Physical Education

Sports have been of prime importance, which instill spirit of discipline and team work. At LIS our playground is designed in such a way that children’s play can come to full expression where they can run, jump, hide-n-be-sought or just explore their physical fitness. A well maintained dual swimming pool, basket ball court, athletic track, skating ring and volleyball court all contribute to the complete outdoor play arena.Students are also exposed to an excellent indoor facility which comprises of badminton court, table tennis, chess, billiards, table soccer, carom, shooting, yoga and martial arts all contribute to complete indoor play arena. Expert coaches will train them; as a result, no sooner they will excel in all games. Participation in all games will initially be made compulsory for children so they know about the different games and then gradually they will be trained to excel and compete in games of their choice.

Winning is not everything, but wanting to win is


“Yoga is a light, which once lit, will never dim. The better your practices, the brighter the flame” Yoga helps children to see the beauty of light within themselves, thereby boosting their self confidence and physical levels. The method comprises various yoga postures or ‘asanas’ that aim to keep the body healthy. The mental techniques include breathing exercise of ‘Pranayama’ and meditation or ‘dhyana’ to discipline mind under the supervision of a yoga expert. Some benefits of yoga have been enlisted below: Strengthens the immune system Balances and co ordinates body awareness Assists neuromuscular development Relieves mental as well as physical tension and stress Increases muscle strength and endurance

Martial Art

“Martial art is not about fighting, it’s about building character” Kids should do martial arts in this day and age to get active and moving. One of the many challenges that parents face today is that of children becoming couch potatoes and this interesting art can certainly bring the children out of their couch domains. Martial art is mandatory to be included in the curriculum of any educational institution as it provides agility and swiftness in children as well as being a self defense technique. At LIS under the guidance of a qualified ‘Sensei’, children will learn self defense, personal safety, discipline determining opponents’ weakness, use of force against opponents, developing skills of sensing danger. Learning shito-ryu, curriculum of different attacks using geri(kicks), zuki(punches), uke(blocks), daches(stances) will be the techniques incorporated in martial arts classes.


“Gymnastics teaches everything – life lessons, responsibility, discipline and respect” Gymnastics is “hand – eye co ordination, timing and balance” Gymnastic exercises are the most comprehensive life style exercises for any child, regular participation in gymnastics can teach children how to live a healthy life. Besides regular physical activities gymnastics has been introduced as an indoor activity. Gymnastics give opportunity to learn about social skills like listening following directions, taking turns and respecting others. A trained gymnast will be training students to balance on the beam, bars and rings and teach various rhythmic aerobic and artistic skills. Benefits Flexibility, endurance and co-ordination are enhanced Staying fit and healthy becomes a way of life Incorporating strength becomes vital Determination, courage and self confidence are improved upon Improved cognitive abilities.At LIS under the guidance of our qualified mentors, our students learn the proficiency in this sport.


Football, a cherished pastime transcending urban and rural landscapes in India, unites communities and sparks passion. Nationally, India stands at 3rd place in Asia and 104th globally, with youth championships showcasing the country's football potential. Despite success, sponsorship challenges persist, hindering the sport's growth. The Indian senior men's team currently holds the 104th rank, highlighting untapped potential. At LIS, our coaches nurture proficiency and passion, aiming to fuel the next generation's contribution to India's football legacy.


“Cricket to us is more than a game, It is worship in the summer sun.” Cricket is a most famous and passionate sports of India for many years. It is mostly liked by the children. Generally they used to play cricket on any small open places like road, small fields, etc. Kids and children are so fond of knowing about the cricket and its rules and regulations. At LIS under the guidance of our qualified coaches, our students learn the specifications of the game perfectly and can dream to become a good cricketer in their young age.


Athletics is a term encompassing the human competitive sports and games requiring physical skill, and the systems of training that prepare athletes for competition performance. Athletic sports or contests, are competitions which are primarily based on human, physical competition, demanding the qualities of stamina, fitness, and skill. At LIS under the guidance of our qualified coaches, our students learn and are trained such activities.


Winning is overrated. The only time it is really important is in surgery and war. Basketball, game played between two teams of five players each on a rectangular court, usually indoors. Each team tries to score by tossing the ball through the opponent’s goal, an elevated horizontal hoop and net called a basket.This game full of energy and thereby at LIS it is taught by our professional coaches to fulfill our students with the zeal to learn this energetic game and be a perfect player.


Skating involves any sports or recreational activity which consists of traveling on surfaces. Roller skating, gliding on a hard, smooth, durable surface on skates with rollers or wheels, in recent years has become a popular adult sport. Skates mounted on wooden rollers date from the 1860s, and soon wooden wheels replaced the rollers. The ball-bearing skate wheel was invented in the 1880s. The origin of roller skates is obscure (perhaps they were first used in Holland), but the sport became popular among children throughout the world. Keeping this in mind we at LIS under the guidance of our qualified coaches, our students learn and are trained such activities.


Since 1992, badminton has been an Olympic sport. It is an indoor game in which the contestants bat a shuttlecock back and forth across a net without permitting the shuttlecock to touch the ground.It is a popular game among all keeping this in mind at LIS our students are trained by professional coaches to develop perfection in this particular sport.


The history of chess goes back almost 1500 years. The most commonly held belief is that chess originated in India, where it was called Chaturanga, which appears to have been invented in the 6th century AD. Although this is commonly believed, it is thought that Persians created a more modern version of the game after the Indians. Chess is a two-player strategy board game played on a chessboard, a checkered game board with 64 squares arranged in an 8×8 grid.The game is played by millions of people worldwide. At LIS we develop our students to face any challenge with confidence.

Table - Tennis

Table tennis is a very fun and enjoyable game. Now it is not only a game, but a sport – an Olympic sport. At LIS under the guidance of our qualified coaches, our students learn and are trained for this sport.


Billiards is a game played on a rectangular table half as wide as it is long. There are several games that can be played with a variation of three to twenty-one balls. As to play this sport one require a perfect guidance, At LIS our students are trained by professional coaches to develop perfection in this sport.


Carom is a tabletop game. It is between billiards and table shuffleboard. Carom is known by many names around the world, including carrum, couronne, carum, karam, karom, karum, fatta (Punjabi) and finger billiards.At LIS students are exposed to play this game and are guided by our sports mentors.

Table - Socker

Table Soccer is a tabletop game simulating football, in which several model players are attached to a board with springs, and flicked in order to "kick" the ball. The board is indented around each player so that the ball will always roll into a flickable position. At LIS we train our students to play this game with perfection and tricks.