Co-Curricular Activities

Physical fitness and mental development go hand in hand. Outdoor and Indoor sports form an important part of the school curriculum. Mental ability finds its form through the sound physical health of a child. The school keeps a detailed check on the physical well being of each student to ensure that the time in the school is enriching them mentally and grooming them physically as well. The School provides the student’s with the following sports facilities. This helps to build the sportsmanship and participation.

Out Door Sports

  1. Athletics
  2. Football
  3. Cricket
  4. Basketball
  5. Volleyball
  6. Badminton
  7. Skating

The training is imparted under the supervision and guidance of experts. The spaces for outdoor sports are meticulously developed as per the international standards to give a real time feel to the students and the young sports enthusiast of the school.

Indoors Sports

  1. Chess
  2. Table Tennis
  3. Carrom
  4. Badminton

Co-curricular Activities

1. Arts & Craft

A well-equipped, spacious Art and Craft Room provides ample opportunities to the students to learn various skills in drawing, sketching, painting, origami, embroidery and other handicrafts. Sri Sri Academy, Siliguri has an exciting visual art programme with art being part of the curriculum and taught by specialized teachers. Art will remain a part of the compulsory curriculum. We know that arts matter. We also know students learn through and from them. Art is often the most emotive way of communicating profound ideas.

In our community a multitude of displays, exhibitions and performances provide all of our students with a ‘voice’ to explore and broadcast experiences and perspectives.

Whatever the medium, student’s creativity will always be in the spotlight which is what makes us different and, more importantly, what brings us together.

2. Yoga & Kriya

3. Meditation

4. Dance Studio

The Dance Room gives a chance to each student to learn about dance and rhythm. To teach dance we have well trained teachers to help our children remain physically fit and express themselves outside the conventional ways of expression.

Children as young as 3 years old can enjoy the benefits of dance education. Exposure to dance and performance gives young children another way to express their emotions through story-telling and reap the benefits of moving their bodies through a physical art form.

Our dance room is equipped with modern music system, wall-to-wall mirror; with a dedicated dance teachers committed to provide the much-required learning outside the classroom walls. We are proud to introduce classical dance and committed to slowly moving towards various forms of dance as we go along.

5. Drama

6. Debates

7. Elocution

8. Music – Classical and Western

The school will have a spacious and well-equipped Music Room to train students in Indian Classical as well as Western music. The music performance programme with event opportunities that include mini-concerts, recitals, talent shows and charity fundraisers, as well as Instrumental Shows will be a regular feature of the school. Children should learn different melody, poems, and songs through actions and learn to explore folk instruments and gradually learn to play instruments like sitar, tabla or key boards. Little kids should learn to notice sounds existing in nature and surroundings and connect with them. For the older children music will create a breathing space and help them to maintain emotional balance and aesthetic development.

Students will also get an exposure to adopting music as their career. Regional songs would be collected by the faculty and children will be exposed to folk songs from different parts of the country. School choir would take initiative for creating the cultural ethos of the institution.

9. Pottery

10. Gardening