Science Activity Centre
The crucial role of experiments in school science curriculum is universally accepted. A good science curriculum must
not only give balanced emphasis to both theory and experiments but also integrate these two essential and complementary
aspects of science in the teaching-learning process. Modern science, as we all know, is the result of a creative interplay
of experiments, observations and theoretical inference.The school has well equipped Science laboratories to involve children
of the school in Science - related practical work, we try to provide opportunities for the children
- To work on their own and acquire confidence in handling tools and materials.
- To carry out for themselves simple, improvised experiments - using easily available, inexpensive material - in order
to illustrate the facts/laws of science which they study in their theory classes.
- To develop their skills of careful observation.
- To develop skills of systematic and precise recording.
- To develop other skills like measurement, estimation, classification, enquiry - obtaining and using information from a
variety of sources, communicating and applying the knowledge learnt to other situations.