Co-Curricular Activities


Development of integrated personality of child remains incomplete without cultivating appreciation of fine arts. A balanced growth of body and mind is ensured. Competitions at Inter-School, Inter-Class, Inter-House, Zonal and National level are held regularly to give opportunity to the children to develop their innate potential as well as gain self confidence.


The school is divided into six houses; Equality, Amity, Freedom, Progress, Peace and Unity from the primary level. Each house has a Housemistress and an associate Housemistress. The main idea of the House System is to provide training in qualities of leadership, co-operation, mutual understanding and self reliance. Inter-House Competitions are organised for dramatics, elocution, quiz, recitation, debates, group songs, dance and other activities and the meritorious children are honoured.


Work experience activities form an inseparable part of the school curriculum. Children enthusiastically participate in activities like Art & Painting, Best out of Waste, Origami and Meal Planning.


To foster qualities of compassion, selfless service and charity, periodical visits are organised to orphanages and old age homes.


A prefectorial board has been constituted at the Primary and Secondary level to shoulder the responsibility of running the school administration. The Head Boy and the Head Girl along with other appointments, at each stage help in the maintenance of school discipline and in organising various school programmes and activities.


'The Times of India' and 'The Hindustan Times' projects have been introduced to encourage students to read newspapers critically and make them aware of the social, economic and political events taking place in the country and around the world. Various workshops are conducted to train the students in various disciplines.