School of Excellence

Curricular Activities

  • Home
  • Curricular Activities
Curricular Activities
CCA's are offered to children as a way to make learning more fun. It gives them a break from usual school work to go and do something that they enjoy doing. It is an opportunity for children to socialise and communicate in English.It ensures the harmonious growth of personality in children, a source of strength for streamlining the talents of the child. It also helps to improve the analytical thirst for knowledge, competitive spirit, leadership skills, teamwork and various other facets of life. To inculcate all the above qualities the following activities are considered as mandatory subjects such as

Art and craft: This gives the children an opportunity to be creative with art. Students will create paintings, models and many varieties of art works.

Drawing: Children will learn new drawing techniques.

Book Club/ Reading: This ECA allows children to improve their reading skills and doing this in a friendly, helpful environment.

Chess: This club allows children to learn how to play chess.

Foot Ball, Basket Ball ,Handball ,Softball, Hockey ,Throw ball, Volley Ball ,Floor Ball, Rugby, Cricket : These games give Students the opportunity to interact with each other and learn a competitive sport. Coaches teach the skills to play.

Badminton: Teaching children the skills to play badminton.
Martial Arts: Karate, Taekwando, Young Modo ,Boxing, Kung fu, reap many benefits in several areas of life.
Traditional Games : Playing games has always been an exciting part of growing up for us all. We recollect with happiness our childhood games and gadget free days. Sports is a great way to make friends and be healthy as well. Here are 4 reasons why we think playing traditional games is good for kids.
Does not require expensive gear: Indian traditional games like – Kho-Kho, Kabaddi, Langadi (one-leg hopping), Skipping, and many more don't require expensive equipment to play, nor does it require any uniform or specific shoes and accessories, all that is required is people to play with and space to play in.

Builds life skills: Playing conventional games have always brought kids together encouraging teamwork and social interaction. Most old school games require agility and movements such as swinging of arms and jumping. This boosts exercise and improves eye-hand coordination. Team games like Kabaddi and Kho –Kho require kids to come up with tactics to defeat their opponent in turn helping them to strategize and resolve their differences.

Pass our heritage: It is equally important to teach our kids about our culture and tradition as it is to teach them new age concepts. It is vital that they know their roots and have a sense of pride about it. By playing Indian traditional games, children can connect with their heritage through sports and this has a deep lifelong positive impact on them.

Bridge generations: Playing traditional games as a family brings the family closer, and the bond stronger. Children need unstructured playtime and introducing conventional games to the family routine can be a great bonding activity for all. Children who have strong family relationships fare well at all other aspects of life as well.

Board Games: Children are given the opportunity to be creative and invent their own board games. They will also learn how to play many different types of board games.
Music: Music pieces are as complex and varied as life itself. Music inspires thought, reflection and emotion-- much like human relations do. Rhythm and tone simulate moods-- such as joy, sorrow or anger. Music relates to us the stories of human experience. It allows a human being to take dry, boring, and often difficult techniques and use them to create emotion.
Dance: It develop physical fitness, appreciation of the body, concern for sound health practices, and effective stress management approaches .Dance is to express not to impress

Gymnastics is a sport that requires balance, strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, endurance and control. The movements involved in gymnastics contribute to the development of the arms, legs, shoulders, back, chest and abdominal muscle groups. Alertness, precision, daring, self-confidence and self-discipline are mental traits that can be developed through gymnastics.We lay special emphasis .

Drama: This gives the children opportunities to act in front of others and increasing their self confidence.
News letter: In the CCA children learn how to create a newsletter by using the computer and writing little articles about things that are happening in the school.
Magazine: This CCA will allow children to put together pieces of work such as poems, art works and stories into a magazine.