Co-Curricular Activities

Regular pursuit of a hobby is an integral part of the school's curriculum. Ample time is provided to each child to discover his/her sphere of interest. Effort is made in moulding and sharpening interest to enable a child to further excel in it. To develop aesthetics, sharpen sensibilities, channelise their energy and ignite interest in various co-curricular activities.

Facilities are provided for:

  • Art and Craft
  • Indian Music 
  • Sculpture
  • Clay-modelling
  • Western Music 
  • Wood Craft
  • Dance 
  • Instrumental Music
  • Gardening

Social Work Projects

Education bereft of community service is incomplete. Community Welfare Projects: visit to Orphanage, Old Age Homes, Hospitals to cheer up the suffering, to provide succour to the less fortunate brethren.

Excursions and Field Trips

It is an established fact that learning transcends into an effective experience when facts are etched in our mental frame through real life situations. We believe that such exposure to real life environment through excursions and field trips adds to holistic and comprehensive learning. In pursuance of the methodology of learning by doing, the children are exposed to camping and coping with life skills, thus making them self-sufficient and adventurous. School trips are carefully chosen keeping in mind the age of the children and theme or topic for the month.

These are appropriately woven into the school Curriculum, there by combining learning with the outings.