Dance

Bharatanatyam is a reworked dance-form from the traditional “sadir” known for its grace, purity, tenderness, and sculpturesque poses. Today, it is one of the most popular and widely performed dance styles and is practiced by male and female dancers all over the world

 

Music:

Music is all around us, in nature, in our daily lives. From the singing of the birds and the croaking of frogs to the tapping of feet and jumping of knees — even when no music is actually playing. Music is natural to people and creativity is among the ways in which we are “made in the image of God.” Music is one of the first things to go when a school system has to cut corners. Sure, it seems like an “extra,” but learning music helps children in ways that may not be seen or understood generally.

There are many proven benefits of teaching music to children from an early age.We teach music to children from standard I to IX .Music affects the part of the brain associated with logic and reasoning. Music can actually help the brain to develop in these areas. Music promotes good habits, helps children learn language, and helps them understand their world better.

Music is an Universal Language. We teach music in an easy way to children. II and III standard students are taught Slokas, Bhajan’s and Patriotic songs.IV to VII standard students are taught Bhajan’s, Patriotic songs, Devotional songs and Keertanai.

 

Yoga:

“Yoga is not about self improvement its about self acceptance”,Yoga is seen as a process of inner journey (or) ascent of consciousness. The heart of our school yoga system is to integrate all elements of ancient knowledge of yoga to make discipline, uniting the body, mind and soul

 

Band:

School band consists of wind instruments like flute, trumpet and percussion instruments like kettle drum, base drum.

 

Karate:

   It is­ practically impossible to learn karate without the aid of a karate master. Some students take up karate as a form of exercise or a way to relieve stress. Others only want to learn a few moves to aid in self-defense. We teach Karate in  an excellent way to build self-confidence. Whatever their original interest, many karatekas eventually fall in love with the practice: Karate becomes a way of life.The goal of karate is not necessarily to progress through the different kyus; if a karateka gets what he or she needs from the experience, then the training is a success. But most karatekas end up advancing to higher levels if they come to class regularly. ­Students may come to class once every week.

 

Art and Craft:

Art education is the area of learning that is based upon the visual, tangible arts—drawing, painting, sculpture, and design in jewelry, pottery, weaving, fabrics, etc. and design applied to more practical fields such as commercial graphics and home furnishings. Craft class encompasses all the visual and performing arts delivered in a standards-based, sequential as part of the core curriculum. Its core is the study of inseparable artistic and aesthetic experience and learning

Studies have proved that Art & Craft, like drama, music and dance, play an important role in the development of the child’s personality. Consequently, it has become an integral part of education. In addition to the development of a balanced personality, in itself, the act of drawing is a source of joy to the child. When children draw and make things with their own hands not only do they learn, but also derive the joy of satisfaction in these activities. In addition they develop an aesthetic sense.

In the modern age of education system, Art has played a vital role in studying and understanding other subjects. Art has been developed the natural aspect and the comprehension level of the children class-wise. Even the most difficult subject has been explained in a very easy manner, with the help of latest drawing techniques.

Basic shapes like squares, circles, rectangles have been used to form parts of known objects and geometrical designs.

Types of drawing being taught:

  • Nature Drawing
  • Human Drawing
  • Object Drawing
  • Imagination Drawing

Medium of coloring:

  • Crayon Coloring
  • Color Pencil Coloring

Medium of Paintings:

  • Water Color Painting
  • Poster Color Painting
  • Fabric Color Painting
  • Oil Color Painting
  • Acrylic Color Painting

From I STD to III STD students learn pencil drawing, then coloring the surface evenly from left to right. Through this they learn hand coordination and to define colors surface wise. Side by side they also develop their own imagination.

From IV STD to VIII STD they develop their painting knowledge, using their previous coloring sense. The students get trained to apply their imagination and creativity in art and craft. It also helps them prepare their project work on any given subject.

The art and craft classes definitely help them improve their artistic skills and come out with flying colors in any competition on art.