Students are human beings, therefore, not every student will have the same potential and learning capacity to match with the entire class. But the educational structure is designed in such a way that providing specific teachers to all sorts of students is not feasible. Hence, education and academic activities make sure that even the students legging behind for numerous reasons and come forward and choose the subjects they are interested in. This creates equality among the students in a classroom.

 Here’ the list of activities –
1. Poetry competition.
2. Science quizzes.
3. Mathematics Olympiad.
4. English story writing.
5. Essay competition.
6. Projects in exhibitions.
7. Speaking in assemblies.
8. Conducting prayers.
9. Extempore.
10. Debate competition.

Here’ the list of activities –
1. Hiking
2. Cycling
3. Treasure hunts
4. Collecting coins
5. Cooking
6. Fishing
7. Gardening
8. Personal reflection
9. Sessions with therapist

Education is not merely about memorising answers and toggling them out on paper to score marks, it is much more. Schools are places where a child spends most of his time. He makes friends, meets teachers, learns about the world, and decides what he wants to do in life. One cannot succeed in life just by scoring 100 percent marks in exams, social skills are necessary for personality growth. Developing social and civic values are important to living in society. Therefore, to make a student socially aware and responsible, these activities are conducted. Here’ the list of activities –
1. Collecting funds for NGOs
2. Organizing cultural events
3. Participating in school councils/cabinets
4. Scouting and guiding
5. Volunteering for social work
6. Celebrating cleanliness day, mental health day, etc.

Students must develop a creative mindset since this is the age when their minds can learn the most. Recreation and fun are essential parts of schooling. Indeed, all work and no play make Jack a dull boy. Therefore, conducting fun co-curricular activities will help students to find their creative calling, explore their talents and develop their hobbies. Recreational activities also act as a stress buster, so the students who are appearing for board exams, it is a great way to relax rejuvenate them to score well in exams. Here’ the list of activities
1. Visiting museums
2. Trekking mountains
3. Picnics
4. Seminars and workshops
5. Industrial visits
6. Doll making

Showcasing talent gives a major boost to confidence. Most students in schools have often stated that they were introverts and lacked confidence. This is because, in a class of 50 students, there will only be a few who will be scoring good marks and getting teachers’ attention. In such a scenario, students who are not good at academics but excel in other cocurricular activities lose confidence. When schools, conduct festivals and cultural competitions within the school and with outside schools also, Students get an opportunity to develop their skills and put them out there. It also helps in their creativity. Here’ the list of activities –
1. Dance competition
2. Singing competition
3. Folk art workshops
4. Drawing competition
5. Fancy dress competitions
6. Dramatics
7. Annual day programs
8. Interschool cultural fest

Most schools do not pay much attention to the physical development of students. As a result, students suffer from health problems at an early age. Yes, the development of students intellectually and socially is necessary, but without physical development, all of these factors go in vain. As it is said, health is wealth, playing outdoor games and challenging the physical health of students through co-curricular activities help them to enhance their ability of learning. Check out our sports facilities. That is why physical education and PeT periods are important ingredients of students’ courses of study. Here’ the list of activities –
1. Athletics
2. Gymnastics
3. Yoga
4. Meditation
5. Running
6. Sports competitions
7. NCC

Art and craft always have a significantly positive impact on the mindsets of students. Most students learn to express themselves through some form of art. Whether it is sketching, drawing, painting, origami, or craft, students always love this class the most. One reason behind including arts and crafts in extracurricular activities is also because it increases concentration. Many students face the problem of lack of concentration while studying or inability to understand fast, practising art regularly can visibly enhance their learning potential. Here’ the list of activities –
1. Spiral crafts
2. Doll making
3. Poster drawing
4. Flower decoration
5. Sketching portrait.
6. Clay modeling
7. Album making
8. Collage making
9. Acrylic painting
10.Basket making
11.Oil painting
13.Crafts and origami.