Extracurricular Activities and their Importance

Extracurricular activities are performed by students with their interest and not for getting grades in exams.A study conducted by surveying school-age students in the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent Health revealed that 70% of adolescents are involved in some form of extracurricular activities.

Other studies have shown being involved in extracurricular activities reduces the likelihood of dropping out of school, likelihood of committing a criminal offense, and leads to higher educational retainment and success and achievements in school work,not to mention that the greatest advantage of participating in at least one of these activities is the decrease in anti-social behaviors and students growing up to be more successful in communication and relationships. Students in our school are free to perform activities such as dancing, performing arts such as drama, joining school band or music related activities, cheer leaders and various quiz competitions.


A Place where Fun Begins but doesn’t End!

TVS is the busiest place on earth. Momentum is very high and exciting, children follow a daily routine of activities designed to build specific skills with each day being different. Our children learn through singing, listening stories, dramatics/ plays, group projects, and outdoor games etc. These activities provide opportunities for creativity, and lead to development of physical co-ordination, emotional maturity, practicality and social skills.

A Child learns the most through fun and learning by which their minds are sharpened, energy channelized and potential fully developed. Through these play activities – children grow up making their own decisions and discoveries. Besides this, a climate of creativity is maintained throughout the year. Activities like painting, rhyming, singing, clay modelling, block building, fancy dress, movie shows, etc. are being organized in the school at regular intervals.

We at TVS celebrate each festival and thus try and inculcate in the child from a very early age social and religious acceptance and tolerance embroidered in mutual love and respect. Summer camps/hobby classes & various competitions are also conducted for children.

      Through our “We Care Program” we even encourage the Grand Parents to come and join us in our festivities so that the kids develop an inseparable bond with them, especially because nowadays the elderly are experiencing the lack of social security, and are usually neglected and isolated.

TVS Educational Goals

Educational Goals are listed in three categories relating to the student’s needs for skills development, self-development, and social development.

Skills Development

TVS seeks to create an environment in which students will be encouraged to:

  • Develop the basic skills of communication: listening and speaking, reading and writing.

  • Develop the basic skills of computation.

  • Develop skills to perceive sensitively, examine critically, think logically, and respond effectively to information from various sources.

  • Develop an understanding of economic matters as they apply to daily life.

  • Develop abilities to communicate in more than one language.

  • Understand the influence of science, technology, and art in daily living.


TVS seeks to create an environment in which students will be encouraged to:

  • Develop the ability to communicate ideas and personal feelings.

  • Develop a positive self-concept.

  • Develop pride in accomplishment.

  • Develop personal goals.

  • Develop the ability to work on their own.

  • Develop a lasting desire for learning.

  • Learn self-expression through forms such as art, music, writing, dance, and theater.

  • Appreciate various forms of culture and beauty.

  • Develop special abilities and interests.

  • Nurture physical development, fitness, and well-being, and apply principles of health and safety in daily living.

  • Develop skills for participation in life-time sports and other recreational activities.

Social Development

TVS seeks to create an environment in which students will be encouraged to:

  • Work co-operatively with other individuals and groups.

  • Make socially responsible decisions.

  • Develop the potential for positive contributions to society.

  • Adjust to the changing demands of society.

  • Understand and respect other cultures and the interdependence of people.


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