Glossary

To be aware of or acknowledge and make connections.

An activity in which people enjoy participating during their free time. Recreation is often recognised as having socially worthwhile qualities. Active recreation requires physical exertion.

To improve and hone knowledge, understanding and skills by making subtle or fine distinctions.

A state of physical, mental and social wellbeing in all matters relating to the reproductive system, at any stage of life.

A capacity to deal constructively with change or challenge, allowing a person to maintain or re-establish their social and emotional wellbeing in the face of difficult events. It involves thoughts, feelings and actions. Resilience is an integral part of learning as it underpins the ability to respond positively to setbacks or mistakes.

Able to deal constructively with change or challenge, allowing them to maintain or re-establish their social and emotional wellbeing in the face of difficult events.

To react to a person or text.

Movement that is composed and performed in response to stimuli such as equipment, beats and sounds, images, words or themes. It includes creative movement, movement exploration, dance styles and dance elements. With specialised facilities, equipment and expertise, it can also include circus skills, tai chi, yoga, rhythmic gymnastics and educational gymnastics.