Learning Beyond the Classroom

“Club activities provide a channel for reinforcing the lessons learned in the classroom, offering students the opportunity to apply academic skills in a real-world context, and are thus considered part of a well-rounded education.” Eileen O’Brien

School clubs create small communities. They attract people who share the same interests such as in music, arts, or sports. Club activities help students develop sense of unity and teamwork, learning how to work with others in reaching the same goals.

A Club Exhibition was conducted for the young learners of Class-I, II & III at SAI Angan on February 27, 2023, to provide students with an opportunity to take on leadership roles and showcase their talents through their club presentations. This club exhibition served as a community for the various club members to meet, mix & collaborate, discovering that they can actually be productive and successful in many other ways outside the classroom, further boosting their level of confidence and their sense of independence.

Students from various clubs ranging from Reflection Club, Different Strokes to Excelomatics & more put forth their presentations in the centrally located SAI Angan Atrium which acted as the perfect exhibition hub for exchange and strengthening of ideas and concepts beyond the classroom.

SAI Angan’s curriculum is designed to make learning less stressful for students without deterring the quality. Extracurriculars are a vital part of the syllabus. This club exhibition catered to a variety of interests of different club members, while making learning for students, a joyous affair.

1.Fostering Peer Learning: Whether students work on a single project or separately, they can all learn from one another during club activities. They are getting information not only from their teachers or club advisers, but also from their classmates and peers. They gain new perspectives while also learning the value of respecting another person’s point of view.

2.Discovering the value of unity: School clubs help to form small communities. They attract people who have similar interests, such as music, the arts, or sports & help students develop a sense of unity & teamwork by teaching them how to collaborate with others to achieve common goals.

3.Helping learners develop social skills: Clubs allow students to meet, mix, and collaborate with students from various backgrounds in a different setting. They are pushed out of their comfort zone and encouraged to interact with people with whom they are unfamiliar. Though their first meetings and activities may seem awkward, they will quickly form meaningful relationships and friendships, which is critical in the lives of younger children.

4.Shaping more confident & independent young learners: The club exhibition was instrumental in encouraging the students to assertively present their models & club presentations to their teachers as well as amidst their peers, instilling more confidence in them. This exposure also helped them to develop their critical and creative thinking skills which are integral to their future success.

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