“The aim of art is not to represent the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance”

Attitude plays a crucial role in shaping an individual’s behavior and actions. At Excel, we understand the importance of fostering a positive attitude in our students. A positive attitude can greatly facilitate success in various aspects of life.

In order to develop a positive attitude in our students, we focus on three key areas: cognitive, affective, and behavioral. To improve students’ cognitive attitude, or thought process, we have implemented an effective strategy known as goal setting. Goals are set according to a ratio of 1:2:4 for physical, personal, and professional goals respectively. To enhance their affective attitude, or emotional domain, we create a positive classroom environment through our SPICE program. Additionally, our Self-Image Visualizer program helps to improve students’ behavioral attitude.

At Excel, we strive to ensure that each and every student is developed in such a way that they can excel wherever they go in life. Through our focus on attitude development, we aim to help our students become confident, well-rounded individuals with a positive outlook on life.

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We mould future artists

Art education means different things to different people, but the crux of it, is that it imparts knowledge and education in various fields of the arts like music, theatre, dance and visual arts. Society functions in such a way now, that a majority of the manual and technical jobs that were done by people before, can be done by machines. The main demand lies in innovation and creativity, thinking outside the box and having good interpersonal skills.

Just like mathematics or science, art requires regular practice and is not something that can be achieved through sporadic learning. Regular engagement and education in the arts has to be imbibed in the school curriculum for it to have an effect on the students.

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Our experienced and qualified music teachers provide instruction in a variety of instruments, including piano, guitar, and drums. In addition to traditional instrument lessons, we also offer vocal coaching and instruction in music theory and composition. These lessons are available to students of all skill levels, from beginners to advanced musicians.

Our music program is designed to provide students with a well-rounded education in the arts. We believe that music education can enhance students’ creativity, self-expression, and cognitive development.

We believe that music education is an integral part of a complete and well-rounded education. We are committed to providing our students with the best music instruction and opportunities to explore and grow their musical talents.

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New research in the fields of psychology, education and neuroscience shows teaching meditation in schools is having positive effects on students’ well-being, social skills and academic skills.

A recent meta-review of the impact of meditation in schools combined the results from 15 studies and almost 1800 students from Australia, Canada, India, the UK, the US and Taiwan. The research showed meditation is beneficial in most cases and led to three broad outcomes for students: higher well-being, better social skills and greater academic skills.

Students who were taught meditation at school reported higher optimism, more positive emotions, stronger self-identity, greater self-acceptance and took better care of their health as well as experiencing reduced anxiety, stress and depression. This was compared to before the meditation programs and compared to peers who were not taught meditation.

Skill Enrichment Programmes

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These programmes give children opportunities to try new and varied activities that may not strictly fit into the curriculum, but that develop character, resilience, motivation and encourages the learners to pursue wider goals.
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