Lansvale Public School

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The physical domain of potential refers to natural abilities in muscular movement and motor control.

Students that show potential in the physical domain may demonstrate the following learning characteristics:

  • subtlety in movement and control of body

  • self-disciplined

  • coordinated, balanced and confident in physical activities

  • high energy levels

  • superior understanding of spatial relationships

  • endurance, stamina and persistence in physical activities

  • suitability of body build for area of physical high potential

  • demonstrates prowess in physical activities common amongst age peers

  • competitive

  • ‘hands on’ learning preference