Extra-curricular activities are a great way for children to learn about the world around them. It is important that they are given an outlet for their extra energy and curiosity so that they can grow into healthy, well-rounded adults with a wide range of knowledge and experiences. However, more than just being fun, extra-curricular activities also teach children how to be social in many different situations which will help them later on in life once they enter the workforce. So, SPS has introduced a various Extra-Curricular activities like Silambam, Musical Instruments, Dances etc to develop creativity and artistic talents among children
The goal of SPS is to provide holistic education by balancing academics with extracurricular activities. The syllabus is designed to make learning less stressful for the students without compromising quality. That’s why SPS create various programs such as school clubs that cater to various interests. SPS believes in the importance of club activities for students because of these various reasons like Students learn from each other, they discover the value of unity, develop social skills, Students become more confident and independent.
The early childhood years have been universally recognized as crucial foundation years. An important component of early childhood development is pre-school education for all round development of the child.So it is essential to give more emphasis on different developments such as physical, cognitive, social, emotional and sensorial development. For this, children are provided with different activities.
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Teaching children important life skills enables them to express their abilities in productive ways. When they work towards goals using their strengths, they will generally be much happier.
Various activities on Music, Dance, Slokas chanting along with Art & Craft took room in the curriculum.