Our sports includes motor skill development of a child which starts developing at a very early stage in children.
Walking, running, stretching, bending, catching, and throwing are all motor skills. They are the building blocks of all games and activities in physical education class, sports, and daily life. Enhancing the quality of students’ motor skills can enhance the quality of the activities in a physical education program and the daily lives of students.
Motor skills are actions that require the use of muscles in specific ways to achieve a desired outcome. These abilities are learned and developed from an early age and can continue to develop through instruction. Motor skills are combined to create games and activities.
Sports day will be conducted every year where the children get a platform to boost their sportsmanship.
We have included yoga as part of our curriculum. Yoga class is conducted once in a week for the entire school from Play Group to Primary.
Yoga is derived from the root word ‘Yug’ which means ‘to unite’ or ‘to join’. It is a union of mind, body and soul. Practising Yoga helps in building flexibility in children and helps in strengthening their memory and immunity.