SICAS | Features of our Program

 

Tailormade curriculum:

 
While most schools offer PE as a form of recreation, we offer it as an integral part of our curriculum. This curriculum helps children developing key skills in respective sports and involves them to work on associated physical fitness. The primary focus is helping students attain optimum health for the present and assessing their needs to meet future targets. It is designed to provide learning experiences that will help student realize their potential in sports and beyond.
Our detailed lesson-plans are cover specific sports such as cricket, swimming, football, basketball, and tennis. They also covers specific skill development drills that allow students to improve their strength, hand-eye coordination, agility, speed, stamina and endurance. Our Fundamental Movement Skills session plans are created keeping in mind a child’s age and his overall physical development.
Our Sports Coordinator, in conjunction with school-based PE coaches, has the responsibility for designing and rolling out this curriculum that benchmarks itself against some of the top international programs. Each school is responsible to generate a sports calendar that is synchronized and unified so as to foster interschool and intra-SSS competition.




 

IB Sports Programme:
Physical, Social and Personal Education (PSPE)

 
We offer the PSPE program at the SICAS DHA campus. This program is centered on the developing students’ well-being through units that challenge them physically, emotionally and socially. This curriculum, through its diversity, promotes students’ understanding of how to maintain healthy and meaningful relationships with others, and encourages active lifestyles. PSPE identifies and builds upon some of the central ideas utilized in the IB PYP. It provides the models, processes, and values for handling social and personal issues and ensuring health and well-being. Our units cover Movement to Music, Adventure Challenge, Games, Individual Pursuits and Health-Related Fitness
We look to actively develop a student’s well-being through three strands:
1.  Identity
2.  Active living and
3. Interactions