We Christopher’s Academy conduct science club on every alternate thursdays in our school.

Aims and objectives of the science club:
  1. we make our students experiment with what they learn in class so that they can experience the real flavour of science.
  2. Through activities of a science club, learning of science becomes joyful.
  3. A properly organised science club will be a valuable aid for teaching science and also means of motivating the children for learning science
  4. Science club plays a vital role in encouraging problem solving skills in pupils.
  5. 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.

  1. Encourage a positive attitude towards mathematics.
  2. Stimulate mathematical curiosity.
  3. Promote cross-curricular thinking and the holistic development of pupils.
  4. Study maths beyond the classroom and allow pupils to see maths as an integral part of their lives.
  5. 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
  1. Place value blocks
  2. Shapes
  3. Fraction
  4. Number names
  5. Arranging the objects from longest to shortest
  6. Puzzles
  7. Games
  8. Abacus
  9. Match stick activities, etc.