In physical education, the focus is on movement and its contribution to the development of individuals and communities. By learning in, through, and about movement, students gain an understanding that movement is integral to human expression and that it can contribute to people’s pleasure and enhance their lives.
They learn to understand, appreciate, and move their bodies, relate positively to others, and demonstrate constructive attitudes and value which takes place as they engage in:
Physical education encourages students to engage in movement experiences that promote and support the development of physical and social skills. It fosters critical thinking and action and enables students to understand the role and significance of physical activity for individuals and society.
The key strands for Physical Education
- Movement concepts and motor skills, in which students develop motor skills, knowledge and understandings about movement, and positive attitudes towards physical activity.
- Relationships with other people, in which students develop understandings, skills, and attitudes that enhance their interactions and relationships with others.