In order for the students to imbibe values of team work and a coordinated effort, Tagore students are selected to enter into 6 Houses – Gandhi, Gautam, Guru Nanak, Kabir, Tagore and Vivekanand. Each house is marked with a flag and a uniform in specific colour giving students a sense of unity.MThroughout the year students from each House work together to showcase their skills and talents in various Intra-School events and compete for the coveted annual sports shield. Under the careful supervision of a teacher appointed as the House Master, each house is led by a House Captain (Boy and Girl) and House Vice-Captain (Boy and Girl). This gives students an opportunity to discover their leadership skills while they learn to take responsibility for not just their own performance but also of their teams/houses.
School Editorial Board and School Magazine
In our attempt to tap into the innovative ideas and creative outlook of young minds, Tagore School applauds the efforts of our Editorial Board which designs and creates content for our School publication called CONFLUENCE.
CONFLUENCE means a mingling of children from all walks of life. The publication encourages students to channel their diversity and creativity in the form ofstories, poems, essays and articles.
Tagore students are encouraged to recognize and bring forth their inherent talents through a wide range of Co-curricular activities which are an indispensable part of School life. Our students are trained to actively participate in Intra-School competitions.
We cheer students who have consistently won awards for the School and encourage newer participants to follow in their footsteps.
Some of the Co-curricular activities offered are:
Games and Sports
“A sound mind in a sound body”.
National Service Scheme (NSS)
‘Not Me But You’.