An activity undertaken purely for enjoyment and amusement with no other objectives
Unplanned behaviour/unconstrained behaviour
Codes of behaviour/conditions that govern behaviours or actions
Reaching an agreement through discussion and comprimise
Acquiring the skills and rules to enable an individual to successfully interact with other individuals or within a community
Time during which you have no obligation to friends or family and are free to engage in self-directed and chosen activities
Selecting, deciding, the act of free will
Engage in activities that refresh, relax and allow the recreation of ones self after the rigours of work and day to day life
To make anew, to go back to an earlier state
Engaged in physical activity to refresh, relax and allow the recreation of oneself after the rigours of work and day to day life
Being physically active in your leisure time
Lifetime Sport or Activity
Activities that can be undertaken in their normal form, or sometimes as an adapted form, all the way through an individual's life
Recreation that takes place and uses the natural environment
A form of outdoor recreation that involves a degree of risk or challenge. The level of challenge or risk is determined by the nature of the environment and the experience of the participant.
An adventure activity that is undertaken as a part of school or an educational programme, with educational objectives
School work, lessons or curriculum activities that take place in the natural environment
The participant believes themselves to be in risk or in some form of danger. Linked to the performer's level of experience and skill. Sometimes known as subjective risk/danger.
The activity carries a level of risk or danger regardless of the individual's experience and skill level. Sometimes known as objective risk.
The forgetting of the pressures, concerns and stresses of everyday life, often linked to outdoor activities
Physical recreation that requires and makes use of the natural environment
Wanting to win, to defeat others
Behaviour that is contrary to the needs of the community or wider society
Institutionalised, competitive activities that involve vigorous exertion or the use of relatively complex skills by individuals whose participation is motivated by a combination of intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
A formalised body of knowledge and experience taught within an educational establishment
Learning through the Physical
Being educated through the use of physical activity
Fitness activities that contribute to improvements or maintainence of health
A physicak activity undertaken in school outside of curriculum time
To progress as an individual, using one's abilities more effectively