Physical education (KRO01‑05)
Movement and bodily learning
The pupils shall enjoy being in movement alone and with others, based on their own interests, intentions and abilities. The pupils shall explore their own identity and their self-image, and reflect and deliberate on the relationship between movement, body, fitness and health. Physical education opens for bodily learning through playing and practising in outdoor life ("friluftsliv"), dancing, sports activities and other activities involving movement. Bodily learning refers to developing all-round motor-skills and awareness of the body, and stimulating the joy of movement.
Participation and interaction in movement activities
The pupils shall solve challenges and tasks in a common learning environment, and reflect on interaction and equality. In many movement activities participation, co-responsibility and cooperation are necessary to promote one’s own and others' learning. This means being open to differences and including everyone, regardless of background and abilities.
Outdoor activities and nature wandering
The pupils shall use the local area and explore nature through a variety of outdoor activities in all four seasons. Experiences in nature and safe and sustainable outdoor life/nature wandering are important for the pupils. In physical education the pupils shall experience different cultures in outdoor life, including activities relating to Sami culture.