Background
Games & PHYSED

Work without play makes Jack a dull boy

Participation of children in psychomotor activities play a big role in their holistic development and this is seen in their:

A. Motor skills development and performance

B. Educational potential

As children participate in the aforementioned activities, they learn about important values such as: – turn taking

- respect for themselves and others

- adherence to rules and regulations

- honesty

Play also helps children to develop self-esteem and confidence especially after managing a challenging task. Sports enable children to deal with competition and how to cope with winning and losing. Currently, we have engaged UJUZI SOKA, a body of professionals that engages the young ones in sports and other psychomotor activities.