Physical education in school

Physical development of children is important not only in terms of the formation of their bone and muscle systems, but also to acquire some social skills and personal attitudes. A stronger, physically developed child will always be more active, active and self-confident. Achievements of such goals and pursues physical education in school.

Physical culture at school: standards for conducting

School physical education is traditionally held in the warm season - in a street stadium, in a cold stadium - in an equipped gym (except for winter skiing classes). Each room or street territory reserved for such occupations strictly meets a number of standards: the optimal number of schoolchildren for a given area, the number of locker rooms and showers, the height of the ceilings, the ventilation and heating systems, the availability of sports equipment necessary for a diversified development are taken into account.

In fact, the development of physical culture includes the so-called "physical culture-mines," which are now part of the physical culture in primary school. In the overwhelming majority of educational institutions, already from high school, this element necessary for a strain relief is not carried out.

Physical education for children from 1 st to 3 rd grade

Children's physical education for small schoolchildren is aimed, first of all, at the harmonious development of the body, dexterity, coordination of movements. During this period, it is often taught important skills:

The motor activity of children at this age is extremely important, because the period from 7 to 12 years is the period of the most active growth, and the more developed the body, the more harmoniously the figure will shape to the period of puberty.

Physical culture and sports in middle and high school

The older the children become, the more diverse and interesting the means of physical education. Classes are usually put on schedule twice a week, so that schoolchildren get used to the routine and try to continue to play sports for the rest of their lives.

In order to interest students in sports, physical education teachers often notice their progress in any area and offer participation in competitions or visiting school circles and sections. This not only allows the student to be realized as a successful athlete, but also instills a genuine interest in sports.

Therapeutic physical education in schools is rare, and usually - as elective classes. Children with unusual physical or mental development are often simply released from physical education, although they usually need it, like no one else. The reverse situation can be found only in the so-called health schools, where exercise therapy is one of the main directions.

Physical education for schoolchildren: modern problems

Unfortunately, despite the fact that physical education classes pursue exceptionally good goals, at present school education in this sphere is not cloudless.

The first problem that occurs very often is the lack of showers and rest rooms, those. conditions in which schoolchildren would like to attend classes. After all, during puberty, the process of sweating is often too intense, and, without having the opportunity to take a shower, schoolchildren tend to skip classes altogether.

Another problem is the frequent occurrence of injuries in the classroom. This can be guilty and outdated equipment, and little attention to safety, and the imprudence of other students.

In addition, the assessments that are placed for physical skills, and not for academic achievement, i.e. marks on physical culture, affect the average score of the certificate, which is not correct: after all, it is not the mind, but the physical properties that are evaluated.