Physical Education

Physical education is an important component of students' growth and development. Classes are integrated into the curriculum for students through Grade 10; in their final two years Upper School students may choose to take PE as an elective class. At all ages, students take part in developmentally appropriate activities designed to enhance physical fitness as well as specific skills.

Primary School

Our youngest students participate in PSPE classes designed to develop their gross and fine motor skills, as well as to improve their agility and coordination. In Grades 1-5, children have PE for 105 minutes per week, broken into two or three separate sessions depending on the grade level. Facilities at the Primary School include a multipurpose room and indoor gymnasium indoors and an artificial turf field, blacktop space for ball games and activities, and a wood chip-covered area with playground equipment. There is a separate outdoor play area for Early Years students.

Middle and Upper Schools

In Middle School, the physical education program includes three hours of PE and one hour of health during each eight-day cycle. In addition to ensuring they are as active as possible, PE challenges students to develop skills in problem-solving, conflict resolution, and cooperation.

In Grades 9 and 10, students continue to take three hours of PE during each eight-day cycle, as well as one hour of life skills. The PE program for older students focuses on improving muscular strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, body composition, and cardiovascular endurance.

Facilities on the Tregaron Campus include an indoor gym, an outdoor basketball court, and a regulation-size artificial turf soccer pitch.