At Beaulieu Preparatory School, we believe that sport should be enjoyed by all participants and that competitive sport, at too young an age, can result in disenchantment. At an Under 9 level, matches are regarded as educationalopportunities in which the competitive aspect is secondary to the participants’assimilation of all aspects of the game.
Our aim is to develop our children’s physical skills by introducing them to as many different sporting activities as possible. Our programme allows us to introduce pupils to the merits of teamwork and interaction, and to teach them to win or lose with grace and dignity. The rules and etiquette of a variety of games are taught from a young age.The school provides appropriate sporting equipment to enable the pupils to participate effectively in practices and in matches against other schools. Our pupils learn to take care of the equipment they use and to take pride in their appearance both on and off the field.
We recognise each individual’s ability and motivate him/her to persevere and achieve and we also teach all our pupils the importance of being ambassadors of the school.We ensure that every Beaulieu Preparatory pupil who wishes to represent our school has the opportunity to realize this goal. Above all, we teach the importance of fair play and good sportsmanship.
A member of the Independent Schools Association of Southern Africa (ISASA),
Southern African Heads of Independent Schools Association (SAHISA). Accredited by Umalusi
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