In the words of the greatest physicist ever, Albert Einstein- “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reasons for existing.”
Children have a knack for exploring and experimenting and Physics is an experimental science. A physics lab gives an insight into the world of Science where a better demonstration of concepts and laws both qualitative and quantitative are experienced by each child. Physics is the science that teaches observation, communication, accuracy, collaboration and exactness. Students learn how to identify objects, phenomena, learn and question universal facts, learn to plan, process data and carry out experiments that lead to concrete conclusions.
Contrary to the myth that Math is a dreary subject, it is a subject if taught in an invigorating environment can stimulate interest and change the approach towards it. It helps the students to understand and internalize the concepts through concrete objects and situations. It enables students to verify several geometrical properties using models or by paper-cutting and folding techniques. It encourages students to brainstorm and enjoys finding solutions and applying formulas to those mind-boggling questions. The laboratory provides scope for greater involvement of both the mind and hand which facilitates cognition.
Books evoke a reader’s imagination. They are a storehouse of knowledge. Reading enriches our minds and helps us evolve.
We ensure that our Library is well-stocked with books ranging from all genre. Introducing children to the world of books from an early age is imperative. Children are curious to learn and their thirst for knowledge must be satiated. School Library creates an environment for developing research and information literacy skills.
Indoor game options like carom, table tennis, jigsaw puzzles, and board games are available to the students. These help in the development of social skills and encourage creativity, patience, and perseverance. Most board games involve learning besides keeping the students happily engaged. Memory games and word puzzles are fun and a good way of strengthening one's mental aptitude.
There is a trained nurse present during the school hours. The medical room is well-lit, and all the basic medications are available. However, nothing is given to the child without first consulting with the parent to ascertain any allergies a child may have. All medication is handed in at the reception before registration. Students are not allowed to carry medication with them, with the exception of asthma inhalers and diabetic equipment or any other medicine as prescribed by the Doctor and notified to the school well in advance.