What are Year 5 and 6 children learning at school?

The final years of primary school are important for students to develop their confidence and understanding of self and belonging to community. It is during this time that Year 5 and 6 students investigate developmental changes and transitions and are able to describe their own and others’ contributions to health, physical activity, safety and wellbeing. They examine physical activity, celebrating diversity and connecting to the environment whilst supporting community wellbeing and cultural understanding. This is a time when students demonstrate fair play and skills to work collaboratively.

Value Movement

Positive experiences in movement and activity are important for all primary school children. At Proactivity we understand the role active sessions play in the curriculum and the positive learning environments that are essential for developing movement skills, so that students are able to participate in physical activities with competence and confidence.

Challenge and Adventure Activities

It is important for children to participate in a variety of physical activities that challenge individuals physiologically, behaviourally and socially in diverse contexts and environments. Proactivity offers a variety of challenge and adventure activities that support students to develop their skills and understand the value of working together as a team and managing risks when navigating movement challenges.

Games and Sports

At Proactivity we understand the important role that sport plays in developing strategies and confidence in Year 5 and 6 students. We ensure that all students are given opportunities to develop their skills in a fun, safe environment and this allows your students to transfer their experiences to sports and games. We are passionate about children building their self confidence and develop a love of physical activity.

Proactivity Programs for Years 5 and 6 students