The Physical Education (PE) space is more about cooperation than competition. The key philosophy of City Public is skills for enquiry and research. This is in tune with the needs for learning for life. PE is an integral part of the school programme. City Public ’s strong belief is that PE is not one-particular-game oriented but emphasizes all-round development of hands-on motor skills, co-ordination, movement, health and nutrition, first aid and game skills for games such as cricket, football, basketball, throwball, hockey and athletics.


    The school houses one libraries. The libraries often host parents and guest speakers for interactive sessions, which include occasions like ‘Meet the Author Evening’, story-telling workshops or ‘Read-a-thons’.

    The libraries have an automated check in and check-out system and contain a stock of multimedia materials for use in the classes. Students are actively encouraged to use the library for independent study and for research towards their presentations and projects.

  • LABS

    At City Public , students are constantly encouraged to test theories, prove concepts and validate hypotheses. There are five comprehensive laboratories, one each for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and two for Computer Science. The physics lab has a separate dark room which doubles as the school’s photography studio. Many meaningful group projects in the sciences are assigned to students with clear but open-ended guidance from the teachers. This gives students a chance to experiment together and so learn cooperatively, a skill that is irreplaceable in today’s world.

    The laboratories are well designed, airy and well-lit. A lot of thought has gone into making the labs safe for student use, with wash areas at every table and acid-spill showers within easy reach. Electrical and gas supply channels are protected by screens, and have safety cut-off taps within easy reach of everyone in the lab.


    The school has an enduring commitment to the visual and performing arts. City Public believes that art, music and drama are not extra-curricular at all but an entitlement of all students and, profoundly related to learning. The school’s innovative Creative Arts Department has produced critically acclaimed artwork, murals, plays, musicals and concerts. More importantly, this incredibly talented department has led several initiatives to integrate the creative arts into several other parts of the curriculum. The result has been the creation of riveting learning experiences that have proved invaluable for students.

    There are a variety of spaces throughout the school for students to explore the visual and performing arts. These include an art studio and courtyard, a dance and drama room, music rooms, an amphitheatre and open courtyards throughout the school where teaching, learning and performance are enabled.


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