In addition to improve physical health, sport plays a primarily positive role in children development, including academic achievement, higher self-esteem, fewer behavioural problems, and better psychosocial.
The effects of sport on the five “C’s”—competence, confidence, connections, character, and caring—which are considered critical components of positive youth development.
It has long been thought that the many facets of playing sport—the discipline of training, learning teamwork, following the leadership of coaches and captains, learning to lose—provide lifelong skills for young people.
MULTI SPORTS ACTIVITIES:
BASIC TENNIS SKILLS
SKATE & ROLLERBLADING
& FUN PLAY GAMES….