On May 28, Peninsula International School Australia (PISA) organised a cross country run at the Island of Life Wetland, Setia Alam. This annual sport event aims to provide opportunities for students to enjoy and appreciate the benefits of physical activity, competition and sportsmanship.
Some 200 students from Foundation to Year 11 participated in the sport event. There were two categories namely 1.5km and 3km, for students of Foundation to Year 6 and Year 7 to Year 11, respectively. The students were flagged off at 9.10 am by the founding principal Mr. Clive Rogers in presence of revered parents and staff.
PISA offers a vast range of co-curricular activities for students, covering both competitive and recreational sports, arts, drama and music, amongst others. When it comes to sports, PISA boasts a proud tradition of students competing against other international school teams in both Kuala Lumpur and further afield.
At PISA, we believe that what can be learned on the ground cannot be learned in the classroom. Our learning environment is never confined to a physical classroom as we believe in the provision of an active learning spaces where students are actively involved in sports as it helps them to realise their potential, passions and purpose in life.
Around 200 students from Foundation to Year 11 participated in the sport event.
Principal, Mr. Rogers presented the medals to winners from each category, with a big grin on their faces.