School is fun only when you learn different things, imbibe team spirit and work together. Grades and knowledge from books is only one of the important factors comprising learning. The rest of the learning comes from co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
DSE Group of Institutions offer scope to all students to indulge in their favourite hobbies and skill-sets in plenty. Here, Students learn to be team players, alleviate peer pressure related problems, thus reducing stress upon themselves. And the extra-curricular activities offered ensure plenty of scope to achieve these. These activities create well rounded personalities who learn according to their abilities, interests and talents.
Students can use these activities to explore a diverse range of interests. Intellectual aspects of personality are solely accomplished through the classroom, whereas aesthetic development, character building, spiritual elevation, physical growth, moral values, creativity, etc. are attained through co-curricular activities.
Extracurricular activities equip students with life skills that will enable them to confront their future with confidence.
Parents should be aware of the importance of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities and need to support and encourage their children to participate in such productive activities.
The National Education Policy has given a very prominent place to Work Education understanding the key role it plays in skill development, building of work ethics and Service Oriented behaviour. Work Education is now once again renamed as Work Experience.
Taking cognisance of the guidelines and various Work Experience Activities issued by the CBSE, the students of Grades V to VIII have well designed classes that lead to purposeful and meaningful learning. Value Addition to Products, Meal Planning and Preparation, Pottery, Best Out of Waste and other activities keep the students engaged and create an awareness and understanding about the importance of Learning Vocational Courses.
The SEWA Projects undertaken by the students of Grades IX and X are beyond doubt helping in inculcating the values of empathy, responsibility and accountability.