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Co-curricular Activities 

1.Spelling Competition: Spelling aids in reading! It helps cement the connection that is shared between sounds and letters. Research says that spelling, reading, writing and comprehension skills are all clo sely linked. A research study conducted by L.C. Ehri for “The Scientific Study of Reading found that spelling instructions improve reading ability. ESS expert teachers execute Spelling Competition. In spelling competition, contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words usually with a varying degree of difficulty. ’The ESS Spelling Competition’ involves some vocabulary questions in the earlier round, but the main focus is on the oral spelling. Competitors learn strategies like using root words, word origins. Students usually practise repetitively to win. Essentially, the students memorise hundreds if not thousands of words.

2.Impromptu Presentation: ESS highly believes in the motto/ slogun:”Learning through recreation”. Inpromptu speaking is a speech that one has to make without much or any time to prepare. In life , this can happen when we attend special events like wedding or celebrations. In this process. speaker is most commonly provided with their topic in the form of a quotation or of an object. ESS expert teachers use impromptu speeches as assignment to help prepare for those future life surprises!

Indoor School Activities

1.Cooking class: 

“ Food is our common ground, a universal experience”……… James Beard saying…. Aha… yes,’ A great truth!’

Cooking art or Culinary art is a programme designed as an introduction to the culinary environment. ESS uses a well- equipped kitchen-like classroom and equipped bistro as a learning laboratory. Cooking with children in school promotes life-time skills  of healthy cooking starting at a young age. ESS believes youth who lack healthy cooking knowledge may rely on packaged foods containing questionable value! Children tend to skip less healthy processed snacks if they know how to prepare their own food. While kneading, tossing, pouring, smelling, cutting, filling foods students have fun and learn!

In ESS cooking room, teachers usually  help students focusing  on the following :     (i)Basic  cooking method (ii) Safety and sanitation(iii) Menu creating and costing

(iv) Basic food preparation like sandwiches, milkshake, pan cake, burgers, fruit salad, pasta, custard etc.                                                                                                           ESS prompts to create future allrounders  keeping pace with trendy people all over the world… so cooking class is launched!

2.Music class: Wow! It’s relaxing time after much done with some tough classes!……because it’s fun music time! Musical training helps develop language and reasoning. ESS firmly believes that students who have early musical training will develop the areas of brain related to language and reasoning. Not only will music education allows children to develop their musical skills, it will also give them the opportunity to work on their math skills, reading and writing skills, science skill and history knowledge.


3.Origami making: ESS nourishes multi- cultured trend from different roots and origins. Origami is one of the examples of multi- cultured authenticity. Creative teachers’ team of ESS  makes the students practice the origami making. Origami means the Japanese art of folding paper into decorative shapes and figures. From ‘ori’meaning folding and ‘gami ’meaning paper come the word’Origami’.                    Traditionally, it was believed that if one folded 1000 origami cranes (in Japaneze language called senbazuru)one’s wish would come true! Origami has become a symbol of hope and healing  for ESSian during challenging times.

4.Wall Magazine: Every fortnight, the expert teachers team of ESS makes the students publish a wall magazine which is a periodic run on a notice board. In the wall magazine, students and other members of ESS can post their articles, poem, drawing, puzzles, riddles, recipes and other such compositions. These can also be in the form of collage giving a message. To express students’ creativity, ESS chooses wall magazine as a medium. It is utilized as a medium to increase interaction between students by having regular fortnight quizzes.

Outdoor School Activities

Scout Activities: In ESS,’ The Scout Movement’ also known as ‘ Scouting’, is practised as a voluntary non-political movement for young people open to all without distinction of gender, origin. race, or creed in accordance with the purpose principles method conceived by Lord Robert Baden Powell, a Lieutenant  General in the British army .Purpose of Scout movement in ESS is to contribute to the development of students in achieving their full physical, intellectual, emotional, social goal as responsible citizens. The Scout movement grew to encompass 3 major groups: Cub scout(Class II- V), Boy scout (Class VI- VIII), and Rover scout(Class IX- onwards).There are Scout Associations and branches in more than 216 countries and territories. Today, there are 25 million Scouts among whom ESS scouts are enlisted. One of the students of ESS, Aniruddho Baroi has been nominated for’Shapla Badge Award’. ESS in collaboration with Bangladesh Scout launched Scout programme in the year 2016.