In primary years, students are introduced to all subjects, academic and non-academic. As they grow older, they are encouraged to choose – between theatre and dance, vocals or guitar, badminton or cricket, Sanskrit or German…
In Classes IX and XI, they select the subjects in which they would appear for their ICSE and ISC board examinations. Details of the subjects offered can be found on the Middle and Senior School sub-site. Portal for the same is at the top right of your screen.
A story is just the beginning of another…
Entering the world of stories and tales; Some suspense, some fantasy and some real
Ships that sailed across the seas; Insects like butterflies and bees.
Reading books adds to our learning; Knowing the author is also interesting
Thoughts come to create stories of our own; Words in them helps us bond with what we learn.
Muhavare in stories we weave; Characters of comic strips- ready up our sleeve
Book covers and characters we design; Feel like reading them again and again
Diwali Celebration 2020
To rekindle the light and warmth in this festive season, Children celebrated Diwali on this virtual platform with the same zeal and enthusiasm. Creating lanterns, garlands, puppets, rangolis, origami diyas and beautiful diya painting added imaginative colors to a festival celebration.
Cleaning up the study area brought in the element of cleanliness and hygiene to the festivities. The virtual togetherness was felt by all while making besan laddoos, savoring their taste in entirety, and sharing the sweetness.
Dressed up in ethnic attire and doing the Diwali Pujan together we all felt our inner lights shine as bright as the diyas beside.
Primary School celebrated Gandhi Jayanti and Dusshera together with an essence of balancing the outer and inner self.
Children of Classes III and IV created experiential corners and facilitated them . They guided others through the experiences such as ‘keeping our surrounding clean’, ‘doing our own work’, ‘there is no I in a team’, ‘My walking stick is…’ ,’ importance of salt’ and different emotions. A dance presentation resonated with the theme ‘Emotions within us
Hamara Manch, Apna Manch, Shikshantar ka Manch
“Hamara Manch, Apna Manch, Shikshantar ka Manch.” The mound in Primary School has always been a space which changes from a play area to reading spot ; an example for landform to an area where children share their experiences. On 14th and 15th December 2018, this space was adorned by musical and theatrical presentations. This year, Hamara Manch was a concoction of pattern formations through creative movements and music, dash of humour and acts that evoked the connect with nature. Role plays and creative expressions were inter-weaved with innovative anchoring styles such as ‘Dastangoi’, ‘ Radio Shikshantar’, ‘Hamara Manch through the lens of other living beings’ or ‘Madari ka khel’.