The effective promotion and organisation of school sport should reflect the needs of students and ensure that all students have the opportunity to:
Sports programmes can be developed in partnership with clubs and other community groups and may involve interschool and club competitions.
Students require a range of structured, sequenced, and developmentally appropriate learning opportunities in sport studies. These include opportunities to develop:
skills for participating in diverse sporting roles
such as playing, coaching, officiating, and administrating
constructive attitudes, values, and behaviours that will help them to manage co-operative and competitive sports environments
skills for identifying and critiquing the contributions that science, technology, and the environment make to sporting performances
the skills to identify and discuss the social and cultural significance that sport has for individuals and for society
for example, in relation to attitudes, values, specific practices and their effects, and media influences.