Grade 4

Physical Education

The purpose of teaching Physical Education in Grade-4 is to encourage learners to take care of themselves and their surroundings thus, facilitating health, emotional, and physical literacy.



  • The learner begins to develop skills through better neuromuscular coordination.
  • The learner combines locomotive and non-locomotive skills in a semi- regulated environment.
  • The learner is able to strategize movements effectively  as per needs.


  • The learner vocalizes one’s opinions on the importance of physical activities.
  • The learner develops more definite  movement competence.
  • The learner becomes active and begins to develop a impacting personality.


  • The learner develops an understanding of the factors which contribute to overall healthy development.
  • The learner identifies different kinds of sports and develops an interest in a particular kind of sport.
  • The learner begins to  demonstrate basic rules to play for major port games.


  • The learner applies movement concepts and devises strategies to improve overall health.
  • The learner becomes a part of creating an environment which cultivates movement.
  • The learner acquires the knowledge of the rules of games, activities of sports performed for one’s better growth and development.


  • The learner performs activities testing the balance and control of one’s body.
  •  The learner develops inquisitiveness about personal fitness.
  • The learner is able  to invent new games with more profound skills involved.


  • The learner promotes healthy social interactions.
  • The learner develops an understanding of positive mental health.
  • The learner is able to showcase sportsmanship in every activity performed.


Concept - The learner is able to:

  • Act upon one’s strength and endurance;
  • Interpret the physical attributes of one’s surroundings;
  • Develop stress management through physical activities.

Confidence - The learner is able to:

  • Understand basic connections between thoughts, feelings, and actions;
  • Use gross-motor skills with relatively greater proficiency than before;
  • Develop a sense of considerations for self.

Clarity - The learner is able to:

  • Enhance knowledge of spatial awareness;
  • Maintain healthy habits;
  • Be aware about one’s  strengths and weaknesses when performing a physical activity.

Application - The learner is able to:

  • Demonstrates active participation in co-curricular activities;
  • Participates in physical activities such as- catch and throw, jumping, running, etc;
  • Follow instructions whenever directed.

Innovation - The learner is able to:

  • Relate the given activities with everyday life;
  • Modify games as per the availability of resources;
  • Attempt at developing self-control in non-regulated environment.

Compassion - The learner is able to:

  • Encourage peers to focus more and realize the importance of physical education as a course of study;
  • Display team-spirit in various activities;
  • Feel responsible for one’s actions.
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