Extra Curricular Programmes
Preparing the Whole Child for the Whole World
Even though GEMS managed schools consistently attain high standards of academic achievement, proven by external examination results well above national averages, we know that providing what children need to become exceptional adults requires more than just academics.
GEMS schools embrace a philosophy of preparing the whole child for the whole world, and this unique perspective to education provides opportunities for students to develop their potential.
Parents and other members of the community are invited to witness a whole gamut of events showcasing the diverse talents of our pupils. Events that parents and students look forward to at The Millennium School are The Annual Prize Day celebrations, Sports Day celebrations, The Inter School Elocution Competition for Boys, The Swimming Gala, The Fancy Dress Competition along with a lot of Inter House Competitions.
Extending education beyond the confines of the classroom, the school cultivates in students the values of team spirit, discipline and healthy competition through a variety of sports activities.
The school offers a well-balanced programme of sports and physical education. Special coaching is offered in a variety of games and sports activities.
On-campus facilities include an excellent indoor auditorium, two basketball courts, a tennis court, a football field and two swimming pools. Our sporting facilities also include a separate covered activity area for students of the Primary School.
There are a selection of physical activities offered including:
Students who opt for electronic keyboard and theory of music under the syllabus of Trinity College of Music, London receive specialised training.
The Self Enhancement Programme
Our afternoon self enhancement programme is an enriching experience for our students. Special care is taken to ensure that the needs of individual students are met. In the 'prep' session, pupils are encouraged to complete their assignments under the superviison of teachers.
Students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of clubs such as Art & Craft, Clay Modelling, Design Appreciation, Computronix, Robotics, Modern Dance, Science Club, Gymnastics, Yoga, Karate, Aerobics, Elocution, Quiz, Creative Writing, Debate, Dramatics, French Club and Instrumental Music.
The Self Enhacement Programme also offers an exciting variety of games like Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Throwball, Tennis, Table Tennis, Badminton, Cricket and Swimming.
Every student is encouraged to develop his or her talent and potential through these activities.
Spring, summer, autumn and winter symbolic of the constant process of change, are the names of the four houses.
The system functions with teachers monitoring their respective houses.Each house has a House Captain. The investiture ceremony which symbolises their formal appointment is a solemn ceremony held in the first month of the academic year.
These prefects lead by example take on their mantle of responsibilities seriously and diligently believing us as we do that this is a preparation for future leadership roles.