Learning beyond books

  • 12 May, 2021

“Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful”.  Albert Schweitzer

Every Saturday SIRS hold the Weekly Club Classes for the SAIoneers to take their focus on something that interests them outside the School books.

SAIoneers of SIRS participated in the Weekly club classes in the Images Club they learnt the tricks of photography, in the Symphony Club the students fine tuned their Guitar and learnt a few chords, in the Art Club they practiced sketches, paintings and drawing learning the important details of presenting a drawing over a canvas. Knowing the different galaxies and the constellations, the satellites’ planets always fascinate the children; in the Spectrum club the SAIoneers watched a wonderful presentation on the same topics. While in the Astronomy Club they learnt about the oldest International Space Stations.  The Going Global club made the students compare the life and environment of India of that with Canada.

Singing relaxes the brain and the children of the Mozart cCub learnt a special song for their Mothers “O Maa ” for the Mother’s Day celebrations. Quizzing leads to critical thinking and in the Quest Club the SAIoneers participated in a quiz on Common Wealth Games.

All these club activities take the children learn something beyond books and instills the 21st century skills of creativity, communication, critical thinking, social and cultural skills and much more.