Teachers who make the best learning partners
Highly skilled educators who are super specialists in primary education and pedagogy. They see themselves as companions and guides. They take delight in joining young minds in their learning journeys.
An environment that’s tuned for your child’s growing years. An invisible actor, and participant in your child’s learning years. It sparks thought, action, and becomes a platform of expression, absorption, and achievement.
A young learner in a charged state of new found ability and independence. Seeking new experiences, forming views, navigating uncertainities, and all this while developing attitudes and behaviours for life.
To develop a sense of character. To lead, to own up. To be responsible for one’s own acts, and deeds.
To be socially and culturally inclusive. To be a part of a group, to express one’s views, and to take in others.
Embracing a sense of connectedness, compassion, love and peace with oneself and others.
Learning is about moments and impressions. Varied learning experiences make a rich and well rounded student life—full of play, art and a global perspective.
Art & Craft
We have class libraries, which means we can change our books as regularly as we like. In our reading journals, we can keep a record of the books that we read.
We learn through experiments, activities and discussions with our classmates. Asking questions is encouraged and at times, we get opportunities to lead learning.
Every month, we take part in competitions, all of us. We compete, not to win but to learn and develop our skills and confidence.
Playing sports is our favourite time of the day. We get to play chess, table tennis, skating, football, cricket and basketball. Our coaches are pros.
We love our bus rides to and from school. We play games, sing along and stare out the window with awe, every time.
At least once a day, we go outside
Reading is an important habit for life. But it is not always an easy task to get your children to take up reading. Tune into this conversation for some tips on 'Raising Readers.'