Hobby Clubs

Student Life Hobby Clubs

“A hobby a day keeps the doldrums away.” – Phyllis McGinley .
The school offers students a wide range of club activities appropriate to their age. Joining a club is one of the many ways in which we seek to encourage students to pursue areas of personal interest.

Health Club

“Good health is not something we can buy. However, it can be an extremely valuable savings account.”Anne Wilson Schaef
As per C.B.S.E. guidelines, to pay more attention towards the health of the students, Health Club is formed by the school comprising of six doctors, four teachers and student representatives. The objective of Health Club is to help maintain good health of the students. Health Cards are issued to the students. Quarterly general Health check-up is done in the school itself and if needed students are guided to visit the doctor. General precautions and balanced diet chart are mentioned on the Health Card. Other than this, the school has a well equipped dispensary, under a qualified nurse, to deal with medical emergencies. Regular, eye and dental check-ups are part of the medical care offered by the school.

Eco Vasundhara Club

“Rivers, rocks and trees have always been talking to us, but we’ve forgotten how to listen.”Michael Roads
In accordance with the guidelines of U.P. Pollution Control Board and to create awareness about the deterioration of environment, Eco Club is formed by the school. Students perform different activities like plantation, rallies, slogans, essay competition etc. The club aims at inculcating an appreciation of nature among students and encouraging them to participate in a variety of conservation initiatives. Its efforts include inviting leading environmentalists to the school to talk to students and sensitize them to the opportunities and challenges in addressing environmental issues, organising an annual tree-planting day, and participating in important nature-oriented programmes.

Heritage Club

“As the soil, however rich it may be, cannot be productive without cultivation, so the mind without culture can never produce good fruit.”Seneca

Heritage Club is run with the motive of creating awareness and participation in heritage related activities among the students. The Heritage Club programmes are designed so as to involve students in various activities geared towards heritage awareness and education for learning a craft, museum visits and conservation at home and at school. The club organizes recitals and workshops by famous artists and showcases rare, precious and unparalled pieces spanning the length and breadth of the country.

Photography Club

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it.”Ansel Adams
Our students take visual arts seriously and that’s why to hone and showcase the photographic talents of our students, we have designed this club. Our digital photography club is attended by students with remarkable enthusiasm and guided by renowned professional photographers. All images we take are digital and are edited using the full range of features in Adobe Photoshop.

Science Club

“Science is nothing but developed perception, interpreted intent, commonsense rounded out and minutely articulated.”George Santayana
The Objectives of the Science Club is to make all students realize that it is a club for real fun and not a place to horrify them with equations and complicated words. All they get here is fun with structured information with repeatable results. It makes them realize that ‘science’ is just a name of easier way of understanding things. The club is equally enjoyable for students who like science or arts or are curious to learn just anything they want.

Writers’ Club

“The skill of writing is to create a context in which other people can think.”Edwin Schlossberg
All types of writing: Poetry, non-fiction, fiction, short story, playwriting, scripts, songwriting are practiced by the aspiring authors at the Writers’ Club. To further develop writing skills of young minds with a flair for words, Annual School Magazine & Newsletter projects are also introduced. Well known writers interact with the students and look at their art of writing and set a writing exercise to improve students’ skills.