One of the primary objectives of Christwood, as its logo signifies would be to engage children in healthy physical and other activities. Activities in Christwood would spread over a range structured under
The physical well-being of every student is important in Christwood. Hence, physical education is a vital part of the school’s curriculum. There is an abundance of space and equipment for play for students of various ages.
Life Skills & Value Education
Through imparting values and life skills to our students we seek to shape and hone secure, loved, confident and independent young individuals. These classes prepare the students to face moral dilemmas, and also equip them with excellent skills to communicate and take the initiative toward action.
All students are encouraged to participate in activities outside of academics twice a week after school. The school currently offers sports and instrumental training in football, basketball, volleyball, archery, athletics, violin, recorder and guitar.
Drawing & Painting
Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW):
Christwood introduced two programs, Carpentry and Embroidery as part of Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW). Both are crafts which require skill, precision and aesthetics. Trained young, these will be very handy in their adult life. Certainly Carpentry and Embroidery are two significant Socially Useful Productive Work children should be trained in.
Grade 7 students have been initiated into the basics of Carpentry like measurement, marking, sawing, nailing and drilling, while the embroidery kids have picked up various stitches – running, stem, back, satin, split lazy daisy, chain, French knots and Romanian knots. Both are ready to take off on small projects.