Presidency School

Extra-curricular & Co-curricular Activities

Developing a sound body, mind and spirit in your child

Students are exposed to various activities like Vocal and Instrumental music, Western Classical Music, Indian & Western Dance, Theatre & Dramatics, Debates, Elocution, Fine Arts, Martial Arts and Quiz. To satiate the sporting desire in every student we have the following programmes running through the week:

Extra Curricular Activities (ECA) – Four periods weekly
Outdoor Games
  • Cricket
  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Skating
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Throwball
  • Martial Arts
  • Yoga
indoor Games
  • Chess
  • Carrom
  • Table-tennis
Co-Curricular Activities (CCA) – Two periods weekly
  • Aeromodelling and Robotics
  • Aryabhata Club (Math)
  • Aerobics & Western Dance Club
  • Club Kaleidoscope (Art)
  • Community Service Club
  • Gardening Club
  • Technology Club
  • Theatre Club
  • Science Club
  • Reading Club
  • Literary Club
  • Environmental Club
  • Fusion Band Club
  • Indian Dance Club
  • PSBN Fun Club
Activities offered
for Kindergarten
  • Music
  • Singing
  • Drama
  • Art & Craft
  • Manipulatives
  • Physical Education
  • Sand Play
  • Water Play
  • Inter & Intra Class Competition
  • Celebrations of Various Festivals (National & International)
  • Field Trips (related to Themes)
  • Annual Sports
  • Annual Cultural day

Why you need to consider age-appropriate activities

Your child is likely to show natural preferences for certain sports or activities. Start there, being careful to keep your child’s maturity and skill level in mind.

Ages 2 to 5
Your child is likely to show natural preferences for certain sports or activities. Start there, being careful to keep your child’s maturity and skill level in mind.

  • Running
  • Climbing
  • Jumping
  • Dancing
  • Playing catch with a lightweight ball
  • Pedaling a tricycle
  • Supervised water play
Ages 6 to 7
As children get older, their coordination and attention spans improve. They’re also better able to follow directions and understand the concept of teamwork. Consider organized activities such as –

  • Soccer
  • Cricket
  • Gymnastics
  • Swimming
  • Tennis
  • Golf
  • Track & Field
  • Martial Arts
Age 8 and older 
By age 8, most sports — including contact sports — may be acceptable, as long as your child wears appropriate protective gear. Carefully supervised strength training is OK at this age, too.