All Saints' School

Sports Education

Sports develop the physical as well as mental strength in students.

Our school recognizes the need and importance of games and sports activities in a student’s life. School provides a variety of games and sports facilities to develop a sound mind and a fit body for all its students.
We have lush green grounds for cricket, hockey, football, basketball, two lawn tennis clay courts, standard size skating rink and standard size horse riding area, one standard size badminton court, 10 metre shooting range, chess room, table tennis room and MP hall for Karate. In addition we have a fully equipped gymnasium and an Olympic sized athletic track.

Importance of Sports-

Sports should be a major part of the school curriculum because if students stay emotionally and physically healthy, they can easily focus on their studies. Students have to participate in school sports 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. 

Develop Discipline

Students learn to follow the rules and regulations of the game, obey and respect the decision of the coach.

Develop Social Life

When students are part of any sports team, so it helps them to interact with many people of different ages.

Develop Teamwork

Students also learn how to cooperate with other teammates to win and enable to respect the other point of views.

Positive Mentoring

During sports activities, every sportsperson is encouraged by their parents, coaches, and friends for achieving success.

Meet Our Team Captains

Amanda Lee

Girls Football Team Captain

Lee Stoner

Boys Cricket Team Captain

Monica Gala

Grils Cricket Tam Captian

One can register for following teams-

To  get yourself registered for school team you need to  contact concerned school team coach. 

Registration for team is totally free. Our school never charge anything beyond your annual sports fee. 

Coach is supposed to give you rule manual. Selection Procedure is defined in the same manual.