children learn everything from a class room? Are classrooms able to simulate
real life situations so children learn from them? Sadly the answer is no. Class
room education needs to be supplemented with Co- Curricular Activities or CCA. These co-curricular activities are organized
to propel students’ emotional, social and moral development which otherwise are
limited in a classroom setting to group work.
Litera Zee School has diversified into various domains to enrich the student learning
and student engagement. Domains like sports activities, NCC, field trips are
some of the co-curricular activities (CCA) which are emphasized to complement
and supplement the academic curriculum taught in the classrooms.
of Co-curricular Activities for school children:
values of cooperation, sense of belonging, respect others views and feelings,
collaborate for team work.
motivates learning as opportunities for out of the box thinking are encouraged.
express their thoughts and opinions without the fear of being graded.
their psychological, civic, ethical and social understanding.
skills like decision making, self-esteem, leadership abilities and
identifying child’s abilities and potential and showcase their talents like
singing, speaking, drawing, dramatic skills.
child to introspect their actions and thoughts to develop required
socialization and emotional balance.
and encourage peer learning.
our Academic Consultant for Pre-Primary section of all MLZS schools has a vast
amount of experience in this field. What she has routinely observed in children
when they are outside the classroom will astonish you.
awareness: Co curricular activities promote interests and awareness in an
with classroom education: Children have an amazing ability to interlink co
curricular activities with text book education. You will be surprised at how
quick they are to find cross references and links.
development: The true personality of every child emerges when he is taken out
of the classroom.
of ownership: Belonging to a club increases a sense of ownership and
brotherhood among the members of that particular group. Young minds are then
encouraged to dig deeper in the given field and gain specialized knowledge
finally, having fun is good for the brain! Co-curricular activities and clubs
are a great way for children to have fun and learn at the same time. Something,
that can never be replaced by classroom education.