Sport is an essential part of each child’s physical and mental development hence every pupil is expected to participate in team or individual sport. The school offers a wide range of sporting activities to cater for individual talent. Sports help children develop physical skills, get exercise, make friends, have fun, learn teamwork, learn to play fair, and improve self-esteem. Sport isn’t just good for children’s bodies; it’s good for their minds too. Studies have shown that sport has psychological benefits for children and adolescents and teaches them important life skills. Organised sport has many psychological and social benefits for children – even more than the physical activity during play. Researchers think this is because children benefit from the social side of being in a team, and from the involvement of other children and adults.

Term 1 Cricket, Athletics, Cross Country, Swimming & Tennis

Term 2:  Soccer, Netball, Rugby, Hockey and Volleyball.

 Term 3: Cricket , Volleyball, Swimming & Tennis. 

“One man practicing sportsmanship is far better than 50 preaching it”.-Knute Rockne

Participating in athletics has been known to improve the cognitive and memory functions of the brain, helping kids perform better in tests and academics. Further, traits such as discipline and perseverance also play an important part in better academic performance.

Discipline on and off the court and knowledge of and respect for the rules of the game are key philosophies underpinning basketball at Pathway Group Of Schools.

Rugby is one of the main winter sports played during the middle term. The main goal of rugby at Pathway Group Of Schools is to develop individual players to their full potential.

Each year Pathway Group Of Schools enters into Tennis competitions with other ATS Schools in Zimbabwe Supported by a well-motivated coaching staff our results are always pleasing.

                                     Life Skills and Careers
Pupils shall attend Life Skills and Career Programmes that are provided within the school and outside. The careers Department shall be responsible for bringing into the school different Universities and College representatives to talk to pupils on Degree Programmes and Scholarships. Students acquire life skills such as self-discipline, responsibility, consideration, self-awareness and respect for others.

Our clubs include, Debate and Public speaking, Quiz, School Magazine (The Pathfinder),

Conversation and Environment Management and Community Service.