Learning goes beyond the four walls of the classroom and this is the principle we cherish. Along with a holistic and comprehensive curriculum, extra curricular activities have an important role in the balanced development of a child. Our students respond marvelously with enthusiasm, energy and involvement to various activities.


The SDE programme, which draws from Jazz techniques, Ballet exercises, Indian dance forms, Yoga, Physical Training Disciplines, Dance Therapy activities, Theatre Arts improves the following for the learner: Fitness levels, Confidence, Concentration, Discipline, Posture, Body Awareness.


To introduce our students to the world of performing arts we will have regular workshops to involve and engage the children.


Films which increase your child’s sensitivity to human rights and bring a growth in his aesthetic sense, are screened periodically.



The health benefits of yoga are well-known to all. Your child will be introduced to meditation, the art of breathing and the asanas that stretch every part of the human body.


Martial arts training forms an integral part of our educational system where the student is taught the art of self defence in order to be better equipped to face unforeseen situations.



This will be the apex student body of the school. Student prefects, wardens and captains are responsible for the discipline in school. Overseeing their progress will be the Head Boy and Head Girl. Empowering students by putting them in roles that require responsibility is an integral part of the Student Council.


Sports and physical activity are an essential component of any educational endeavour. Following from our belief that every child has intrinsic potential, we intend to provide our students with essential physical opportunities. Inter-school competitions are treated with appropriate seriousness so that students learn to make winning a part of their lives.

Sporting Facilities includes 200m Athletics Track, Basketball, Tennis, Multipurpose court, Long jump, Cricket nets, Water Jets, Indoor badminton Court. This would help prepares children for various interclub competitions and further enhances the competitive spirit in them.



In keeping with our policy of specialised education, arts & crafts as well as work experience are a part of our education programme.



In order to make maths more interesting, Universal has developed a special Maths Lab in the school. It helps students explore mathematical concepts through activities and experimentation. It also helps teachers to demonstrate, explain and reinforce abstract mathematical ideas by using concrete objects, models, charts, graphs, pictures, posters etc.


Universal’s out of school learning programme is designed to promote discovery, learning, fun and healthy life styles in a safe and stimulating environment. Out-of-school learning takes place in a variety of different settings – from museums to aquariums, from socially, relevant work to study clubs and from art galleries to factories. Special focus is provided on social service visits and excursions.

Learning Program

  • Arousing the curiosity of the child thereby creating joy in learning
  • Learning through doing, observing, reasoning and most importantly first hand experience
  • Creating a healthy and holistic learning environment by enhancing non-formal learning
  • Giving greater impetus to child-centered, child-directed activities as opposed to teacher directed activity
  • Teaching aids like story books, picture books, films, worksheets, activity sheets, puppets, slides and other audio visual representations form a part of the process of learning

In the first year, the activities conducted aim at increasing the child’s trust in the learning place i.e. the new environment, the new teacher, the new set of children that are present. Play is the primary medium of education. Age appropriate toys and learning tools are provided to children.

In the second year, games, music and play activities increase the interpersonal contact between the children. At this stage, appropriate attention is paid to strengthening pre-reading and pre-writing attributes  of each child.

In the third year, motor and speech skills are improved through games, colouring, recitation, music, drama. Enhancing the linguistic abilities of the children assumes great priority. A systematically devised phonic programme developed in the UK, ‘Jolly Phonics’ is introduced.

In the fourth or final year, physical and mental co-ordination is further accelerated by way of specially supervised activities like cutting with safety scissors, puzzle solving and building blocks. Increased self reliance is encouraged with indepedent writing while the training imparted ensures that each child is proficient and ready for formal learning .