Life Skills Programme


The main motive of dance is joy. Dance promotes fitness for a lifetime. It helps in building a child’s confidence and self esteem. It creates a healthy environment in which students express their feelings in a productive manner, while learning to control their emotions. Dance is basically a conversation between body and soul Students not only gain and expand their physical flexibility, but they also learn mentally to control their energy and bodies in their full range of motions.
– Dancing develops neuro muscles which helps in further developing cognitive skills.
– Dancing improves listening skills in children and it also develops confidence of the children. Dancing develops neuro muscles which helps in further developing cognitive skills.


Music is an integral part of human life. It is a wonderful way to address the many needs of children because music is nonjudgmental. It helps to encourage the ability of a child to listen and thus helps him to concentrate. Through music, children learn to hear, tempos, dynamics and melodies. Listening for loud and soft, up and down, fast and slow encourages auditory development in the brain. Music and movement go together. Children naturally respond to music by moving and being active. It helps children learn about rhythm and develop motor. It relieves stress.Singing together creates a feeling of safety and makes learning in a classroom much easier. It encourages creativity in children. Moreover music also assists to develop a child’s language skills.
– Children learn new words and expressions with the help of music.
– Children, especially small children, really like music. They relate to it as entertainment and learn so many things like rhymes,songs etc.