Sport Education Program

The Sport Education for Physical Education program (S.E.P.E.P)

The Pascoe Vale Girls' Year 7 and 8 Sport Education for Physical Education Program known as S.E.P.E.P, is run over two semesters encompassing one semester of Volleyball (Term 1 and 2) and one semester of Netball (Term 3 and 4).

The Sport Education for Physical Education Program is a student run program overseen by the Physical Education teacher/s. The S.E.P.E.P program is designed to cater for a range of abilities and aid students to further develop their fundamental motor and locomotion skills. The program develops and enhances game sense strategies at a beginner, intermediate and advanced level. Also, the S.E.P.E.P program promotes student responsibility in a variety of roles. These include the following:

- Captain
- Coach
- Umpire
- Scorer
- Resource/materials manager
- Duty Official

The S.E.P.E.P program is designed to improve and enhance student learning in a variety of 'Learning Methods'. These include the following:
- Cooperative learning
- Team work
- Self-Discovery
- Collaborative learning
- Personalized System Of Instructions (PSI)

Furthermore, the S.E.P.E.P program develops and enhances student skills required in a team environment. These include the following:
- leadership skills
- appreciation of different abilities
- respect for team mates/ opponents/officials
- a sense of belonging/team membership
- social interaction skills
- self-esteem, self -concept and self-belonging
- team goal-setting skills
- self-discipline, patience and persistence
- resilience through sharing positive and negative experiences.