CO-CURRICULAR

To develop a holistic environment among students. The school provides various co-curricular activities like

Yoga

Yoga, an elixir that works on almost every new age predicament such as obesity, depression, diabetes and panic attacks, is not a solution only for grown-ups but also for young children and can help them lead a better lifestyle as they grow up. Here are some of the benefits of including yoga for children in school:

  • Reduces Stress And Anxiety
  • Improves Memory And Attention Span
  • Helps To Manage Weight
  • Improves Flexibility, Balance And Posture
  • Teaches Correct Breathing Techniques
  • Promotes Mindfulness
  • Encourages Self-Love And Self-Care
  • Improves Self-Control
  • Boosts Immunity And Improves Physical Appearance
  • Increases Self-Confidence And Self-Esteem
  • Enhances Coping Skills

Drawing

Drawing has creative, expressive and educational value; it remains fundamental to translating and analysing the world

As a primary visual language, essential for communication and expression, drawing is as important as the development of written and verbal skills. The need to understand the world through visual means would seem more acute than ever; images transcend the barriers of language, and enhance communications in an increasingly globalised world. If we really want to move the STEM to STEAM agenda, drawing could be the connector at the heart of it all.


Communicative English

English is the most used international language and the foremost widely spoken native language in the world.
The Communicative Approach is an idea to learn English successfully. Students are encouraged to communicate in the language, in meaningful situations, in order to see the value of the work. The communicative approach is a tried and test method for helping a student to acquire valuable communicative English skills, in which they see true value in. When a student is involved with real life communication, which is also meaningful to them, they see value in their work. This can help a student to develop a natural approach to language learning and vocabulary acquisition moving forward, outside of the classroom. Language learning activities like group work, pair work, role-play, asking and answering questions, acting, dramatization, and other interactive activities are made compulsory to be practised in the classrooms.


Music

Every child deserves the opportunity to learn music. "Music helps the mind develop and grow". Music, in particular, can impact brain development and expressive elements in ways that other subject areas cannot. It is a proven fact that participating in a music program in school will help develop the brain to a higher level and faster than other students. Music actually improves communication between the right and left sides of the brain, allowing to gain better comprehension and memorization skills.


Dance

Dance is introduced in our school for the health benefits, to expand their creativity, or simply because they love the art of dance. Dance classes can teach a child self-confidence, self-discipline, poise, and grace. Moreover, dance classes are fun! Dance classes Improves Physical Health, Enhances Emotional Development, Encourages Socialization, Enhances Cognitive Development and Encourages Creativity.


Chess

“Chess helps you focus”. ‘Chess helps to develop children’s critical thinking and reasoning, encourages them to plan ahead, and teaches them that their actions have consequences,’ One of the key educational benefits is raised IQ scores. When students are taught to play chess, they not only learn the moves but also patterns that are created. By remembering these patterns they are sharpening their memories, and this helps them in all areas of learning. Indeed such is the power of chess with regards to memory that it has been proved to help ward off Alzheimer’s disease in the elderly.


Karate

In our school, Karate training is imparted in a very structured environment, with the student paying obeisance to the instructor before the start and at the end of each class. The student must practice and demonstrate the ability to master a certain number of Karate exercises before they can earn a belt, and move to the next level of Karate training. Karate develops Self-Confidence and Respect, Leadership skills, Self-discipline and Physical Fitness of an individual.