Citizenship & Service

Community Service is an integral part of our curriculum and learning environment. Our students from age 3 to 18 years study Global Perspectives as a subject and go beyond the school boundaries to paint houses, restore lakes, collect e-waste, renovate underprivileged schools, organise & lead drives on issues of cleanliness , child safety or fund raising and reflect on their learning experiences. We encourage our students to engage in these service learning projects as they allow them to develop a sense of gratification and pride in their ability to positively influence the lives of others and impact change as responsible citizens. It is our sincere endeavour to help them understand relevance of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals SDGs and contribute towards accomplishing these goals through their service learning projects.