PE consists of mindless, tedious and inane games that could go from the most basic of human physical abilities such as, kicking a ball, to the other most basic of human physical abilities such as, throwing a ball. All of these mind-numbingly boring games serve no purpose whatsoever to anything in the real world - unless you're planning on becoming an athlete.
A PE lesson will be in the hands of the PE teacher who is either a tall male that wears sunglasses (even where sunlight is not present) and wears a hat with a picture illustrating their favourite sports team. They can also be found wearing a waterproof jacket with stripes and matching shorts - regardless of the weather. The female can either be an old woman who is short and has the same fashion sense as the male (just in a smaller size) or a fit young woman in her 20's that all the guys drool over. Most PE teachers are, inept, devoid of any social skills whatsoever, they're puerile, condescending, supercilious and insipid.
They have a tendency to bully and belittle the children who will amount to something more than just a PE teacher and so they feel frustrated and in some way threatened so they react with primitive instincts.
Person 2: "PE."
Person1: "What is something schools could do with out?"
Person 2: "Well PE, it serves no purpose to anything I'll be doing in the real world."
kid1: "Dude when we were playing 5-base kickball, Shawn asked Miss Peuce her sexual preference and she assigned him 800 push-ups!"
kid2: "Is that legal?"
The lesson isn't even worth anything and is mostly utilised to curb the supposedly growing amounts of fat, unfit little shits of our generation.
What's even worse is a GCSE (and also A-Level) qualification in PE. This is really nothing more than a tiny part of Biology and is only good for becoming a PE teacher, so you can teach more misguided fools how to become PE teachers, and so on. It's a rather dull cycle.
Most schools have two hours/lessons of PE a week, but some, such as the prison known as Wreake Valley only have one.
Student: "Here it is..."
Note says: 'Dear teacher, my child is unable to participate in today's lesson because she unfortunatly fell down the stairs and broke her arm.'
PE Teacher: "No. You WILL do PE, I don't belive that *gestures to cast on the students arm* that is real. I think you are lying. GO AND DO 500 PUSHUPS YOU LIAR!"
It is not a 'subject' that will be used in life. A situation I am going to use as an example is 'you are at a supermarket, you drop your pasta out of the trolley, what do you do?', The answer is, you bend down and pick it up, (a five year old can do that; you do not need so called lessons for a full 13 years), NOT, you do a sumersalt, then 5 pushups, then 10 starjumps.