When theoretical curriculum and co-curricular activities are integrated, your chance of learning more and exploring your strengths, interests, and abilities becomes higher. Therein lies the importance of co-curricular activities, which are supplementary to the theoretical curriculum.
It is true that much of a child’s intellectual development happens, to a great extent, in the classroom itself. However, other aspects of a child's personality, such as emotional and social skill development, are greatly influenced by co-curricular activities.Therefore, for the holistic development of a child, we cannot deny the key role and importance of co-curricular activities.
At Florence Academy, various co-curricular activities like, Kung Fu, Yoga, Dance, and Music are undertaken for the holistic development of the students. Such activities help in enhancing essential skills like logical and analytical thinking, critical and creative thinking, problem-solving, and leadership skills, while at the same time social and ethical values are developed among the children through co-curricular activities.