Get in To Cherupushpa's Academic

The Academic Year starts in June and ends in March. All public holidays are holidays for the school. Termly holidays are given during declared dates. Please see the Calendar Section for details.


Co-curricular Activites

Co-curricular activities are activities that take place along with the academics and thus reinforce or supplement classroom curriculum in many ways. They are graded and offered to the academic credit, and will provide complementary learning of CC Activities. These activities take place outside/inside the traditional classroom.


  Co-curricular activities can provide students with a lot of interesting and important experiences.

  Allowing students to explore the strengths and talents along with the academics

  Helping students to develop stronger time-management and organizational skills

  Giving students the opportunity to build friendships and participate in group activities outside of the tight circle of the regular classroom

  Helping to build confidence and self-esteem

  Providing a way to keep students supervised beyond the school hours

  Channeling their energies in positive directions rather than towards drug abuse or crime

  Building skills that are not compulsorily taught in the classroom but are still important for the future

  Appearing good on a school transcript or college application for higher studies

  Co-curricular activities stimulate playing, acting, singing, recitation, speaking and narration skills in students.

  Activities like participation in games, debates, music, drama, etc., help in achieving the overall functioning of education.

  CCA enables the students to express themselves freely through debates.

  It helps to develop the spirit of healthy competition.

  These activities guide students on how to organize and present an activity, how to develop skills, how to co-operate and co-ordinate in different situations and thereby help in leadership qualities.

  It provides the avenues of socialization, self-identification, and self-assessment when the child comes in contact with organizers, fellow participants, teachers, and people outside the school during cultural activity.

  Inculcate the values to respects other’s views and feelings.

  It makes the child perfect in decision making.

  It develops a sense of belongingness.

  CCA provides motivation for learning.

  CCA develop physical, psychological, Ethical, academic, civic, social, aesthetic, cultural recreational and disciplinary values.