Sports and games form an important part of the student's life. These have been given adequate importance and included in the School routine to promote good health, self confidence and team spirit, besides providing necessary recreation. The budding talents are given special coaching in their respective disciplines by experts and are offered maximum opportunity to participate in the district and state level inter-school competitions.


The students of CIRS have won many prizes in the competitions. Inter-house sports competitions are an integral part of the co-curricular activities and are held throughout the year to promote house spirit and sportsmanship. A wide range of excellent sports facilities are available including: Jogging, Yoga, Tennis, Cricket, Basketball , Badminton, Table Tennis, Swimming, Water Polo, Athletics, Adventure sports (Mountaineering, Trekking, Rock-climbing), Hockey, Football, Softball, Volleyball and Baseball. click here to view the Sports At CIRS photo gallery.


Clubs & Societies

As part of the overall personality development programme, students are encouraged to participate in various hobbies and activities, such as Arts, Cookery, Dance, Dramatics, Film & Photography, Gardening, Handicraft & Needlework, Heritage, English Literary & Journalism, Motor Mechanics, Hindustani Classical Vocal, Tabla and Mridangam, Carnatic Classical Vocal, Veena, Violin, Flute, Western Classical Guitar, Nature Club, Philately & Numismatics, Science Club and Yoga & Pranayama. The students eagerly participate in the various clubs as per their individual interests, and the management and staff enjoy their creative output.


Social Service Programmes

Various Social Service Programmes are organised by the school to indicate the value of dignity of labour and compassion towards the downtrodden segments of society.


Educational Tours

During the academic year students are taken out on organised field trips for a period of 7 -10 days to places of historical, cultural and educational importance such as Rishikesh, Nainital, Mussoorie, Mysore, Mangalore and Rajasthan. The tour is usually preceded by slide shows, preparatory talks and written assignments.


During the visit, the students are encouraged to keep a log of events and a full diary of impressions and include photographs taken. In addition, small cultural expeditions to places in the close vicinity of Coimbatore, are also arranged during holidays. To break the monotony of the academic curriculum and to provide recreation, students are taken out to edu-info-entertainment excursions regularly.


"Nine tenths of education is encouragement." - Anatole France