Hobbies

Junior (Std.III & IV)

Students of Std. III Std. IV can choose any of the following hobbies.


Yoga Yoga is a way of life. Here we emphasize upon the importance of the mind remaining calm because “only when the water is still can you see through it”. Through Yoga we also aim at curing a few chronic diseases in children and improving levels of concentration in all.

Light Music & Classical Music

Students in KSMS learn Indian Classical music and Light Music. Beginning with the sargam and the swarmalika children are introduced to the basic ragas. They sing compositions based on these ragas. Bhajans and other light classical compositions are some of the other things they practice.
Best out of Waste The importance of being creative by using waste materials is highlighted through Best out of Waste hobby classes. The creations made by the children are exhibited in our annual exhibition.
Dance

In India, dance and music pervade all aspects of life and bring colour, joy and gaiety to a number of festivals and ceremonies. In fact, dance and music are tied inextricably to festivity of any kind. India’s rich cultural heritage is introduced to the students through classical dance classes in order to give them a flavour of what India and Indian Dance form really is. At KSMS we believe in illuminating India's culture by playing on the sensibilities of the onlooker.
Karate

This hobby aims to provide each and every student with the necessary skills, knowledge and confidence to stand up and defend themselves or their loved ones. Students learn from instructors who have decades of experience. The instructors provide a positive and safe learning environment to all our students.
Recitation

The Recitation exercise helps introduce children to the world of poetry while giving them a poem they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. It forces them to search for a poem that's meaningful and exposes them to more poems as they search for their own.
Craft

The vast cultural tradition and ethnic diversity of India, has enabled a variety of crafts with different materials, motifs and techniques to flourish in this land. Indian crafts are known throughout the world for their work and grandeur. We make our students learn art and craft like painting, candle making, pin board display, flower making, wall hangings, Paper Decoration, glass painting etc.
Eco Club

The members of this club learn about the environment and its preservation. In keeping with the school's commitment to preserving a green environment, the children of this club aim to plant as many trees as possible in the adopted village and nearby areas.

Seniors (Std.V-VIII)

Students of Std. V to VIII, can choose any of the following hobbies.


Yoga Yoga is a way of life. Here we emphasize upon the importance of the mind remaining calm because “only when the water is still can you see through it”. Through Yoga we also aim at curing a few chronic diseases in children and improving levels of concentration in all.

Light Music & Classical Music

Students in KSMS learn Indian Classical music and Light Music. Beginning with the sargam and the swarmalika children are introduced to the basic ragas. They sing compositions based on these ragas. Bhajans and other light classical compositions are some of the other things they practice.
Best out of Waste The importance of being creative by using waste materials is highlighted through Best out of Waste hobby classes. The creations made by the children are exhibited in our annual exhibition.
Dance Bharatnatyam & Kathak

Bharatanatyam, whose antiquity is well established, is the most popular of Indian dances. Bharatanatyam is a purest form of classical dance from South where as Kathak is another from North. This dance form traces its origins to the nomadic bards of ancient northern India known as Kathakaris, or story tellers.
Tabla

The Tabla is an Indian percussion instrument, which dates back to the times of Persian Muslims. Actually, Tabla forms a major instrument of Indian music. The instrument used to be the part of Classical and Hindustani music, but today it is adding to the flavor of every kind of music, especially jazz. Beats of the Tabla drums can be heard notably in the music of India.

Recitation



The Recitation exercise helps introduce children to the world of poetry while giving them a poem they can carry with them for the rest of their lives. It forces them to search for a poem that's meaningful and exposes them to more poems as they search for their own.

Craft/ Cutting & Tailoring



The vast cultural tradition and ethnic diversity of India, has enabled a variety of crafts with different materials, motifs and techniques to flourish in this land. Indian crafts are known throughout the world for their work and grandeur. We make our students learn art and craft like painting, candle making, pin board display, flower making, wall hangings, Paper Decoration, glass painting etc.
Eco Club

The members of this club learn about the environment and its preservation. In keeping with the school's commitment to preserving a green environment, the children of this club aim to plant as many trees as possible in the adopted village and nearby areas.
Drawing & Painting

Drawing is the single most accessible form of art available. Drawing is one of the most important activities students can do. It not only provides the basis for other creative activities - like painting, sculpture and printmaking - but also a direct link with reading, writing and especially mathematics. The connection between drawing and geometric shapes and measurements simply cannot be denied. All you need (to begin with), is a pencil and a sheet of paper.

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