AFL QUEENSLAND YEAR 4 CURRICULUM PROGRAM - EVERYONE MATTERS

 

Everyone Matters is an innovative program designed by teachers, for teachers.

Culture and family are important to a child’s sense of identity, belonging and success. Throughout the program, students will learn about diversity, empathy and respect. The AFL believes that it is critical to support students from culturally diverse backgrounds and ensure people are welcoming and approachable, accepting of difference and able to respect multiple ways of being – it helps students to build a sense of belonging and trust.

The curriculum program is a celebration of multiculturalism and promotes inclusive behaviours, positive relationships and valuing diversity while using AFL as a vehicle for learning. The program aligns with the Australian Curriculum, meeting multiple achievements standards and content descriptors. The well-resourced program is free for schools comprising unit plan, lesson plans, activity resources and assessment tools suitable for today’s classroom.

The program is eight sessions in duration;

  • 4 x Health lessons (delivered by classroom teachers)
  • 4 x Movement lessons – includes Indigenous games (co-delivered by HPE teachers and AFL Queensland staff) 

 

CLICK HERE to view the video from the Everyone Matters Program Launch!

 


ALIGNMENT TO THE AUSTRALIAN CURRICULUM

The Everyone Matters Program is aligned with the Australian Curriculum and designed to meet the needs of today’s classroom. The full resource pack includes:

 

As part of the program, teachers will be posted a FREE comprehensive resource back that contains everything a teacher requires to deliver the program.

Further information regarding the content descriptions and achievement standards applicable to the program are outlined below.

 

HEALTH LESSONS

Content Descriptions

Personal, social and community health:

  • Describe how respect, empathy and valuing diversity can positively influence relationships (ACPPS037)
  • Investigate how emotional responses vary in depth and strength (ACPPS038)
  • Research own heritage and cultural identities, and explore strategies to respect and value diversity (ACPPS042)

 

Achievement Standard

By the end of Year 4, students recognise strategies for managing change. They identify influences that strengthen identities.

They investigate how emotional responses vary and understand how to interact positively with others in a variety of situations.

Students interpret health messages and discuss the influences on healthy and safe choices. They understand the benefits of being healthy and physically active. They describe the connections they have to their community and identify local resources to support their health, wellbeing, safety and physical activity.

Students apply strategies for working cooperatively and apply rules fairly. They use decision-making and problem-solving skills to select and demonstrate strategies that help them stay safe, healthy and active. They refine fundamental movement skills and apply movement concepts and strategies in a variety of physical activities and to solve movement challenges. They create and perform movement sequences using fundamental movement skills and the elements of movement.

 

MOVEMENT LESSONS

Content Descriptions

  • Practise and refine fundamental movement skills in a variety of movement sequences and situations (ACPMP043)
  • Combine elements of effort, space, time, objects and people when performing movement sequences (ACPMP047)
  • Participate in physical activities from their own and other cultures (ACPMP108)
  • Adopt inclusive practices when participating in physical activities (ACPMP048)

 

Achievement Standard

By the end of Year 4, students recognise strategies for managing change. They identify influences that strengthen identities. They investigate how emotional responses vary and understand how to interact positively with others in a variety of situations. Students interpret health messages and discuss the influences on healthy and safe choices. They understand the benefits of being healthy and physically active. They describe the connections they have to their community and identify local resources to support their health, wellbeing, safety and physical activity.

Students apply strategies for working cooperatively and apply rules fairly. They use decision-making and problem-solving skills to select and demonstrate strategies that help them stay safe, healthy and active. They refine fundamental movement skills and apply movement concepts and strategies in a variety of physical activities and to solve movement challenges. They create and perform movement sequences using fundamental movement skills and the elements of movement.

 

For more information regarding the Australian Curriculum, please visit their WEBSITE.

 


Register your interest now

If you would like to proceed with a booking, please complete the ONLINE PROGRAM CONFIRMATION. To complete the online program confirmation you will need to provide the following information:

 

  • Total number of classes and students (please note that one resource pack is provided per school)
  • Dates and times for AFLQ staff to deliver the four movement lessons
  • Date of your first health lesson (to ensure we can provide your resource pack in time)
  • School postal address
  • Contact details of all staff delivering the program (teachers delivering health and/or movement lessons)

 


Contact

AFL Queensland Schools & Universities Programs Manager

Amy Anderton

Email: amy.anderton@afl.com.au

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