Extracurricular Activities can help your child to build their skills outside of the classroom. In addition to building skills within a specific discipline, extracurricular activities are great for developing general academic and soft skills. Think debating for public speaking, academic competitions for exam strategies and sport for teamwork. Types of Extracurricular Activities,
- Library Activities.
- Physical Development Activities.
- Aesthetic and Cultural Development Activities.
- Civic Development Activities
- Social Welfare Activities.
The sports curriculum is designed to develop and enhance skills like strength, speed, endurance, agility, flexibility, control and balance. What can be learned on the ground cannot be learned in the classroom.
Dramatic Arts education is an important means of stimulating creativity in problem solving. It can challenge students’ perceptions about their world and about themselves. Dramatic exploration can provide students with an outlet for emotions, thoughts, and dreams that they might not otherwise have means to express. A student can, if only for a few moments, become another, explore a new role.
Children develop a sense of individuality, perform well and as such are happier within themselves in the school environment. Being involved with music, and dance builds strong relationships between pupils and with their teachers, and this reinforces their identity within the school community.
Surprisingly, the pre-primary stage of education is often overlooked but actually, it needs immense exploration and attention. The base of a child is formed right from pre-school. Play-way method of learning is the right modus operandi of imparting knowledge which not only focuses on subjective development but the emotional development of the child as well. It encourages expression and creative skills among children.