There are seven (7) required outcomes for Wellness 10 curriculum (2012):
W1 - Understanding Wellness Evaluate one’s understanding of wellness while participating in various learning opportunities that balance the dimensions of wellness (i.e., physical, psychological, social, spiritual, environmental).
W2 - Service Learning Assess, through participation in service learning opportunities and other means (e.g., interviews, discussions, observations), how service learning enhances the well-being of the volunteer and to the individual or organization/community.
W3 - Individual/Partner Movement Activities Plan for and engage in movement activity to increase confidence, competence, and sustainability in self-selected individual and/or partner movement activities from each of the following categories: Body Management Activities (e.g., dance, yoga, pilates, martial arts, aerobics) Alternate Environment Activities (e.g., cycling, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, swimming, hiking, skating, canoeing, trapping, weight lifting/going to a fitness centre) Target games (e.g., bowling, golf, archery, bocce ball ) Net/Wall games (e.g., tennis, table tennis, racquetball, squash)
W4 - Mental Well-Being Assess the impact of mental health on overall well-being of self, family, and community.
W5 - Self-Awareness & Self-Management Assess one’s self-awareness (i.e., one’s ability to perceive own emotions and tendencies) and self-management (i.e., ability to stay flexible and positively direct personal behaviour) for the purpose of enhancing well- being of self and others.
W6 - Culture of Safety Model and promote a local culture/norm of safety and injury prevention (i.e., physical safety, social safety, psychological safety, spiritual safety, environmental safety) to optimize well-being of self, family, community, and the environment.
W7 - Physical Fitness Promote sustainable well-being by planning for and engaging in movement activities, alone and with others, that enhance the health-related (i.e., cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, muscular endurance, muscular strength, and body composition) and skill-related (i.e., power, agility, speed, reaction time, balance, and co-ordination) components of fitness.