Always among the highest expression of every culture, the arts teach us much about every historical period through its literature, visual arts, music, dance, and drama. Today it is recognized that to be truly well educated ne must not only learn to appreciate the arts but must have rich opportunities to actively participate in creative work. The arts are languages that most people speak, cutting through individual differences in culture, educational background, and ability.
They can bring every subject to life and turn abstractions into concrete reality. Learning through the arts often results in greater academic achievement and higher test scores. It develops creativity, interpretation skills, critical thinking and communication skills, observation skills and inquisitiveness in children. The art program has several of the following components.
(Tabla, Harmonium, Keyboard)
Painting, paper crafts, drawing,
Students will receive varying amounts of homework depending upon their class. Homework is an extension of daily class work and is usually unfinished work.Homework may also be an extension of the learning concepts for the day that may be completed at home to reinforce various new facts. Reports or long rangeprojects may also be assigned and are necessary to help reinforce reading and writing skills.Read More!Read less!
A number of events are celebrated in the school academic year. Annual School Function is conducted where the variety of cultures are explored through performances such as dance, skits and singing songs. School exhibition: ‘Dhamalmasti’ for the prep section where students can have fun with their family and the elder students can exhibit their talents through food items, articles, books, game zone, etc. ‘Mathsomania’ for the students of std. 1st to 10th where they can have special counters to sell the items such as stationary, imitation jewellery, food items, tattoo making, paintings and drawing with special counters such as Maths zone to play Math games, Game zone, Book counters and Selfy zone. TNRSG also celebrates the festivals of India with special days’ celebration such as Republic Day, Independence Day, World Environment Day, Yoga Day, Health Day, Grandparents Day, etc.Read More!Read less!
This event is conducted to have one-to-one talk with the parents regarding the academic talks. This establishes a relationship between the educators and the parents. In the normal working days, schools normally do not encourage for frequent parent-teacher meets. It is on this day that the parents can inquire about the performances of children and the teachers provide the feedback about the children for their sound developments. Abhivyakti: The students are felicitated with the certificates of their grades after the completion of both the terms. Some other scholastic events celebrated in school are Investiture ceremony, Sports Day, etc.Read More!Read less!
A school assembly is conducted every morning with a purposes of having gratitude towards the almighty through shlokas and prayers. Special health programs and communicating information are conducted on a daily or weekly basis which includes ‘Yoga and Meditation’, ‘Mass PT’, ‘Thought of the Day’, ‘Birthday Celebration’ of the students and special performances based on special days or occasions throughout the year. The morning assembly ends with ‘National Anthem’ sung by the staff and students.Read More!Read less!
World Health Organization has defined Life Skills as “the abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life”. Life Skills educations helps in promotion of mental and social well being and competence in young children to face the realities of life. The ultimate aim of education is the overall development of personality which cannot be achieved without exposing students to various Life Skills. The ten core (generic) Life Skills as listed by WHO are Self Awareness, Empathy, Critical Thinking, Creative Thinking, Decision Making, Problem Solving, Effective Communication, Interpersonal Relationships, Coping with Stress and Managing Emotions. The school Life Skills program in all classes encourages opportunity for building skills and positive habits, recognition of self and ability to think and solve problems.Read More!Read less!
The future well being of the world is going to require good thinking. Owing to the complexity in business and the professional world good thinking will be the key to success. Children are taught to solve logic puzzles, verbal and non verbal puzzles to enable them to prepare for competitive exams later. Several activities are conducted that teach Critical Thinking, Lateral Thinking and Creative Thinking.Read More!Read less!
An event to show the hidden talents, to learn new skills and entertain people, a joyful, creative and a vibrant experience for the students and parents of TNRSG, celebrating ‘Mathsomania & Dhamaalmasti 2018-19’. A night full of fun, entertainment and excitement , a learning experience of joy and discipline all together, ‘School Night Out’ organized for the students of std. 3rd to 9th. Entering into the new session of academics, students having hopes and dreams for better learning and better future, ‘Blessing ceremony’ was conducted for the students of Std. 9th promoted to Std. 10th for the new academic year 2019-20. A skit was performed by the students of TNRSG with a message spreading importance of ‘Quami Ekta Divas’ in the month of November, 2018. A time to acknowledge the students for their achievements in various competitions, Abhinandan ceremony was conducted for students for the year 2018-19.Read More!Read less!
‘Igniting the Joy of learning’ through experiential learning and play way method: Adopting innovative pedagogies, students learn through active participation, focusing on skills and have their holistic developments through Life Skills. Language development activity done in form of story retelling with puppets - Thirsty Crow. Math lab is place to enjoy Mathematics and students can generate problem and struggle to get an answer. TNRSG mathematicians learning with fun in math lab. Tiny players of TNRSG are developing the Gross Motor Skills which helps whole body movement and involves the large muscles of the body to perform everyday functions. Science activity conducted for kids of prep section to learn ‘Floating of things’.Read More!Read less!
Creating an environment to explore Vigilance Awareness, Speech competition was conducted for the students of std. 9th. To uncover the basic and general knowledge of the students, Inter-house Annual G.K. Quiz Competition was held for the students of std. 1st to 8th for the year 2018-19. Recitation is an expression to show one’s thought in poetic way and increasing confidence level of the students. Recitation competitions were conducted in the month of February 2019, in English, Hindi and Gujarati languages. Students of TNRSG participated and won in Fancy dress competition held in Ram Krishna Ashram. Carrom competition conducted for kids of TNRSGRead More!Read less!
Aiming of various training programs for the staff of TNRSG, ‘Teachers Training’ was conducted on Blooms Textonomy by our Education Advisor Mr. Ashwin Patel Sir. A sense of ‘Unity’ was spreaded by performing a skit on ocassion of birth anniversary of ‘Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel’. As a part of ‘Rainbow week’ a colourful day was celebrated in a different way, by celebrating ‘Green Day’.Read More!Read less!
Learning the balancing, stretching and flexibility, the students of TNRSG participated in ‘Interhouse Yoga Competition’. ‘The clean person is not the one that runs away from the dirt but one who takes the time and effort to tidy-up a dirty environment’ with this thought, students of TNRSG performed a skit on ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’. The Staff and the students of TNRSG participated in cleaning the school premises and surrounding areas, spreading the knowledge regarding Cleanliness, as part of ‘Swachhta Abhiyan’. The last working day for the academic year 2018-19 was celebrated with fun and ‘Make and Eat’ activity.Read More!Read less!
Daughters of TNRSG exploring the different places for better learning and understand different aspects of life through Informative & Fun visits for the academic year 2018-19: Fun visit to Pradhyuman Park by students of HKG. Informative visit to Big bazar. Informative visit to Dudh-Sagar dairy for the students of std 1st & 2nd. Field trip to Love Temple.Read More!Read less!