Ahinsa ( अहिंसा )
Ekta ( एकता )
Namrata ( नम्रता )
Satya ( सत्य )
Skills are needed for success in school, life and work.
Skill-based education places the ownership of learning in the hands of students and helps them restrict the gap of understanding. It promotes and develops the art of learning and development hence empowering the students to become successful in their chosen field.
>> Flat Knitting
>> Jersey Knitting
>> Block Printing
>> Screen Printing
>> Clay Moulding
Handloom fabrics and weaves are a part of the tradition of India. The handloom industry fulfils the basic requirements of human beings. The level of artistry and intricacy achieved in handloom fabrics is unparalleled and certain weaves/ designs are still beyond the scope of modern machines. In TWGS the students are getting this advantage to learn more about handloom. They are participating in it with great enthusiasm. Students are developing the new skills and getting an opportunity for personality development.
Pottery is one of the oldest human inventions, originating before the Neolithic period. Pottery is made by forming a ceramic (often clay) body into objects of the desired shape. Much pottery is purely utilitarian, but much can also be regarded as ceramic art and we at TWGS corroborate the art of Pottery to enhance creative skills in our students.
Weaving has proven to be a very versatile method in creating different textiles for a multitude of uses. Weaving is a method of textile production in which two distinct sets of yarns or threads are interlaced at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Weaving is done on a machine called a loom. TWGS has started Textile classes for the students. It improves fine motor skills - like hand-eye coordination, right-left coordination and cognitive skills - like focus and attention span. It encourages critical thinking and promotes self-awareness.
Knitting technology has been playing a very vital role in our lifestyle. It not only produces fabrics and shapes garments for apparel and household purposes but also for various technical end applications. Flat knitting is a method for producing knitted fabrics in which the work is turned periodically, i.e., the fabric is worked with alternating sides facing the knitter. Flat knitting is usually contrasted with circular knitting, in which the fabric is always knitted from the same side. In Wisdom Global School, Flat-bed knitting machines are used for the production of pullovers. Compared to other knitting machines.
Jersey is a soft stretchy, knit fabric that was originally made from wool. Today, jersey is also made from cotton, cotton blends, and synthetic fibers. The right side of jersey knit fabric is smooth with a slight single rib knit, while the backside of jersey is piled with loops. The fabric is usually light-to-medium weight and is used for a variety of clothing and household items.
Block printing is the process of printing patterns by means of engraved wooden blocks. It is the earliest and simplest of all methods of textile printing. Block printing by hand is a slow process. It is, however, capable of yielding highly artistic results, some of which are unobtainable by any other method. TWGS avails the facilities to learn Block printing in which students take part with great enthusiasm.
Screen printing is a popular printing method, using a process that presses ink through a mesh screen in order to create a printed design is also available in THE WISDOM GLOBAL SCHOOL. It is used in a wide range of industries across the globe to create custom clothing, canvasses, artwork, posters, and more.
T-shirts are one common application of screen printing. The clothing industry uses screen printing on a variety of garments. We could use the same inks and prepared screen that we used in class to print on t-shirts. Screen printing is also used to make prints from poster size all the way up to billboard size.
Clay can captivate a child’s interest for hours, and it has a calming effect. If you visit pottery classes for children, you may notice a trend. They tend to be quiet because everyone is too busy creating a work of art. Even children who are considered hyperactive can become fascinated by clay and focus on a single masterpiece. The soothing qualities of the medium keep them engaged while their imagination takes over.
Music is a place in the entire World where there are no set boundaries. It is an expression by itself and gives a chance for students to live in their own world for some time and discover themselves. Music is a true demonstration of our culture and traditions. "Music" is a subject that is available at every level.
We at "TWGS" have set up two Music Studios one for western and other for Indian to explore and hone the variant genres of Music and train students in both Vocal and instrumental music. The "Music Fraternity" guides the students through music experience and gets the students to experience and touch the boundaries of the world.
The different streams where training is imparted are :
Indian Instrumental Music
Indian Classical Music
Western Instrumental Music
An ideal way of channelizing the vibrant energy amongst the youth is dance, it is something over and above the pleasure of senses. The dance studio gives a common platform to the students to express themselves and at the same time learn different type of dance forms be it Indian classical dance or the foot tapping western contemporary dance.We at "TWGS" believe that all forms of dancing should be included to the curriculum and for this, a spacious dance studio is set up to allow the teachers and the students to choreograph their works for stage performances and competition.