Fit India School Week(25 Nov – 29 Nov)
25 November 2019 – i)Yoga for all the students.
Fitness does not mean only physical fitness, but also means mental strength and emotional equanimity. The best to achieve all three together, is Yoga.
ii)Activities on fitness and nutrition for students.
As school age is the perfect time for children to learn about healthy food and bodies, lectures on nutrition and fitness activities were conducted for the students.
26 November 2019 – i)Free Hand Exercise for all.
A sound mind in a sound body, this old Greek proverb emphasizes that the mind and body should be both healthy and sound. The enhancement of physical and mental development of children is certainly the most important contribution of sports for children. Keeping this view in mind, a Free Hand Exercise activity was organized. Children performed different exercises like breathing, stretching, bending etc. It helped them to improve their stamina, flexibility and energy level.
ii) Lecture on Mental Fitness Activities by Eminent Speaker Ms. Shaneela Gharat Sports & Exercise Psychologist M.Sc. in Sport and Exercise Psychology, Loughborough University, UK at 10.30 a.m. in the School Assembly Hall.
27 November 2019 – i) Colour the picture competition from Std 1-4
ii) Poster making competition for Std 5-10
RMS turned into a world of colourful and imaginative posters during this competition. The young artists participated in it enthusiastically using their creativity and fine motor skills. The theme for the competition was – “Fit Body-Fit Mind-Fit Environment”. All the students effortlessly managed to take their imagination to the advanced level.
28 November 2019 – i) Physical activities including Martial Art( Taekwondo), Aerobic ( Zumba
Dance) & Rope Skipping were conducted for the students.
29 November 2019 – i) Fitness Quiz
To engage an enlighten the students, an Inter-School Fitness Quiz Competition was organized. The competition was conducted in three sections Group I (Std I-Std III), Group II (Std IV-Std VII), Group III (Std VIII-Std X). It was conducted in a very interactive way and the teams participated with great enthusiasm. They skillfully answered the questions asked. The quiz was a great success and children enjoyed it a lot.
i) Traditional/ Regional Games for Students
Tradtional games are such a device – they teach healthy competition, mutual tolerance, thinking skills for facing problems, attitude to accept defeat and show dignity in victory. Keeping this view in mind , games like Pakda-Pakdi, Kho-Kho, Atya-Patya were conducted for students on the school ground.