At the Pre-primary level the process of getting ready for formal learning is through a variety of activities. Through the initial activities like, clay-molding, cutting, pasting, crayoning, painting, folding and so on, we focus on developing the steadiness of the hand, the flexibility of the finger muscles and training on focusing eyes. Outdoor games, action songs and eurhythmic activities take care of the larger muscles, vocabulary building, pronunciation, enunciation etc. Activities related to grouping, sorting, categorizing, finding the odd one out, sequencing, differentiating between the similar and different pictures, objects and people, develop the ability to reason and apply what is learnt in real life situations. Free hand drawing enhances self-esteem, expression and creativity. In classes I to VII, all these items are done through integrated activities in the scholastic areas. In order to take learning beyond the four walls of the classroom, each class undertakes field trips/ picnics/ excursion tours/ community service/ sports etc. as per the requirements of the curriculum.
The school would ensure a wide range of exposure to its students to make them learn various requisite skills pertaining to scholastic as well as co-scholastic domains, namely, Oral & listening skills, Writing skills, Comprehension skills, Observation & Investigation, Exploration, Deductive & analytical, Correlation to real life environment, Analysis, Use of IT, Concept understanding, Problem solving, Critical Thinking, Decision making, Data Handling etc. These skills are fostered through various fun-filled activities, namely, Dialogues, Essays, Conversations, Speeches, Commentaries, Project assignments, Models & Charts, Group work, Research Work, Worksheets, Seminars, Group discussions, Symposium, Survey, Written Test, Quiz etc.