The school offers a wide array of co curricular activities in which all students are encouraged to participate.
Competitions are first held in classes, and the winners of each class then participate in inter-class, inter- campus and inter-school competitions.
All Pre Primary and Primary Section students participate in the Annual Sports and the Annual Concert.
Every other year students display their creative science projects in a Science Exhibition.
Ingenuity, originality and research are the basis of selection for the final display. The students should be able to explain the working of the project and to answer all questions asked by judges.
A field trip is an educational outing.
Parents’ written permission is mandatory for the students to participate.
Staff members accompany children on these trips but responsibility cannot be taken for accidents beyond control.
There are ample opportunities for sports.
The School holds Cricket, Throw ball, Basketball, Football and Athletics Tournaments that provide healthy competitions among the students of the different campuses. Our finalists often qualify and participate in the national competitions.
The school provides opportunity to young girls to join the Girl Guides Association as it is believed that participating in such activities it enhances their capabilities and enables them to serve their community and country.
Chess and Scrabble
Chess and Scrabble enthusiasts meet at regular intervals and are coached for inter-class and inter-school competitions.
Public Speaking and Creative Writing
Weekly Assembly Presentations by each class groom our children to become confident speakers. Debates, Elocution are a regular feature at the school.
Creative Writing Portfolios are provided in which students enthusiastically express their creative ideas. Students are also encouraged to contribute to the School Magazine.
For the School Magazine, interested students can become reporters, feature writers, artists or photographers or simply write about the different school events.
CLOVER, a reading programme
A very successful reading programme CLOVER, is Creating a Love of Reading.
A mandatory 20 minute reading period before the day begins with any academic work, in parents’ own words, has, ” improved vocabulary, fluency in speaking and writing, created reading as a habit” continues to enhance the desire to read.
Artistic talent is appreciated and rewarded by the school. Students have ample opportunities for participation in national and international competitions.
The Student Council
The Student Council is the student body’s miniature society, and students are expected to abide by its ethical, moral and legal codes.
A Prefect is a student who does not only accept these codes but also has the courage and personal conduct to convince others to do so. The Prefect assists in administration. Therefore, students are expected to follow instructions of members of The Student Council.
School Health and Medical Services
The school has a full-time, qualified physician on the staff, and a Clinic where the children can be treated in emergencies.
The School Physician conducts a regular medical check-up during the academic year and the medical report is shared with the parents. An ongoing Health Awareness Program caters effectively to the well being of students.