Sports and PE

Keeping the idea of “A Sound Mind in a Sound Body”, the school lays emphasis on building physical strength, fitness, and endurance. All the students take part in physical activities during the regular Physical Education Period.

The PEC CARD ACTIVITIES have been introduced at the Primary Level and the students have been learning the concepts related to English, EVS, and Math in a play-way method, which is more effective and enjoyable. Physical fitness is also a parameter of evaluation and hence along with athletics and sports, a Mass PT is conducted where children are trained to develop coordination, endurance, speed, agility, strength, and the fine motor skills. Interpersonal skills and team spirit is the natural fallout of adapting to a group.

Every year, the school holds Annual Athletic Meet, both for Junior and Senior school students where the students display their athletic prowess and compete with a healthy spirit.

Weekly classes for the primary in yoga and karate teach students self-defense, discipline, achieve fitness, control, and harmony. Meditation & Pranayama are taught to the children to improve concentration.

Nursery and Kindergarten

  1. Swimming
  2. Skating

Classes I-V

  1. Physical Fitness
  2. Basketball
  3. Cricket
  4. Football
  5. Volley Ball
  6. Track Events
  7. Badminton
  8. Throwball
  9. Table Tennis
  10. Yoga
  11. Aerobics
  12. Tae-kwon-do

Classes VI-XII

  1. Football
  2. Basketball
  3. Cricket
  4. Volley Ball
  5. Badminton
  6. Table Tennis
  7. Track Events

Cardio Workout at home using a stick for the students of classes VI-X

Many children are feeling restless cooped up indoors during the lockdown, and parents are struggling to keep them engaged, safe, and healthy. There is a simple option to mitigate this problem — exercise. Exercise is very important for everyone, especially for students. Students can develop their fitness level with the help of exercises.

So, we introduced some in-house exercises which students can do at home to keep themselves fit. Cardio Workout using a stick has been shared with the students of classes VI-XII. It does not require any special equipment but a simple, easily available stick. Students can increase the intensity of the workout with the number of repetitions or sets.

Some good benefits of the cardio workout for 3 days a week are as follows:

  1. Cardio workout helps to reduce weight
  2. Cardio workout also helps to strengthen the immune system
  3. It decreases the risk of heart disease
  4. With cardio exercise, the heart gets stronger and pumps more blood with each beat.
  5. Cardio or aerobics exercises also help to increase your confidence, emotional stability, memory, and brain function.

Pre-workout Warm-Up sequences for the entire body for the students of classes VI-X

The importance of warm–up exercises should be considered by anybody who works out. A good warm-up will raise the body temperature, which is particularly helpful to the body muscles. As the muscle temperature increases, oxygen becomes more available to the muscles, allowing them to contract and relax more easily. It improves muscle elasticity and allows for efficient cooling, meaning less chance of accidentally hurting oneself or overheating during the workout and ruining the entire day. It also increases one’s flexibility and mentally prepares oneself for a good exercise session.

Aerobics for Students of classes III-V

Aerobics is an activity that gets your blood pumping and large muscle groups working. It keeps weight in check and strengthens muscles. It is one of the best ways to build stronger bones. Aerobics exercises can make children stronger. It helps in improving one’s academic performance, as a fit body can help you develop a fit mind. Last but not the least, aerobics is safe for most, including kids, and is also fun.

Chair based exercises for the students of classes I-X

Chair-based exercises have many of the same benefits as other forms of physical activity. These activities have the added benefit of being low-impact and gentle on the joints. This makes physical activity possible for people who may struggle with weight-bearing activities. Chair-based exercises also help in the improvement of flexibility, strength, and coordination. These exercises reduce the risk of falls because chair-based exercises improve posture and balance. It also helps to increase confidence and self-esteem.