Activities

Activities

Computer Education

It aims at making students use the computer both as a productive tool and as a means of creativity and self-expression. The curriculum encompasses technological skills based on themes that are current and meaningful. The program helps the students to build a solid foundation of fundamental learning skills and prepares them for the fast-changing technology of today and the future.

Art & Craft

The techniques of sketching, still-life watercolour, painting and oil painting are taught. Creativity is emphasized in these activities.

  • Objective
    • To nurture the artistic talents in students.
    • To provide the students with an opportunity to exhibit their artistic talents.

Life Skills

As the children grow, their roles, responsibilities, aspirations and environmental context changes. This brings about the need for developing new insights in life skills.

  • Objective
    • To help the child understand that joy of living is a result of holistic development of personality.
    • To encourage the child to initiate steps that will help  him become healthy at the physical, mental and spiritual level.

Project

Project work is an integral part of the school curriculum which is held class wise to bring out the aesthetic and latent potential of every student. Projects build team spirit, leadership qualities, conflict resolving skills and creativity among the students.

Western Music

Notation, sight reading, chords and lead playing in Western Classical light music as well as familiar tunes are focused on.

Sports & Games

A sound mind in a sound body.’ This is ensured by making games compulsory for all students. Professionally qualified Physical Education Teachers take care of the sports activities of the school.

The school is divided into four houses and inter-house activities are conducted regularly. Students who are declared physically unfit by a physician are given exemption from taking part in sports activities. The Annual Sports Meet is a regular feature and an important co-curricular activity of the school.

Vocal Music

Carnatic Music is taught in a graded syllabus in order to preserve, nurture and promote our rich heritage that has come to us as a legacy. Krithis and Bhajans of famous composers in different languages are also introduced.

Bharatha Natyam 

Basic foot steps like Thattadavu, Nattadavu, MardhithaAdavu, Korvai etc., and the slokas accompanying the movements of hands and body are taught to the beginners. At an advanced stage the learners are taught items like Pushpanjali, Alarippu, Jathiswaram etc.

Yoga

Exercises and postures that benefit different parts of the body are demonstrated and performed. Asanas are graded according to the age and experience of the student.

Sloka Recitation

Recitation and repetition of slokas in Sanskrit enhance pronunciation and vocabulary.

Creative Thinking

This nurtures creativity and paves the way for strengthening problem-solving techniques. The inventive faculty coupled with divergent thinking make children, visionaries.

General Assembly

The general assembly is a weekly feature offering varied activities and serves as a stage for students, aspiring to compete at higher levels.