The Sagar School with its large campus has ample space for a multitude of sports. Trained coaches assisted by multi-talented teachers encourage children to make personal sporting choices from football, cricket, athletics, basketball, tennis, table tennis, badminton, squash, swimming, horse riding, cycling and wall climbing. The students are coached well in the games of their choice and as they raise their standards of play, they graduate from inter-house and inter-school tournaments to state and national level championships.


  • Volleyball

    1 court with a seating capacity of more than 200.

  • Football

    2 grass fields

  • Hockey

    1 full size grass field

  • Basketball

    3 (2 Cemented outdoor courts and 1 Wooden floored indoor court)

  • Cricket

    1 full sized field, 3 cemented and 3 turf pitches for net practice.

  • Table Tennis

    1 indoor table tennis room with 4 stag tables and a robot for practice.

  • Lawn Tennis

    Two synthetic courts and two grass courts, leverage tennis ball throwing machine for practice.

  • Squash

    3 indoor International standard courts with glass walls.

  • Badminton

    3 wooden floor indoor courts with a seating pavilion for more than 200 spectators. 4 outdoor cemented courts for practice.

  • Athletics

    8 lane 400 mtr track.

  • Swimming Pool

    1 solar heated pool with seating pavilion for more than 400 spectators.

  • Equestrian Arena

    1 (80 X 20) meters arena.

  • Wall Climbing

    1 Artificial climbing wall.

  • Yoga


  • Marching Techniques


  • Cycling


Sport is an integral part of the educational experience at The Sagar School. Children of all abilities are encouraged to play meaningful and competitive sport. There are four key benefits of sports in education:

  • Working in a team towards an external, collective objective.
  • The challenge of competition and of mastering physical skills.
  • The self-evident benefits of physical exercise.
  • The concept of fair play, and the ability to cope with both success and failure.

Morning conditioning is the first compulsory routine of the day. Students get a headstart to an alert day by engaging in yoga, stretching & mass drill, marching techniques, cycling, horse riding and swimming.

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