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Health and Wellbeing
Accredited in November 2019 for teaching at Stage 2 from 2021. This subject replaces Stage 2 Health.
Stage 2 | Subject outline | Subject description
Health and Wellbeing is a 20-credit subject at Stage 2.
In Stage 2 Health and Wellbeing, students develop the knowledge, skills, and understandings required to explore and analyse influences and make informed decisions regarding health and wellbeing. They consider the role of health and wellbeing in various contexts and explore ways of promoting positive outcomes for individuals, communities, and global society.
Health and wellbeing is influenced by diverse social and cultural attitudes, beliefs, and practices. An awareness and analysis of the health and wellbeing status of individuals, communities, and global societies incorporates health determinants, inequities, barriers, and strategies. Students explore principles, frameworks, models, and theories relating to health and wellbeing.
In Stage 2 Health and Wellbeing, student agency is promoted through providing opportunities to make responsible choices and decisions in a rapidly changing world. Students play an active role in negotiating what and how they will learn. Students explore and develop skills as agents and advocates for change and consider moral and ethical perspectives.
Students evaluate current trends and issues that impact health and wellbeing. They reflect on personal and community actions to promote and improve sustainable outcomes for individuals and global society.