Health Education covers a range of topics and their links to hauora (well-being), attitudes and values, the socio- ecological perspective (self, others and society) and health promotion. In this subject students learn about real life situations; the influences, consequences, prevention and strategies for enhanced well-being that these may bring.

Physical Education uses a range of physical contexts to cover human movement; anatomy and biomechanics, safety in the outdoors, improving physical performance through training, motor learning techniques, leadership and significant issues in NZ society. In this subject, students learn in, through and about movement.