Math Club

Maths clubs raise the profile of maths as a subject, they increase engagement and show children that maths can be playful, exciting and full of wonder. Holding a weekly maths club lets us take off our curriculum jacket and work more informally with children while engaging them in a variety of activities for mathematical sense-making.

  • Encourage a positive attitude towards mathematics.
  • Stimulate mathematical curiosity.
  • Promote cross-curricular thinking and the holistic development of pupils.
  • Study real-world maths beyond the classroom and allow pupils to see maths as an integral part of their lives.
  • Develop a healthy interest in mathematics as a source of interest and achievement.
  • Inspire thinking, challenge and collaboration.

Literary Club

The Literary Club is a place where students can meet to read and write. The Literary Club has been an ongoing and active club for several years.

It is based upon using the creativity skills it takes to be a writer. Club members meet to discuss books and the craft of writing. Some members choose to share their writings during the meetings, therefore starting many discussions. At times we critique each other’s work and offer suggestions.The Literary Club is more than just a club for reading and writing; it is also a place where students can come to share their insights on politics, life, and school issues. We’re like a family, sharing frustrations, trials, and happy moments.

Fine Art Club

The fine art club is to encourage students to express their thoughts, feelings and creativity through the various visual art forms from two dimensions to three dimensions. To tap the inherent talents and potentials of the student community at all levels of life. Our institution intends to uphold the relative merits of the students and to expose them to the higher order society who would in turn bring laurels to the institution by constant motivation and encouragement.

Activities promoted:

Painting, sketching,handicrafts,modeling etc…,

Adventure Club

Adventure club is dedicated to provide access to opportunities that enable student to develop practical knowledge skills and to achieve physical fitness by participating in outdoor activities for overall fitness. we passionately believe that getting students outdoors can change lives, influence academics & career choices, and has positive health benefits. Developing an After-School Outdoor Program or Adventure Club can provide many benefits to your students and may be easier than you think!

History Club

Understanding the history of their community and country can be an important way for children to better understand current situations, and also develop their interest and skills as responsible citizens who can help develop an inclusive and flourishing society.

  • To encourage students of diverse backgrounds and varying abilities with a genuine interest in history,
  • To learn and develop historical research and writing skills,
  • To gain knowledge of history through research, site visits, and exposure to guest speakers,
  • To encourage student participation in the local History Fair,
  • To teach the concept of “citizenship” by utilizing the talents of Ransom students towards community and schoolwide improvements, and to have fun with others who share the same interest in history.
  • Some of the activities that the  History Club  include:
  • Field trips to museums and other historical sites,
  • Discovering careers in history-based fields,
  • Learning historical research and writing techniques,
  • Participating in community and school improvement activities,
  • Participating in local, state, and national level History Fairs.