List of Clubs

The integration of work and study is the key element in Prelude Public School, Dayalbagh. All the students are obliged to gain practical experience in the course of their academic education.The concept of Clubs is seen as an opportunity for adaptation to life in the group, forming good life long habits and cultivating a voluntaristic spirit. Club activities supplement academics and give the students practical training which they require in day to day life. In the school various club activities are organized giving an opportunity to the students to display their talent.




Prelude School, Dayalbagh has been appointed as the lead school in this area by the Ministry of Environment. The main aim is to sensitize students towards Eco– Awareness, maintenance of greenery around the school by various Plantation drive programmes, making best out of waste etc. Eco Club is actively involved in promoting environment related issues such as judicial use of paper and Planting trees.





The primary activity of this club is to create an interest among children for reading and writing. There are so many other attractions and diversions that a child of today as a result has not been able to develop the reading habit. Consequently, they are poor in writing as well. The activities of this club include reading short stories of different authors, discussions on plot and characterization and also encouraging them to write short stories, poems etc. This club also involves activities that inspire students to present their view points. Various activities like debates, group discussion are conducted throughout the year.



This club focuses activities for young people. Its goals are education, awareness and campaigning against possible extinction of some wild species. This is done with the help of Poster Making Competition, Skits, Quiz, Model Making, Extempore and Writing poems. This club is associated with IFAW – International Fund for Animal Welfare which gives certificates & awards to those who participate in competitions organized by them. Based on the programme kit sent by IFAW and Wildlife Trust of India various activities are carried out during the Animal Action Week.



Students in this club are taught to move rhythmically usually to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures. The importance of this non verbal form of communication is emphasized at a great length. Involvement of flexibility and body movements help children in keeping themselves fit. Various forms of dance like ballet, hip hop culture, salsa, classical dance, tango etc. are being harped at in the club.



Students in this club are told that art and aesthetics is the process or product of deliberately arranging elements in a way that appeals to the senses or emotions. It encompasses a diverse range of human activities, creations, and modes of expression. The club promotes free thinking among students which helps them to produce aesthetic and vivid objects environments or experiences. Activities like sketching, colouring, painting, craft, paper folding, tie and dye, batik, stitching are described elaborately.



This club instructs students about how marching band is, in the broadest terms, a group of performers that consist of instrumental musicians and sometimes color guard who generally perform outdoors and incorporate some type of marching (and possibly other movements) with their musical performance. Instrumentation here typically includes brass, woodwinds, and percussion instruments. The students are instructed about controlled body movements for a dignified and graceful display.