This is done by offering a wide range of inclusive opportunities for our community to participate in sport, health and leisure activities at whatever level they choose. Our Camp has a fully elective program, which allows campers to choose from traditional and not-so-traditional summer camp activities. Our instructors consider sports training a school of endurance and individual aptitude demanding self-control and Fair-play.
I enjoy combative sports like boxing, karate, and of course judo, because they’re a lot of fun, and good for combat conditioning, but at the end of the day they’re just sports. Stonehill students compete regularly with teams from other schools in Bangalore, India, and Asia through our extracurricular and ISACI sports programmes.
Martial arts are more than training your body it is also about training your spirit. Check out the links in the Resources section below and click here for an up to date list of healthy schools grants. The arts in schools are the perfect way to help apply the more basic skills of reading, writing and arithmetic.
I think this has to come through public schools and other publicly available programs. In judo the art of ground grappling or ne-waza and the art of standing grappling or tachi-waza is used prominently in mixed martial arts. The show starts at 7:30pm at the Number 8 Community Arts Centre and tickets are only £5!
Brillantmont competes regularly against other private schools in the area and we are proud of our sports’ results. The Associate of Arts in Dance includes training in hip hop, ballet, modern, contemporary, cultural and performance opportunities in these areas.