Physical Education has for its purpose to develop the powers of the body in such a way so as to make them co-operative with those of the mind and soul for the development of the whole man.

Games provides more than Physical Training as they develop initiative, decision, endurance skill and team spirit and because they offer opportunities for moral formation and social training, they are especially encouraged.

  • Physical Training Games and Sports are compulsory activities not the School Curriculum.
  • No child will be exempted from Physical Training or Games unless a Medical Certificate is produced, even when an exemption is granted, the child must attend the above classes.
  • The Games Referee is the sole authority on the Referee Field and her/his decision is always final.
  • Habitual lack of punctuality, disobedience to the Referee or Games Captains or bad spirit displayed on the play field is sufficient reason to suspend a player from games and if the offence is serious, the player will be disqualified from the Inter-house or Inter-School Matches.