Heritage Club

This club will explore the meaning of heritage to understand ourselves better, and to appreciate the cultural interconnectedness of the past, present and the future. This club will engage in activities that explore our personal and local histories as well as World Heritage properties to achieve our aims. The group will watch films, go for history walks, visit museums and galleries, build our family trees, village histories, etc.

Art and Craft Club

In the context of formal education, art and craft must be given utmost importance. As an individual subject, it holds and supports the personal, social, moral, spiritual, and creative development of a child. It helps the child to participate and explore the visual and tactile experience. It further helps the child to recognize and communicate the unlimited and variant ideas and meanings. These are the opportunities that a child gets to work on them and find a way to develop confidence, a sense of competence, vivid imagination and bloom with creativity.

Art and craft club in the school is important to enrich young children’s experience, motivating, and helping them to develop positive attitude to the school and life, beyond the formal education. Being part of the club, it will help the child understand the meaning of his imagination and learn to self-express his vision. It will enhance child’s individual’s craftsmanship, giving them an exposure to various types of craft and art. This way they learn about where does their interest lies. This also strengthens them in academics as it becomes more interesting and they are able to comprehend what they are learning. With all this, they love a life skill which is an addition on to what they will achieve in life outside their comfort level.

Science Club

Science club gives a great impetus to science learning. The environment and facilities, a science club provides are most congenial for the expression of pupil talents. • Individuals differ on their interests, abilities and skill. It may not be possible to cater for individual needs in a routine science program. But a science club in the place where the people can engage in their individual interests. It provides an opportunity to the pupils to express their creative abilities in the field of science and encourage development of new ideas. • The important difference between the science club activities and the classroom activities is that the class work is formal and the pupils are asked to do something, where as a club is informal and the pupils are free to choose their activities. In a science club the pupils work not to satisfy their teacher but themselves. A science club provides freedom, whereas in a class the pupils have to conform to a strict system.

Literary Club

The aim of the club is to inculcate among students a love for language and enhance their literary skills.

The club will provide a platform for:

Debating :- To encourage students become orators to display their intellectual and independent thinking skills and imbibe a sense of confidence.

Speech and Drama:- To promote communication skills of students and help in team work, ability to speak and emote before an audience thereby increasing the emotional quotient of the students.

Journalism:- To promote the ability to organize and analyze the available resources and adopt technological advancements to present ideas, creativity and artistically.

Cultural Club

Life in school is a memorable experience and not just about classes. It is also about developing one’s extra-curricular talents and growing as an individual, rather than ending up being a one-dimensional techie. Cultural club can help you nurture your talent. Also, if you’re good at it, and seniors take notice, you might just be a part of the team that represents the school in fests across the country. That would certainly give you bragging rights. There is no greater honor than representing the institute you study in.

Admission open from Nursery to IX & XI