The aims of the Environment Programme are:
- To create a sense of association amongst the school to the environment.
- To create awareness about the environment and various intermittent issues.
- To integrate the ideals of conservation, preservation and sustainability.
- To formulate plans and programmes to further the environmental activities of the school.
We pioneered vermi-composting at our campus where the waste from the kitchen and canteen was collected in a pit to decompose and turn into a nutrient-rich humus, very valuable organic manure, by worms and micro-organisms. This humus was then used to fertilise the gardens and fields.