Extra Curriculum Activities
At St. Andrews World School, sports is considered to be one of the best tools for developing life skills like self-discipline, courage, confidence, team spirit, etc. A range of indoor and outdoor facilities are provided to build the child’s muscle strength and gross motor skills. A very high level of adult supervisions ensure safety and enables them to meet physical challenges like balancing, and many other, which helps to develop their stamina and maintain physical health. At the same time, a lot of activities are designed involving cutting, pasting, tearing, and molding to develop the fine motor skills required for better handwriting and presentation.
The joy of learning:-
At St. Andrews World School we are committed to developing an educational process in a stress-free environment, bringing in a feeling of togetherness. The students are encouraged to compete only with themselves and try to better their own achievements because every student is unique and needs special attention. All efforts are made to ensure that learning is an extremely enjoyable experience at St. Andrews World School.
By Means of adult-supported practical experiences, the student becomes familiar with sorting, matching, ordering, sequencing, and counting activities, which form the basis for early mathematics. As they use their developing mathematical understanding to solve practical problems, students are supported to learn and use the vocabulary of mathematics, identifying objects by shape, position, size, volume, and number.
Personal Social & Emotional Development:-
At St. Andrews World School, we believe every student is special and needs to be individually treated, each in a different way, to bring out the best in them. Students are encouraged to support their peer group, share their feelings during circle time, listen to their friends, and corporate with everyone. Social skills like team spirit, sharing, taking turns, etc, are given due importance so as to ensure better citizens tomorrow. Various activities like storytelling and fun activities in the class and during circle time, not only enhance their knowledge but also lead to developing listening skills, empathy, etc.