Signature Programmes

Annual Assembly 
Annual Assembly is conducted annually for each grade from Preschool to Grade VII. It is a spectacular event for parents where students present different curriculum-based performances on various themes and topics, such as environmental issues, cultural diversity, historical events, etc. The programme’s speciality is that each student participates in the performances presented in the Annual Assembly, showcasing their skills and talents in singing, dancing, acting, reciting, and more. Each student’s participation in the programme not only develops their confidence but also inculcates the team spirit. They understand at a very young age that it takes the effort of every member of the class to make the event successful.  

Science Exhibition 
Science exhibition is held every year in which students from STEAM Robotics Club and Tech Tribe Club present the projects and models prepared throughout the year. The science exhibition fosters the students’ curiosity, creativity, and problem-solving skills as they explore various aspects of science, technology, and engineering. The projects and models that the students prepare demonstrate scientific concepts, principles, or phenomena, such as renewable energy, robotics, biotechnology, etc. 

Art Exhibition 
Art and Craft class is a compulsory ECA for the students of Grades I-VIII. Moreover, the Art and Craft Club is also there for students with a keen interest in art. In art class, students learn different forms of art like the use of different types of colours, glass painting, wood carving, clay work, etc. Art and craft enhance the students’ aesthetic sense, expression, and imagination, as they create various artworks that reflect their individuality, interests, or perspectives. In the art exhibition that is held at the end of the academic year, different artworks of all the students are displayed. It is always a proud moment for the students when they get much praise from their parents and other visitors for the artwork done by them. 

Sports Day 
Sports Day is a much-awaited event. Various sports events are held for students of all grades, such as track and field, team games, individual games, etc. Each student is encouraged to participate in the sports events that suit their abilities and preferences. The sports events challenge the students’ physical and mental fitness, as they compete in activities such as running, jumping, throwing, kicking, etc. Sports Day develops the spirit of sportsmanship in students, which contributes to shaping their personalities and can face challenges. 

Model United Nations 
Model United Nations is a simulating activity of the real United Nations. Students from Grades VIII, IX and X participate in this event. Participating students represent different nations and discuss world problems. Before the event, the students prepare and research on the assigned topics and countries, such as human rights, climate change, peace and security, etc. During the event, the students debate and negotiate with other delegates, following the rules and procedures of the UN. After much debate and discussion, they mutually prepare a resolution that offers the solutions. This activity increases the awareness of global issues and develops public speaking and leadership skills in students. Young adolescent students learn to think critically about the problems. 

School Carnival 
School Carnival is a fun-filled, exhilarating event. This event is organized only for students during school hours. The purpose of the school carnival is to provide a break from the academic routine and a chance to have fun and relax. The school carnival has a lot of fun games, food stalls, live music, and many more exciting activities that the students enjoy. The fun games include ring toss, balloon burst, dart throw, etc. The food stalls offer delicious snacks and drinks, such as popcorn, cotton candy, lemonade, etc. The live music features the school band and choir, who perform various songs and tunes. The school carnival also has other attractions, such as zip line, face painting, and photo booth. It is a special event for the students as they spend their day enjoying with their friends and teachers. 

International Children’s Theatre Festival 
Engaging in theatre performances is a powerful avenue for students to showcase their talents and foster creativity. Matribhumi School believes in the transformative power of theatre, promoting teamwork and building confidence among our students.

Matribhumi School takes pride in hosting the International Children’s Theatre Festival, celebrating creativity and cultural exchange. Our festival brings together schools and theatre groups from diverse countries, including India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, and Pakistan.

Our festival allows schools and theatre groups to share their unique perspectives through captivating performances. By inviting participants from various countries, we create an enriching experience that offers a taste of different societies and cultures.

Social Service 
Young students are engaged in different social service activities to instil a sense of responsibility towards their community and society. The social service activities involve the students in different communities and social causes, such as education, health, environment, etc. Some examples of the social service activities that the students participate in are: 

  • Grade III students who learn about the Community in their Social Studies curriculum collect stationery items from their class and other students. Then they visit the community school located in the same locality as our school and donate the collected stationery items. They also interact with them and help them in cleaning their school. With this activity, they learn to share things with the less privileged children and appreciate their resources. 
  • Grade VI students visit a community school every year and interact with Grade VI students of that school. During their interaction, our students share the teaching methods and tools used in their classes, the job chart, classroom rules set up by the students, book reviews etc. They also learn how classes are conducted in the community school, where the students have limited access to technology and facilities. This activity helps the students to exchange knowledge and experiences and develop mutual respect and understanding. 
  • Grade IX students volunteer at an old age home and assist the staff and elders in various tasks, such as cleaning, distributing, organising, etc. They also spend time with the elderly residents staying in the old age home and entertain them with stories, games, songs, etc. This activity enables the students to serve the people in need and develop empathy and compassion. 

Apart from these curriculum-based social service activities, all the students are encouraged to participate in different social service activities, such as blood donation, tree plantation, fund-raising, etc. These activities help the students to become responsible and caring citizens of the world.