Social Science

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has”.
Margaret Mead

Children are born into social studies. From birth, they begin exploring their world. At each stage of early development-infant, toddler, pre-school, primary and secondary children look around and try to make sense of their social and physical environments. They gradually learn about their expanding community and eventually come to see themselves as citizens.

At our school we strive to preserve the hallmarks of solid social studies so that students gain the requisite knowledge, skills and habits of mind to ‘do social studies’ every day, as we prepare them for college, careers and citizenship in our ever-changing interdependent global society.

School environment offers the best learning platform for the young citizens as they learn to make decisions about how to relate to other people, what to do in their free time, with whom to play, what books to read and how to conduct themselves socially.

Debates, class discussions, group discussions, maps studying , activities such as election campaigning, plantation of saplings, visits to museums, creative cartooning of historical facts, scrap book making, enactments and presentations etc., ignite the child’s socio-imaginative skills and enhance their ability to learn and bloom into competent self-directed citizens.