We believe that what goes on outside the classroom is as important as what goes on within it. Our regular academic timetable is therefore complemented by a variety of co-curricular courses, clubs and activities.
Co-curricular activities like sports, music, art, drama and debate are essential to developing a well-rounded personality and gaining a complete education. This applies whether the child is an actual participant or is assisting and observing on the sidelines. Being involved in these activities offers multiple benefits — it helps youngsters discover latent talents, opens new avenues of interest, creates team spirit and collaboration and fosters self-esteem, motivation and academic success.
Our students are given an opportunity to participate in inter-house and inter-school competitions, and showcase their talents at school functions.
The winner of the House Cup each year is determined on the basis of results of a number of activities, including quizzing, debating, writing, singing, dancing, and games and athletics.