We get it – school can be tough. Maybe you’re busy getting ahead, or maybe you’re busy just trying to keep up. It’s understandable if you feel you need to focus on academics. But the truth is, if you’re always studying, you could be missing out on something equally as important.
Co-curricular activities fuel your learning by stimulating creative thought, improving your social and organizational skills, developing your interests and talents, and offering you the chance to switch off and do something you really enjoy. So, if we’ve captured your imagination, here are our picks for the top benefits of co-curricular activities in your school.
Improved Social skills
It’s easy to forget when you’ve got your nose buried deep in a book, but interacting with your peers is essential to ensuring your school experience is as rich as it can be. Even if you’re not someone who finds social situations easy, joining a school society is the perfect way to meet like-minded individuals.
Having fun with friends will make your school experience more enjoyable, and those social skills will come in handy when you'll grow up and start your practical life. Never underestimate the importance of connecting to others – there’s power in building networks. The friends you make this way could be the ones who support you your whole life through.
So muster up courage and come forward and give your name to your coordinator for any competition of your choice and start prepration. Remember winning is not important but doing your best and showing some courage is most important. Anyway school has created opportunity for you and now wishing you the best of luck.