Co-Curricular / Work Education

Work Education

Work education forms an indispensible part of the school curriculum. At Shalom Hills it refers to meaningful and purposeful manual work organized as integral part of learning process, resulting in either goods or services, useful for community.

Work Education Report


Download the Work Education Report for the year 2012-13

At Shalom Hills we offer following programmes under work education/ skill clubs/ society:

  1. MUN & Debating Society
  2. Performing Arts Society
  3. Music Society
  4. Art Society
  5. Literary Club
  6. Quizzing Society
  7. Eco club
  8. Indian vocal
  9. Orchestra- Junior & Senior
  10. Junior School Band
  11. Indian Folk dance
  12. Western Dance
  13. Skating
  14. Young Artists
  15. Clay Modelling/ Sculpture
  16. Paper recycling
  17. Football
  18. Cricket
  19. Basketball
  20. Computer Club
  21. Aerobics
  22. Theatre
  23. Chess
  24. Astronomy
  25. Robotics
  26. Ramanujan club
  27. Abdul Kalam science club
  28. Budding Chefs
  29. Junior Einstein
  30. Calligraphy club





  • Work-Education
  • Work-Education

Physical facility, trained staff, well developed curriculum are present throughout the year for the smooth conduct of work education programme in the school. The course is delivered through a variety of instructional methods and tools. Workshops, training sessions, industrial visit, camps, community involvement, tie ups with NGO, collaboration with outside resources, and guidance from experts are important features of this programme.

Objectives

  • To acquaint students with productive and socially useful activities in community
  • To know about tools and equipment necessary for production of goods in community
  • To understand the process of planning and organizing work
  • To understand the need for skill based and technologically advanced society
  • To develop skill for greater productivity and application of problem
  • To develop respect for manual work
  • To understand dignity of work
  • To inculcate socially desirable values like self-reliance, helpfulness, tolerance etc.
  • To develop awareness about socio economic problems and society

Evaluation of work education

Evaluation is done with reference to teaching experience and learning objectives. Various tools and techniques are used for evaluation. The process as well as product is also considered for evaluation. Various evaluation tools like observation, feedback form, group discussion, written test, report, practical exercises, and checklist are used for the same.

The goods produced under work education programme are assessed with respect to

  • Utility
  • Durability
  • Aesthetics

Various indicators are used for assessment and are recorded. Furthermore, teachers keep a systematic record of each and every child's performance.