Co-curricular Activities

Co-curricular  activities facilitate in the development of various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development, emotional development, social development, moral development and aesthetic development. Creativity, Enthusiasm, and Energetic, Positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of Extracurricular activities.

Euro School boasts of something very few schools in the city do – a multi-sport playground for Athletics, Cricket, khokho, kabaddi, karate and football.

Euro School Nadiad has professional coaches so that our students specialize in games and sports.

Outdoor education, training and recreation promote active learning through direct personal experience and offer excitement, fun and adventure within a framework of safety.Playing sports and spending time outdoors is an important part of healthy development for kids.

Use of the outdoors makes a major contribution to physical and environmental education and enhances many other curriculum areas. It contributes to personal growth and social awareness and develops skills for life and the world of work. Qualities such as a sense of responsibility and a purpose in life are nurtured. There is also a great deal of intrinsic enjoyment and satisfaction to be experienced from participation in outdoor activities.

Teamwork and Trust

One advantage of participating in team sports is learning about teamwork and building trust with your teammates. Sports teams are a great way for kids to interact with their peers and learn valuable social skills that can later be used in school and work.

Physical Fitness

Perhaps the most obvious benefit of participating in sports and outdoor play is physical fitness. Outdoor activities engage large motor function and help with physical coordination. Not only do kids benefit in the present, they also learn an appreciation for fitness that carries into later life.

Confidence and Facing Challenge

There are also emotional benefits for kids who participate in sports and spend time outdoors. They experience challenges that help them develop confidence and learn about the world. They are taught to deal with winning and losing and how to do both with grace. Not only that, their confidence is boosted as they push the boundaries of their capabilities.

Participation in sports and outdoor activities provide kids with an opportunity to learn about their talents. They might not do well with some things, and that is OK, but they also learn about their natural talents and where they excel.

Academic and Intellectual Benefits

Research has shown that children who participate in sports benefit intellectually and perform better in school. Studies show exercise programs enhance development of specific mental processes. Sports help many children deal with challenges during their school years and later in life.

Appreciation for Nature

Finally, spending time outdoors, whether in organized sports or general free play, teaches children about the value of nature. Kids who spend time outdoors generally develop a greater appreciation for being outside.

In addition to large motor skill development, confidence, and social and academic skills, sports and outdoor activities help kids learn to love the natural world around them.


There are a lot of inter school competitions that our students have won and the main thing is to participate in as many school and inter school competitions as possible.

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