Most schools do not pay much attention to the physical development of students. As a result, students suffer from health problems at an early age. Yes, the development of students intellectually and socially is necessary, but without physical development, all of these factors go in vain. As it is said, health is wealth, playing outdoor games and challenging the physical health of students through co-curricular activities help them to enhance their ability of learning. That is why physical education and PeT periods are important ingredients of students’ courses of study. Here’ the list of activities –

  1. Athletics
  2. Gymnastics
  3. Yoga
  4. Meditation
  5. Running
  6. Sports competitions
  7. Zumba