Through the study of health and physical education, students develop an understanding of the interrelationship between social environment and health outcomes. The Health Promoting Schools model is analysed and developed in order to enhance health outcomes for young children and their families. The topic examines how physical education develops movement skills through active involvement in directed play and skill learning in a variety of contexts. The early years are a time of rapid physical, social, emotional and cognitive development and regular involvement in physical activity assists and facilitates this growth and development.
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