Early experiences in science help children develop problem-solving skills and motivate them toward a lifelong interest in the natural world.Young minds are creative, innovative and full of ideas. We provide all the facilities to nurtures these aspects of the child.
Primary school children are naturally curious, which makes science an ideal subject for them to learn. Science allows students to explore their world and discover new things.We want our students to take those opportunities and meet those challenges. To facilitate this we teach them science with practical sessions in our junior science lab.
The senior secondary section has individual specialized labs for Physics, Chemistry and Biology. Apart from the prescribed experiments students are encouraged to do projects to satiate their scientific thirst and to kindle theyoung scientist in them.
The math-o-phobia of our student is shattered with integrated practical mathematics sessions. The mathematics laboratory is a place where anybody can experiment and explore patterns and ideas. It is a place where one can find a collection of games, puzzles, and other teaching and learning material. The materials are meant to be used both by the students on their own and with their teacher to explore the world of mathematics, to discover, to learn and to develop an interest in mathematics.
The activities in the math lab are designed to appeal to a wide range of learners of different ages and varying mathematical proficiency. While the initial appeal is broad-based, the level of engagement of different individuals may vary. The activities are intended to give children an experience of doing mathematics and not merely for the purpose of demonstration. Our Math lab is a place to enjoy mathematics through informal exploration.
Learning how to use a computer can provide even the youngest students with early knowledge of necessary job skills, from typing and basic research, to learning graphic design and HTML coding. In turn, these skills prepare students for better job opportunities, which is so important for areas hit by natural disasters, whose economies will continue to need help over the coming years. Computer skills allow a child to become exposed to new ways of thinking, using both their creative and logical thought processes.
Our computer lab is a think centre where our students explore the virtual world.Computer education is introduced from the age of 6. Age appropriate curriculum is desdigned to make the computer learning enjoyable. Each student is provided with a individual computer. Classes are planned with a balanced theory session with hands on training.