Physical activity stimulates growth and leads to improved physical and emotional health. Today, research shows that the importance of physical activity in children is greater than ever. At Mona School, sports and games play an important role in the school curriculum as they effect a child's development of feelings, self-esteem and self - worth. Students are encouraged to participate in as many sports as they can do develop a wide range of abilities and be successful in whatever game they play.One of the main functions of the teachers in the sport department is to identify sports that are suitable for each student and motivate heshe to participate.
We encourage healthy competition among the students and make use of cooperative games in the Primary and secondary section. While building healthy sportsmanship in students, we try to refrain from asking the usual question after a game, "Did you win?" Whether the answer is yes or no, it doesn't really tell you anything about what the child has just experienced. Rather, questions such as, "Did you have fun?" "What did you like about the game?" and "What did you learn?" emphasizes to the children what is most important about a competitive match, and builds skills necessary for their future roles in society.
The objective of this physical education is to bring the overall awareness of values and to inculcate in students the desirable habits and attitudes towards health, to raise their health status to make the students physically fit and to develop personal and social qualities that will help the human beings. It develops a scientific outlook regarding health and physical education. Awareness is created regarding transfer of fundamental processes to physical activities of one's choice. Gradually, interest is shown in exercise, sports and games for self-satisfaction and making it a part of life. At the Secondary level, sports programs develop interest in activities that can be carried over into adult life, like basketball, football, cricket and tennis.