Student Life

STUDENT LIFE

The school day starts for all students at 8.15 a.m. and finishes for KG – Class 4 at 1.30 p.m. and 2.30 p.m. for the rest of the school.

Students’ experience a more flexible timetable in the Junior Programme with formal period division being introduced in Class 5.

All activities are an integral part of the curriculum and we aim to provide a widespread of experiences during core subjects and otherwise. We also have a Children’s Club after school hours for students, which provides further opportunities.

Our Assemblies for children are designed and preformed by the students. Each class section during the school year gets the opportunity to preform at least twice in front of their programme peers; building their confidence and self esteem.

Depending upon the age group of the students we also organize educational excursions (national and international), adventure camps, student exchanges with schools abroad and a host of opportunities to compete against other schools.

Community responsibly is an essential component of our curriculum for which we organize regular visits, community service sessions and activities in our neighborhood and across India.

ACTIVITIES

Music

  • Hindustani Vocal
  • Western Instrumental – Piano

Dance

  • Contemporary dance form through regular workshops with the Shiamak Davar India(International) private Ltd.

Home Science

  • Cooking
  • Baking

Photography

Literary Activities

  • In Hindi and English

Dramatics

Debating/MUN/PDC Creative Writing

Art/Craft

Multi-media and Computers

Physical Education

  • Soccer
  • Swimming
  • Basket Ball
  • Cricket
  • Yoga and Fitness
  • Table Tennis
  • Lawn Tennis

School Clubs/Societies

  • Editorial Society
  • Literary Society
  • MUN Society
  • Legal Services Society
  • Quizzing Society
  • Ecological Society

School Leadership

Life Skills and Leadership

The school also runs a Life Skills and Leadership Programme for classes 8 to 12 in partnership with The Global Education & Leadership Foundation (tGELF) with a vision to nurture ethical leaders who will be the future agents of change.