Every activity in school life plays a significant role in development of students. Co-curricular activities are an essential part of school life and helps in enhancing learning process of students at school. A holistic structure of development and education can not be achieved without well balanced Co-curricular and academic curriculum that allows every student to learn beyond academics.
We assure that our students get benefitted from the Physical development activities, performing arts, fine arts, Cultural programs and events and social welfare activities as well. The activities are designed in such a way that we explore the innate talent of each child and provide the opportunity to showcase his/her own talent in a particular field. These areas widen their horizons and scope of building universal skills and make most of their schooling years.

Co-curricular Clubs

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THE FIT MAPSians- Physical Development club

People who do well in sports do well in life too. They are better equipped to manage a crisis, spot an opportunity and make the best of any situation.
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THE MOVERS AND SHAKERS- Dance club

Dance is the poetry of the body, the language of the soul, the song of the feet. It’s an art form that teaches one elegance, grace and style, and a great exercise that lets one learn the value of dedication,  practice and control.
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THE KALAKAARS- Art and Craft Club

Art, craft and design introduces participants to a range of intellectual and practical skills. It enables learners to use and understand the properties of a wide range of tools, machines, materials and systems.
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DO RE MI FA- Musical Club

Art, craft and design introduces participants to a range of intellectual and practical skills. It enables learners to use and understand the properties of a wide range of tools, machines, materials and systems. We believe music nourishes the soul and enriches our life.
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THE SYNERGY- Cultural events club

As Shakespeare said, the entire world’s a stage, and all the men and women are merely players. We believe theatre improves one’s performance, both on and off the stage.
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THE TENDER EARTH- Social and global awareness club

Compassion towards the less fortunate among us is a quality that no leader can do without. We truly believe it is the power of love that makes the Mother Earth an affectionate place to be.

Co-curricular activities (CCAs) earlier known as Extracurricular Activities (ECA) are the components of a non-academic curriculum that helps to develop various facets of the personality development of the child and students. For the all-round development of the child, there is a need for emotional, physical, spiritual and moral development that is complemented and supplemented by Co-curricular Activities.

 

Benefits of Co-Curricular Activities

Every activity in school life plays a significant role in the development of students. Co-curricular activities are an essential part of school life and help in enhancing the learning process of students at school. Co-Curricular activities are compulsory activities that are important for every student to participate in. Co-curricular are designed and balanced with the academic curriculum so that every student gets to learn beyond subjects.

Co-curricular activities are meant to bring social skills, intellectual skills, moral values, personality progress and character appeal to students. It includes athletics, cultural events, Library activities, science lab activities, classroom activities, creative arts and meditation etc.

 

Role and Importance of Co-Curricular Activities at School –

Proper Education – Since co-curricular activities are merged with academics, therefore, it ensures that students get to learn effectively. Science or Computer Lab practical, experiments and projects are part of co-curricular activities.

Cultural Values – Students get to learn by cultural events including national events and traditional events from different faiths including Gandhi Jayanti, Independence Day, Republic Day, as well as Diwali, Eid, Baisakhi, Onam, Raksha Bandhan, and many other cultural events. Students get to learn about these events through books as well as co-curricular activities based on different cultures organised by Schools.

Personality Development – Students perform co-curricular activities in schools, which help them sharpen their communication skills, expression skills, public speaking, participation and sense of belongingness through different activities like debates, recitation. Art and craft, creative art competitions, classroom activities like reading, group discussions etc.

 

Why extracurricular is important with academics?

Physical and Mental Health – Co-curricular activities require students to stay active at school by participation since students have no option to skip these activities as it’s a part of their curriculum. Students have to be a part of co-curricular activities like athletics, gymnastics, yoga, indoor games, meditation etc. These activities are beneficial for students’ physical fitness as well as mental health and they are relieved from academic stress.

Learning Experience – Co-curricular activities are good for improving students learning experience at school which improves their attendance at school and increases participation rate by students in co-curricular activities. Of course, students get a really good excuse for a break from academics.

Team Leadership Skills – Co-curricular activities at school are designed in groups so that students can participate along with their classmates. This helps students develop leadership skills, team integrity and coordination skills.

 

How do find goals and focus on achieving them?

Moral Values – The students through co-curricular activities learn essential ethical values about different cultures, religions, events of national and international importance as well as discipline and school life ethics. They learn to understand different religions, values, social ethics, patience, empathy, motivational skills, compatibility and contentment.

 

Do you know?

Assembly Prayer is also a part of co-curricular education as it teaches students discipline, moral values and meditation.

 

Conclusion –Best aspect of Co-curricular activities at school is that they are part of academics, and makes the teaching and learning experience exciting for both students and teachers. Students through classroom activities like quizzes, debates, recitation and any more academic games learn better. Therefore, Co-Curricular activities along with academics are essential for every student.

Co-curricular activities facilitate the development of various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development, emotional development, social development, moral development and aesthetic development. Creativity, Enthusiasm, and Energetic, Positive thinking are some of the facets of personality development and the outcomes of Extracurricular activities. Co-curricular Activities

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