Make independent decisions guided by the
elements/principles of art
Develop technical skills, select
materials/tools/media to serve creative intent
Create, observe, explore, identify and discuss
artistic concepts connecting to a theme and/or
various world cultures.
Our library has a large collection of books in various genres. Students are given many opportunities to go to the library and read. Borrowing books of their choice and talking about them is something that they really enjoy the most.
The collection includes: Interviews, diaries, letters, journals, speeches, autobiographies, and witness statements
Original hand-written manuscripts Art, photographs, films, maps, fiction, and music
Newspaper and magazine clippings Artifacts, buildings, furniture, and clothing
Maintaining tone, pitch, rhythm, tempo and dynamics while playing Guitar or Keyboard are the foremost criteria we follow. Our students use these instruments to create and perform music. We enable them to create, demonstrate, interpret and discuss musical ideas such as melody, rhythm, harmony, form and style from various world cultures for a specific purpose.
Very truly stated by India Today, that “Dance is a holistic exercise that builds one's mind and body. Adding dance to academics is not a diversion or disturbance but can actually make students better in life. Dancing is a blend of art and exercise which connects the mind and body, and makes one sharper and stronger.
Though dance had long been seen by parents only as a co-curricular addition something that the child stops learning or practicing in higher classes the spurt of dance movies and new age career options. Dance is a complete bustle for the mind, body and the soul. It aligns all these, and the participants are then more aware of their strength and weaknesses giving them an opportunity to identify them and work on them.
An auditorium is the right place for any social, cultural, and educational activity in a school. An auditorium is also known as an assembly hall. It is an essential part of a school as it has multiple uses to organize celebrations and recreational activities.
At NGS, auditorium is an important gathering place for everything from routine announcements to special performances.
Primary sources can include:
Interviews, diaries, letters, journals, speeches,
autobiographies, and witness statements
Original hand-written manuscripts
Art, photographs, films, maps, fiction, and
Newspaper and magazine clippings
Artifacts, buildings, furniture, and clothing
Perform basic motor and manipulative skills and movement patterns Show competence in a variety of physical activities.
Demonstrate safe and responsible personal and social behavior.