CO – SCHOLASTIC

A robust co-scholastic program is implemented to enhance the theoretical knowledge of classrooms. With the motive to enhance confidence, self-esteem, leadership, creativity, team spirit, patriotism, sympathy, empathy in a child, various activities and competitions are organized regularly under the guidance and supervision of able hands in the areas of literature, art, music, dance and technology to name a few.

CO-SCHOLASTIC PROGRAMME AT OWS

When you come right down to it – the real world is not just about academics. There is a world beyond classroom walls and textbooks, where invaluable learning takes place. At OWS, academics goals are balanced with a vibrant Enrichment Programme that encompasses art, sport and life. We offer an array of beyond-the-classroom activities, which give our students opportunities to discover and display their talents, and cultivate a wide range of interests.

We don’t treat these initiatives as ‘extra- curricular’ activities though. Instead, our enrichment programmes co-habit happily with the academic syllabus as part of a single, integrated curriculum. In this way, we make sure that our students get to experience a truly well-rounded and happy school life.

The programme spans the entire spectrum of student interests, from art to athletics and includes:

  • PERFORMING & VISUAL ARTS: Artistic activities, including music, theatre, dance, art, craft and pottery, not only build imagination and channel energy constructively, but also create a sense of emotional wellbeing.
  • PHYSICAL EDUCATION : Invigorating physical sports like swimming, football and athletics are a vital part of OWS portfolio of enrichment activities.
  • LIFE SKILLS EDUCATION PROGRAMME: Each child at OWS is trained to be self-reliant, aware and equipped to face life with sessions in money management, effective studying, public-speaking, gardening and home management.
  • ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION: We teach responsibility towards the environment in a hands-on manner by encouraging students to participate in a number of conservation projects.
  • WORK EDUCATION: Sensitivity to larger issues facing the world is actively fostered by inspiring students to involve themselves in community service.