Co-curricular activities are an integral part of life at the School and open up a whole new world of experience for students that develops not only their physical co-ordination but enhances their minds, their creativity and their expressive ability.
Involvement in co-curricular activities, allows students the opportunity to develop further the skills they already have and also to learn more about themselves. This is very important in building and consolidating character as it allows students to learn
• about commitment, teamwork, collaboration, perseverance, courage;
• about handling disappointment as well as success;
• to build resilience as well as new skills;
• to learn about fair play and sportsmanship and doing one’s best for their peers.
Involvement in such activities gives a sense of balance to students’ lives leading to the all-round development of the person, allowing them to form strong friendships.
The following co-curricular activities are usually offered at the BMGS Senior School:
BMGS is a member of the Independent Sporting Association (ISA).