Physical Education assists children in learning to relate to and communicate with each other and to develop self-esteem and confidence. It develops a desire for daily physical activity and encourages constructive use of free time and participation in physical activities in adult life. Physical Education provides opportunities to develop desirable personal and social attributes, the concept of fair play, the acceptance of success and failure, and the ability to cooperate in group situations. Physical education is an integral part of the total curriculum, providing vital opportunities for the physical, social, emotional and intellectual development of the child.