Academic Achievements

“A dream becomes a goal, when action is taken towards its achievement”.

Academic Prizes

For a school like ours, the importance of academic achievement holds a lot of significance. Our teacher are constantly striving hard to bring out the best in the students so that they are always learning to face and overcome all the challenges or the academic fields. We strongly believe that only good education helps children to unlock the doors to many opportunities in their careers.
A strong academic foundation surely makes children responsible to become productive and eminent citizens of the future.

Competitive Exams

We encourage the students of our school to participate in most of the competitive exams. This helps us to know the overall concept of the child and it also gives a chance to our students to compete not only with school classmates, but also with students from all over the state and nation.
Exams conducted in our school are Sarvodaya Scholarship exam, Mother India Talent Search Scholarship exam, ABC drawing competition, Global Kiddy’s contest.

Sports Prizes

The school has a modern, comprehensive physical education curriculum which focuses on the holistic concept of health. Age-appropriate development of the body helps nurture a sound mind. At St. Teresa’s Convent Little Kingdom we offer various options for sports. We nurture the spirit of sportsmanship through outdoor games like Running race, Potato race, One Leg race, Ball Throw, Dodge Ball, Skipping etc.

Co- Curricular Activities

As the pre-primary level is the foundational stage of the tiny tots, our main focus is to set their mind fear free by providing a secure environment through play-way method, making the formal schooling interesting and entertaining with a perfect balance of Activity based learning.
Phonics is a method for teaching and writing the English language by developing letters Phonemic awareness, the ability to hear, identify and manipulate phonemes in order to teach the correspondence between these sounds and spelling the patterns that represent them.