Having a healthy child means one that is taken care of in body and mind. Physical development, with its dynamic play and group activities, encourage children to learn to participate in a cooperative way. This sets up healthy social dynamics, and a way to encourage children to enter into sports as they grow. At our school, we have given ample amounts of time for our students for physical development. Keeping an interest in taking care of oneself, by consistent physical activity, builds a foundation for a fit lifestyle throughout life.

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