Knowing that academic success and medals are not the end in a child’s life, Lingua Private High School also focuses on co-curricular and character development, service learning and socio-emotional learning. Each pupil is expected to take part in a certain number of sporting and cultural activities. This means that each pupil has to do at least a club and a sport. Tutors monitor the progress of their tutees and ensure that they are adhering to what is expected of them.
The focal point of cultural activities is to develop the life skills of students and meet their interests. In a way, they improve the pupils’ general knowledge and allow them to explore new ventures and avenues. They broaden their horizons and help the youngsters to think outside the box. The list of benefits is endless.
Both the parents and teachers play significant roles, in providing a conducive learning environment for the holistic education of our students, in a serene environment, far from the hustle and bustle of town life.
Co-curricular activities refers to activities, programs,
and learning experiences that complement, in some way, what students are
learning in school—i.e., the experiences that are connected to or mirror the
academic curriculum. Co-curricular activities facilitate in the development of
various domains of mind and personality such as intellectual development,
emotional development, social development, moral development and aesthetic
development. These are the very important parts and parcel of Lingua Private
High School, to develop the students’ personality as well as to strengthen the
classroom learning. To a greater extent, theoretical knowledge is strengthened
when a relevant co-curricular activity is organized related to the content
taught in the classroom. Intellectual aspects of personality are solely accomplished
by classroom, while aesthetic development, character building, spiritual
growth, physical growth, moral values, creativity, etc. are supported by
co-curricular activities. So co-curricular activities add value to the already
existing academic curriculum.