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Western Music

The Western Music club bestows the students with a golden voice which speaks without words. It offers a symphony of instruments such as the synthesizer, guitar, bass guitar, drums and any other instrument which the student decides to learn. The Violin and Ukulele have been recently included in the curriculum too. A well-structured syllabus and lesson plan are followed to hone the students’ minds towards rhythm, melodies and harmonies – the essential components of music. The songs chosen are lyrical epitomes of values, life skills and the theory of music, are taught every week to students.


  • Mr Joshua Peter

Contemporary Dance

Contemporary Dance Club encompasses many dance forms or styles, which are typically danced to western music, and which are stylistically associated with American country and/or western traditions.Many of these dance forms had been practiced in western culture for many years such as Jazz, Hip Hop and Funk but it also includes styles which have recently become popular like Lyrical, Animation and House. These dance forms show a constant readiness to accept new varieties.

These dance forms not only provide a fun element and mitigate all stress and tension but also improves all elements of fitness (flexibility, muscular strength, and cardio-vascular fitness). For example the moves used in Jazz Dance include Jazz Hands, Kicks, Leaps, Sideways Shuffling, Rolled Shoulders, and Turned Knees. Lyrical tends to utilize both the strong and controlled legwork of ballet and modern dance's stress on the torso, and also employs contact-release, floor work, fall and recovery, and improvisation characteristic of modern dance. Breakdancing helps in gaining upper body strength and has a few movements originating from Gymnastics. Group choreography fosters teamwork, communication, trust and cooperation. It helps to nurture important life skills, such as discipline and focus. Dancers naturally display confidence, self-esteem and poise. One of the greatest benefits of dance is that it sparks a child's imagination and nurtures individual creativity in a unique way. Dance classes share the joy of physical self-expression in a supportive and structured setting.


  • Mr. Kanhai


 Menu Planning - Chef - O - Mania

Menu Planning – This is a club activity in which the children of middle school are taught non gas cooking. They are inspired to think innovatively with the given ingredients and also taught the importance of healthy food in their diet. They make specific vitamin or iron rich diets, drinks and snacks that are healthy and yet tempt children of their own age. The kids understand the role of presentation of their recipes and they come up with very innovative and attractive ideas.


  • Ms Misha Sharma Mehrotra
  • Ms. Geeta Arora


  Quiz & Debate - Quibators

The Quiz Club is a very active club and has members from classes VI-XII. They have sessions with the famous Quiz Master Mr. Arindam Bhattacharya, where students learnt tips for a successful quiz, different quizzing methods, how to identify their areas of expertise and how to strengthen their knowledge in those areas. Our Quiz Club members regularly attend various Inter-School Quiz competitions and win prizes. Inter-class and intra-class quizzes such as the Sports Quiz to commemorate the National Sports Day and the pop quiz on French Day Celebration are organized by the Quiz Club.


  • Ms. Sudakshina Mukherjee
  • Ms. Niela Hariharan
  • Ms. Sarmishtha

 IQF, Eco Club - Green Teen

IQF/ Eco Club- Through this club, students are constantly made aware to make connections between choices they make and its impact on the environment. The school is declared a ‘no polybag zone’ as the students were made aware of the harmful effects of its usage. The Eco club members feeling important and responsible make regular surprise visits to classrooms and random checking of bags is conducted. A ‘vermicompost pit’ was started on a small scale. Now it gorges all the waste generated from the school Cafeteria and the Home Science Lab – even the cow-dung from a nearby dairy is pitched in, producing valuable manure that is utilized in greening the school premises. To sensitize students on saving water, several pits have been made for rain-water harvesting. The water is used in the school fields and gardens. Workshops on water – electricity saving is conducted for Eco Club members, who in turn spread the message. Meter reading on a daily basis for a month made them more responsible and conscious. A neighbourhood park has been adopted, where students go on a cleanliness drive once a month. Herbal plants are raised in our school garden by the students of this club.


  • Ms. Vandana Sen Gupta
  • Ms. Chetna Sawhney


Earth Day 2020 Celebration #online


Earth Day is celebrated every year on  April 22nd since 1970. The main aim of Earth Day is to raise awareness about the negative impact our actions as mankind have on our environment. With this eco-spirit, our young Green Teens Team , celebrated Earth Day this year at home and pledged to keep our mother earth safe for the future.


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Sale of smokeless diyas on the occasion of Diwali on 19 October 2019

Rain Water Harvesting

An initiative of the Eco club of the school, the rain water harvesting pits started on a small scale in the year 2000. There are 14 rainwater harvesting pits on campus that have helped in increasing the water table of the region.

Paper Recycling

Paper making- About few years back, members of Eco Club realized that a lot of waste paper was being generated in the school especially in the office, junior school and library. It was then that students and teachers thought of recycling that paper. AND thus started the Paper Recycling Club. In the beginning recycled paper was made using an idli grinder. When at last we were successful in getting good quality recycled paper, did our principal ma’am think of investing in a proper paper recycling plant. Now lot of paper is produced which then takes the form of diaries, folders and invitation cards. This year the target of the club is to produce a lot more paper & then sell the articles made in the school.


Students of classes VI-VIII recycling the paper out of the waste paper generated from school



Waste Segregation

Our schools has painted dustbins for separate biodegradable and non-biodegradable matters. In the school, we have a bigger waste collection area which has partitions for biodegradable and non –biodegradable, paper, plastics and glasses. The students of classes VI-XII pick the waste from all and segregate them in biodegradable, non-biodegradable, paper, plastic, glass and put it in a bigger area which is collected by rag picker every Sunday to make his job easier.

E-Waste Disposal

Our school has been conferred with the ‘Platinum Status’ for its contribution to ‘Nokia Planet ke Rakhwale’ campaign. Technology is producing newer products and applications everyday to make the life of people more comfortable and enjoyable. However, it also has certain pitfalls such as generation of E-Waste which if left uncontrolled can create havoc for the world environment. We have taken up the cudgels to work towards cleaner environment by involving the whole student fraternity and collaborating with Nokia in their project “Nokia Planet Ke Rakhwale’. The students are encouraged to voluntarily donate their old mobile sets, and all types of electrical and electronic equipment in the pre-defined locations/bins in the school. These are then the recycled and they find their way to everyday things like park benches, kettles and saxophones.


 Science Astronomy - Kritika

Space club seeks to build fascination, innovation, passion and total commitment to vision of spreading the awareness and knowledge of astronomy facts to the students. In the club, over the session the astronomers from the SPACE expose children to various activities related to celestial bodies.


  • Dr. Remy Kaul
  • Ms. Tulika Joshi


Astronomy Day Celebrated on 19 February 2020

The event was organised by students of Astronomy club from classes  VI to VIII and it had a display of various astronomy related activities.

There were a lot of queries exchanged between the students and teachers which made  an interactive session amongst the students. Overall the observation camp was a successful activity where astronomy club students learnt the basics of astronomy in an easy way and gained practical knowledge.


 Electronics - E-Tracers

In this club , students are encouraged to   apply their knowledge and create scientific working models. They enjoy   freedom in  choice of  topic and the kind of model they want to make. Many a  times , they use old toy parts such as motors, remote ,wheels etc  to create new models.

In this club , they gain firsthand experience on electrical concepts such as   circuits,  resistance and electronic  components like diodes, triodes, capacitors  etc . The club annually puts up an exhibition where work of students is displayed.


  • Ms. Nidhi Dimri
  • Ms Nidhi Kapoor

 Computer - Techwiz

Computer Club -One of the most coveted club techwiz provides an opportunity to the students to learn advance technology in computers .This club is an ideal place for young students brimming with creative sense. It enhances the skills of talented students and provides a platform for expressing their knowledge of computers. The computer club students are taught animation/short movies.The students are divided into groups of four each and each group has two computers dedicated to them. Every year each group is assigned a topic for a movie which is to be made. The students use the advanced movie making software's like Windows Movie Maker ,AVS Editor,Video Pad Editor, Adobe Premiere and Pinnacle studio . They also use the image editing software like Adobe Photoshop CS3. 
The computer club is associated with INTACH since last three years , those students who excel in Techwiz club are a part of INTACH.They also attend the workshops conducted by INTACH FILMIT .In these workshops children are trained on simple filming and editing techniques, principles of script writing and content development. The movies made by our club are uploaded on the INTACH FILMIT website which are exchanged on the internet with students in England.


  • Ms. Manisha Gusain

Showcase of movies & games developed by the students of classes VI-VIII on Parent Teacher Meeting on 19 October 2019

Computer club showcase was held on 19 October 2019 in which students of classes VI-VIII participated. From story writing to camera handling and editing the clips on software to give their ideas a final touch , Our Young Directors showcased some enthralling short movies on Mahatma Gandhi's Ideology and Philosophy with its relevance in today's time.  Young Game developers of class VIII also developed some interesting PC Video games which were played by students and parents. Parents were amazed with the creativity and vision of our students.

Math Club - 1729

1729 is the name of the Math Club  It has been named after the Ramanujan’s  Number.Students who have  a passion for the subjects become members of this club.Children have a lot of fun during this club period.They do a number of activities to boost their analytical , logical and problem solving skills by solving puzzles , mind games and Sudoku etc.Students experiments with tangram, tessellation to understand a number of geometrical concepts.


  • Ms. Kulbinder Chawla
  • Ms. Deepti Sisondia


 Art & Craft - Shrishti
Tagore Art and Craft Club is named "Shrishti", meaning creation is all about creativity and fun. Students explore different mediums and materials to make aesthetically appealing utilitarian objects, like pots, wall hangings, bags, furniture, table top items etc.They use different experimental and traditional techniques like painting , paper cutting and collage, mixed medium, decoupage, papier mâché etc. 

Students also learn Chinese Calligraphy called Shūfǎ (書法) and Chinese ink painting  called shuǐ mò huà (水墨畫), through online interactive classes with our collaborative Chinese school, Jinyuan High School, Shanghai.


  • Mr. Anjon Bose
  • Ms. Meena Nagpal

 Clay Modeling - Clay Creators
Clay Modelling is a fun activity that involves the sculpting and moulding of modelling clay into a variety of shapes and objects. It gives students the opportunity to be creative and learn about texture, shape and form. 
Clay Modelling helps students develop hand and eye co-ordination as they pound, pat and push the clay into shapes and objects. Through this manipulation, students can express their thoughts and ideas as they mould the clay to take on the form of their imagination. 


  • Ms. Priya Pal
  • Mr. Ashish


 Heritage - Dharohar

Heritage Club – The heritage of any territory is the testimony to its past, a representation of it’s growth and the pride and inspiration for it’s present. Preserving this treasure for the future generation is a duty of all who’ve received it from their ancestors. In this club, we choose a site of heritage importance and study the details about it, visit the site and try and preserve the place.


  • Ms Navita Singh Golaya
  • Ms Usha Rani
  • Ms Radhika Sharma

Students of class VII  manning the Qutab Minar

 Japanese Club - Nihongo

Japanese Club – In this club the children are taught Japanese language by a Japanese teacher. The students also learn about different festivals that are celebrated in Japan. They do activities related to Japanese festivals and their culture.


  • Ms Sonia Bhatia

 Music Club - Swaranjali
Indian classical music has traditionally been taught by the guru to students on a one-to-one basis, with the students completely dedicated to the teacher and the art form. 
Students in the vocal music club are motivated to learn this art form with the same dedication. The various styles of vocal music both folk and classical, various raagas, shlokas and different instruments are all introduced to the students.


  • Ms Alka Sharma (instrumental)


This newly inaugurated club in the Session 2018-19 aims to inspire integrative learning in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics (STEAM) in an experiential and project based method.The sole purpose of starting this club is to foster innovation and spirit of research and development among students. The lab is equipped with new 3D printers, computers with latest configurations and professional CAD & CAM softwares for design and innovation, new robotics kits, sensors and electronic components.


  • Ms Bhawna Garg


Students involved in a session of 'Aeromodelling' on 06 December 2019

Exhibition by the students of STEAM club during Parent Teacher Meeting on 19 October 2019

  AWIM Club - A World In Motion

AWIM - a club which trains students of class VI every year for the  'Jet toy car making' competition, organised by Maruti Suzuki in collaboration with SAE India. The students  learn to make toy cars using paper chassis ,axle, bearings, wheel, balloons and nozzles. The cars are tested on tracks on the basis of distance with weight, accuracy and speed. A presentation on 'Future Car' is also prepared through an aesthetic model. Maruti also motivates the students by sending college volunteers to train the students in different fields of car making. They also get an opportunity to interact with engineers, professionals from the automobile industry. This programme has been basically designed to generate interest in young minds for automobile engineering as a career choice. 


  • Ms. Geeta Gosain
  • Ms. Nidhi Sood
  • Ms. Kalpana Vijyan Das