Sports are a crucial part of a student’s growth and development. They help in the development of mental health and physical fitness of the body. Through participation in sports and games, a student gains various skills, experience, and confidence that are helpful for developing their personality.

‘’Increased physical activity during the school day can help children’s attention, classroom behavior and achievement in test scores. Meanwhile the decline of play is closely linked to behavioural problems and stunted social, cognitive and creative development.”


Darrell Hammon


Multi-purpose Hall

-50,000 Sqft in area.
-Martial Arts Studio and Snookers/ Table Tennis/ Carromms
-Dance Studio



Volleyball is a fun and active sport that requires teamwork, strength, agility, communication, and depending on the level of the game – the skills of passing, setting, spiking and serving. Playing volleyball demands power and endurance, and dependable muscular strength and flexibility.



Cricket requires stellar hand-eye co-ordination and ball-handling skills. By developing endurance and stamina, a player can sprint between wickets and run to stop balls with minimal exhaustion.


Climbing Wall

Increases Strength, Endurance, and Flexibility. Teaches Hand, Feet, and Eye Coordination. Increases Problem Solving, Planning, and Decision Making Abilities. Develops Communication and Listening Skills.


Wisdom. Block

-50,000 Sqft in area.
-Martial Arts Studio and Snookers/ Table Tennis/ Carromms
-Dance Studio



Basketball, like any other sport, requires hard skill development through intentional focus and repetition of acts like shooting, ball handling and offensive skills.



Football allows the player to perform well under pressure, hence building composure; to accept defeat and build mental strength; deal with unnecessary aggression from the opponents and build will-power; and most importantly to persevere.


Squash Court

Improves heart health. Squash has many aspects which help to improve your cardiovascular health, including running, jumping and diving .Improves hand eye coordination.


Swimming Pool

While being a transformative and meditative experience, water adds resistence so swimming adds to strength training. It takes more muscle strength to move arms and legs through water. Swimming develops muscles and motor skills and helps improve co-ordination.