In the last few years, physical education and sports have witnessed unparalleled support from sources which are not a part of the school system. Today medical experts recommend routine regular physical activities as it helps in preventing diseases like high blood pressure, obesity or coronary problems (NASPE, 2004). The general public and many parents are not well aware of the benefits that their wards can reap from physical education. It is necessary that communication is clear among the physical educator themselves supporting physical education and sporting activities in schools, also the decision makers pertaining to education curriculum. If there is no proper communication done pertaining to physical education to students as well as the parents, students will think it’s a relaxed period of casual gaming and sports. It is important to understand the importance of physical education in the development of young children. In the early 19th century, one of the primary subjects in schools was physical education. it was in form of German and Swedish gymnastics (Wechsler et al, 2000). The role of such healthy physical activities was recognized by experts in healthcare. As the time reached the 20th century, exercises for health and personal hygiene got incorporated as a major part of the Physical Education curriculum (Wechsler et al, 2000). However, educator Thomas Wood (NASPE, 2004) criticized the overall focus on health since it was detrimental and way too narrow in the overall development of a child.