Health & Physical Education


The Health and Physical Education learning area provides students with an understanding of current health issues and the skills needed to participate confidently in sport and recreational activities.



Physical Education

Physical Education is focussed on learning in, through and about movement. Students develop physical skills, strategy, critical thinking and knowledge of how the body moves and responds to movement. The range of sporting contexts covered each year ensures students are able to demonstrate these skills in a variety of physical activities.


2017 Year 7 Physical Activities

2017 Year 8 Physical Activities

2017 Year 9 Physical Activities

2017 Year 10 Physical Activities



Health Education

Health Education explores the role students’ play in contributing to their personal health, safety and wellbeing and that of their wider community.  Students will examine and address health areas relevant to them, their peers and families.  Topics covered include;

Resilience & Relationships

Puberty & Adolescence

Drugs & Alcohol

Personal Safety

Protective Behaviours

Nutrition & a Healthy Lifestyle


    What Is School Drug Education?




There are a range of extracurricular and interschool sporting opportunities available to NASHS students.  Students are able to try out for specialised training squads in Basketball, Netball, Soccer, Volleyball and Hockey.



NASHS extracurricular competitions in 2017 include;


Year 10-12 Twenty 20 Cricket Competition

NASHS Swimming Carnival

Interschool Swimming Carnival

Year 11-12 Boys Football

NASHS Cross Country

Bendigo Cup Netball

Interschool Cross Country

State Cross Country (in Perth)

Year 7-8 Boys Football

Country Week (in Perth)

Year 9-10 Boys Football

Winter Carnival (7-8 Soccer, 7-8 Hockey & 7-9 Girls Football)

State Volleyball (in Perth)

Year 7-10 Basketball

Year 7-9 Cricket (Girls & Boys)

NASHS Athletics Carnival - Jumps & Throws Day

NASHS Athletics Carnival – Track & Novelties Day

Interschool Athletics Carnival