Physical Education aims to expose children to a variety of sequential educational experiences to engage in various physical activities, instruct human movement, learn to move efficiently, promote movement as part of a healthy lifestyle and guide their development And personal integration. The Physical Education class is conceived as an integral part of the curriculum, being systematically offered at all levels of education. The activities provided will respond to the interests and needs of the students taking into account the development of these. The search for meaning in movement activities will be stimulated in the student.


Physical Education aims to develop individuals who are physically educated, possessing the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary to move in a variety of ways, in harmony with their physical environment and their peers, and able to select the movement activity best suited to their personal interest to make it part of their lifestyle purposes. They will also be human beings who know the processes that allow them to direct their own learning, with the capacity to work in groups and individually.


  • To plan and develop physical activities, with a self-demanding attitude, to improve mastery and body control, motor performance, basic breathing techniques, as a means to reduce imbalances and alleviate tensions produced in daily life and physical- sporty.
  • To know the traits that define a healthy physical activity and to evaluate the effects that the habitual and systematic practice has in the improvement of the conditions of health and quality of life.
  • To know and participate in sporting and recreational activities, individual, collective and adversary, applying the regulatory, technical and tactical foundations in play situations, with progressive autonomy in its execution.
  • To carry out physical-sport activities in the natural environment that have low environmental impact, contributing to its conservation.
  • To adopt a critical attitude towards the treatment of the body, physical activity and sport in the social context.
  • To use information and communication technologies, and reading as a source of consultation and as a resource to support the achievement of learning.

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