The school aims at an all round development of boys and girls ; physical, emotional and intellectual with consciousness towards social obligations, Indian art, culture, music, dance, yoga and languages.
10 years of General Education is followed by 2 years of preparation leading to Engineering, Medicine, Commerce and Institutes of higher education and future careers.
The aim of the school is to impart an all-round education, so as to equip the students mentally, morally, physically and culturally to become worthy citizens of free India and enable them to zealously guard and retain its noble traditions. The School aims at disciplined students, educated in mind, body and spirit and hence best suited to serve their country and best fitted to lead others by their example.
• To create an atmosphere in which each child feels happy, secure, confident & valued.
• To provide broad and balanced curriculum appropriate to the social, emotional, spiritual, and intellectual development of Children.
• To provide learning experiences which are first hand and active as far as possible.
• To foster qualities of tolerance, kindness and respect for others and good manners.
• To aim for excellence in all activities & experience.
Preschool is an early childhood program in which children combine learning with play in a program run by professionally trained adults. Children are most commonly enrolled in preschool between the ages of three and five, though those as young as two can attend some schools. Preschools are different from traditional day care in that their emphasis is learning and development rather than enabling parents to work or pursue other activities.
Before 1960, the education of young children was primarily regarded as the responsibility of families within the home. As of 2004, most young children in India spend some portion of their days apart from their parents. Most attend some sort of center-based program prior to kindergarten. In 2001, 52 percent of three- and four-year-olds were in a nursery school or preschool program. The enrollment rate for four-year-olds in 2001 was nearly the same as the enrollment rate for five-year-olds in 1970. There are several factors influencing this dramatic change, including a rise in the numbers of mothers working outside the home, a decline in the size of families (leading more parents to turn to preschools as a social outlet for their children), and a growing desire to give children a head start academically. The higher the income and educational level of the parents, the more likely it is that a child will attend preschool. This correlation remains true in spite of increasing governmental support for programs targeting children in low-income households.
In addition to being called preschool, these programs are known by other names, including child care, day care, and nursery school.
Qualities of a Good Preschool
According to the National Institute for Early Education Research, the types of teaching activities and classroom emphases that contribute to a high-quality early education for children include the following:
* opportunities to learn persistence when working at tasks, direction following, and good listening skills
* focus on language and literacy skills, as well as interactive book reading
* emphasis on teaching children problem-solving skills
* helping children expand their knowledge and increase their vocabulary
* opportunities to learn beginning skills involving the alphabet, numbers, and spatial awareness
* focus on scientific thinking skills as well as information about the everyday environment, the world, and how things work
* emphasis on teaching early literacy and mathematics through a variety of activities and projects
* opportunity for preschoolers to engage in music, art, and dramatic play
* educational program in which parents are involved and have opportunities to watch and take part in classroom activities
Advantages of Preschool
Many children who attend high-quality preschool programs have their lives changed for the better. In the first five years of life, children acquire the basic capabilities that prepare them for later success in school and life. Many studies show that high-quality preschools improve achievement, behavior, and school readiness for economically disadvantaged children. Follow-up research with these same children shows that they earn more money, experience more stable home lives, and become more responsible citizens than they would have if they had not attended preschool. Children who attend preschool are better prepared to enter kindergarten, both academically and socially. Whatever their format, preschools offer parents and children typical benefits. A good program can help children develop their gross and fine motor skills, improve their language and communication abilities, and exercise their creativity.
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Students are reminded to address their Parents/ Elders and all members of Staff with due respect and politeness. On their way to Home from School and from school from Home, they should behave in a respectable manner.
1. Parents/Guardian of the Children absent from class must have the reason for their absence briefly noted in their daily diary. Reasons of a private nature may be intimated by letter. No leave of absence is given without a previous application in writing from parents! guardians.
2. No child is allowed to leave the school premises except on the strength of a letter of authorization from his or her guardians.
The school would like to discourage the practice of sending Lunch Boxes after school has started. Parents are requested to send the child’s food / Lunch box, napkin with the child. Pickles & strong-smelling food and gravy are not allowed. Pupils are responsible for their books and belongings and each article should be marked with the pupil’s name.
Parent Teachers Meeting
Parents and guardians are not allowed to see their children or meet teachers during school hours. Parent Teacher meetings are arranged regularly.
1. If a pupil misses a test due to illness a letter plus the doctor’s prescription must be sent to the office. Do not send an ill child to school for just the test period.
2. Any other reason for missing a test must be given in writing to the office.
Parents will be held responsible if any Student is caught using abusive/bad language as Home is another major institute where a child learns many things.
Not bringing exercise books & texts, not doing homework & classwork on more than 2 occasions could be a hurdle in Child’s growth.
1. Junk Food not allowed: i.e Crisps, Chocolates, fizzy drink.
2. Birthdays can be celebrated in school.