Field Trips

It is a well-planned curriculum-related activity that aim to maximize students’ learning experiences. These trips provide students with experiences outside their everyday activities. It is an opportunity to take a break from their normal routine and experience more hands on learning. The children are taken on field trips class-wise to various places of interest, according to their levels.

Study Tour

Study tours enhances students’ learning by providing the opportunities for students to participate in curriculum-related activities outside the normal school routine. Students get an informal learning environment which enables to further their learning and develop social skills.Students get a chance to build closer bonds with their classmates, experience new environments and enjoy days away from the classroom.


Yoga actually began more than 3,000 years ago in India. The word yoga is Sanskrit. It means to “yoke,” or unite, the mind, body, and spirit. Yoga includes physical exercise, but it’s also about life balance. Training your mind, body, and breath — as well as connecting with your spirituality — are the main goals of the yoga lifestyle. Yoga has tons of benefits. It can improve flexibility, strength, balance, and stamina. In addition, many people who practice yoga say that it reduces anxiety and stress, improves mental clarity, and even helps them sleep better.

Social Service Activities

Bharat Scouts Movement

All the students are Trained Under the Bharat Scouts Movement as follows:

Scouts & Guides

The Scouts and Guides are taught how to be independent and face life bravely. They are encouraged to develop a helping tendency towards the lesser privileged people of the society. Life skills like cooking, knots, first aid etc are taught. Camps are arranged for, to enhance these life skills and also to get a hand on experience also. The students are trained for the Rajapuraskar award.

Cubs & Bulbuls

The Cubs and Bulbuls are teaches life skills like cooking, knots, washing, button stitching etc., along with physical exercises like Baden Powel exercises. They are told moral stories, to help them develop a fair sense of justice and morals. They are taken on camps to enhance their skills. The Cubs and Bulbuls are also trained for the Rastrapathi award and Golden Arrow award.


The little Bunnies are trained by the bunny Aunties. They have indoor and outdoor activities to improve their physical and mental abilities. They are also taught songs and craft work. The bunnies are taught how to be disciplined and obedient.