Physical Education is an important part of our co-scholastic activities. Sports fosters team spirit, sportsmanship and over all physical development. The school encourages children to develop their fitness levels through exercises, aerobics and games. Healthy eating habits are also encouraged from the Nursery upwards. Moreover, track and field events are conducted throughout the year along with march past and basic gymnastics.
In today's world of technology with the internet, television and video games serving as a stiff competition for the outdoors, it is more important than ever to ensure that our kids get enough exercise, understand the importance of playing outdoors and learning the rules of fair play.
The Spirit of good Sportsmanship is learnt on the playing fields at school. Sports teaches us about teamwork and to work together to achieve a common goal. It's also about trust and responsibility and about dealing with success and failure. We learn about coping with pressure and the need to stick with training in order to improve. Research carried out both in the West and East support that teens who are involved in extracurricular activities actually do better than their non-involved peers in a number of areas.
At FIS, we do have an exclusive collection of sporting events that involve competitive running, jumping, throwing, and walking. We have long jump, high jump, discus throw, javelin throw and the shot putt. In addition to these, we have basketball, football, throw ball, cricket, badminton, table tennis, chess and carrom.