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Mock Stage helps in building confident personality and enhances the skill of public speaking among pupils.

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Practical life in Montessori is purposeful activity, develops motor control and coordination, and develops independence, concentration, and a sense of responsibility. The exercises in practical life cover two main areas of development: care of self, and care of the environment.


Competitions are regularly conducted in various aspects to enhance the knowledge and competitive spirit among the students.  

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BONDING WITH NATURE: Each class is sent out to observe nature and draw nature's blessings which strengthens bond between them and nature.


Different Art ACTIVITIES are conducted regularly to bring out the creativity in students.


Enjoyment, merriment is a part and parcel for kindergarten children.

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Virtual Lab

Biology, Physics, Chemistry & Maths labs have been fortified with virtual lab facilities. Interactive 3D modules allow students to perform experiments virtually.

Micro testing kits  in chemistry lab allow economical use of chemicals and  better results

Promotion of good reading habits

Drop Everything And Read: A new initiative has been taken up to promote reading habit among children. They are engaged in 15 mins of reading every day.


Talking Books

Talking books are the focal point of interest and discussion among young children as they get enchanted by a talking pen.


Promotion of good reading habits

Storytelling and Puppetry: Puppet theatre is used extensively to promote the art of storytelling to deliver powerful messages related to value education.


The Reading Tree Challenge

The reading tree challenge promotes book reading with target setting.

Tree Targets:

  • 05 books – leaf
  • 10 books bud
  • 15 books blossom
  • 20 books an owl
  • 25 books a crowned owl

‘I read so I get a treat’ Specially designed Bingo tickets (having names of books available in the class library) are distributed among the children, the teacher randomly calls out names of the books. The student who has read the maximum books gets a treat .