Science Lab

The state of the art laboratories at Little Hearts Public School meet all the national safety and standards of the national curriculum. Three spacious separate labs for Physics, Chemistry and Biology are used to infuse a spirit of learning and inquiry in the young minds. The experiments cnducted in the labs helps the student understand the complex concepts better , giving them the opportunity to be inquirers and facilitating them to explore the world beyond the books .

Maths Lab

Mathematics Lab is designed uniquely to enable students to learn, explore mathematical concepts and verify mathematical facts and theorems through a variety of activities using Mathematical Kit which includes modern Mathematical tools to help students learn the Mathematics Practically.

Computer Lab

Cybernetics and Information Technology have made inroads into academic programmes. We have gone headlong into becoming an IT-savvy school offering Computer Science, Information Technology in a Global Society and other computer courses as prescribed by the curricula on offer in our school. Students have unlimited access to computers and the professional software tools that go with them.

Our teaching laboratories are equipped with computers all networked to common file servers and connected to the outside world via the internet through leased lines.

Robotics Lab

The Robotics club is an ongoing Co-curricular and core activity led by students and supervised by dedicated professionals and science teachers. In 2019, we started the academic robotics programme as a core activity for interested students. Here the students are prepared on three different modules for a dedicated 60 hours per year. This would prepare them to participate in several robotics Olympiads and encourage self- learning while also staying in touch with the growing technical knowledge in the field. School provides these students with a number of kits and the activity is very popular among all secondary school students even if they are not too inclined towards the sciences.