MPESA is pleased to have developed a Mentorship Package for teachers who are new to teaching physical education/health education (PE/HE), or have a new assignment in this area. It includes materials that will provide resources to support the teaching of a quality PE/HE program based on curricular outcomes. The French version is now available!
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The Winnipeg Health Authority is promoting bike safety and correct use of bike helmets to elementary school children. This interactive website provides you with information and resources that can be used in your classroom. The Ride2Win contest provides opportunity for students to win prizes. Students can win a bike, bike helmet and a bike lock… Continue reading Ride2Win Bike Helmet Campaign
Starting in April hundreds of elementary schools and students will be using their daily physical activity steps to walk across Canada! Join the fun, friendly competition and turn activity steps into rewards. Each month students, teams and schools will compete and have a chance to win great prizes. New to WeMuv – Schools can now… Continue reading Participate in the WeMüv™ Physical Activity Challenge and walk across Canada!
MPETA and ‘The NO BULLY ZONE’ have partnered together to extend special offers and create greater awareness of these anti-bullying resources available at www.nobullyzone.com. The multimedia ‘No Bully Zone Workshop’, Safe Schools Challenge Video Game Show and free activities package can now all be downloaded directly to your desktop! MPETA members save $20 (non-members save… Continue reading No Bully Zone – Special discount
Each year, MPETA presents a number of awards to recognize outstanding contributions to physical education in the province of Manitoba! MPETA believes it is a priority to recognize excellence in the field by honouring these distinguished individuals and organizations for their significant achievements in the previous school year.
s part of the 2011 Helmet Safety Program, the Sport Medicine & Science Council of Manitoba is offering presentations regarding injury prevention and helmet safety! Wearing a helmet reduces your risk of a head injury by 85%! Presentations can be booked for individual classrooms or large groups by contacting Tamra Irwin
After The School Bell Rings: A Manitoba After School Recreation Project’. The project, funded through the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Province of Manitoba until March 2013, will promote and support increased access and opportunities for children and youth, ages 6-12 years, to engage in physical activity and healthy living practices in the… Continue reading After The School Bell Rings