|After School sports activities||Yes|
"Great scientific discoveries have been made by men seeking to verify quite erroneous theories about the nature of things."- Aldous Huxley
Science involves a pursuit of knowledge causing general truths as the operations of fundamental laws. Think about a world without technology. No computers, no cars, no vaccines or cures for diseases. Life would be joyless and extremely hard. Science permeates our lives and informs our actions.
Through Science Club, it is possible to develop positive attitude in students towards learning Science. Science Club at GREI, Bangalore.
1. To build a scientific temperament, increase thinking and the spirit of enquiry and generating a love for science among the students.
2. To popularize science in an age of science and technology and help to bring it's advancements to the door steps of the students through hands on activities.
3. To bridge the gap between formal education and a more comprehensive knowledge of science, endeavouring to make the study of science more interesting. Students in the science club do different hands on activities to completely understand the concepts learnt. They enjoy performing these activities either individually or in groups. Some of the activities that are undertaken in this club pertaining to different grades are:
a) Grade VII & VIII - Model making - Digestive System, Composition of Air, observation of specimens like - life cycle of frog, tapeworm etc. activities such as filtration, decantation, solubility tests.
(b) Grade IX to II PUC - Model making like pinhole cameras, electrical circuits etc., activities such as properties of air, pressure, pressure, observation of specimens, poster-making, finding acids and bases using indicators, laws of reflection etc.
"School is about practicing to wrap one's mind around real and complex ideas, those of fundamental consequence for oneself and for the culture."-Theodore Sizer
The Literary Club is for VI to II PUC Graders who will meet during school hours, once a week to discuss previously assigned tasks and learn new literary ones. Literary Club offers students the opportunity to read and discuss stories in small groups led by trained teachers. An outgrowth of our constructivist approach to learning, students learn to approach literature in the spirit of inquiry, to discover how productive the creative and critical thinking of a group can be. They tussle with a piece of literature. They learn to think about an author's purpose, to develop questions which can be approached from multiple perspectives, and to value the richness of the group's thinking.
Broaden our intellectual horizons by promoting thoughtful reading, writing, discussion, and brainstorming in our students.
1. Gain Knowledge
2. Unbiased learning and thinking
3. Participation in knowledge-based activities
4. Enhance Skills
1. Establish Club Library
2. Monthly book discussions
3. Story writing
7. Creative Writing
8. Platform Speaking, Interpretive Speaking, and Limited Preparation Speaking
I. Book Reading & Else
1. Who's that character?
2. Which book is this from?
3. Dress up like your favourite literary character
4. Literary magazine
II. Voice thread : How to write a Book / Stories
III. Battle of Books: Students will read selected pieces of classic literature with the intent to participate in “Battle of the Books” a reading incentive programme where students read books and come together to demonstrate their abilities and test their knowledge in a competition.
IV. Official Book Swap
Swap a Book they have already read for a book they have not in The Club Library.
V. Book Box: Fill out a slip with the name a book they have read and a short synopsis of it and recommend it for others to read.
"Integrity is the mother of all human values."
Since childhood is the most appropriate time for inculcating values in life to live ethically, Integrity Club is designed as a community group for cultivating human values in the school students. The popular phrase 'Catch them Young' helps in identifying the students as future assets of the country and rekindle the values in them. With Integrity Club setups in all schools, the students will learn distinct values through various activities and games involuntarily and become champions of ethics by developing their ethical muscles through regular practice in real life.
Class: I TO II PUC
Motto : Living Values
Integrity as a value means being a person who does what he/she says and says what he/she does.
Patriotism as a value means being a person who keeps country's interest before his/her own i.e. country first.
Tolerance as a value means being a person who accepts opinions and behaviour of others even if he/she is not agreeing.
Secularism as a value means being a person who repsects all religions, faiths, beliefs as diverse ways to attain the ultimate goal in human life.
Simplicity as a value means being a person who lives a life limiting his needs to minimum and gives maximum to the society.
Honesty as a value means being a person who is truthful in all his/her activities/commitments and does not steal from others.
Love : Love as a value means being a person who give or accepts other persons/circumstances unconditionally; in other words, person who creates and sustains human relationswith dignity and strength.
Compassion as a value means being a person who feels and understands the joys and pains of others, as if it is his/hers and take actions accordingly.
Responsibility as a value means being a person who delivers his/her commitments, faithfully.
Respect as a value means being a person who is grateful and shows regards to others.
Non-violence as a value means being a person who does not use or reacts by using brute forceto put forth his/her point of views.
Unity as a value means being a person who gets the result by synergising his efforts with those of friends, partner or family members.
|Social Service club||Yes|
|After school sports program||Yes|
|Counsellor or Health and Wellness expert available in school||Yes|
|Sexual harassment redressal committee||Yes|
|Grievances Redressal committee||Yes|