Co-curricular activities (CCAs) are non-academic activities that all TCIS students must participate in. This policy is introduced by the TCIS as a means to enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy recreation, self-discipline and self-confidence.
There are plethora of extracurricular activities that are provided by our school. They are extremely beneficial to develop leadership qualities like working as team, communication skills, time management, involve in diverse interests, making contributions, making relationships and raising self-esteem. There are many students that feel worthless or that there is nothing they are good at. Teens struggle with self-esteem, and these activities are a way that they can build self-esteem. Everyone wants to find something that they are really good at, and CCA provide them with a way that they can get involved in something and really shine, giving their self-esteem a boost. In various international universities CCA records are considered by potential employers.
At our Primary (age group 5 – 11 years) we have CCA and as the student grow we will plan to have more like sports clubs (Chess club, Table tennis club, carom club, etc) and several leagues (Mathematic league, Science league etc in our school).
Presently every day students get one hour time to get involved into various activities. On Saturdays we organize championships in various CCA for two different age groups under 7 and under 11 including Drawing, Essay, Speech, Poetry, Recitation and Story telling
Chess, Carom, table tennis and Running
For the Secondary programs we would like to have more Co-curricular like Debates, Drama, Social journalism, and Reading.