About Our Sports

Sports Facilities at Senthil Public School: Fostering Holistic Development and Life Skills

Senthil Public School is dedicated to nurturing the holistic development of our students, recognizing the pivotal role sports play in achieving this overarching goal. Our expansive playgrounds, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, serve as the training ground for a diverse array of games. Within our Indoor Games Arena, we offer three Shuttle Courts, a Squash Court and a TT Court. Outdoors, our facilities boast two Volleyball courts, a Football field, and a Synthetic Basketball court.

Embodying the spirit of excellence, our school features a 400-meter running track, complete with Long Jump pits, Discus, Shot put, and Javelin Sectors.

In the words of Mia Hamm, "Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice, and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do." Senthil Public School strives to instill this passion for sports in our students, recognizing it as a powerful catalyst for personal growth and achievement.


We have a comprehensive athletics program that includes running, jumping, and throwing events. Our experienced coaches provide personalized training to students, helping them achieve their full potential.

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Our football program focuses on developing skills such as dribbling, passing, and shooting, while also promoting teamwork and sportsmanship. Our students have the opportunity to participate in inter-school competitions and showcase their talents, becoming the best school in Salem.

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Basket Ball

We emphasize physical fitness, agility, and strategic understanding of the game. Our dedicated coaching staff employs innovative drills and personalized training sessions to enhance individual strengths and address areas of improvement. Beyond the court, we instill values of discipline, perseverance, and leadership, creating a foundation for success both in basketball and in life.

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Shuttle Badminton has been designed for junior players and uses a smaller court and lower net to suit the physical size and abilities of children. It boosts up your core muscles, calves, quads and hamstrings. Continuing movements and hits in badminton strengthens your heart muscles. It also improves the blood flow through our veins and pumps the heart up.

Table Tennis

Table tennis inside schools gives an opportunity to develop your character regardless of age, or ability. It’s a tool hardly utilized and we need to develop a system that allows players to develop inside schools. Table tennis also helps improve hand-eye coordination, balance, reflexes and predictive skills.

Tennis Ball

Squash is a racket sport that is played in a four-walled court between two players, or four in doubles competition. Children aged 7 years old and upwards can enjoy playing and research has proven that racket sports improve children’s sociability, motor skills, eyesight and health. It is physically and intellectually demanding, lending itself well to inclusion as a school sport.

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Volley Ball

Volleyball brings students together to play and learn and offers the opportunity to create lifelong friendships and bonds. From character-building skills such as leadership, teamwork, respect and communication to the physical benefits of staying healthy and active, here are some of the things you can expect to gain by playing volleyball.

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