The context in which students study, play and socialize includes the medium through which they communicate and are able to express themselves through their actions and the ways of doing those actions. According to Ken Robinson, “The medium rather than the context is the vehicle for creative self-expression. ‘If you’re doing something creative, you have to be working in a medium. My experience is that the most creative people love the medium that they work in”.

For a student, the medium is his art – his drawing, painting or any other form of expression. Drawing enhances students’ observation and critical thinking with imagination. The students of Early Years and Grade-I, II were given the opportunity to express themselves through the medium of drawing. They enjoyed expressing themselves creatively and created masterpieces.