Learning Beyond Education

Children learn and develop through a number of informal methods like activities, projects, presentations and hands-on experiences, apart from formal learning

  • Activities like free play, dramatization, enacting through puppets, singing, dancing, cooking, art, and so on
  • Sharing ideas with other children and discovering facts for themselves through observation and reference work
  • Exciting experiential learning opportunities through field trips which are planned for specific educational purposes
  • Exploring and reading books, newspapers and magazines, thus enhancing their knowledge and inculcating in them an interest to be learning-oriented while appreciating the value of reading and research
  • An inter-disciplinary appreciation of Language, Mathematics, Social Studies and Science by learning these as individual subjects as well as in an integrated way
  • Physical education, which improves health and fitness, while enjoying the recreational value it offers
  • Exposure to team and individual sports, competitive and non-competitive, which encourages sportsmanship and a school-wide community spirit and a feeling of individual accomplishment
  • The ICT Computer Course, which introduces students to the concept and reality of information and communication technology and provides a framework in which practical skills and knowledge can be acquired and developed
  • Opportunities in Dance, Fine Arts, Theatre, Western and Indian Music, Speech and Drama and Yoga, which facilitate a well-rounded development. These are part of the regular curriculum, and are also being offered as co-curricular and core activity programmes
  • Leadership and team building skills are honed through Inter- House activities which go a long way in shaping the students with the right kind of soft skills needed