Celebrations & Activities Co-curricular Activities
Co-curricular Activities
Sports and Physical Education

The school has a vast ground. It offers a comprehensive physical education program for the harmonious development of mind and body of the growing children. Because it is guaranteed to reach virtually all children, physical education is the only sure opportunity for nearly all school-age children to access health-enhancing physical activities.

High-quality physical education programs are characterized by (1) instruction by certified physical education teachers, (2) a minimum of 150 minutes per week (30 minutes per day) for children in elementary schools and 225 minutes per week (45 minutes per day) for students in middle and high schools, and (3) tangible standards for student achievement and for high school graduation. Students are more physically active on days on which they have physical education. Quality physical education has strong support from both parents and child health professional organizations.

Several models and examples demonstrate that physical education scheduled during the school day is feasible on a daily basis. Substantial discrepancies exist in state mandates regarding the time allocated for physical education.

Medical Examination

Medical Inspection of the pupils will be conducted once a year and reports of children who require special attention will be sent to the parents, along with the advice of the Medical Officer.