Football was a part of the activity in CAS. Football is a great form of exercise as there is lots of running. Through playing the sport I really explored by physical ability, strengths and weaknesses. Many people consider football at its highest level to be so beautiful as to be practically an art form. The skill at which great players and great football teams work the ball, strategize, and flow as one can be an awesome thing to play. I feel through this CAS experience I have become a better footballer and have more confidence in myself to do anything that requires physical exertion.
By Mohammed Ilays (Gr.XII)
Martial art was a part of our activity in CAS. Our Goal was to learn taekwondo a form of martial arts. This activity helped us identify our own strengths and weaknesses. This form of martial is very difficult when it comes to learning some type of kicks. We all showed commitment and perseverance in this activity and took challenges which were difficult to achieve(like the certain type of kicks). Basically, this activity will help in self-defence in the future.
By Taha Khalid (Gr.XI)
As part of Activity in CAS which aims to promote a healthy lifestyle, we had taken up Basketball to learn new skills and identify our areas of strength. The lesson plan was made to learn one skill in two classes, henceforth I have developed skills like dribbling, defending, passing, throwing the ball in the basket. This activity has not only helped me to develop a healthy lifestyle but also collaborative skills and has made me balanced. After learning this sport I have also improved my coordination and this has made me a principled sportsperson.
By Ayesha Ahmed (Gr.XII)
Basically my goal was to accomplish all the 7 learning outcomes and to overcome my weaknesses by enjoying each and every moment with my friends and teachers. The most amazing part is that not only me but most of us accomplished that mission. One new thing which we enhanced in ourselves was that we built good relationships with our friends and teachers after staying there for 3 days. Some of the unforgettable moments were rappelling, rope climbing, river crossing, zipping, night trekking, 13 km trek in the morning and how can I forget the food we ate there. I basically had life experiences which I never had before. I experienced that life which I just see underprivileged people living. I actually felt their real pain after living there for three days. My respect for those people increased further and will never end.
By Zehra Ibrahim (Gr.XI)