Most effective learning occurs when it is visualized. A developing mind learns through association of theories with practical/physical aspect of things. Visual arts effectuate cognitive and physical development through art and craft, nature walks, excursions, field trips, etc. These activities encourage students to associate nature and physical world outside, and interpret them through their individual expression. These artistic expressions are enhanced through visual arts sessions.
From the tender age, students learn concepts of lines, shapes, colours, texture and spatial understanding through playful art and games. As the students grow older, they are introduced to various developed tools of visual arts which carry our culture and history, such as Mandala creation, Madhubani art, pattern art, etc.
The students find a balance between academic learning and artistic expression through visual arts which contributes to a stress-free learning environment and bridges the gap between theoretical learning and worldly understanding.