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Creative Sports

what is creative sports

What is Creative Sports

Participating in sports helps children explore and develop skills which are beneficial throughout their lives.

Through our Creative Sports programme, children are exposed to various mental, social, emotional, physical and educational benefits such as developing their self-esteem, social skills and discipline as well as helping them understand the concept of teamwork and learning how to accept defeat gracefully at times.

goals of creative sports

Goals of Creative Sports

Boosts motor skills and agility.

Boosts motor skills and agility.

Develop auditory skills

Develop auditory skills such as discriminating between sounds and developing the ear for the music of words used during training.

brain development

Speeds up brain development and develop the fine art of eye-hand coordination.

love for sports

Instil the love for sports in children.

imaginative play

Engage children in imaginative play through arts and crafts and other fun activities.


Promotes good sportsmanship and develop the understanding of teamwork.

creative sports classes

Our Creative Sports Classes

Fun n' Fit

Curated specially for children of ages 12 to 24 months. Fun & Fit helps to develop cognitive and gross motor skills. Besides that, it also engages children physically through active play, ball sports, tumbling and obstacle training.


Join us for our Sports Day on our 10th week of every term!

Fun n Fit

Fun n' Fit

Ages 12 to 24 months


Currently Unavailable

Teddy Sports

Teddy Sports curriculum based teaching system has been developed using the Visual Auditory Kinesthetic (VAK) accelerated learning style

Applying the VAK multi-sensory learning approach to teaching has proved to be very effective, particularly for young children so when they play Teddy Soccer, Teddy Tennis, Teddy Rugby or Teddy Basketball, they see it, they hear it, they do it and they really get it…and they LOVE it too!

Teddy Sports

Teddy Sports

Ages 2 to 4

Currently Unavailable

(Parent-accompanied for 2 years old, independent for 3 & 4 years old.)

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