Founded in April 1995, The Khaitan School (formerly, Khaitan Public School, Noida) is sprawled over more than six acres of a lush green campus, an idyllic setting for its faculty and students to bond, converse and share the joys of learning. Its vibrant ambiance, picturesque surroundings and state-of-the-art infrastructure provide a stimulating environment for the all-round growth and development of our children.
- The future belongs to those who believe in their dreams.
- Go Forward. I must, I can.
- Today’s readers are tomorrow’s leaders.
- It’s not how good you are. It’s how good you want to be.
“India is our Country. All Indians are our brothers and sisters. We love our country and we are proud of its rich and varied heritage. We shall always strive to be worthy of our country. We shall respect our parents, teachers and all elders and treat everyone with courtesy. To our country and our people, We pledge our devotion in their well being and prosperity alone lies our happiness.”
‘Tradition does not mean to look after the ashes but to keep the flame alive’. Jean Jaures
Honesty, spirituality, commitment, vitality, perseverance and excellence are few values that we inculcate into each and every student. For us, education goes way beyond academic excellence. We encourage our students to gather knowledge, pursue their goals and aspirations and at the same time nurture their creativity and develop their individual faculties. We are firmly committed to embracing students from diverse backgrounds, cultures and religions.
The School Morning Assembly is the most important part of the school curriculum and nurtures positive school ethos and a sense of school community. It is conducted by the House on duty and presided over by the Principal/Headmistress. Prayers, national songs, news events, Thought for the Day and a talk by a teacher are highlights of the assembly. It also highlights the agenda and activities of the four Houses, namely Aravalli, Meghalaya, Nilgiri and Shiwalik.
Special assemblies are organized at Pre-primary, Primary and Senior levels to celebrate special days and festivals. The school curriculum aims at instilling national pride and secular beliefs amongst students through such celebrations and activities like Holi, Guru Purab, Dusssehra, Diwali, Id, Environment Day, Children’s Day, Teachers Day, Sadbhavana Diwas, National Integration Day.
The Investiture Ceremony is held every year to induct the Students Council and House Prefects. The members of the council led by a Head Boy and a Head Girl (Senior & Primary) are responsible for maintaining discipline, organising and supervising a multitude of activities including sports and co-curricular and ensuring the smooth conduct of school functions and ceremonies. The Head Boy and Head Girl are bestowed with crystal mementoes. The Captains and Vice Captains of the four Houses – Aravalli, Meghalaya, Nilgiri and Shivalik are responsible for organizing smooth conduct of Inter-House competitions.
Celebrations with our extended families
Annual Sports Day
Parent-Teacher Orientation Programme
Annual Prize Distribution
Cultural Functions (Pre-Primary, Primary and Senior)
Student Felicitation Ceremonies
These programnes are graced by eminent personalities and dignitaries. We also celebrate birthdays of our pre-primary school children every month.
Parents’ Day and Grand Parents’ Day are fun filled events and days of joy for the families of our children: Grand Parent’s Day, gives the children an opportunity to respect and bond closely with the elders of the family, a virute we find declining in today’s fast paced world.
Scholar Badge Ceremony
The Khaitan School legion of honour
We take pride in acknowledging the academic excellence attained by meritorious students. A student attaining examination results above 80%, qualifies as a Scholar Badge Holder. Those who are awarded three Scholar Badges consecutively, are awarded a Scholar Blazer at a formal Awards Ceremony wherein distinguished guests are invited to present badges, blazers and certificates.
Orientation Programmes for parents (class and age applicable) are regularly held to update and orient them with the school curriculum, pedagogy, facilities offered, subject options, career options suitable for science, commerce and humanities stream. Orientation Programmes are conducted by an expert panel (as applicable) comprising of School Principal, Headmistress, School Counsellors, Visiting Counsellors, Pediatrician and Nutritionist.