The school has always been committed to the promotion of sport, which is a fundamental pillar in the training and education of pupils. Through sporting activity, children build their personalities and gain self-confidence.
It is also a great transition to adult life, as it teaches values such as effort, solidarity and social norms. But apart from intellectual maturation, physical activity is also part of the body’s development and maintenance system. Lack of exercise is therefore linked to organic disorders and various pathologies such as anxiety.
We currently have 16 sports schools, which include individual and team sports. Many of these schools are federated.