The highlight of our Co-curricular Planner is the universal appeal of the activities - selected for their rich influence upon young minds on the threshold of emerging maturity. They are carefully designed and planned to supplement the academic growth of the child.
Well known Plays in a simplified form are read out to the children during this time. They are then made to act out small portions of the given play. Children enjoy acting out scenes not only from Plays but also from lessons they might have learnt during Moral Science class.
For the beginners, teachers help the child to understand the rules of debating. They are then guided into carrying out a small research of the topic given. Nothing like a good speech to boost one's confidence!
MLZS Neyyoor kids thoroughly enjoy this wonderful form of keeping abreast of news and information! From the Daily Morning question shot during Assembly to the full fledged Quiz, every member of the Club is kept busy with harvesting interesting material for self education.
Both in English as well as in the vernacular, our students are trained in the art of good elocution. Attention is paid to details such as voice modulation and pronunciation.
The Pieces selected for elocution are carefully studied by the teachers for appropriateness and interest factors.
The school provides all opportunities to every child for his physical, moral and mental development and with this end in view "The House System" has been introduced, and all the co-curricular and sports activities are organized, house wise in the school.
Embracing the ideology�of individual differences, remedial classes offer on specialized strategies to help learners develop more efficient ways of managing their own learning. Understanding that each student is different, processing data�at his/her own level and by using his/her strongest modality, remedial classes provide a tailor made learning environment to ensure optimum learning course of action�involves individualized sessions, process training, learning to use meta-cognitive strategies and study skills.
Outbound�trips are a key part of experimental learning. Children are taken out on the field trips�to observe, interact, learn and assimilate. The school organizes at least two annual field trips. There is a short one to a farm or a factory which is aimed at fostering the skills of observation as part of the learning process. The other one could be a longer trip to a state/region where we try to include as many places of historic interest as we can, which is related in some way to the curriculum.