One with the World ,
One of a Kind
Kalyani Charitable Trust

Orchid International School - OIS

Nashik, Maharashtra

Premier Co-educational, Residential cum Day School

 Physical development of the children is crucial to their overall well-being and hence the school focuses on the same seriously. Different aspects like providing proper diet, providing a proper daily schedule, providing ample games, sports and athletic opportunities to the students are all well thought out and taken care to provide appropriately calibrated environment to the students. Starting the day with an interstingly designed outdoor program helps to build agility and endurance. The students are trained in all major games such as football, cricket, and volley ball, throw ball and basketball. Athletic training is also imparted to talented children, who are given specialized training in all track and field events such as short sprints, middle and long distance running and also in throw events. OIS has well defined separate play fields for all major sporting activities and the children have already made a mark in games such as basketball and cricket at the local and the state level. The opportunities for physical education are as below:

Sports Coaching and Facilities

We presently have five full time, residential faculty members and four non-residential coaches who visit the school at least three days a week. The games and sports activities being offered presently are as follows.

  • Athletics – Atheletics - a standard athletic ground is operational from June 2017.
  • Basketball
  • Caroms
  • Chess
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Gymnasium
  • Handball
  • Horse Riding
  • Pranayama
  • Rifle Shooting
  • Roller skating
  • Slide, swing and see saw for the tiny ones of staff members
  • Slides, swings, see saw etc. for the smaller children
  • Swimming
  • Table Tennis
  • Tennis courts
  • Volleyball
  • Yogasanas

Adventure Camps and Endurance Development

As part of the physical education and development of the children we have been organizing adventure camps of 5 to 8 days duration after the end of each of our two terms, viz. in the months of October and March every year. As an example, the activities and nature of exposure provided to students in one of the programs are indicated below. About 45 teachers were involved in the program, including our nine faculty members.

  • Adventure Films
  • Aerobics
  • Archery
  • Burma Bridge
  • Drill
  • Exposure coaches
  • First Aid Training
  • Group Discussion
  • Horse Riding
  • Jungle Survival
  • Kayaking
  • Map Reading
  • Military Training
  • Monkey Crawl
  • Night Navigation
  • Obstacle Race
  • Parasailing
  • Physical Training
  • Pranayama
  • Prone Position Shooting
  • Rappelling
  • Rifle Shooting
  • River Crossing
  • Rope Wall Climbing
  • Self Defense
  • Snake Show
  • Special athletics coaching
  • Special cricket coaching
  • Special handball coaching
  • Treasure Hunt
  • Trekking
  • Valley Crossing
  • Yoga
  • Zummaring
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