All work and no play make Jack a dull boy. A healthy and cooperative style of living is enhanced with games and activities. Activities based on play and leisure enhances the personalities and creates more involvement. It improves expression and initiation.
Play and humour do more than just add fun to the lives. It brings out the best in many. From the time of hunters and gatherers, the sharing and playfulness have been the key to their success.
We recognise this inherent attitude in people to want to communicate and collaborate with each other through games and play.
When it comes to the children’s playgrounds that we have laid out, we ensure that it is especially for children and not adult-organised.
The non-competitive activities that we have planned help the children realise that there is more to the game than winning. It is not about whom or how many children have achieved the goal.
The main focus is on the cooperation and the compassion that the children have displayed during the games and the activities. The concern for winning should not be the focus point. Team play is the core quality that is expected from the children.
We help in bringing out the best in the children. We help in enhancing the essential skill of how to get what you want along with ensuring that you do not stamp on others’ toes.
In time, children realise that playing well means playing as a group and keeping the interest growing. It is not a cut-throat world after all. Egalitarian behaviour is also encouraged. Equal rights and equal opportunities are created in our environment.
Our games show children that they can have all the fun in the world by playing fair.
We take play time very seriously and ensure that the children have a ball.