Through our after-school programmes, our students engage in a variety of sports and creative activities. These encourage students to explore and thrive in activities that caters to their interests and liking.

We have an initiative at MLSI that works toward the holistic development of the child, so we offer mandatory clubs twice a week that are focused on exposing students to new experiences and enriching their lives. We also have premium clubs at school. If your child is enthusiastic about this club, you will be asked to select an activity from the list and notify us of your child's selection. Please keep in mind that the premium clubs are paid for by parents and are not included in the school fees.

Students can participate in a variety of sports and artistic activities. Professional coaches and instructors who train our students to achieve high standards in their chosen fields carefully guide them in the same. Touted to be one of the best IB board schools in Mumbai, MLSI collaborates with coaches to identify and establish specific learning outcomes for each activity.

A fun fitness programme for children is centred on the seven crucial components of fitness, namely stamina, speed, strength, agility, flexibility, coordination, and balance, in order to build a strong base in fitness from which children can progress to different sports. The programme is not sport-specific, but rather focuses on overall fitness development. Most training sessions are disguised as fun activities and drills to keep children focused. Advantages of sports conditioning: establishing a strong fitness foundation with long-term benefits, setting up a fitness foundation from which students can launch into various sports develop stronger bones and muscles, sports conditioning for competitive sport, body weight control, increased energy and concentration, confidence and self-esteem building, de-stressing and rejuvenating the mind through play.
The programme aims to improve a person's overall fitness and well-being. With the objective of enhancing physical and mental fitness, this programme assists in the development of muscle strength, flexibility, and mobility. The programme's core agenda is speed, endurance, strength, power, coordination, and flexibility, which are all essential skills for an athlete.
All other global dance styles and forms begin with classical ballet training. It establishes the foundation for any dance styles that are appropriate for the dancer's body and temperament. Then there are those who choose to become professional ballet dancers and then specialise in senior levels of the same. Early on, emphasis is placed on arm carriage, use of shoulders, neck, and pulls upwards in the torso, development of musicality, coordination, and simple clean movement in one position on stage. Intermediate lessons concentrate on strengthening the legs and back in preparation for larger and more complex movements that are no longer static but move across the floor/stage. At this stage, small jumps and turns are introduced. Acrobatic elements are introduced gradually. Advanced lessons include mastery of these movements as well as a complete finishing of the dancer in order to adequately express the classical virtuoso.
Radio is a beautiful and popular medium for entertainment and information. has created a comprehensive radio-jockeying module for children interested in learning how to host a radio show. Voice modulation, expression, articulation, clarity, content, ideation, scripting language enhancement, performance ability, presentation skills, and so on are all aspects of radio jockeying. It encourages the child to experiment with and develop an "on-air" personality. Each of the aforementioned items will be addressed in a straightforward step-by-step manner. This module has been specifically designed to benefit schoolchildren. It will help to develop the students' unique personalities, confidence, speaking skills, and creativity and ideation skills.
Each class is designed keeping in mind the children's age. Practicality is prioritised, and it is ensured that in each class, experiments are taught using a hands-on approach, rather than simply being visually shown (on a screen) or orally explained. Experiments are linked to real-life and everyday examples and occurrences. At the end of the semester, the students are given a folder containing classwork papers that include information such as a material list, concepts learned, fun facts, how the project works, and a questionnaire.

This club will develop entrepreneurial skills like:

  1. Develop thinking skills that would be required by entrepreneurs to manage their own business.
  2. Provide a basic understanding of HR, finance, operations and marketing.
  3. Guest lectures by professionals, entrepreneurs and managing resources to smoothly operate a business.
(Mun) is an academic simulation of the United Nations that aims to educate learners about current events, topics in international relations, diplomacy, and the United Nations agenda. The main purpose of this club is to teach IB diploma school students about international issues and allow them to develop their own skills of public speaking, researching, writing, and critical thinking and negotiating among many others. It is an extra-curricular activity in which students typically role-play delegates to the United Nations and simulate UN committees. Students, referred to as delegates, are assigned a country to represent in one of the UN's numerous committees with pre-set topics to debate. They research the background of their country, their country's position on the topics at hand, and prepare notes on possible solutions to the problems faced. Chosen students then convene at model UN conferences to debate their assigned topics with students representing the other UN members. Much like the real UN, the goal is to identify solutions, by negotiation and consensus, on which many countries can agree.
A chance for students to put their skills to the test in a band where they will learn to perform with other musicians (students) in an ensemble setting! Students with prior experience playing an instrument or singing will be best suited for this club. Students will learn to perform pop hits and classics in an ensemble setting while coordinating and collaborating with other band members. Students will be given the option of being a vocalist, guitarist, keyboardist, or drummer.

Forensics 4 Fun

Students will learn fundamental forensic analysis skills based on basic scientific principles. All instruction is delivered through games and hands-on activities. Fingerprints, handwriting, DNA, footwear, trace evidence, and other types of evidence may be analysed. The programme culminates in the investigation and analysis of evidence from mock crime scenes, allowing students to experience the high of determining whodunit. Skills developed through fun are: observation, logic, reasoning, analysis, and communication.

Swirl Music

Technology now plays an important role in music production, and our course will teach our aspiring musicians how to create tunes, beats, and tracks on their computers, as well as mix and master them to perfection. Students will create their own tracks, which they will be able to play, perform, and share on social media.

Coding and More

We are a coding club. Using drag and drop, children will learn the logic of programming. The advantages of coding are numerous. Aside from programming logic, children learn to problem solve, collaborate, troubleshoot, think creatively, and persevere. In addition, the children will be taught how to use Scratchjr, an application that allows them to animate and create stories and games. The learning outcome at the end of the semester is the ability to use Scratchjr effectively and to understand loops, events, and decisions in coding.

KOOH Sports Pvt. Ltd

Basketball is a fast-paced sport that requires a lot of running, jumping, dribbling, passing, and shooting. As a result, it provides complete physical exercise, improves accuracy and precision, instills self-discipline, and teaches strategy and quick thinking. It also promotes teamwork and aids in the formation of new friendships. Shiba Maggon (former women's team captain and current junior team coach of India) and technical expert, Capt. Louis George (former Maharashtra state U13 team coach, basketball federation of India 'A' panel referee, FIBA level 3 certified coach) are instrumental in updating the curriculum and up skilling the coaches on a regular basis. Students who receive basic coaching will become more active and fit in the long run, and will prefer physical activities to digital games.
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