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The Kairos international school offers a wealth of sporting opportunities to those students who wish to be active outside of their lessons. By utilising many local and specialist sporting facilities, co-curricular sport is offered across all grades during lunchtime and school hours. With this in mind, students at Kairos are sure to find something that fulfils their sporting appetite!
Physical education is a vital part of a balanced school curriculum. Regular exercise improves physical and mental health and there is growing evidence that it improves academic performance across the curriculum. Establishing good patterns of exercise in primary school provides learners with the foundation for an active and healthy lifestyle
How is the programme taught?
This subject is taught through a broad range of tasks, challenges and physical activities. It includes cooperative, competitive, athletic, adventurous and health-based contexts that are appropriate for each learning stage. Learners will move for as much of each lesson as possible, with activities designed to promote learners’ confidence, self-esteem, cognitive abilities and social skills.
What will students learn?

This subject is about learning to move and moving to learn. Learners develop skills through a wide variety of age-appropriate physical activities, including games, gymnastics and dance. As individuals and team members, they will:

Develop transferable skills promoting physical, cognitive and social development and become independent, critical and reflective movers and thinkers.

Outdoor Sports

Indoor Sports