Co Scholastic Activities
Paper Crafts helps to improve fine motor skills and teach kids how to follow instructions to complete an activity.
The activity of sticking, colouring, glueing, cutting and keeping within lines or patterns, can assist fine motor skill development, and improve hand eye co-ordination in kids.
Children also build imaginative and wide area, and this is very important for children’s mental development and regardless of the existence of endless fun in the paper craft ideas for children.
Origami is also important in teaching symmetry; for many of the folds, whatever is done to one side is done to the other.
In addition, paper-folding allows students to create and manipulate basic geometric shapes such as squares, rectangles, and triangles. Origami also develops fine motor skills and imagination.
Global citizenship is the idea that all people have rights and civic responsibilities that come with being a place. The idea is that one’s identity transcends geography or political borders and that responsibilities or rights are derived from membership in a broader class: “humanity”. This does not mean that such a person denounces or waives their nationality or other, more local identities, but such identities are given “second place” to their membership in a global community.
The mission of Our Global Kids is to expose students to a broad array of global diversity found in people, traditions, and the environment around the world. We aim to increase our student’s understanding of the impact of global transitions on our local and national communities.
Grooming Programme (Finishing School)
A child is just like soft clay, he is going to shape as the way you mold and nurture him! The interesting fact with kids is that they are good at learning; unlike adolescents they do not make excuses or arguments.
We have defined topics supported by teacher’s manuals to mold students for some of skills and values as mentioned below:
School works in conjunction with eminent national and international bodies to facilitate student participation in various exams for the subjects like Maths, English, Science, Hindi, Computer and G.K.
1) Science Olympiad Foundation
SOF – NSO National Science Olympiad
SOF – IEO International English Olympiad
SOF – IMO International Mathematics Olympiad
SOF–NCO National Cyber Olympiad
SOF – ICSO International Company Secretaries Olympiad ( Std XI & XII Commerce )
SOF-IGKO – International General Knowledge Olympiad
2) Spell Bee Competition
3) Art & Craft – Navneet
“Meghdhanush” is a bulletin for students where std. specific information is displayed on a weekly basis based on the topics given below. The students can read the display during break time and gain additional information. This also enhances their General Knowledge.
The topics for display are:
Facts About India
Quote of the week
Important days in the month
Social Work – SEWA
SEWA (Social Empowerment through Work and Action)
The concept is based on the idea of “Learning to live together”. This focuses on developing social consciousness of the learners through simple meaningful work at the individual level and actions at a cohort level. In a globalized world, it is important that each learner needs to realize that no person is an island and must live as a confident, competent and contributive citizen of a vibrant society.
1) Joy of Giving
The Joy of Giving is a “festival of philanthropy that aims to become a part of the Indian ethos by engaging people through “acts of giving” – money, time, resources and skills. Students from school engage themselves for the underprivileged through following activities:
CANCER Awareness Program – Students collect fund from their locality for cancer patients and donate it to an authorized NGO.They are well guided by the NGO professionals for the same.
Donation to Blind Children Home – The blind children prepare Rakhi, candles and key chains and sell it in different schools. The students of the school will buy the things and support them.
Winter clothes distribution – in the month of December 1st week
2) Awareness and Programs:
Save the girl