Personal Development, Health and Physical Education

Mary Immaculate Primary School offers a diverse, yet balanced, Personal Development, Health and Physical Education program.


Children in infants and primary classes have both a physical education lesson with a specialised teacher and a sports lesson, weekly.

Infants children have skills sessions to reinforce gross motor skills and co-ordination. A sports carnival for infants is held every year.

Primary children are taught a wide variety of skills and games. We have a swimming, cross country and athletics carnival with the opportunity to compete up to national level. Development officers in soccer (boys and girls), rugby league, AFL, cricket, softball and athletics visit the school each year.

The Personal Development and Health program guides the students in their interpersonal relationships, growth and development, active lifestyle, and personal health.


Come and see learning in action at Mary Immaculate!

We’d love a chance to show you how learning works for young people in our school. Our dedicated teachers plan the learning in detail to help each student do their best.