We strive to achieve excellence in learning both within and beyond the classroom. We wish our students to not only exceed in academics, but also become an all round performer by excelling in the fields beyond academics too.
To reinforce the academic curriculum and a global vision, a series of talks and workshops are held throughout the year by eminent personalities from the world of Science, Arts, Academics, Technology, Media, Music, Dance & Drama. The topics range from Environment to Substantial Development through Non-violence, Bio-diversity, Elections and Democracy, from life skills to attitudes and values to health and physical education.
We take note of national and international festivals and anniversaries at our morning assemblies and also celebrate them through dance, drama, music, debate, story-telling sessions, painting and other creative endeavours. We try to inculcate knowledge and values through 'Thought of the day', Amazing Facts & News regularly.
Parents and other family members are regularly invited to school functions.
The outdoor activities at Shiv Jyoti Convent School not only offer the optimum opportunity for physical development of the student but also nurtures his holistic growth. The well maintained Basket Ball Court, Volley Ball Court, Clean and Clear Swimming Pools, Delightful Train Ride, Amusing Swings, Cricket Ground, Badminton Court, Skating Court fill students with such energy with which they can do wonders.
The outdoor activities not only give them relief but also hold countless learning opportunities for the student of Shiv Jyoti Convent School.
The following are the various sports which we provide to our students for their physical grooming:-
We consider each SJCS student as a delegate; we expect the students to be on time, prepared and always have the Great Spirit which makes winners apart from losers. We believe that each child has infinite potential and working in a team towards common goal furthers this potential.
MUSIC, DANCE AND THEATRE
"We are the music makers & we are the dreamers of dreams."
Today our lives are filled with limitations and rules. We at SJCS want our students to be free, to be able to express themselves in the form of Music, Dance and Theatre. Students exhibit their talent according to their interest. They are given a variety of instruments for their musical taste, open stage and talent shows to showcase their Dancing and Theatrical skills. Expert teachers guide students for their better performances.
The school is divided into 4 Houses and each student is allocated one house. Students are clubbed under four houses – Shiva (Green), Omkara (Pink), Neelkanth (Blue), Rudra (Red). They are divided to inculcate a healthy sense of competition and a spirit of cooperation as well as coordination in them. Inter house competitions in Quiz, Debate, Recitation, Speech, Creative Writing, Sports etc capitalise on the staunch loyalty and devotion exhibited by the participants keen to establish the supremacy of their house over the others. The school environment is electrified with charged emotions when academics take a back seat for a while to make way for thrilling experiences.
This is the club of young environmentalists. The Nature's Club members are zealous in their attempt to create a Green School and build awareness in environmental issues. The members take a pledge to respect nature and love the Earth through various activities.
A hub of young scientists. They have keen interests in learning by doing. Here the children are provided with opportunity for safe explorations.
The zone of Mathemagicians. They learn through games, puzzles and models and explore various number tricks and patterns.
The Quiz Club members organise various quizzes and audiovisual shows to keep themselves and others updated with latest happenings around and increase the general knowledge.
The members organise activities related to theatre and drama involving action and fun with the social message.
The club aims to develop the artistic sense in a child and further nurtures it by using different mediums such as clay, recycled products and paper. The members are given full freedom to express their creativity.
The objective of this club is to help children appreciate both English and Hindi Literature adopting a communicative approach. A sense of confidence is instilled in the child through various activities such as storytelling, debates, and role-play.