Schools play a significant role in supporting students to make healthy lifestyle choices and understand the effects of their choices on their health and well-being. Childhood and adolescence is a critical period in the development of long-term attitudes towards personal well-being and lifestyle choices. The social and emotional skills, knowledge and behaviours that young people learn in the classroom help them build resilience and set the pattern for how they will manage their physical and mental health throughout their lives. We provide students with the intellectual skills required to reflect critically on these choices and on the influences that society brings to bear on them, involving peer pressure, advertising, social media and family and cultural values. Life skills are also important for developing important democratic competences. Various school activities exploring differenr cultures and best practices across the globe foster positive emotions and are associated with the development of flexibility and adaptability, openness to other cultures and beliefs, self efficacy and tolerance. Life skills are integrated into the annual calendar of the school. Various sessions are conducted by the school counsellor on socio-emotional learning themes across age groups using techniques of Art Therapy , role plays , self assessment questionnaire and so on. Training programs on diverse themes include Bullying , Gender Sensitivity , Exam Anxiety , Study Skills, Internet Addiction, Goal setting, Managing Emotions etc . Sessions on respecting personal space , health conflict resolution , peer pressure and relationship skills are taken across grades by the school counsellor.