Each club consists of twenty student members, two teachers. We meet once a week for one hour to work on the objectives with which the club has designed. We also plan things for the next week and do the necessary preparations.
1. Eco Club -
Our continual effort is to urge children to save and conserve trees for a greener earth. It helps children to become more aware of the impact that our waste – in particular plastic has on our environment.Make children feel empowered to make a difference! We all are a part of the environment. Many environmental problems can be solved by changing our view point towards the environment. Let's keep our area clean and conserve the natural resources by reusing things. This new thought can easily be imbibed in the mind and brain of the children. They are our future. Every child can create important effect in his own surrounding.
2. Gardening Club –
Plant seeds, learn about the different parts of plants, composting, worm gardens. Students learn to prepare the land for growing plants. They also learn to identify the weeds and remove them as these weeds destroy the existing plants. The students sow flowering and few vegetable plants. They are informed about the quantity of water required at different stages of growth. The students become very excited at every step. Their joy knows no bounds when they harvest plants.
3. Cooking Club –
Cooking without fire. Bringing kids into the kitchen can benefit them in a number of ways. Cooking can help: Build basic skills of cooking, Encourage an adventurous palate, kids taste new ingredients with and talk about what they like and how healthy foods make a body grow. Help young kids explore with their senses. Kids learn by exploring with their senses and the kitchen is an ideal place to do that andBoost confidence.
4. Science Club -
5. Performing ArtsClub -
children will explore characters, stories, script work, improvisation, mime, puppetry and more through drama games and activities. Each child will be able to share their thoughts and ideas with the other students and use their imaginations to tell amazing stories and learn professional drama techniques to put on a show!
The children will learn about different genres of music, how to warm up their bodies and learn new styles of dance; Bollywood dance, Western, Jazz and more! They will learn choreographed routines as well as being able to create their own and perform them all back! Working with guest choreographers, the children will learn industry standard moves and techniques whilst keeping fit!
The children will learn all about warming up their voices and different styles of singing whilst learning new songs and enjoying singing activities. Each term the children will learn a new song which they will perform in our termly performance.
6. Art and Craft Club -
We all swell with pride when our kids produce a lovely piece of artwork, whether it’s their first crayon scribbles or an accomplished landscape or self-portrait. And getting in touch with their artistic side has many benefits for children, including developing their fine motor control (vital for exercises like handwriting and doing up buttons, zips and laces), improving their observational skills and giving their creative side a workout. There are lots of great art clubs for kids throughout the UK, so if you’re looking for a class for your child, start right here with our guide to what’s on near you. Whatever your child’s age, from baby to teen, there’s a club to suit them, introducing them to a variety of media, such as paint, pottery, mosaic, printing and more, and giving them the space to stretch their imagination.
7. Story Telling Club -
Storytelling is an ancient and valuable art that extends around the globe. In this unit, students develop their own storytelling talents, apply the techniques of storytelling, create storytelling guides, and perform a story for an audience.Stories are powerful. They can teach morals — the values that the author of the story thinks people should live by. They can teach history. They can entertain us. They can make us think about things in ways we’ve never thought of them before. They can make us laugh. They can make us cry. Telling stories is a large part of what makes people connected to each other.
Stories are a part of every culture. Stories about our country and its history help us feel proud of our nation. Stories about our ancestors teach us about where we came from and the things we have in common with other people around us. The Storytelling Club is to promote the resilience, creativity and mental health of children in difficult life situations. In weekly storytelling clubs, children learn to write and tell and draw their own strong stories.