Co-Curricular Activities

The Co-curricular activities are designed to stimulate the interest of the students in hobbies and provide opportunities for self-expression thereby ensuring the formation of balanced and integrated personalities. These activities are conducted through clubs which monitor the activities. 

The activities are conducted through the following clubs which monitor the activities. 

Extra Curricular Activities

In order to ensure the development of the personality of the students, the school provides ample opportunities for the students to engage themselves in a wide variety of extra-curricular activities. 

These include:
Sports & Games : Opportunities for playing the following games and sports are provided in the school under the guidance of qualified instructors. (a) Cricket (b) Football (c) Volley-Ball (d) Throwball (e) Tennikoit (f) Khokho (g) Table Tennis (h) Shuttle Badminton (i) Chess (j) Carrom.
Athletic instruction and vigorous training is imparted in :
(i) Track Events – Short Distance and Long Distance.
(ii) Field Events – Jumps – High Jump, Long Jump, Triple Jump.
(iii) Throws – Discus, Javelin, Shotput

To inculcate the spirit of sportsmanship among students the school conducts Intramural Games for the members of the four houses. A full-fledged standard Athletic Meet is conducted among the members of all the four houses in all the standard events.

National Cadet Corps (NCC) : The School has a full-fledged Junior Division (School level) National Cadet Corps – Air Force Wing affiliated to 1(TN) Air Squadron. The NCC inculcates in the youth a sense of discipline, spirit of adventure and a strong feeling of service to the society and the nation.
Photography. Philately Club
Instrumental music, Handwriting, Abacus, Vedic 5. Maths, Skating, Karate are offered as an optional course of learning for boys and girls between 4.15 p.m and 5.15 p.m.
Eco Club: St.John’s Nature Club is affiliated to the Nature Club of India – The Youth Movement of worldwide Fund for Nature – India. Boys and girls – VI to IX Std. will be enrolled in this club.
Fine Arts Club: As part of the cultural / artistic training of the students, special instructors will be available in Indian dancing; classical, vocal and instrumental music, painting and sculpture.
Readers’ Club : This is a wing of the Department of Library Science and the Department of English. It inculcates reading habits, fosters creative expression through book reviews,etc. Consumer Awareness Club : 9. This is a registered body under the Consumer Council of India. It gives awareness to the students about the role of Consumers in Society.



  1. English Reading & Conversation
  2. English Writing
  3. English Dictation
  4. Number Work
  5. Health Talk
  6. Nature Talk
  7. Story Telling
  8. Recitation
  9. Physical Education
  10. Language-Tamil/Hindi (Language compulsory from U.K.G.)
  11. Computer Science (from U.K.G.)
  12. Drawing
  13. Activity Classes


The activities provided in the room are designed, planned and organized in such a way as to give opportunities for the young children to explore and experience the world around them. It concentrates not only on eye hand co-ordination but also on finer muscular development. The room provides an environment that fosters thinking and self confidence. Above all it creates in the young minds a love for learning.

This is the stage when students become versatile and highly exuberant and keeping their high level of motivation, creativity and thirst for action in mind, curriculum is planned to give more scope for activity based learning.


This is the stage when students become versatile and highly exuberant and keeping their high level of motivation, creativity and thirst for action in mind, curriculum is planned to give more scope for activity based learning.


The scheme for classes VI-VIII has been designed on Term Assessment basis with gradual increase in the learning assessment as the students move forward. This would prepare the students to cover the whole syllabus of the academic year and face the challenge of class X Board examination, and would thus, ensure the ‘quality of education’.


  • At this stage, curriculum becomes more concept oriented.In order to concretize the concepts in Science and Mathematics, Practical classes are conducted for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics periodically.
  • Abstract concepts of Science and Mathematics and Grammatical rules of English are made simpler and explained through educational CD’s at the Computer Centre of the school.
  • Exclusive sessions for softskills like English Communicative skills, General Awareness, Personality Development, Life Skills, Value Enhancement, Health and Hygiene are provided through periodical lectures by eminent personalities and workshops and seminars.
  • Counselling sessions are organized for students to combat problems related to learning and emotions.
  • Field Trips, Nature Walk, Visits to places of topical interest as per the text book, are organized periodically.
  • A variety of activities comprising of Sports and Culturals are organised to tap the talents of students.
  • Thematic Project Exhibitions on Science, Humanities, Hobbies, Work Experience are conducted through which the students gain not only a deep understanding of their subjects, but also gain experience in team work and organisational skills.
  • Encouraging participation in co-curricular activities at intra and inter school levels.


  1. English Prose (Poetry, Non-Detailed, Composition & Comprehension, Grammar)
  2. Second Language (Sanskrit (VIII)/Tamil/Hindi/French)
  3. Third Language (Tamil / Hindi / Sanskrit)
  4. Science & Technology (Physics, Chemistry, Biology)
  5. Social Science (History and Civics, Geography)
  6. Mathematics
  7. Computer Science
  8. Work Experience Arts & Craft
  9. Life Skills & Value Education / Scripture
  10. Physical Education
  11. Environmental Education,
  12. General Knowledge


  • Subject – Third Language is compulsory from classes V to VIII.
  • Hindi should be a part of one’s learning subjects either at second language or at third language level from V std to VIII std.


  1. English – Structural and Functional English (includes Reading, Copy Writing and Spoken English)
  2. Second Language – French (IV & V) Tamil / Hindi
  3. General Science / Environmental Science
  4. Social Science
  5. Mathematics
  6. Drawing / Arts and Craft
  7. Life Skills & Value Education / Scripture
  8. Physical Education
  9. Computer Science (UKG Class to V Class – compulsory)
  10. Third language – Commencing from class V (Tamil / Hindi / Sanskrit)
  11. General Knowledge
  12. Music
  13. Environmental Education

Environmental Education (Class I – V)

One of the other special features of education at the primary level is the environmental education. Here simple but sensitive topics are dealt through Projects, Assignments, Hands on experience, Talks, Group Discussions and various other activities. This enables the children to have special relationships with their environment.