At The English School, the physical activity and competition maintain their essential formative character.
“Involving sports in schools, and consequently competition, in the life of the child does not mean accepting that his/her only goal is to achieve victories, successes, and championships. This may be a secondary goal that we must not refuse. The main aim is to offer a range of learning experiences as wide as possible. If we admit sports competition is because, being inherent in sports, we recognise in it, educational virtues as long as it is correctly used”. (Blázquez, 1998).