Students are always very curious about scientific knowledge and facts. The main objective of the Science Club is to promote inquisitiveness and inculcate scientific temper among the students.
The first interaction with the Science Club students was the understanding of ways to find out food adulteration. Students perform various experiments on a variety of foods and fruits, the structure and working of the human eye, defects of the eye and cure for the same eye donation afterlife, etc. Students also prepare pinhole cameras to understand the formation of images. Students are also introduced to the concept of surface tension by performing some interesting experiments. To understand the concept of density students made a density column by using fluids of various densities. They understand acids and bases by using various types of indicators (litmus paper, phenolphthalein, rose, turmeric, etc.). They also made them aware of the uses of various chemicals at home for different purposes. Students shared various information about different planets and satellites in the solar system.
Mathematics Club plays an important role in motivating the students to learn mathematics with interest and involvement. The Club provides the students with tricks to simplify and enjoy solving maths. Sudoku and puzzles garnered an enthusiastic response and the students used their grey matter to the best of their ability to be the first ones to respond. Further, the club also hosts frequent quiz sessions. The Club members are educated on the various mathematicians who made an indelible mark on the subject. Tangram kits are used to make different shapes like birds, lighthouses, and geometrical figures. Students also benefited from the Vedic Mathematics tricks taught to them.
The aim of the Club is to enable the children to understand the meaning of the term: International Understanding – Promoting tolerance, respect for human rights, democracy, and learning about the diversity and wealth of cultural identities. I session: Discussion on the need for world organisations- like United Nations, ASEAN-SAARC, Amnesty International, The UNESCO. II session: Children are asked to prepare a list of international days celebrated across the world.
Newspaper articles are shared by the Club members on the peace efforts between India and her neighbour countries - Pakistan and Bangladesh.
Children were asked to bring materials to prepare placards, charts, and slogans on the topic to create awareness about the precious natural resources that nature provides us which has made possible human existence on the planet.
On Universal Children's Day, on 20 November, students were assigned selected countries and asked to prepare a speech on how Children’s Day is celebrated in their country. The Club members wore costumes related to the country and learned about facts about the assigned countries.
An activity was assigned to the Club members to speak to their relatives, friends or even chat with Facebook friends of other countries (with parental guidance) and share information about their country, education type, culture, etc.
The role of the Thinkers Club in schools is to impart fundamental knowledge about the great thinkers of the world and how their thoughts and philosophies have instilled wisdom and brought great impact on society at large. The goal of this Club is to promote positive thinking and expand the intellectual horizons of the students. The Thinker’s Club has activities like reading biographies, collecting quotations, and preparing charts on some of the world’s greatest thinkers like Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, Leonardo Da Vinci, and Rabindranath Tagore. These activities give the students in-depth knowledge of the contribution of these thinkers to the world and the positive impact they had on mankind.
Interact Club has its installation ceremony in July every year and as part of the activities students visit the local girls and boys orphanage as well as old age homes. They interact with the children, present a program like a quiz competition, and sing songs. A Rakhi Making competition is held and every student works hard to make the rakhis that are sold and the proceeds are donated to orphanages.