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The Arts and Culture at Khaitan

We believe Art is the source of creativity in life, it is a form of expression which has to originate from heart and pour out as a flow of emotions. Culture helps you understand art, and opens you to a new world full of varied dance forms, music styles, singing patterns, musical instruments, visual arts, performing arts and much more.

We believe in a passionate new world living a meaningful life full of happiness and celebrations.

The goals of Arts and Culture at Khaitan:

  • Fostering Creativity and out-of-the-box thinking.
  • Inspiriting Expression and Confidence
  • Instilling and honing artistic skills
  • Infusing Passion for Happiness

Dance

Dance is a poetic form of expression, a hidden language of the soul, and a need of childhood to understand the complexities of life and the world around us.

We, at Khaitan Public School, believe in teaching the complex skills of various dance forms to our students for their equal Yin and Yang growth. As per old Chinese philosophy, Yin and Yang are two opposite forces in nature, one is positive, other is negative, one is active, other is passive, one is muscular, and other is feminine, and all these opposite energies must stay balanced in an individual to achieve the maximum human potential.

For classes 1 to 3, we have Kathak dance as a part of curriculum. For classes 4 to 5, we teach Bharatnatyam to students. From 6 to 8, we teach western dances. After 8 till 12th, we follow the extensive CBSE curriculum for dances.

Western Dance

Khaitan Public School believes in diversity, and thus we lay emphasis on all forms of dances. We teach western dance, or Bollywood dance, which includes Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary, and Ballet to our students from all 3 wings. Our majestic dance instructors bring in pure joy, and playful activities when teaching different forms of Western Dance to their students.

Classical Dance

Khaitan Public School, Sahibabad, is the acme of India Classical Dance with national fame Bharata Natyam dancer Ms Anusuya Banerjee leading the torch from front. Kathak, Bharata Natyam, and Odissi are taught in the school at a young age and thus has contributed to the evolution of many young Indian Classical student dancers from Khaitan over the years.

Music

If we would listen carefully, every beat in this world, every single wave that vibrates on our eardrums, is a music in itself. We call it noise, but that's our perception, our way of looking at it! Such musical vibrations can be enhanced, lyrically, melodically, and in pattern, to form a good and soothing music, which we listen everyday in our daily lives!

We listen to music on television, on radio, on our smartphones, on laptop, while taking a shower, eating food, driving car, traveling in metro, and during celebrations. Music is an integral part of our life, and without any doubt, music has the capability to become a catalyst in your work, and life as a whole.

We, at Khaitan Public School, considers music to be a necessary part of the learning process of a young child. If learnt carefully, it can become a medium to the flow of your emotions, whether explosive or peaceful, whether apathetic or celebratory.

In Junior Wing, Sangeet4all is the comprehensive curriculum for music with a playful touch.

In Middle Wing and Senior Wing, different Vocal classical styles, western singing styles, Indian Classical Instrumental music, and western instrumental music are taught.

Visual Arts

Visual Arts is an inspiration, a medium to run wild with your imagination, and a way of meditation for the artist. This is another focus area in "the Arts and Culture at Khaitan". The two major subjects under Visual Arts are Painting and Sculpture making.

Painting

Colors and shapes are the first things that are taught to a toddler in a school so that the kid can understand life around him. Painting is simply the adult version of colorplay. A kid is first taught to draw and paint geometrical forms, then human figure, then the focus is on creativity and individual creativity. Portraits, human figures, natural scene, subject painting, daily life and more depending on the creativity.

Wall Painting
Canvas Painting - Acrylic

Sculpture Making

Sculpture Making is one of the focus areas of Visual Arts at Khaitan Public School. The national fame artist, Sculptor Ravi Prakash with Annual State Award from Lalit Kala Academy,Lucknow in his pocket, and many famous sculptures as his artwork displayed at many national galleries, he is the pillar of Sculpture making at Khaitan. The focus area in Sculpture making is Clay Modeling, but Relief Work (cement art) and Wire Installation work are given equal importance in the school.

Theatre

Theatre is another form of expression and art that is given utmost importance at Khaitan Public School since early childhood. Junior Wing students are introduced to theatre in the form a program Helen O' Grady. Theatre is used to give confidence to them, remove stage fear, and provide a medium of expression to them.

In Middle Wing and Senior Wing, theatre is a co-curricular activity as a part of Dramatics Club.