The very first lesson in the school is about colours. Students are explained the difference between primary and secondary colours. To draw home the point, the school celebrates Colour Day. Each classroom adorns a particular colour for a day – students carry to school articles of a particular colour and also adhere to a colour-specific dress code
During the academic year, a collective birthday celebration is held for all the students. The teachers decorate the school with balloons lending a festive atmosphere. Students are treated to a feast followed by joy rides and puppet show or magic show. All in all, this is the day when every child is made to feel special. After a formal photo session with the class teachers, students carry away small tokens as gifts. This way, children from poor families also get to celebrate their birthdays along with the others.
Students’ development is also sought to be done through various activities including cultural activities. During the period of one year, the teachers ensure that each child take stage at least once – either to narrate a story, sing a song or perform a dance or make simple presentation of his/her skill.