The Classrooms in our School are workshops for learning. They foster a positive learning environment that is warm and inviting as well as functional. The classrooms have been designed, keeping in mind Steele’s six functions of a classroom: security and shelter, social contact, promotes symbolic identification, task instrumentality, pleasure, and growth. The classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art audio-visual facilities. They are spacious and have an extensive display area for the students own work which increases collaboration among the students.


The 11th and 12th students have free access to the systems and are encouraged to exploit the system resources and in this, highly experienced and talented computer teachers and a lab assistant to support them.


‘Learning by doing’. This is exactly what is followed at all the labs at our school. The physics, chemistry biology labs and the junior science labs are equipped with modern devices and are child friendly. Children get regular exposure to the science lab for the better understanding of the concepts through observation, experimentation and demonstration.


“The true University of these days is a collection of Books” -Carlyle.
The Library has about 5540 volumes of Reference and Text books and 15Periodicals. It offers Open system access. The students are issued with tokens and permitted to keep two books at a time for a period of one week for their reference. The students and staff members are encouraged to utilize the library effectively.


Special audio-visual presentations are arranged related to the concepts which lead to quick and better retention of concepts in children. It is also equipped with projector and a white board which help the students to explore visual presentation on various topics. It is also an attempt to describe the concept visually and is a very useful re- enforcement technique for the topics covered in the classroom.