We are following CBSE Curriculum based books for I Standard to VIII Standard.


1. Eco-Friendly Club(Science Club):

a. The Science Club aims to promote science interest and engagement through challenging and mind-stretching tasks. Members will be exposed to the three important Science Objectives through a variety of problem solving tasks that involved forensic science.
b. A science fair experiment is generally a competition where contestants present their science project, results in the form of a report, display board, and/or models that they have created. Science fairs allow students in elementary, middle and high schools to compete in science and/or technology activities.

2. Arithmetic Club(Maths Club):

a. The important part of  math club activities to math clubs for elementary students will add a fun side to traditional studies.
b. Maths clubs are dedicated extra-curricular maths get togethers that breathe new life into maths beyond the classroom. They come in all shapes and sizes and there is no one model that works for every school. However, they all focus on two things: having fun with maths and learning

3. Ark’s Club(English Club):

a. An English Club is a place for language learners to use English in a casual setting.In an English Club, you get a chance to practise many different skills in a setting that is more like real life.
b. The English Club aims to promote the use of English through storytelling and drama and to provide students with opportunities to use English purposefully. Its activities are student-centred and often involve students’ active participation making the learning experience both fun, dynamic and authentic.

4. Games(Indoor Games & Outdoor Games):

The Gaming Club promotes interest in Magic the Gathering and other social games (particularly with regards to games that rely on and develop problem-solving and critical thinking skills) and provides our members and the community, opportunities to play in organized events.
i. Indoor Games:
1. Indoor games and sports are a variety of structured forms of play or competitive physical activity, typically carried out either in the home or in specially.
2. Outdoor Games: Engaging in outdoor games can help kids develop their gross and fine motor skills. They achieve better agility, coordination, and balance by playing outdoor games

The importance of playing outdoor games is massive, making it a necessary part of life. It gets you exercise, sun, fresh air, and, for team games, relationship building.

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