• Litera Experience

Mount Litera Zee Schools organise various events and celebrations throughout the year. The chief of them is the Annual Function.  Here are some major events and celebrations that our schools organize.

Sports Day is one of the most important days in the school calendar along with the day of the Annual Function. Our school celebrate many local and national festivals along with participating in international projects like Japan Peace Crane Project. We encourage students to celebrate Grandparents’ Day so that students and the school can pay respect to the senior citizens in the community. Blue Ribbon Day celebrates our firm commitment for preventing child abuse. Our schools also have preferential access to BrainCafé Budding Scientist Contest, a nation-wide talent hunt for the best science talent in Grades 1-8.

 

LIFE SKILLS

Life Skills are critical for leading life powerfully. Our students emerge out of school with the following life skills. We build life-skills through specially-designed life skills classes, subject-integrated activities, Litera Clubs and Mount Litera Olympiad.

Effective Habits: Our character is a composite of our habits. Mount Litera Zee Schools have a series of programs and activity systems that build effective habits for life.

Media Literacy: Media literacy develops the ability to analyse, critique and effectively use various media to find more information and make informed decisions.

Aesthetic Sense: Aesthetic sense helps students appreciate the beauty that exists around them and enables them to contribute to it.

Metacognition: Metacognition is the skill of knowing how we learn and our unique styles of learning. This empowers us in removing the hidden barriers to our learning.

Risk Taking: This skill enables making your own decisions at the risk of making a mistake, instead of doing what you are told to by others.

Self-Development: An important goal in education is to foster self-reliance and independence. Self-development plans are used for teaching students to complete tasks independently and take an active role in monitoring and reinforcing their own behaviour.