In our efforts to make our students self-sustainable, SOS has teamed up with the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) to provide the ATAL Tinkering Labs program to high school students. This program encourages students to think innovatively and use their technological skills to create working models that address community problems.
By integrating technology with superior teaching practices, SOS offers students personalized instruction tailored to their specific needs. Self-paced classrooms within blended learning promote self-sufficiency and cater to diverse learning styles. Teachers use Google Classroom to address students' questions and concerns.
Students at SOS have access to a diverse range of clubs in Literary, Science, Maths, Environment, and Art that enable them to explore new interests and develop life skills. These clubs foster teamwork and unity, and events such as Meet the Author and Meet the Scientist offer valuable real-world insights.
Co-curricular activities (CCA) at SOS are integral to providing students with opportunities for meaningful and systematic learning, preparing them for their future through dance, music, art, and physical education. CCA helps develop a holistic personality that focuses on physical fitness and multiple skillsets, allowing students to explore strengths and talents beyond academics and learn to handle success and failures.
SOS has a dedicated support and guidance program that focuses on identifying and addressing the specific needs of children with special needs, slow learners, and learning disabilities to improve their academic and social skills.
The career counselling program at SOS includes talks by professionals from different industries, helping students gain insights into various career options.
SOS exhibitions emphasize the practical significance of students' work and enable them to showcase their learning and talent in science, art, math, and other subjects, promoting curiosity and scientific thinking.
Young Achievers - Research Skills at SOS is an initiative that gives students various opportunities to grow in different fields, including research. At this intra-SOS conference led by students, students present their research work on topics of their choice from a set of given themes.
Our students at SOS can access vast digital resources from any location and at any time. Our in-house class-wise and subject-wise resources, digital libraries, and innovation portal support personalized learning, encourage self-study, and enable students to expand their knowledge beyond the textbook.