According to varied research, summer camps can be incredibly beneficial for kids. We caught up with ESM Holiday Camps to learn more about the sports and creative opportunities they offer kids within a safe and supervised environment.
The world of sports is being re-defined by the emergence of eSports and the playing field has opened up a number of opportunities.
Jaco de Wit, Key Stage 3 Maths Teacher at The Cambridge High School — Abu Dhabi, discusses being awarded the UAE blazer for refereeing his first international rugby match and developing rugby at his school.
Often when children love a sport, and are good at it, our go-to plan is to give them more of the same sport. But did you know that getting your youngster involved in multiple sports and a variety of physical activities can actually be better for them in the long run?
Matthew Richards of Jumeirah College recently represented the UAE at the Asia Rugby Championships.
Ultimate Athletics UAE celebrates two of its star performers who are headed to Sweden’s Gothenburg World Youth Games.
From a young 11-year-old, Minjae Kang has worked to become a force on the basketball court, turning down a scholarship to pursue playing in his dream country.
Young, aspiring soccer players recently had the chance to attend training in Turin, home of Juventus Football Club.
Talented track and field athletes captivate at the third GEMS Athletics Cup.
Students from across the GEMS Education network put on a sterling performance at the second GEMS Cricket Cup.
A new sporting academy in Dubai is bringing together athletes and Olympians in a bid to inspire the next generation of track and field stars.
Sanika Gurav discusses how playing badminton started as a hobby, but with the right level of coaching, she has started approaching competitions with single-minded determination while collecting gold along the way.
Carlos Martins, Head Karate Coach at Budo Juku Martial Arts School gives a brief roundup of students who have been impacted by studying martial arts.
More than 480 athletes from 15 schools flocked to GEMS Wellington Academy — Silicon Oasis for the third annual GEMS Netball Cup.
Varun Kumar, a Grade 10 student at The Millennium School — Al Qusais has found a way to focus on his cricketing goals while utilising the Rahhal online study programme.