Gardening, clay-modelling, photography, classical dance, music, painting, catering etc. are actively encouraged and guided by qualified professionals to explore and meet the interests of the students.
Apart from these students are also taught various activities such as tie & dye, block Printing, Needlework, waxwork, batik etc. These activities allow the students to develop their creative talents.
Co-curricular activities play a very important part in the training given at school. These activities, not only serve to channelise the emotional and physical energy of the growing child but also enables him to identify the deeper search for fellow feeling, tolerance and active responsibilities across all fields.
The school offers a wide range of opportunities for co-curricular activities and the students are exposed to many such activities to choose from.
There are spacious playgrounds for football, volleyball, hockey, cricket, basketball etc. and facilities for indoor games are also available. Coaching is given in athletics, gymnastics, mass P.T, horse riding, swimming etc.
Saturday afternoon and Sundays are slated for various club activities. Activity groups, such as literary club, science club, philately club, drama club, music club, adventure club, Musical Band Troup etc., all organise various club activities.
The school also arranges regular outings and educational tours for all students. To alleviate the possible burden of the routine, entertaining and good educative films are screened during the weekends.
The prefectorial system forms the back bone of life in a public school. The students's affairs are managed by the Prefect's Council, members of which are selected from among the students. It is headed by the School Captain and the Head Girl. At the House level the House-Masters / Mistresses and Tutors are assisted by senior students acting as House Captains and Prefects.
YOGA & MEDITATION
The purpose of education is the overall unfolding and gentle blossoming of the child at the physical, emotional, intellectual and spiritual levels. So through a well-designed programme, the child is taught about himself and his relationship with the society, the country, the universe and the Divine. Yoga, meditation and prayer form a part of our daily routine.
Celebrations of festivals, poojas and understanding of the significance of our culture, scriptures and epics are given due importance.