We are committed to instilling the concept of sustainability in our students and staff. Students explore the concept of solar cells and storage of energy via hands on experience in our labs and also take up projects on recycling and waste management.
Our Schools have a botanical garden where ever possible, which provides children the opportunity to experience the magnificence and vast variation in trees, plants and herbs. Children undertake care of plants and learn about soil, flora and fauna and our dependence on them.
Our Home Science laboratory provides students with practical knowledge and skills related to life at home. Students explore issues of everyday life, nutrition, health, hospitality, improving relationships in the family, energy efficiency, waste disposal, etc.
The Math Lab allows students to explore mathematical concepts via games, puzzles and other modern teaching aids. In addition to teaching in the lab, students are encouraged to use lab facilities on their own to inculcate in them a spirit of discovery and invention.
Our Language Laboratory is fitted with latest multimedia equipment and audio-visual aids. Students are able to practise speaking a new language, record their work and take part in interactive sessions to improve their language skills while enjoying the experience.
The Computer Lab is well resourced with high-speed central servers and the latest educational software (with adequate security and safety features). Every student has access to a terminal in the lab. We are also keen to teach children about personal safety in the use of social media to ensure they are fully aware of the health and social risks involved. Parents can access the up-to-date progress of their children in each subject via the school’s website.
Social Science Laboratory has equipment, apparatus and materials required for each subject, such as maps, globe, ethnic artefacts, etc. to promote practical as well as theoretical learning. It provides a work space for students and teachers for interactive activities such as role playing, visualisation, competing/ cooperating, problem solving or focus group discussions.
In addition to our library we also have an extensive e-library which can be accessed by students from within the school as well as from home. Students use the e-library to prepare presentations of their work which also helps them to improve communication skills.
In addition to drawing and painting students explore a wide range of crafts including pottery, handmade paper, recycling of paper, cotton spinning, weaving and textiles. Our arts and crafts facilities are well resourced based on Indian traditions and culture.
Our students take part in social activities and learn about our diverse communities and about universal tolerance. Examples include sharing knowledge with children who are differently abled or are from minority communities, or tutoring peers who are academically weaker.
Our schools encourage all students to take part in theatre activities. Students are taught drama through gesture, speech, song, story-telling, music and dance, thereby also sharpening their communication as well as public speaking skills.
We provide facilities to students for self expression via music and dance. Students who want to seriously sing or play an instrument or learn formal dance are given additional support outside school curriculum. Students demonstrate their learning at annual school events.
Sport and games are compulsory and an integral part of a child’s development. Programmes include competitive sport, outdoor adventure sports, regular fitness and physical recreation activities. Our gym and playgrounds have facilities for football, cricket, hockey, tennis, badminton, etc.
We provide a limited number of scholarships annually to encourage a spirit of excellence in academic subjects as well as other accomplishments such a community spirit and camaraderie amongst peers. Our aim is to help students identify their full potential.
We closely monitor the work of our teachers and review their performance regularly through teacher appraisals to assess their knowledge and skills, their attitude and behaviour in the classroom as well as in the community. We seek regular 360o feedback from our students and parents about our teachers. All staff members of the school take part in a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) and adequate resources are allocated to develop their skills.