Extracurricular Activity

CREATIVE:

  • Puppetry: Puppets are natural and fun extension of the pretend play that young children engage in readily. It enhances child’s creativity and fine motor skills.
  • Pottery: Pottery making is a wonderful enrichment activity for children as it enhances their creativity and spatial intelligence, nurtures their ability to create, improves their fine motor skills, encourages out-of-the-box thinking, develops their 3D visualization ability.
  • Tribal Art: Tribal Art involves warli and Madhubani art forms. The aim of the programme is to nurture the artists in young minds. The programme focuses on providing the best aesthetic sensibility to the children through form, colour, surface and the design fundamentals.
  • Craft: Craft programme includes many hands on activities like origami, best out of waste etc.  This is a module where children improve their coordination and fine motor skills. It also helps in visual processing abilities.
  • Origami What do pizza boxes, paper bags, and fancy napkins have in common? -- origami Origami, the ancient art of paper folding, has applications in everyday life.
  • Cookery When we cook, we understand the efforts that goes behind creating a dish. Students learn to cook simple food without use of fire.  Basic chopping skills and eating etiquettes are also learnt.
  • Science Modelling The aim here is to create a curious mind which uses reason and logic to find answers.  As Einstein has said, 'The important thing is to never stop questioning'.  
  • Tabla This is one of the most basic and versatile percussion instrument. It helps children develop physical skills, cultivate social skills, refines discipline and patience and boosts their self-esteem.
  • Dance Through dance students engage in collaborative process, strengthening their creative skills in life performance through the study of craft and technique. Students are also exposed to critical studies and histories of dance with rigor and curiosity.

LITERACY:

  • French Language: The aim is to inculcate amongst students a fondness for the language and practice basic verbal communication.

SPORTS: Sports as a whole gives an opportunity to experience a wide range of specialized activities.

  • Outdoor Sports activities include Cricket, Basketball, Football and Athletics.
  • Indoor Sports activities include Chess, Table tennis
  • While children are gaining expertise in these activities, they develop confidence and competence in performing skills individually as part of a group and, where appropriate to an audience.

MUSIC AND DANCE:

  • Dance Club: Through dance students engage in collaborative process, strengthening their creative skills in life performance through the study of craft and technique. Students are also exposed to critical studies and histories of dance with rigor and curiosity.
  • Tabla Club: This is one of the most basic and versatile percussion instrument. It helps children develop physical skills, cultivate social skills, refines discipline and patience and boosts their self-esteem.