Welcome to the ACHPER (SA) Website!

ACHPER (SA) would like to wish you a happy new year and all the best with your ongoing important work in 2015.

2015 Term 1 Professional Learning - SAVE THE DATES!

  • Early Career Teachers Seminar - Friday, 6 February 2015 (Week 2, Term 1) - click here
  • PE 101 - Friday, 6 February 2015 (Week 2, Term 1) - click here
  • Year 12 PE Teachers Seminar - Friday, 13 February 2015 (Week 3, Term 1) - click here
  • Leadership Seminar - Monday, 23 February 2015 (Week 5, Term 1)
  • 29th ACHPER International Conference - 13 April 2015 (registration now open - click here)

To register your interest for any of these sessions please contact info@achpersa.com.au. More information will be available soon!

2015 ACHPER International Conference - Registration open!

ACHPER (SA) is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the 2015 ACHPER International Conference to be held in Adelaide from 13 - 15 April 2015. For more information or to register please click here.

ACHPER (SA) Year 12 Resources- updated and refreshed for 2015

The ACHPER (SA) is pleased to promote a range of Year 12 Resources that have been developed by a range of experienced Year 12 teachers, as well as support opportunities for Year 12 Students. For more information please click here.

Consultancy Service

In 2014, ACHPER (SA) was pleased to announce the launch of a consultancy service for the Education, Sport and Health sectors. ACHPER (SA) has a number of tried and tested professional learning presentations, access to a number of dedicated and enthusiastic presenters and can tailor something for specific site demands. Contact Executive Director Matt Schmidt on m.schmidt@achpersa.com.au for more information. Click here for more information on the services available.

Play with Purpose: For Fundamental Movement Skills Teaching

This resource is a South Australian first that was developed to support educators in planning, delivering and assessing early childhood FMS. Photos, illustrations, and observation checklists are featured to support the development and achievement of these important skills. For more information on how to purchase a copy please click here.

Play by the rules Website

Check out this website for free online education, information, training and resources about keeping your sport and club inclusive, safe and fair for everyone. www.playbytherules.net.au


News & Events

Play with Purpose: For Fundamental Movement Skills - Purchase your copy today!

ACHPER (SA) Year 12 PE Resources - Pre-order your copy for 2015 today!

Year 12 PE Teachers' Seminar - Register Now!
13 February 2015

Early Career Teachers' Seminar - Register Now!
6 February 2015

PE 101 - Register Now!
6 February 2015

2015 International Conference - Register Now!
13 - 15 April 2015

2015 ACHPER NT Professional Learning -
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Recent posts:

10 December
The December edition of the ACHPERTISER is available here including a wrap up of 2014 and 2015 professional learning dates #pdhpe 
4 December 2014
Thanks to the 25 presenters, 105 delegates and supporters of the successful ACHPER (SA) Secondary Conference held earlier this week on Dec 1 and 2. Well done and thanks to all involved!
21 November 2014
The latest edition of the ACHPERTISER is available including information on the Secondary Conference, PE Week wrap up, award recipients and 2015 professional learning dates - click here
21 November 2014
Take a look at this new summary and resources outline from the Australian Sports Commission's Clearinghouse for Sport about the benefits of school sport across all ages, including physical and cognitive development http://ow.ly/EmYur
19 November 2014
'Mucking around' takes back seat to organised sport and screen time for kids, report finds http://ow.ly/Ev2Lo
19 November
The Australian Institute of Health & Welfare (AIHW) has developed three new PowerPoint presentations. The latest PPT presentations include Australia's health 2014, mental health prevalence & Australian sports injury 2011-12