Sports helps students to increase confidence, mental alertness, and self-esteem. Sports are important in schools because it helps to teach various skills to students like leadership, patience, patience, team efforts, and social skills.Playing sports teaches lessons of life, such as teamwork, accountability, self-confidence, responsibility, and self-discipline. Sports in school help prepare students to face the challenges of life. They enhance physical and mental abilities of students and help them achieve the goals of their life. Sports in education helps to develop mental growth and increases the power of reasoning of students. Being actively involved in sports can help students relax from their daily routine of learning syllabus and reduces exam stress. One needs to keep a balance between work and play to keep the body and soul inn sync. Development from sport goes beyond learning new physical skills. Sport helps children develop better ways to cope with the highs and lows of life. When they’re playing sport, children learn to lose. … Playing sport helps children learn to control their emotions and channel negative feelings in a positive way.

Academic Performance

Participating in athletics has been known to improve the cognitive and memory functions of the brain, helping kids perform better in tests and academics. Further, traits such as discipline and perseverance also play an important part in better academic performance.

1. Sport teaches tenacity.

The ability to fail and learn from the setback and move forward is a vital life skill. Learning that failure is not the end, but part of the learning experience has far-reaching implications, affecting our self-esteem, our resilience, and our mental agility. These skills are vital for success as we grow into adults to survive and thrive life’s setbacks and challenges.

2.      Sport teaches teamwork.

Even if you are naturally someone who is happy with your own company or more introverted, there are times when you will need to collaborate. Sport encourages the development of this skill set.

3.      Sport teaches discipline. 

 Motivation is finite but our capacity for motivation can be bolstered. If from a young age we are taught  the benefits of “type 2 fun” and hone the ability to work towards a greater reward, evidence show s that people are less likely to  suffer from depression and experience greater life satisfaction.

“What can be learned on the ground cannot be learned in the classroom” . 

KRMWS lay a strong emphasis on sports and physical development. Our sports curriculum is planned and designed for students to develop and enhance skills like strength, speed, endurance, agility, flexibility, control, balance etc. Sports today has also evolved as a form of entertainment and also offers promising careers.

We believe in mass participation, exposing our students to a number of sports events at inter-school, state, national and international level. Every student is encouraged to join at least one school sports team. The P.E. teachers we employ are young and energetic with a good amount of expertise in sports and provide coaching for sports We have weekly achievable goals for the different skills required for a particular sport and train students accordingly. Intersection matches are conducted at regular intervals..

For students to know the benefits of the sports they play, they are informed about the body parts and muscle development in playing each sport along with game knowledge.

  • Cricket for Patience
  • Tennis for Mental Endurance
  • Football for Teamwork
  • Running to Focus the Mind
  • Golf for Social Skills
  • Hockey for Leadership
  • Badminton Improves Agility
  • Taekwondo for Fighting Skills