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The school encourages student participation in number of co-curricular activities

Co-Curricular – To facilitate in the development of various domains of mind and personality

  • Co-curricular activities unfold the hidden talents and gives opportunity to explore in the areas of Sports, Acting, Singing, Recitation, Speaking, Narrating, Dancing and many more.
  • They help in achieving overall functioning of education and enables the students to express themselves freely.
  • Helps to develop a fit mind and energetic body and the spirit of healthy competition through sportsmanship spirit.
  • They provides the avenues of socialization, self-identification and self-assessment.
  • Inculcate the values to respect other’s views and feelings.
  • It makes you perfect in decision making and develops a sense of pride.


Dancing is a feeling expressed from the inside out. – Mia Michaels

A child sings before it speaks, dances almost before it walks. Music is in our hearts from the beginning. – Pamela Brown

Dance is an essential part for child’s development. Dance helps in increasing child’s Physical Strength and Stamina. Dance helps in improving social skills by making new friends at the class and learning team work.

Speech and Drama

All the world’s a stage – William Shakespeare

Speech and Drama helps the children to communicate better as it helps them learn new words and add to their vocabulary. Drama helps the children to show empathy for others as they have tried being someone else while playing the part.


Music is the greatest communication in the world. Even if people don’t understand the language that you are singing in, they still know good music when they hear it – Lou Rawls

Music is an art form that encourages positive brain development in child. Music activates many different areas of brain at once, such as language, memory, hearing and processing sensory information.

Art and Craft

Creativity is as important as literacy. – Sir Ken Robinson

Every Child is an Artist – Picasso

Art and Craft allows children to express themselves freely. In order to get better at art we need patience, perseverance and focus. Thus Art and Craft help child develop these skills

Physical Education

Physical Fitness is not only one of the most important Keys to healthy body, It is the basis of Dynamic and Creative Intellectual Activity – John.F.Kennedy

Physical activities are important for the child’s development. It helps to nurture their physical, social, emotional and intellectual side. Physical Education encourages healthy growth and development of child’s body. It helps child feel more energetic and maintain healthy body weight. It also improves concentration and helps child to manage anxiety and stress.

Elocutions and Debates

For good ideas and true innovation, you need human interaction, conflict, argument, debate – Margaret Heffernan

Our words can have power that we don’t think we have in everyday life. Anyone can make a difference! – Adora Svitak

Elocution helps the child to communicate fluently using clear pronunciation. The child learns to control his voice and sounds.

Debate helps the child to develop its communication skills. It also helps the child to express himself in front of a group which in turn boosts the child’s confidence. It also helps in building child’s listening skills and its ability to respond to what other people are saying

Self Defence Training

Self-defence, self-confidence, discipline and self-control. The values you learn are priceless. – Rickson Gracie

Learning Self-defence is important for child’s personal safety. It helps children with the ability to defend themselves. It helps them how to respond to dangerous situations. Self-defence boosts self-confidence, teaches discipline and is a great form of physical activity.


  • Football
  • Handball
  • Basketball
  • Volleyball
  • Athletics
  • Yoga
  • Aerobics/Zumba
  • Badminton
  • Carrom
  • Chess