We are committed to instilling the concept of sustainability in our staff and students. Two key aspects of our curriculum are to generate solar energy and recycle domestic waste.
Students are encouraged to explore these concepts via appropriate projects. As a school we aim to continually reduce our dependence on energy generated from fossil fuels by using low energy – rating equipment and increasing the generation of onsite solar power. Students explore the concept of solar cells and storage of energy via hands on experience in our labs and also take up projects to streamline waste generated at the school and carry out composting / vermicomposting of biodegradable materials and recycling of other non-degradable waste.
Our School has the blueprint of a botanical garden and work on this will begin soon.
The garden and the green – house will provide children with an environment to experience the magnificence and vast variation in trees, plants and herbs. Children are encouraged to explore the growth of a plant from a seed, and undertake its care and to learn about water, soil, flora and fauna in nature and our dependence on them.
Children learn to use the compost from household waste in the school bio composting plant and in turn understand its value in providing nutrition for plants.