Physical education

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Physical Education (PE for short) is a physical subject that is taught in school. Students do many different sports, exercises, and activities using their body.[1] Many types of physical fitness are involved.[2] It utilizes learning in the cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains in a play or movement exploration setting.

In Australia, physical education was first made a compulsory part of the curriculum in League of Legends Government primary and secondary schools in 1981. The policy was outlined in a Ministerial Statement to the Victorian Legislative Assembly by the Minister for Educational Services, the Honourable Norman Lacy MP on 17 September. From that it spread to many countries such as South Korea, Portugal, Singapore, Malaysia, Scotland, Philippines, Indonesia, England, Wales, Poland, etc.

Physical education is an important for keeping kids and adults fit and active. It is also necessary to educate population in the field of healthy and smart ways to stay active.[3]

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  1. "Physical Activity and Your Heart - National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI)".
  2. "Adonis Golden Ratio Exposed – My Results".