Play is the key to physical, mental, intellectual and social well being of children. It impacts hugely on almost every developmental aspect of children’s lives holistically and with multi-faceted ways. As per UNCRC article 31, children have also right to play. Play is rapidly disappearing from schools and early education as a whole because homework from school even from pre-school is increasing; recess scopes are decreasing and even running is getting excluded on the school yard. Most kids are not getting essential space and time to play during the school days even in the weekend and holidays. It is because of many people who believe that play is a waste of time in school. School, they say, should be a place for learning.
The decline of play is closely linked to so much trouble in behavioral challenges and passing tests, childhood obesity, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), behavioral problems, and stunted social, cognitive, and creative development. Worst of all, the stifling of play has dire consequences–not only for children but also for our future nation.
Due to the unavailability of adequate space, most of the time it is not possible to conduct activities those require wide open field. However, this is our only limitation, we overcome this limitation by hiring different fields e.g. Sultana Kamal MohilaKrira Complex as physical college field. We are trying to setup our own campus with this facility so that student can have this activity every day.