Co Curricular Activities

Extra-curricular activities help build character, develop critical thinking and improve social skills and talents. At Sherringwood, students learn to take responsibility and understand the importance of team work. With over 20 official student organizations including extra-curricular, co-curricular and athletic opportunities in addition to academics, Sherringwood students are active around and beyond campus. Few of the co curricular activities that we have strictly adhered in our curricula are

  • Messy Days
  • Field Trips
  • Family weeks
  • Experts visit
  • Screen time (Movie Days)
  • Skits, Role Plays and stage shows
  • The Annual Sports Meet
  • Carpe Diem (our renowned Annual Function)
  • Dance and Sports
  • Story-telling etc.
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Co-Curricular Development

  1. By this age, the child develops interest in an individual sport. We have full time trainers for Taekwondo, Chess, Swimming and Skating at our Campus. The students are given the choice to opt for their favorite sport. Rigorous training is then provided, so that they start to participate and bring laurels in district, state and national level competitions.
  2. We host two major events during a session-Annual Sports Meet and Carpe Diem, our Annual Function. Stage performance helps the children remove stage fear and it brings confidence in them. Our students enthusiastically participate in these mega events.
  3. Activities like elocution, object talk, class–wise conducting of assemblies, quizzes, newspaper reading and project work are a part of the co-curricular calendar.
  4. In these grades, we motivate students to read books based on their syllabus as well as world in general. They discover the treasure of reading in our Library section which boasts of myriad collection.
  5. Educational trips and local sight-seeing are arranged every month to enhance students’ interest in history, natural sciences and many more.