Music: Music classes are offered in all grades. The students learn rhythms through clapping, singing and/or playing instruments. Some skills learned are simple notations that include pitch, rhythm, dynamics, and tempo.
Keyboard: Students vocalize the “home tone” of familiar and unfamiliar songs, and demonstrate appropriate posture and breathing techniques while performing songs by the Keyboard practices.
Archery: Archery helps students with math. Students understand how to determine area and perimeter in geometry. Shooting with a bow and arrows, especially at a target as a sport.
Karate: It is an oriental system of unarmed combat using the hands and feet to deliver and block blows, widely practiced as sport.
Yoga: In the life of children they are all on “go…go… go race” their thoughts too are constantly changing. Hence it is important for well-being to sit quite for few minutes daily, be steady at one place to get memory power for studies.
Guitar: Music and math are highly interred wined by understanding beat, rhythm and scales, children are leering how to divide, create fractions and recognize patterns.
Drums: Playing drums can relieve frustration disappointment, and stress for our children.
Dance: Dance keeps both the body and the brain active, vital for our children. It can led a new career opportunities in future.
Singing: Singing encourages a child to express their emotions and sharpens their ability to communicate while exercising lip and tongue movement.
Silambam: It helps for our children to relieves mental stress, laziness and fatigue, improves body flexibility and reflexive movement of joints and muscles.
Folk Dance: Tamilnadu has rich tradition of folk arts and crafts displaying traditions skill and dexterity handed down from generations. The folk Music and Dances represent the fustic ethos, aesthetic values and melody. The conduct of folk dances and music on occasions of temple festivals and community functions gives entertainment, myrth and merry to the villagers. The Therukoothu (Street Play), Thappattai Attam, Karagam and Kavadi, Dummy Horse dance and Peacock Dance, Oyilattam and Silambam are all rural programmes of art forms, very old but not archai-still conducted and enjoyed by people with abiding interest and enhusiasm.
Gymnastics: Gymnastics is a sport which involves doing exercises which need strength, flexibility, balance and control. This may include running, jumping, tumbling, somersaulting, flipping and balancing. … In men’s gymnastics, there are six activities: floor exercise, parallel bars, high bar, pommel horse, vault, and rings.