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social learning

In addition to sporting support, the training units offer a large area for developing social skills. In the structure of the individual teams, skills such as reliability, a sense of duty, team spirit, fairness and self-confidence are taught and promoted. For example, the competitive sports program of the state baseball center and federal base develops a team culture with guidelines and team rules every year:

"Impressive as Human"

I behave in every situation as I want others to perceive me. I set a good example and treat my fellow human beings and team equipment with respect. I help my fellow human beings when I see that they need help. I am punctual and reliable in everything I do. "

(Excerpt from the team culture of the competitive sports program 2019)


Developing stamina

The demands on the athletes are very high, both in terms of sport and school. To be successful in both areas, students must be willing to get involved beyond what is normal. Nevertheless, there can be failures, defeats or poor performance in individual cases. Injuries can also set athletes back in their development. Especially in such times, the students learn to persevere despite negative experiences and to keep their personal goals in mind. They learn how to work for themselves to be successful.


Sport as a balance

After the sitting school day, the training units in the afternoon are important physical compensation. Physical activity promotes concentration, helps to reduce stress and increases wellbeing.

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