Ingleburn High School

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The PDHPE subject is a combination of theoretical and practical components. In the theoretical classes, students explore issues relating to a healthy lifestyle choices, wellbeing, relationships, and safety. The practical component involves students developing fundamental movement skills, team building challenges and enjoyable movement experiences. 


  • All students to enjoy a wide variety of sports-based activities and increase the amount of physical activity for students on the physical activity continuum.  
  • Improve health literacy for all students so everyone is aware of the basic requirements and needs to support yourself and others, be aware of health services and support measures when faced with challenging situations. 

 Course Offered


PDHPE and Sport is mandatory for all students in years 7-10. However, the PDHPE unit in Preliminary and HSC courses covers more in-depth critical thinking about issues related to health and physical activity. It relates particularly to health, the promotion, lifestyle behaviours and experiences of sport athletes. This course provides students the opportunity to complete a First Aid Course run by the Royal Lifesaving organisation, where students will complete practical and theory based assessment and, if successful, receive a First Aid Certificate.


The Community and Family Studies course relate the needs of individuals, groups families and communities and their wellbeing.


Sport, Lifestyle and Recreation is a non-ATAR subject that engages highly with practical components of physical activity and sports.


Exploring Early Childhood is a non-ATAR subject that explores the development of young children. This relates the growth and development at different stages of life and the provision of safe, nurturing and challenging environments parents face on a fay to day basis.


There are a number of sports programs run at the school including extra-curricular sports; Rugby League, Soccer, Netball, Basketball, Cricket, Volleyball and more. We encourage all students to participate in trials and be a part of a team setting to improve their leadership skills in a sporting environment.

There are a number of sports days at Ingleburn High School including:

  • Swimming Carnival
  • Athletics Carnival
  • Cross Country
  • Swim School

There are opportunities for students to progress through the stages of sport including zone, regional, Combined High School, State and National levels if successful. Students interested in participating in a school sport should listen for announcements or discuss with the Sports Organiser/team coach.


We have recently completed some refurbishments at Ingleburn High School with Basketball courts, Tennis courts. We also have a Sports Hall and Gymnasium at the school. The PDHPE staff are always welcoming for students to hire sports equipment at recess and lunch time to participate in physical activity throughout the day.


    Mr Jonathan Jankowski (Head Teacher PDHPE)

    Mr J. Sarjana

    Mrs M. Andreijunas

    Mrs K. Pinilla

    Mr V. Frangipane

    Ms R. Isaacson (Sports Coordinator)