In what ways can school affect a person taking part in sport?

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  • In what ways can school affect a person taking part in sport?
    • PHYSICALLY
      • Offers a range of activities
        • Schools that offer a range of activities provide a variety of experiences for students where they can make progress and achievements.It will also help students find their area of interest and the sport that they want to focus on.
      • Demonstrate fitness levels
        • Schools provide up to do hours of PE lessons a week which is insufficient to improve a person's fitness but the PE lessons can educate a student on the amount of exercise that they should be doing.
    • MENTALLY
      • Experience different ways to enjoy sport
        • Schools give students the opportunity to take part in sport in different ways other than just playing. Students may be given the opportunity to judge, coach, observe, officiate, captain, lead, organise or choreograph in different activities. This may build an interest for students in sport beyond actually playing.
    • SOCIALLY
      • Develops social skills and friendships
        • Most activities in school involve people coming together to train and to play. This gives a student the chance to meet people with similar interests to themselves and help themselves develop skills associated with teamwork for matches.
      • Experience healthy competion
        • Games played in school also provide the opportunity for students to play in competition against people from different schools or counties etc. This can help a student meet people from different places and with different abilities and learn about how they train and if it differs from what they do themselves.
  • Demonstrate fitness levels
    • Schools provide up to do hours of PE lessons a week which is insufficient to improve a person's fitness but the PE lessons can educate a student on the amount of exercise that they should be doing.

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