Co-curricular Activities

Besides catering to the scholastic needs of our students we attach great importance to physical training, sports and games and other co-curricular activities. Through such programmes and healthy competitions, children, display their talents and are helped to discover their potential. Students are trained to take up responsibilities at various levels. House system is followed from std. 1 onwards wherein each student is assigned a house.

Physical Education

Physical training, games and sports are compulsory activities in the school curriculum. Physical Education develops the power of the body. Games develop initiative endurance, skill, team spirit as well as opportunities for moral formation and social training. No child will be' exempted from physical training or games unless a medical certificate is produced. Those students availing themselves of the exemption must remain with the other students.

Picnic

Guided Picnics have great educational value and with this goal in mind class picnic is arranged and conducted as a part and parcel of the class activity and hence all the students should take part in it. The class teacher either individually or collectively plan out such picnics with the prior approval from the principal. The authorities, management and the staff cannot be held responsible for any accident as mishap during the picnic.