We have a wide range of material which comprises picture books; novels; fantasy and history books; books on adventures, travels, galaxies and dinosaurs; how-to books; sports and adventure stories; poetry, rhymes and songs; newspapers and magazines and much more. We try to foster their analytical thinking through exposing them to numerous texts from different backgrounds, they use evidence to support opinions and develop emotional intelligence, empathy and creativity. They become more informed and aware about a host of topics through this activity.
We sought to make them aware of the problems that different societies and communities face on a day-to-day basis and to be conscious of the difficulties and hardships of society. With this they understand and communicate with people in a far better way, Be valued and respected for having above average interpersonal skills and gain insight into the lives of different sections of the society. We give them a monthly theme on which they prepare different projects, flash-mobs and cyclothons to spread the word across the school and society alike.
We encourage our children to hone their storytelling skills since these skills have been regarded as one of the indispensable social skill and we believe in giving the best strategies to acquire the same. We ask them to curate their own content, identify the tone, theme & expression and to develop connectivity with the listeners. For this we provide them techniques like, starting with a hook, have a point to the story, vividity and caution, know it short and simple. They develop deep and profound human emotions, empathy and perseverance. Through relentless creating and sharing of these stories, they become dynamic in their thoughts and behaviour.
DEBATE AND DISCUSSIONS SOCIETY
“It is better to debate a question without settling it than to settle a question without debating it”. We believe there is a great empowerment in expressing your thoughts, winning arguments on heated social topics and healthy dialogue to reach a well rounded conclusion. Through this society, our children research deeply on a given topic and later on discuss extensively with their colleagues to analyse the issue from different perspectives. They develop this habit of reflection and expression and most importantly appreciation for the arguments put forward during discussions.