Every child is unique and comes from a different socio-economic background. And hence, every child’s learning curve is also different. Our teachers not only understand this, but are also well-equipped to use this knowledge to enhance the students’ learning experience. Our curriculum takes inspiration from some of the greatest educators and philosophers, our world has seen. Maria Montessori’s philosophy of ‘educating the whole-child’ forms the cornerstone of our curriculum. Educational philosophies of Rabindranath Tagore, Mahatma Gandhi, pedagogies of John Dewey, Vygotsky, Piaget and Loris Malaguzzi have also guided our curriculum to make it more relevant to every child’s life. It has been strategically designed to encourage acts of enquiry and discovery and nurture students’ curiosities towards learning, even when not in a classroom.
All students undergo a systematic evaluation and assessment that involves teachers’ and parents’ active participation. To ensure the overall growth of the child, following steps are duly undertaken:
Student Progress Reports are shared with parents, twice a year.
Regular parent-teacher conferences are conducted to understand child behaviour and their learning curve.
Individual student portfolios, maintained and shared with parents.
Parent participation in class assemblies and work-sharing events are held regularly.
To ensure a safe and secure environment for every child, the school follows strict transportation rules.
The school has adopted robust fee structure and rules to ensure a seamless experience for parents and management.