Every floor of the school has a smart class where children go to experience visual images, videos and presentations related to their lessons every week. The Smart classrooms assist learning as groups, project based learning and activity based learning in a more enjoyable manner.
The Horizon School has a spacious, well-lit and airy library that caters to the needs of both children and staff.With various projects that encourage reading, the library is a place children love to spend time expanding their horizons through the wonderful world of books.
The school has a large dining hall where children are served both breakfast and lunch. Hygiene and nutrition are top priorities and surprise checks are made at the caterer’s kitchen to ensure their cleanliness when food is prepared, transported and served.
The school has a capacious and well maintained pool. A trained swimming instructor ensures the safety of the children and the imparting of essential training to the children in the right way. Each grade is given two hours at the pool per week. Over and above this, the splash pool available for the tiny tots is something they relish every week.
The school has an observatory tower where the children can enjoy the scenic beauty of Kozhikode with a help of a telescope.
The basketball court of the school also doubles up as a courtyard where children spend their valuable time whenever not in class. The physical education instructor engages the children in learning the nuances of the game during their allotted periods.
A unique feature of the school is its obstacle course where children learn the sense of balancing and timing, and also learn the importance of being physically fit and teamwork.
The school has an infirmary with a staff nurse, having over 30 years of experience in Europe. Children are under her expert care whenever the need arises. The infirmary is equipped with beds and all necessary amenities.
To complement our spacious and artistic education space, children have access to our top-of-the-range indoor play areas.
The lobby of the school has a beautiful layout of a life size Mancala game. Although it is believed to have originated in Africa, in India we call it ‘Pallankuzhi’ and play it with tamarind seeds or the beautiful ‘manchadi kuru’. The game is said to help improve mathematical skills the fun way.