Arts – Performing arts & Visual Arts

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Arts – Performing arts & Visual Arts

Arts – Performing arts & Visual Arts

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Arts – Performing arts & Visual Arts

ECAYLP (Extra Curricular Activities Year Long Programme)

Every child is unique and imbibed with an inherent talent and the best way to showcase this talent is, undoubtedly through a platform called ECAYLP. At GGV, ECAYLP henceforth becomes a mandatory part of the school curriculum and a continuous process – on year–long basis as the title suggests and aims to enhance the overall development of the student community as a whole. The ECAYLP programme initiated received a wondrous response from parents. The state-of-the-art infrastructure at the ECA YLP created with an aesthetic sense, kindles the inherent talents of students and molds them into artisans. “Small opportunities are often the beginning of great enterprises”. Therefore, the school offers Extra Curricular Activities to bring out the talents in the students and create an edge for themselves. The school as ‘Perfect Educators’, gives conscious progressive training, instils competitive spirit and enhances the knowledge of the inquisitive minds thereby enabling them to face challenges at the global level.

Yoga

Physical health and fitness are required for the mental, emotional and intellectual growth of students. They are more alert, more balanced, more creative and more productive.

Yoga is given prime importance in the school curriculum. Students are trained by experts and plenty of opportunities are given for Inter and intra-school competitions.

Chess

The benefits of teaching Chess to kids and integrating it into the educational curriculum extend far beyond academic capabilities.

Chess students learn to analyze, plan and perform, both over the board and in real life. The children learn how to concentrate, how to think ahead, how to solve complex problems, and how to make difficult decisions – all valuable life skills.

Dance (Classical and Western)

The school gives the learners a chance to immerse themselves in the flavours of various dance forms.

The learners are taught basic dance steps as well as sophisticated classical moves ranging from Bharat Natyam and Kathak to Free Style, Folk, Jazz, Hip Hop & Latin Salsa.

They also participate in various school events which further nurtures their dance aesthetics. Presentation of fusion and contemporary dances is a regular feature at the school.

Music

It is believed that when children are exposed to music, especially when they are toddlers or even before they are born, it has a deep impact on their cerebral cortex region.

It creates neuron pathways in the brain making them understand the world and language in a faster and easier.

Music is an extremely critical subject at schools as it leads to better brain development, increases human connection, improves grades, helps to socialise, and even lowers stress levels.

Drawing

Drawing plays a big role in our cognitive development. It can help us learn to write and think creatively, develop hand-eye co-ordination, analytic skills, and conceptualise ideas. But drawing is rarely used as a tool for learning in schools.

Taekwondo

Taekwondo develops your child’s athletic abilities and self-awareness and improves the child’s capabilities in self-defense.

Taekwondo emphasizes moral development as well. Children learn respect for themselves and others, heightened concentration, and increased self-discipline and self-restraint.

Archery

Archery improves mental toughness. Archers not only need physical strength but also mental strength.

Just by practicing archery, young archers will learn patience, focus, and self-motivation.

Archers not only need physical strength, but also mental strength. Just by practicing archery, young archers will learn patience, focus, and self-motivation.