Assembly: The Assembly, where students beat the drum, play music, sing songs and share their thoughts with all present, forms an important part of the school curriculum. Current affairs and news, interesting facts, teachers motivating students through talk, week is concluded with a special assembly on Friday where children enact on topics which instill moral values in everyone, an important link to the outside world, are integrated into the Assembly Program. Art and Music: Art classes are conducted every week. Music and singing form an integral part of the school curriculum and instruments such as drums, flutes, sitar, mouth-organs, harmonium, dafli' and `toombi' are available. The school also proposes to buy other instrument including a piano and form the school choir in the future. Games and Sports: Games and sports are necessary not only for enjoyment and good health but also, among other things, to develop team spirit and the desire to give the best performance. Presently, the school has facilities for athletics, hockey, cricket, football, basketball, badminton, kho-kho, table-tennis and carrom. Yoga and meditation are also taught so that students develop a balanced personality. School Function and Sports Day: At Trinity, we have The Trinity School Function where parents of all children are invited to a feast of dance, drama and music with many a memorable performance. Sports Day is an annual feature on the 14th of November each year which is celebrated as the National Children's Day. The students' zest and enthusiasm on these two events is catching as they sing and dance to impress their parents at the Annual Function and compete with one another in sports as the four Houses vie for the overall trophy for which they have worked through the year in both academic and co-curricular activities. Newsletter and Magazine: 'The Trinity News', our newsletter, is published from time to time to inform the parents of what we think and do at Trinity. A school magazine, 'The Trinity Times' will be published in the future in which students and teachers will express their views. Clubs and Societies: The Debating Society, The Historical Society, The Literary Society, The Science Society and The Nature Club already exist in the school. In the future, students will be encouraged to form more societies and clubs like The Astronomical Society, The Environmental Society, The Music Club and last but not the least, The Library Club in which students will discuss books and suggest new ones. Hobbies: Hobbies are essential for relaxation and rejuvenation. At Trinity, reading is one of the children's favorite free time activities. They not only enjoy reading library books but even buy books to read in their holidays. Many children have various other hobbies like philately and numismatics while most of them listen to music and their favourite songs. Library: Our well-equipped school library has over 2500 books, subscribes to a variety of newspapers and magazines and has a computer. More books and computers with intern& connection will eventually be made available to the students. The library is not only a place where the students prepare for competitions but is also a place where they enjoy reading stories and books of general interest. Laboratories: The four labs ( Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computer) are ideal for all activities related to Science. These are nurturing places for our would-be scientists, doctors and engineers who love to work here andexperiment. Social Service: Social service is perhaps the most important part of education today. Mark Twain said that he did not let his "schooling interfere with education" but at Trinity imparting true education is part of our system which is why Socially Useful Productive Work is considered so essential by us. It is this work which brings the students closer to humanity, the underprivileged and shows them the true purpose of education which all Trinitians believe is reaching spirituality through the true Christian/universal values of love, humility and service to humanity. At present, the pupils do on-campus community service by way of planting, gardening, cleaning and helping the teachers. They also contribute regularly towards the 'Poor Fund' and visit the Old People's Home and Orphanage in Hoshiarpur. Later, they will be encouraged to serve in these places, in the villages and in a school for mentally and physically challenged people.