The performing arts, broadly music, dance and theatre are key elements of culture and this engagement through participation is often lifelong.
Thus opportunities are provided to hone “student skills” and understanding of “creating, performing and responding”. This aims at stimulating and developing a cooperative attitude and an appreciation & enjoyment of music, dance and drama.
Sloka-chanting, folk music, folk dance, mime, role plays and drama find a place in Assembly programmes, intra-school and inter-school events.
Under the able guidance of teachers our students joyfully engage themselves in preparation of props for various occasions.