Academic » Goal
"Do not train Children by force and harshness, but direct them to it by what amuses their minds, so that we discover what one individual is better at"
We believe that the child has within himself every ingredient that facilitates true education. We believe that the relation between the teacher and the Student is a relation of a soul to another soul. Children learn more by doing, by discovering and not by listening submissively to a display or factual knowledge.
Our teachers are taught to treat every child with compassion, and take care of the inquisitive minds we all have which encourages learning. In return every child learns respect, compassion to others and self discipline. This in turn blossoms the independence of every individual who enters our family.
The academics pays attention to the upliftement of an individual and pays more attention on their qualities rather than paying attention to their flaws. Flaws if any are being corrected Holistic education which entails mental, emotional and physical development of a student is given emphasis at the school. The curriculum thus encompasses the three domains cognitive, affective and psychomotor.
We also give major focus in developing the following essential thinking skills so that the children develop as independent learners and thoughtful individuals.
Information Processing - to locate and collect information, sort, classify, sequence, compare, contrast, analyze part/whole relationships.
Reasoning - to give reasons for opinions, actions, drawing inferences, making deductions, using precise language to explain, make judgments and informed decisions.
Enquiry - to ask questions, pose and define problems, plan what to do, how to research, predict outcomes, anticipate consequences, test conclusions, improve ideas.
Creative Thinking - to generate and extend ideas, suggest hypotheses, apply imagination, look for alternative innovative outcomes.
Evaluation Skills - to evaluate information, value what they read, hear and do, develop criteria for judging the value of their own and others’ work or ideas,to have confidence in their judgments.