Have you wondered how Physical Education can impact the student’s performance in the classroom and at home?

Some of the benefits of being physically active are weight management, reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases, and stronger bones, and muscles. Additionally, it has cognitive benefits like:

  • Improved mood via reduced anxiety.
  • Reduced stress.
  • Improved self-esteem.
  • Pride in physical accomplishments.
  • Improved memory.
  • Higher levels of energy.

Our programs promote physical well-being through participation in sports and games where the students will practice their coordination, communication skills, teamwork, and sportsmanship, all essential elements in the development of the students.

Our goal is to encourage the young generation to explore physical activities to lead a healthy lifestyle in the long term.

Benefits of Physical Activity for Students

  • Better focus in school. When the brain activates following exercise, it can better concentrate and helps improve memory and information retention. This helps students to perform better and learn more information during lessons.
  • Better academic performance. Studies show that physically active students get better grades. These students also perform better on standardized tests and have higher graduation rates.
  • Builds a strong, healthy body. Students that develop a routine for physical activity when they are younger lower their risk of obesity, heart disease, high blood pressure, and other life-altering diseases and conditions. This helps them build a healthier and stronger body for a longer life.
  • Improves sleep quality. Students that participate in physical activity get better sleep and achieve a deeper sleep that helps their bodies to recover from exercise. Better sleep increases their ability to focus or concentrate their energy levels, and better manage stress.
  • Build self-confidence. Finding a skill, activity, or sport in which a student can find success helps build self-confidence, which helps students try new skills, learn new information, and take risks.
  • More energy. A body in motion stays in motion. When a student participates in regular physical activity, they will have more energy and be alert throughout their day. This helps them engage in their learning and enjoy the class.
  • It is FUN. It is important for all students to just have fun! Finding an activity, a student enjoys and finds pleasure in will help increase the likelihood of them participating in physical activity for their lifetime.