Free PE Class at Douglas College

Physical Education Games Class for:

Home Learners – Grade Equivalents K-8

  Winter 2019 - Register

now to reserve a spot … NEW GAMES!

As part of the Sport Science course, “Games approach to Teaching and Coaching”, Douglas College, Bachelor of Physical Education and Coaching students are implementing a 7-session program for groups of students in the equivalents of grades K-8. The focus is on team work, fun and the tactical components of games, playing non-traditional small-sided modified games that transfer across and into traditional team sports. The emphasis will be learning games for understanding, fun, and quality physical activity.

NEW: Starting in Fall 2018, target, net and wall, striking and fielding, Aboriginal, and games from around the World will be added to the existing invasion and territorial games program.  Also, groups consisting of grade 2 and higher will be rotated through these new game types, along with the mixing of teachers to promote and provide for a more balanced games, student, and teaching experience!

Course details:

Dates:   Mondays, 12:30-1:45pm, Feb 4 to April 1;

  NOTE: No sessions on Feb 18 BC Family Day

Location:   Douglas College Gymnasium,  New Westminster Campus, 700 Royal Ave.

# of spots:   Depends on registration numbers (4 groups of split grades/age/ability range)

Cost:   Free (or, donation to the Douglas College Foundation - Sport Science)

Registration:  Please email the instructor, Ed Lunn at to receive an ‘All About Me’ Word document that must be filled in and emailed back to confirm your registration spot.

 Updated Dec 2018