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Co-curricular Activities

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Music

Vocal and Instrumental. Tabla/ harmonium/ Indian classical and Bhajans

Dance

Classical and Folk dance; Mime

Woodwork

Wood-carving, toy-making, structural woodwork

Art and Craft

Drawing, Painting, Paper work

Sports

A range of sports and games are taught, including Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, Chess, and Khokho.

Music

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The emphasis on music in the school is mainly Indian. We have a three strong Music Department who teach Harmonium, Tabla, Dholak and Vocal music to all the students. The students learn the rudiments of Taals (rhythms) and Ragas (melody/ scales) in Indian music. They perform for the other students during the year and the school prepares a varied program of music and dance for the end of year Annual Day concert. The children also learn a range of Bhajans and Qawwalis, which form part of the evening meditations and Pujas which they lead. The school also has acoustic and electric guitars, keyboards, violins, flutes, etc.

Woodwork

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Shri Mataji has always been keen on the children learning handicrafts, especially wood-carving, and this is still taught at the school in the wood-craft room. This is equipped with benches and hand-tools as well as some lathes, drills, and other machinery which the older children learn to operate under supervision. Also taught are toy-making, wood-turning and joinery, such as small items of furniture.

Dance

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The school has a long tradition of classical Indian dance, such as Bharatnatyam, Kuchipudi and Odissi, as well as other classical and folk dances. An important part of the cultural program that the school prepares every year is dance, usually incorporating some mime items. The Juniors have dance lessons as part of their curriculum.

Art

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All the students have art during morning classes as well as for an afternoon activity once a week. They learn drawing and painting, and create on a weekly basis decorations for the Sunday Puja, Origami- paper folding- is another popular item on the curriculum. The children may also learn sculpt in clay, paper mache and wood; they learn jewelry making, etc. We have an annual art competition which always produces good results.

The school promotes Photography and Film Making, and this department owns Canon High Definition cameras which are available for student use.

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