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Liverpool Girls High School

Liverpool Girls High School

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Dance is a very popular activity.


The PDHPE Faculty is committed to providing quality teaching and learning programs that highly engage students and enable them to develop the skills required to make positive lifelong health decisions. The faculty helps students to learn about healthy living and healthy life choices so that they can aim for a healthier lifestyle, to make appropriate and sensible choices, avoid uninformed risk taking and be able to cope with an ever changing world. We are an outgoing faculty who are not only passionate about engaging students in the classroom but are also dedicated in providing an extensive range of sporting and dance opportunities to allow students an opportunity to excel outside the classroom.



Stage 4 (Years 7 & 8)

  • Mandatory Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

Stage 5 (Years 9 & 10)

  • Mandatory Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Dance
  • Physical Activity and Sports Studies

Stage 6 (Years 11 & 12)

  • Personal Development, Health and Physical Education
  • Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation
  • Dance



  • Developing fundamental movement skills.
  • Promote healthy lifestyle choices.
  • Integration of ICT skills through a range of learning activities.
  • Ongoing evaluation, development and refinement of teaching and learning programs.
  • Support students in completing the Premier's Sporting Challenge.
  • Provide a range of co-curricular activities in sport and dance to further develop student learning.
  • Embed activities into our teaching and learning programs that challenge and engage gifted and talented students


  • Aligning SMART data with learning programs, embedding literacy and numeracy learning for explicit development and focus.
  • Using FITBIT technology to monitor students heart rates during physical activity so students can be working within their target heart zone in order to improve overall fitness
  • Targeted PE classes to further develop movement skill, incorporate game tactics and strategies in team game environments
  • Create new methods to assess student learning that provides students timely and meaningful feedback
  • Provide an extensive range of sporting and dance opportunities for students to apply skills taught in the classroom in competition settings or live performances.
  • Faculty development workshops to assist the ongoing development of teaching and learning programs



Active student sports


Active student sports

Student Dance groups


One of the many dance groups