Orchard provides ample opportunities and a stimulating environment to express engage and explore the world through a variety of experiences and programmes that include intra and inter-school competitions, debates, quiz, role-plays, public speaking dance, drama, sports, projects and field visits. Spell Bee Contest and International Olympiads provide a platform for International Competency.
Orchard believes that there are innumerable inherent potentials that lie within every child that need a way out. The school has incorporated various sports activities like Foot -ball, Cricket, Volley Ball, Hand Ball, Badminton, Table Tennis, Carrom , Chess, field and track events, Performing Arts like Western & Classical Dance, Vocal Music, Art & Craft, Mimes and Theatre Arts, Martial Arts like Karate, Yoga etc;
Orchard lays great emphasis on rejuvenating the diminishing ethical values among children. Creating Good Human Beings is the thread that connects all processes at School. Fervent celebration of all National and Religious Festivals at Orchard re-kindles and re-vitalizes the rich cultural heritage of our past. Celebration of Grandparents Day ensures strong bonding amidst the school and family.
Orchard works to create an academic, physical, emotional, social, respectful and safe environment in which every child feels both supported and challenged at his or her level. Remedial Coaching for Slow Bloomers and Enhancement Training for High Achievers are regular practices at School. Students are guided, motivated and assisted whenever and wherever they seem lost by caring and nurturing teachers.
Mrs Silvie Nesa, the Principal of our School was conferred with the most prestigious Award for Teachers,Dr Radhakrishnan Award by the Tamil Nadu State for the year 2017 on 5 th September,2017 at Kalavananar Arangam, Chennai.
The Spell Bee State Level Competitions was held on 29th and 30th April,2017 at Samadh Senior Secondary School,Kajamalai, Trichy. The students who participated from Orchard Schools, shook up the audience and the participants by bagging several prizes effortlessly at the venue as they were prepared well by their teachers for the event.
It was reported that Prithika I of Grade 2 spelt all the 100 words correctly ahead of the stipulated time and asked for more words to spell. SahanaAsifa of Grade 3 had a record break performance in the written round scoring 50 out of 50.