Activities

Art

The arts allow kids to express themselves better than math or science. As the Washington Post says, In an arts program, your child will be asked to recite a monologue in 6 different ways, create a painting that represents a memory, or compose a new rhythm to enhance a piece of music. If children have practice thinking creatively, it will come naturally to them now and in their future career. At SVA we provide optimum environment for the kids to explore their creativity.
 

Music

Whether your child is the next Beyonce or more likely to sing her solos in the shower, she is bound to benefit from some form of music education. Research shows that learning the sa-re-ga can help children excel in ways beyond the basic ABCs. Research has found that learning music facilitates learning other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. At SVA students learn to play various musical instruments along with vocal music.
 

Dance

Academics are a sole focus when a child enters a new school year. Whether it’s mathematics, language arts, science or social studies, this is what a student is required to eat, sleep and breathe on a daily basis. How can someone express themselves in other ways outside of a classroom? The simplest answer is dance. At SVA students are trained at various dance movements on various themes.
 

Work Experience

In order to impart to our students various life skills, many activities are brought together under the banner of work experience. Pot painting, fabric painting , printing , metal embossing , painting, paper craft, flower making, collages, simple cooking, working with needle and thread, tie and dye, clay modeling, candle making are some things enthusiastically taught & learnt.
 

Sports

Only a strong body can have a strong mind. Among provisions for the development of the body, SVA has good sports infrastructure. In addition to Mass P.T., swimming, skating, athletics, aerobics & yoga, games like table tennis, cricket, throw ball, basket ball, kabaddi, kho-kho, etc. are conducted.