Impact of Co-Curricular Activities on Student’s Social Skills at Secondary Level


  • Sana Shafiq Department of Education, University of Narowal, Pakistan Author


Co-curricular, Social Skills,, Growth, Extracurricular Activities, Individual


Co-curricular activities support individual complete growth while assisting pupils in 
managing stress. A student can develop social skills through extracurricular activities by 
engaging with others either individually or in groups. The study’s objectives are: To explore 
the effects of co-curricular activities on student social skills and to evaluate the relationship 
between co-curricular activities and students’ social skills. The quantitative research design 
was adopted, and a descriptive method was used for the research study. The population of the 
study was District Narowal and District Sialkot. In this study researcher used a multistage 
sampling technique. In the first phase through convenient sampling research select (30) 
female secondary schools from District Narowal and (40) from District Sialkot. In the second 
step researcher used a simple random sampling technique and selected (3) teachers from each 
school. The total sample of the study (210) was female secondary school teachers from 
District Narowal and District Sialkot. A questionnaire was used as a data collection tool. 
Pearson correlation tests were used to analyze the data. The study’s results that 62% of 
teachers gave positive feedback from the co-curricular activities to improve grades and it 
leads to the effectiveness of the school environment. The majority of the respondents 72% 
agreed that the co-curricular activities make students more innovative. 


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