Fine Artsinculcate values and discipline through proper channelization of emotions and energies. Every child has different kinds of interests which they might not understand until they endeavor it and this is the reason why we have raised state-of-the-art Studios, namely: painting, sculpture, music and poetry, performing arts which includes theatre and dance. At Manthan, Fine Arts also includes additional forms, such as film, photography, design, craft and conceptual art.
Sports do not build character. They reveal it. John Wooden
Physical exercise is good for mind, body and spirit. Team sports are good for learning accountability, dedication, and leadership, among many other traits. Sports plays a primarily positive role in youth development, including improved academic achievement and higher self-esteem.
At Manthan, children have the access to all the sports arena,namely: indoor gymnastics, billiards, table tennis, badminton, gymnasium, skating rink,hoops arena ,basket ball,lawn tennis, athletics, soccer and cricket practice nets.
Library being a storehouse of knowledge occupies a very important place in school. At Manthan, the spatial library is equipped with a huge range of books, journals, newspapers and magazines on various subjects and disciplines. In addition to traditional library, the digital library is being provided to support the school curriculum and make learning a rewarding experience.
We ensure that the projects and activities designed go beyond the domains of textbooks where the learner is interested to inquire and motivated to gain knowledge through independent research and study. And to assist children in their wholesome learning, Manthan has different laboratories for all subjects such as Geography, Maths, Science and Computers.
Manthan has created self contained space where students are engaged independently or with the teachers for self directed and guided activities called Subject Studios. The Subject Studios approach focuses on student autonomy and learning style by giving each student an opportunity to explore his learning environment hands-on in a developmentally appropriate classroom. The space is interactive in nature and is not confine to four walls. Teachers act as facilitators, providing materials and guidance, as well as planning, discussion, activities, demonstrations and reviews.