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Middle School

National Public School, Koramangala prides itself in providing an ambience where the uniqueness of each student is celebrated and nurtured. The learning programme is structured to expose the students to a plethora of experiences and opportunities that tap and encourage the development of their latent talents. An array of co-curricular activities complements the academic learning programme in order to develop our students into well-rounded and confident young individuals.





Our club activities were initiated in order to develop the innate potential of students and to cater to their multiple intelligences. They also provide an opportunity to develop team-spirit among students.

Expressions and Impressions, Act it out and Budding Shakespeare are the three divisions of our Literary Club. Students are trained and given opportunity to develop their talents in debates, JAM, dumb charades, plays, creative writing and public speaking.

Enacting a lesson
Time to share a joke!

Under the banner of Magic Fingers and Reflections, our students develop their aesthetic sense and develop skills in painting, poster-making and clay modeling.

A vibrant choice of colours

Math O' Mania is our Maths club, where our budding Ramanujams vie with one another in solving intriguing problems in Maths and discover the fascinating aspect of this so-called difficult subject.

Ramanujams of NPSK

Our Science Club Eureka provides students the opportunity to explore, extend and enjoy their learning of the various concepts in Science.

Spot Archimedes

The Quizzer's Den is a centre of excitement and fun. Students are trained by teachers and senior quizzers and made ready to face challenging events. Apart from their weekly training sessions, inter-house competitions are held every year.


Yoga is a preventive and therapeutic method to combat the stress and strain of modern life. The health benefits of yogic exercises are well known. In order to make this a way of life, every student undergoes training in yoga at least once a week, where professional yoga instructors give them individual attention.


In order to promote knowledge of current affairs and encourage students to get into the habit of reading newspapers regularly, we have weekly sessions on Newspaper in Education. During these sessions, trained professionals from The Hindu, Deccan Herald and The Times of India interact with students on topics of general awareness.


We, at National Public School, give top priority to nurture individual talents and develop the all-round personality of every child entrusted to our care. In order to achieve this, we have a plethora of co-curricular activities. Professionals from various fields train our students in the area of their choice. Some of the activities are: Music - Indian and Western, Music - Instrumental, Dance , Aerobics, Taekwondo and Sports Activities.

Swift and Lively Taekwondo Moves
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