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Science Laboratories

A Science lab is a workplace for the conduct of scientific research. It helps students to remember the concepts better. The school has well equipped laboratories For Physics, Chemistry and Biology. The Science laboratories are spacious, well lit and well ventilated with modern equipment and apparatus installed with a view to foster in the students the scientific attitude.


The school pride is its well furnished library, the books are updated from time to time keeping in mind the changing interest of our children. The school library is to support the students and teachers by providing access to current, adequate and appropriate resources. It is also to ensure that all the students, teachers and staff are effectively using the ideas and information.


From the time that children start preschool, all the way through the end of elementary school, the playground is the main place where they spend breaks and recess. Playground equipment isn’t there just for fun, it actually helps kids develop important motor skills and problem-solving skills. The school playground allows them to climb, jump, swing, and slide.

Computer Lab

Technology plays a major role in twenty-first century education. The new model of integrating technology into the curriculum means that computers are on demand throughout the school day. In the computer lab of Glacier Public School, children are able to explore, solve problems, develop concepts on various topics, improve language, interact socially and develop sensory skills. The computer lab are well equipped with sufficient number of computer with the ratio of 1:1.


It gives you an escape. It also gives you a central location to store and display your music collection. But, some of those benefits will be lost if you have a poor music room design. If the room sounds bad, or it emanates too much sound, it may not accomplish the things you want from it. They conduct students singing or playing instruments for a song. Reflection: The teacher gives the students time to internally reflect after a lesson; to stop and visualize music examples.

Loom Weave

A weaving loom forms yarns into fabric by controlling the warp let-off and fabric takeup, the patterning of the yarns, the insertion of the filling or picks, and the beating-up of the filling yarn into the fabric. They are what hold the longitudinal warp threads in place as the weaver weaves the "filling" or weft threads through them. The weaver can choose different colours to create specific patterns. They can also change the method of this weave to create different textures or patterns.