Co-Curricular

We believe that extracurricular activities play an integral role in the comprehensive development of the mind and body of an individual. Such an outlook if instilled early on in life goes a long way in ensuring a happy, healthy and successful future. Striving for excellence, team spirit, motivation, leadership, self-discipline and creativity is fostered through taking part in various co-curricular activities.

SPORTS
Students at Jiva stay mentally agile and physically fit through a number of sports activities engaging them throughout the year and especially during the Annual Sports Week celebrated in December. In addition to developing a competitive and team spirit, students also learn the importance of sportsmanship. The sports activities include:

  • Archery  
  • Badminton
  • Basket ball
  • Carom
  • Chess
  • Football
  • Karate
  • Skating
  • Table Tennis
  • Volleyball
  • Yoga

Culture
Regular cultural activities like song and dance competition, Sanskar Mela, fancy dress, theatre, clay modeling workshop, exhibitions enrich the curriculum at JPS. It is an experience to witness the enthusiasm, energy and youthful zeal of the students while taking part in such activities, which lends a definitive and firm foundation to their personalities.

Other Activities
To promote an all-around development, the school encourages students to participate in other extra-academic activities. The students have an option of enrolling for activities such as environmental awareness, quiz, creative writing, media, dance and so on. Innovative projects on Science & Technology are also conducted to implement the lessons learnt in the classroom, encourage the students to think differently and research on topics to increase their knowledge base.

Primary Wing : December Hands – on Activity

At Jiva, we emphasize on ‘Hands- on ‘ activities to develop some of the basic skills like kinesthetic, interpersonal, creativity etc. The children learn more by doing on their own. The students take part in these activities with great enthusiasm. It gives them real life experience also. It improves the ”Higher Order Thinking Skills” of the children.   Read More

Celebrations in Kindergarten

Kindergarten has a unique way of learning about colours. They recently celebrated ‘Red Day’ on 24th December by dressing up in red clothes and bringing foods red in colour to eat.   Read More

KG-Sports Day

The kids of Kindergarten got a chance to explore their gross motor skills through a series of competitions organised for them in the form of Sports Day on 17th December.Read More