Students took keen interest in making greeting cards, doing pottery decoration and making colourful candles. They used techniques like marble texture, leaf and flower printing, block printing and blowing colors for making greeting cards to bring out a variety.
Teachers-in- charge: Mrs. Priya Kaur, Mr. Iraban.
The club focused on pottery, banner making and photo shop .It gave ample opportunity to young SIS potters to do wonders with their creative hands. Banner making was a new concept introduced as one of the activities of the club. Working on different techniques of photography was another area where students showed their hidden talent. With little guidance From Mr. Tuhin, they were able to refine upon what they already knew.
Teachers-in –charge: Pankaj Sharma and Mr.Tuhin
The students were given four computer related tasks to be completed in 16 days. It was a successful plan where the students learned to assemble hardware of personal computer; installing Operating System from a fresh hard disk; creating newsletter using MS Publisher and formatting and creating partitions on hard drives.
Teachers-in –charge: Sharad Agarwal and Jeevesh
Though not a popular club for boys, girls made the most of it. Students were taught book binding; envelope making; Origami; making bookmarks; understanding bar coding and collage making. The students showed their skills in creativity and proudly exhibited their creations.
Teachers-in –charge: Kamal Joshi, Vineeta Kothiyal and Pooja Singh
The students were given a taste of being part of School’s band learning drums for March Past, preparing complete band for National Anthem; learning skills on Keyboard; Guitar and Synthesizer.
Teachers-in –charge: Sumit, Ashford, Seema Sharma and Tulika
The students were introduced to different life skills; decision making, strategy planning; types of food and their nutrient value; first aid and different types of relaxing exercises. Not only the students showed immense interest but exhibited their newly acquired knowledge to fellow students as well.
Teachers-in –charge: Walter, Meena Singh and Vineet