“There are shortcuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them,” said Austrian writer Vicki Baum. We believe that dancing is an artistic way to portray one’s happiness and hence the students are taught various forms of the art by our dedicated dance teachers.
Art is a way that children often use to express their feelings and we ensure to give them a pedestal to portray them. With each class at Bliss having a dedicated bulletin board in place, and functions requiring new decorations every now and then - children are taught to pour their creative juices on paper and contribute actively with the constant support of teachers.
A lot can be said with acting and expressions, and Bliss Naatika is just the right place to do that. We teach students how to act, and conduct stage plays - training them to become theatre enthusiasts and ace plays and nukkad naataks.
With a dedicated music teacher, the school choir: Bliss Sargam, is a key part of all the functions held inside the campus. The children learn to sing English/Hindi songs and hymns to the tunes of the piano.
At Bliss, we believe that children should learn how to express their views not only in a classroom but also on a public platform. Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, rightly said, “There is nothing like oratory. It can turn a commoner into a king.” The students are taught not only how to conduct entire school functions, but also put across their views in debates.