Education is a process of learning and growing as one gains understanding about the surrounding world. This is a lifelong process. Learning expands the mind and school is a way for students to be exposed to different ideas and concepts. Knowledge obtained through school can provide students with a sense of personal fulfilment. The clear vision of our Patrons laid a strong foundation to prepare the children to become agents of change who can meaningfully contribute towards building a strong nation. The journey of a child in junior school begins with aspirations and dreams of young parents who wish to see the best in their children. Equipped with good infrastructure and trained staff the school is able to expose the students to all possible opportunities to hone their skills in various areas of interest. Discipline and values are a priority when it comes to building the personality of our tiny tots. The motor, sensory, and cognitive development of children is curated through several activities designed in the curriculum. The perfect amalgamation of academics, with art, craft, music, dance and sports makes the classrooms enriching and joyful learning places. The strong bonding and partnership of the school with the parents enables a similar environment at home. Therefore children in their formative years of development find all ingredients necessary for a holistic development integrated in a natural way both in school and at home. Schools are the crucible-the place where all the challenges of urban education in 21st - century India have come together. The time to begin preparing children for the challenges and demands of the future is when they are young. Children in the early years are curious and excited learners. It is our responsibility as educators, and administrators to create learning experiences and environments that tap into that natural curiosity and excitement. This includes not only supporting emerging skills in reading, math, science, and social studies, but also most importantly, the 21st century skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication, creativity, technology literacy, and social-emotional development. Children need to begin to develop the early foundational skills that will help them reason, think creatively, communicate, and work collaboratively in the future.
Dr. Amrita Singh