The programme is run by the enrichment programme department and offers a range of activities which change regularly according to academic demand and curriculum requirements.

Non-academic disciplines like music, dance, painting, cooking, clay modeling and training in chess, cricket, yoga, karate, basketball, football etc. make up the co-curricular activities. If children are left to learn different disciplines within the school hours, little will be achieved.

Our Green Agenda

The ISB has been committed to an ambitious environmental agenda and Our Commitment to a Greener Campus is a core value – one that is both embedded in our curriculum, and embodied in our organisational practice. One way in which we demonstrate our commitment to that value is through continuous Green Campus improvements, conserve natural resources, and protect greenery at our School.

Art and Craft

Art and Craft gives the children yet another venue to broaden their horizons. Our skilled teachers provide guidance, direction and opportunity in engaging students in a number of fun filled, interesting activities.

Social Work

School social workers are a vital part of the total education team. Working in collaboration with other groups also trains the child on the importance of working in teams. It helps him connect with others to understand their problems. It teaches him to be committed to the pursuit of social justice. In addition to our students, we also hope, parents will come forward to help out in our social work projects.

These activity programs are truly beneficial to each student and help to:

  • Develop a student’s full potential
  • Increase social awareness, social skills, group responsibility and empathy
  • Foster individual talents and interests
  • Supplement the curriculum offered during the school day
  • Identify each student’s strengths and interests which lie outside the normal taught curriculum
Public Speaking

In the highly competitive world of today children need to learn to be better communicators. Introducing them to public speaking from an early age gives them an advantage. Here they learn the art of expressing opinions on a series of topics, so as to tone their oral language skills through diction, voice modulation etc. in addition, other similar activities can also be taken up side by side to make them even better communicators. Some such activities are:

  • Extempore
  • Debates
  • Elocution

Creative Writing

School social workers are a vital part of the total education team. Working in collaboration with other groups also trains the child on the importance of working in teams. It helps him connect with others to understand their problems. It teaches him to be committed to the pursuit of social justice. In addition to our students, we also hope, parents will come forward to help out in our social work projects.