Science labs can be among the richest experiences students have at school. It is one of the few opportunities students will have to practice science much in the way professionals do. Often, though, labs are presented as mere recipes in which students follow precise instructions to arrive at a conclusion whose importance is not clear. In order for labs to be effective, students need to understand not only how to do the experiment, but why the experiment is worth doing, and what purpose it serves for better understanding a concept, relationship, or process. And our extremely efficient Science Department makes every possible effort to achieve this very purpose.
Our computer lab is a cluster of computers that is networked and available for use by the students of both the Primary as well as by the Secondary.
Our library is an organized collection of resources made accessible to the students for reference or borrowing.
The library provides a quiet area for studying, and also offers a common area to facilitate group study and collaboration. It is an educational agency seeking to acquaint the young with the world’s literature and to cultivate a love for reading. It houses a host of encyclopedias, novels, books on science and learning, biographies, autobiographies; books on art and cookery, home remedies and religious beliefs; newspapers and magazines.