the young children with whom they interact through the provision of safe, nurturing and challenging environments.
- Life Skills Courses – Community and Family Studies and Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
Life Ready is a mandatory 25-hour course designed to prepare and support senior students as they encounter situations related to health and safety as they become more independent and gain more responsibilities. It focuses on offering opportunities for students to build functional knowledge and skills for life post school.
Schools are encouraged to provide students in Years 11 and 12 weekly access to a minimum of 150 minutes of moderate with some vigorous physical activity and sport.