Physical education is built in the students' weekly schedule:
In the middle and high school, 2 to 3 hours of physical education, including running, swimming, soccer, rugby, basketball, volleyball, dance, judo, tennis, squash, rock-climbing, etc.
At the elementary school, at least 2.5 hours per week are devoted to PE, in addition to the many opportunities for physical activity offered during recess. We move right away and in music for a rhythmic, relaxing and focused experiment.
In preschool, gross motor skills are developed several times a week as part of the learning experiment, recesses are spent outside, and Olympics are a big favorite among kindergartners.