As a teacher stands in the corridor of her school, supervising over children clambering up the stairs to their classes, she smiles.
She smiles because even in this most monotonous of daily activities is the imprint of individual characters and budding identities. Some rush eagerly forward looking ahead to a brand new day, some follow the general hubbub and hustle along, some disdainfully condescend to converge with the teeming masses and some are downright hesitant, even unwilling to proceed to captivity.
Teaching, perhaps is the only occupation where two sets of identities are being constructed simultaneously - the worker and the worked upon (not counting cosmetic surgeons and their successes or disasters, those whose self worth depends upon the superficial!).
Within the process of teaching lies the potential to build from the very foundations. From the moment that the child, following the teacher, mimics a swaying flower in the early years of kindergarten to the powerful readings of Marc Antony's speech in High School, every student yearns to be.
Be something. Something that is distant, elusive and spectacular.
The child yearns, and the teacher inspires.
With every new story that is added to the child's treasury of knowledge is a new milestone of understanding achieved and a new goal to set sights on. One day, it is astronomy that fascinates and the child has decided upon being an astronaut; another day, it is the moving lines of Keats that has the student firmly decided upon a career in writing; or yet another, it is the stunning simplicity with which the laws of Physics disentangle the mysteries of our existence that settles him upon choosing to be a Physicist or Engineer. Whatever realm of education it be, it is constantly adding to the child's perception of himself, with every new facet being seemingly possible. The beauty lies in the growing child's belief that he can become whoever he wants, and the fodder for these dreams is doled out by the daily endeavours of the teacher. The appreciation or criticism by the teacher allows the student to add that dimension to his personality which tells him that he is good at Math or wonderful at art or just barely passable at putting together an essay. At every bend, the teacher feels the weight of future responsibility, of scarring the child for life or raising him in his own esteem and thus turning him into a confident and capable individual.
What happens to the teacher meanwhile? Is she simply a vessel of identity construction? Does she devote her existence to the moulding of a perfect generation? Just as every act of generosity makes us feel a little better about ourselves, she too thrives in the blooming of her students. A student who turns out to be a fine individual is the boost to every teacher's ego; he is the testimony to her capacity as an excellent educator, and hence the proof of her own identity as a successful alchemist of the soul.
Perhaps, her identity is built by the fact that she has let so many bloom and grow. Within every student's grateful smile is her promotion to her higher self, and within every 'Thank You' note is a notch of deep-seated confidence gained. The teacher's identity works in conjunction with that of her students; and there is perhaps no greater joy or boost to the morale than looking at a strapping young lad or a poised young girl and thinking to yourself…
'Not badly done there. Not bad at all.'
The Pre-Primary Curriculum has been structured into a colorful, playful, informal activity oriented educational experience for the children. The best of the Montessori system, kindergarten, Play way method and other such activities as required for social and cultural development have been adopted for the Pre-Primary school. These students have daily assembly programme for self expression, Play area, activity room, educational outgoings and their very own cultural activities built around festival. Their general social artistic skills in fine and music are cultivated with great care and affection.
Mini Kg : 3 Years completed by 31st July
Jr Kg : 4 Years completed by 31st July
Sr Kg : 5 Years completed by 31st July
Admission : Procedure
1) Purchase of the prospectus and admission form from the school office.
2) There would be a school visit for every child seeking admission along with the parents.
3) Payment of fees as per the given fee structure in the form of a Demand Draft drawn in favour of "Respective School's Names", where the admission is sought.
4) Admission will be confirmed only after the payment of the relevant fees and completion of all the office procedure.
5) The decision of the school is final regarding the admission.
Admission : Fee Structure
1) Admission Fees : 5,000 /-
2) Tuition Fee(Yearly) , Term Fee, Other Fee : 33,500/-
3) Refundable Deposit : 20,000/-
Total : 58500/-
1) Mode of payment:-by Demand Draft.
2) No Cash would be accepted.
3) Entire amount of school fees should be paid at the beginning of academic year.
Late Fees Rules
1) Entire amount of school fees is collected by the school at the beginning of every academic year.
2) In case of delay in payment of fee after the stipulated time given by the school, additional late fee would be collected as per the following rules:
3) Delay upto one month from the starting of school : Additional 2.5% of school fee.
4) Delay of more than one month from the starting of the school: Additional 5% of school fee.