A Scientific Sports Edu'n Prgm For School Children

Sports Edu'n Program For Children
The TAIS ties with Sports Education Company to provide a specific sports education programme for school children and hence the association of International Schools of India entered into a partnership with sports Mentor Pvt. Ltd.

The objective of this programme is to identify the talent and training students to represent the country at International competitions like the Youth Olympic Games.


According to the signed report it is commanded the Sports Mentor to conduct the TAISI National Sports Championships from 2013-14 to 2018-19. This competition is scheduled to be held in every November at a TAISI member school in India.

Further, the students who win the competition in the TAISI National Championships will be trained with the target of earning medals at international sports competitions. The tournament targets 300 plus schools under various International Boards, in order to participate in the competition.

The TAISI Chairperson, Anu Monga says that, "The integration of science in sports training will not only help our students perform better but also ensures that they understand the science through sports. We are committed to contributing towards India's sporting future".

Why Need Physical Education For Children?

Many studies have demonstrated the positive effects of physical education and physical activity on school performance. Several studies have stated that providing increased time for physical activity can lead to better concentration, reduced disruptive behaviors and higher test scores in reading, math and writing .

Physically fit students are less likely to miss school, partake in risky behaviors and more which are all associated with better outcomes in school. The program also promotes physical activity outside of school and rewards children for engaging in physical activity with their families.

It has also been proven that when students are involved in a physical activity program, there is an "improved rate of academic learning per unit of class time" and that increased time spent in physical education does not negatively effect student scores.

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