Physical education is compulsory for all students. Ever evening they develop their physical skills playing games like Basketball, Volleyball, Cricket, Football, Tennis, Badminton, Hockey and Table Tennis. The school has well maintained indoor stadium and outdoor sports facilities. Also available are high jump and long jump pits, javelin and shot put field.
The school offers karate for all students. A Black Belt Karate Master conduct classes twice a week. Scouting and guiding are other extracurricular activities of the school. The Sports Day is an interschool athletic meet held annually during which the young athletes takepart in various events.
A child needs to develop in other areas of his /her personality apart from the academic. According to their aptitude, the students join one or the other of the clubs the school has: The Science Club, the Dramatics clubs, the music Club, the Literary club, the Art Club etc. Club activities are normally held once in a week.The school has dedicated Band and Classical music and Dance teachers to train our students.
The school offers a varieties of activities to enable students to discover new areas of achievements beyond the class room. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities organized by the school.The list ranges from Elocution to Singing to flower arrangement.
The school has 4 houses: Ashoka, Buddha, Einstein, and Kuvempu student membership in any one of these house is compulsory. Various Inters House competitions in sports, dramatics, dance, music, quiz, elocution etc are held each year.
The school has a cabinet which is elected democratically. The young leaders are trained to be responsible institution. In addition, there are class prefects and house captain.
The young pupil leaders are vested with many powers and are allowed to take individual and collective de relating to students. Most old students, currently managers and executives at major companies, attribute their success in life to BGS World School, Nagarur
"Consciously or Unconsciously, every one of us does render some service or another. If we cultivate the habit of doing this service deliberately, our desire for service will steadily grow stronger, and it will make not only for our own happiness, but that world at large."-(Mahatma Gandhi)
Be it in visiting an old people’s home or a children’s orphanage or the poor
and destitute children at our non fee paying schools, the students learn to give
of themselves and bring a smile to those in need.