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Life Skills

Life Skills

Outside the prescribed curriculum framework, the School takes active interest in ensuring that a strong foundation of the right values, morals and ethics are embedded in everything students learn at School. The School aims to nurture ethical development, inculcating values and skills required for living in harmony with oneself and others.

CIRCLE TIME - An activity where the entire class is seated in a circle. As students can see each other, it encourages them to be more open and trusting in their relationships and also emphasizes the importance of unity and equality. As a result of which children feel more valued and believe themselves to be worthy members of the group.

STAR OF THE WEEK - Every week a child from a class is selected to be the ‘Star of the Week’. That week the child gets to wear the ‘Star’ for the week, his/her parents come over to school and share good things about the child with classmates. In rotation the teacher ensures that every child gets a turn to be the ‘Star of the Week’ during an academic year. This also builds a strong home school partnership.

WRITTEN EXPRESSION - Introduces the nuances of writing and encourages students to collaborate and create their own written texts, for a variety of purposes. Students are encouraged to explore writing as a passion, hobby and a possible career option.

15 BOOKS CAMPAIGN - The 15 Books Campaign is an initiative to have students read more and to create a culture of reading in the School. The campaign unites the whole School around reading; this means that students, teachers and office staff as well read books and talk about them. The campaign has specific guidelines to ensure that a reading culture is created and a student's love for reading is fostered. Students are allowed to select books based on their personal interest, which they can read independently.

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