• Open and inclusive spaces that reflect openness to learning.
  • Enduring respect for children as thinkers and explorers.
  • Structures and processes ‘led’ by children, experiential education, collaborative work and skilful feedback.
  • Choices with a purpose that define children as individuals far more than their abilities.
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Q. How much time on an average does a student spend on physical activities?
Children spend 45 minutes each day in the outdoors. The outdoor curriculum is designed to enable children to discover new aspects of their own agility, endurance, physical strength, mental strength, stamina and team spirit. A range of sport activities are organised each day to help children connect with their inner desire to stretch, climb, run, jump, fall and strive to discover new limits and new challenges. As children grow, new skills are acquired through a specific sports curriculum that is planned keeping in focus age relevant physical capacities and potential.

Q. Do we go for inter school matches?

Q. What are the sports facilities offered to middle and senior school children?