Children’s early learning experiences have a profound effect on their development. These early interactions directly affect the way connections are made in the brain. Early learning experiences are crucial to the future well-being of children, and establish the foundation for the acquisition of knowledge and skills that will affect later learning and behaviour. Children arrive at school with different backgrounds and experiences and at different stages of development. Positive early experiences with school are of paramount importance to young children. Children thrive within classrooms that meet their physical and developmental needs and that provide a secure, respectful, and nurturing environment.
Attractive and colourful Kindergarten provides a learning environment that is inclusive and it is one in which children feel comfortable and safe, yet stimulated to learn and explore. The environment encourages empathy, interest in trying new things and the development of self-confidence. The Kindergarten follows Montessori Method of education that allows children to learn at their own pace and consists of a balance of investigation or exploration, guided instruction, and explicit instruction.
A quiz culture is conducted in school for better learning of the things which are out-of-syllabus. Students get interactive platform, require critical thinking and extensive research which gets them into the habit of innovative learning from an early age. Quiz encourages team work and bridges academia-industry gap. Students from Std. 1st to 8th face four rounds of G.K. quiz in their own classes and the final round is conducted between the four houses [Blue, Green, Red and Yellow] before the end of the year.Read More!Read less!
Children have an innate love of stories. Stories teach us about life, about ourselves and about others. Storytelling is a unique way for students to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for other cultures. Students are taught to retell stories in their own way, with their own dialogues and level of their understandings. To increase their level year by year, competitions are conducted twice in a year for English, Hindi and Gujarati languages.Read More!Read less!
Poetry recitation is an idea, an art and a feeling, accentuated with the use of distinctive style and rhythm, delivered through a public speaking. It’s a way of expressing the thoughts in a poetic way. Students are thus, taught to recite poems and express themselves. To increase their levels every year, recitation competitions are conducted twice in a year with final recitation round at the end of the year in English, Hindi and Gujarati.Read More!Read less!