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We believe that recreational activities are of high importance in the lives of students and their school experience. We provide recreation through extracurricular activities such as dance, music, art, craft, musical instruments, carpentry, etc. and physical education training. This is to help all students develop health-related fitness, physical competence, cognitive understanding and a positive attitude towards physical activities, which will help them adopt a healthy and physically active lifestyle. It also provides learning experiences that improve mental alertness, academic performance, and enthusiasm for learning in the people of tomorrow.

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Our Impact

Schooling directly impacts the acquisition of literacy, numeracy and scientific knowledge and the overall development of children too. We, as a school, focus on giving the best for our children and all the skills we teach provide the foundation for the academic subjects that are taught. We believe that not only educational qualifications are the key to a child's entry into training and employment but also the skills they acquire in the co-curricular activities they learn. Thus, we steadily work towards the holistic development of a child.

We've had thousands of students graduate from our school over the last 38 years, and our alumni work in different parts of the world. Many of them write back to us about how the various skills they learnt in school have helped them in different ways and how some have taken up those skills as a profession.

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Creativity is about generating ideas or producing things and transforming them into something of value. We believe that every child has the potential to be creative. Creativity needs to be developed by making the child see possibilities and challenges. To foster creativity, our teachers encourage learners to think laterally and connect things that are not usually connected. They encourage them to use creative thinking techniques.

We believe creativity in schools is not just restricted to teaching "creative" subjects like art and English but to teach other subjects creatively.

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