Activities is the most important part of once life especially in children, once the children find an activity that they enjoy; succeeding in the activity could ultimately build their confidence and self-esteem. The co-curricular and extra-curricular activities are an important zone of all around education. This School covers a wide range of activities which develop self confidence, self reliance, self expression, assertiveness, leadership qualities, humanity and concern for the society that’s why we provide so many activities in our school time to time. The activities include, English and Hindi debates, dramatics, folk dance, music, gardening, elocution-contests, quizzes, rural-international, art and craft, social services, educational tours and picnics etc.
Yoga, Mediation & Relaxation
We understand very well that today’s children deal with many distractions, temptations, over stimulation and pressure. In this condition, Yoga is a low-cost, helpful tool that can have a positive impact on children. Yoga helps in creating awareness in the body through deep breathing and movement. It gives children a way to express themselves, build a strong connection between what they hear and what they do. Yoga is meditative by nature, when a child is holding a balancing posture while even sitting in meditation or moving through a series of poses, there’s going to be a calm and soothing quality, that’s why we have regular classes of yoga & meditation for our children.
We have a well qualified Martial Art Instructor for students to train them to defend themselves against an assailant. The Martial Art helps in still mental focus in every child, giving her/his the ability to concentrate on a task and see it through to its conclusion. The discipline that is taught in the dojo regarding uniforms, custom and techniques often translates into other areas of life, including school and household chores. Martial Art is all about respect also, punching, kicking, throwing and locking are all secondary to the respect that is shown from the moment you walk in to a dojo. Students practice to give due respect for self, parents, teachers and peers at every opportunity.