We start the day with a morning assembly, its here where the child sees many students coming from various backgrounds of caste, creed, language and gender. After the morning prayers, we have the news reading, and specific topic talks which make the child aware of the contemporary events happening around him/her. We end the assembly with the National Anthem to bring in the sense of patriotism in each child.
The "curricular or academic activities" encompassing the prescribed courses of study are undertaken inside the classroom, in the laboratory, workshop or in a library. These activities are an integral part of the overall instructional programme. The calendar year are marked with many activities like Word-Web, Extempore, Debate, Quizzes, Memory Bank etc., which are executed thoroughly throughout the year for all standards.
Clubs offer important life skills that a child can use for the rest of his or her life. There are five different skills a student can gain in a club:
Thus, to inculcate these soft skills in children; there are various clubs on different subjects-English Club, Science Club, Math Club, Eco Club and Language Club, wherein the students participate impartially and are enriched with additional source of knowledge on all subjects.
Trips & Excursions form an integral part of the total learning experience. They are usually planned locally to places of academic or general relevance and information. The objective of such learning is educational, physical and recreational. Teachers always accompany such groups and take charge of arrangements, safety and well-being of the group as well as of each individual.
"Creativity, imagination and free expression are given their due importance through a wide range of carefully designed co-curricular activities."
The "Co-Curricular Activities" complement and groom the students in the "Art of living and working together". It gives the students an opportunity to enhance their talent and boost their non-academic abilities. These activities make students understand concepts like group dynamics and imbibe a sense of leadership and team work to create eminent performances.
As part of our efforts to inculcate appreciation and respect for India's rich heritage and diversity, and also to reinforce national pride and respect for all, the school celebrates a number of National Festivals and State Festivals such as Independence Day, Republic Day, Gandhi Jayanthi and Kannada Rajyothsava Day. The other various Religious Festivals and Important Days are also observed---- Fathers Day, Raksha Bandhan, Gokulashtami, Ganapathi Pooja, Teachers' Day, Dussera, Diwali, Childrens Day, Eid, Christmas, Makara Sankranti.
To achieve the goal of promoting physical health, we provide students with lots of opportunities like various indoor and outdoor games and special training for different games by qualified coaches.
Detailed attention is given to each sport: