We Christopher’s Academy conduct science club on every alternate thursdays in our school.
Aims and objectives of the science club:
- we make our students experiment with what they learn in class so that they can experience the real flavour of science.
- Through activities of a science club, learning of science becomes joyful.
- A properly organised science club will be a valuable aid for teaching science and also means of motivating the children for learning science
- Science club plays a vital role in encouraging problem solving skills in pupils.
- It will provide practical knowledge of the subject.
Maths clubs raise the profile of maths as a subject, they increase engagement and show children that maths can be playful, exciting and full of wonder. Holding a weekly maths club lets us take off our curriculum jacket and work more informally with children while engaging them in a variety of activities for mathematical sense-making.
- Encourage a positive attitude towards mathematics.
- Stimulate mathematical curiosity.
- Promote cross-curricular thinking and the holistic development of pupils.
- Study maths beyond the classroom and allow pupils to see maths as an integral part of their lives.
- Develop a healthy interest in mathematics as a source of interest and achievement.
The following are the few topics which we did in maths club
- Place value blocks
- Number names
- Arranging the objects from longest to shortest
- Match stick activities, etc.