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Physical Education

As the most prominent and obvious benefit – the use of physical activities throughout the curriculum help to improve your student's overall current physical fitness. Ensuring that children are physically fit from a young age can help prevent future health issues such as diabetes, heart disease, asthma and high blood pressure – so it is important to create healthy habits early on within your pupil's lives through physical education.

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Yoga

Yoga has been an integral part of Health and Physical Education that has been a compulsory subject up to the secondary school stage since 1988. Both yoga and physical education contribute to not merely the physical development of the child but have a positive impact on psycho social and mental development as well. Yoga contributes to the overall development of the child and various studies have shown that it contributes to flexibility and muscular fitness and also corrects postural defects among school children.

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Aerobics

Aerobics is basically a physical activity that we perform on a repetitive basis for relaxing our body and taking away all the mental stress. In order to live life healthily, it is essential to exercise for mental and physical development. It is essential to maintain a balance between work, rest and activities. Aerobics exercise is important for students because it helps students to enhance their cardio respiratory fitness and build strong bones and muscles. In addition, it also controls weight and reduces the symptoms of anxiety and depression. Further, it can also reduce the risk of health conditions like heart diseases and more.

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Dance

Education in the art of dance engages the artistic processes of creating, performing and critical analysis. These processes require students to read symbol systems, use critical thinking skills, excel in nonverbal reasoning and communication, exchange ideas, work cooperatively and collaboratively with others, and interact within a multicultural society. More comprehensively, education in the art of dance develops kin- esthetic and spatial learning as well as intrapersonal and interpersonal knowledge of self and others.

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Wushu

The traditional sport of the Chinese nation-martial arts, has important significance and value. It can not be ignored during the primary and secondary school teaching process. As one of the traditional Chinese culture, martial arts has a long history, is set to strengthen the body, entertainment, physical fitness in one of the main fitness activities. WUSHU plays an irreplaceable role in the inheritance of national culture, the improvement of democratic spirit and the strengthening of national position in the world. As early as the early 19th century, WUSHU was introduced into schools by people of insight, and gradually became an indispensable part of school sports.

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