Co-curricular Activities ensure the harmonious growth of personality in children. It is source of strength for streamlining the talents of the child. It also helps to improve analytical thrust for knowledge, competitive spirit, communication abilities, value orientation, leadership, teamwork and various other facets of life.
Strengthening students for national and international forum.
To inculcate all the said qualities, quiz, recitation, extempore speech, elocution, debate, mono act, fancy dress competitions are conducted here at Rainbow World School. The School promotes national integration policy: celebrates regional, religious and national festivals much to the unique principle and feeling of oneness.
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The Christmas festival was celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm at the school
With every record broken and every medal awarded, the annual sports day celebrates the indomitable spirit of our school’s sportsmanship.
Yashika Jamwal (IX), performed excellently in the Scientific Survey Report of the 31st Children’s Science Congress Competition and got selected for The State Level.
Diwali was celebrated in school with great fervor and zeal.
The State Level Rajya Puraskar Rally of Scouts and Guides for the year 2022-23 and Rovers and Rangers(2019 and 2023) was held at Shimla from 4th November to 8th November. A total of 42 students were honoured by The Governor Shri.Shiv Pratap Shukla at Rajbhawan. It was a proud …
The School Games Federation of India had organised the under-19 Boys Taekwondo Championship at the State Level. The students of 11 Districts had participated and Vansh (XII) bagged a gold medal and also got selected for the Nationals to be held in Madhya Pradesh.
Our school’s young musicians won first place in a district-level group singing competition organized by Bharat Vikas Parishad! The talented vocalists are Prisha Ujjwal, Pragya Rajput, Shanvi Shourya, Maneet Kumar, Diksha, Tanya Sharma (VII), Deepak Sharma (VIII), and Mohini (XI).
A Taekwondo Championship (under-19 Girls) was organised by The School Games Federation of India from 27th October to 30th October. Vaishnavi Choudhary (IX) won a gold medal and got selected to play for The SGFI- Nationals.
Halloween day erupted into a frenzy of fun at the school campus, with students unleashing their creativity in spooky costumes and ghastly get-ups
Avsa Choudhary’s Voice rose above the rest, capturing the first position at the District Level Hindi Declamation Competition.
Celebrating German Day at school opens a door to new cultures and experiences, bringing fun and joy to everyone.
Angel Goswami, a Class XI student, return from Germany after successfully completing a four-week PRESTIGIOUS SCHOLARSHIP International Programme. She was one of only three students selected from India for this international program held in Germany, and she brilliantly represented Himachal Pradesh, India.