Mathematics is so much more than numbers. Our Maths club is designed in a way to provide fun, exciting and engaging maths activities. It also develops strong number sense skills and love for mathematics. The problems we set often look more like games or questions of logic rather than serious mathematical challenges. This retains the child’s attention while the answers always lie in an understanding of one or other mathematical process.
Eco club plays an important role in creating environmental awareness in the future generation. To create awareness of biodiversity, conservation and local environmental issues among school children, this club creates a ‘clean and green consciousness’ among students in open-orientation programmes in schools and public areas. Nature Trails are also organized in wild Life Sanctuaries/Parks/Forest areas to know about the Biodiversity. Effort to build the right attitude to help individuals and social groups and acquire a set of values and feelings of concern for the environment. Students are also motivated for actively participating in environmental improvement and protection.
A cultural appreciation club is a club dedicated to spreading awareness, understanding, and appreciation of a particular culture, its people, diversity, and values. The Culture Club focuses on raising student achievement in exciting and innovative ways, and over the years, we have truly accomplished that goal. Culture Club is cross-curricular, having helped students discover the excitement of science, math, music, art, technology, and more.
English clubs can help learners of all ages and levels improve their English. The most important reason is that they offer learners a chance to practice English by actually speaking it. There are other advantages, too. English clubs are less formal than a classroom setting. Club Meetings are conducted in English and Club Members participate in conversations, skits, interviews, debates, and plan activities that will help improve the community.