Transport & Security
The school will provide all security to the children while on campus and while on transit by school bus. Ayahs with relevant exposure to child care are employed to assist the teachers in supervising them while moving around the campus or in the play area. Security guards will ensure that children do not stray out of the gates or move beyond the safe zones as designated for different age groups.
Transport to and from school is by school bus and the children will be assisted by teachers and a helper/ayah to safely cross roads where necessary and to be dropped at the designated drop points safely.
Our Library consists of more than 1000 Volumes comprising of books from various Authors and Publications in English language. All kinds of story Books for pre-primary kids are stocked. A library period per week is included in the curriculum to encourage kids into reading books

Co Curricular Activities (CCA) are non academic activities. This policy was introduced by the Ministry of Education as a means to enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy recreation, self discipline and self confidence.
The CCA are as follows and function on Saturdays:
• Karate
• Sports
• Carom
• Chess
• Quiz
• Instrumental Music

Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) is a subject where students can choose from a number of vocational education activities. It was introduced by the Ministry of Education to promote Ghandian Values. The following vocations are offered in our school depending on the availability of resource personnel. They also function on Saturdays.
• Hand Embroidery
• Craft
• Cookery
• Drawing and Painting

Advanced English Communication Skills (AECS):
“Learn a new language and get a new soul.”
– Czech Proverb
Advanced English Communication Skills (AECS) is designed to challenge students with advanced language skills and has a strong focus on the development of speaking and listening skills. The AECS course uses a wide variety of study materials including advanced English course books, real-life television, radio shows and movies, magazines, journals, books and the Internet. Students also undertake a class project which can involve writing and performing a live play, directing and filming a documentary or producing individual video diaries (digital stories).

Smart classes:

The school provides Interactive Digital boards which supplement teaching and makes it more visual for the children of all classes. This technology driven method enhances the concept of “learning by watching” and helps children immensely.

Field Trip:
Montessori education is very much about letting children experience the wonders of the world we live in. That’s why all of our children, starting in Children’s House, and increasing as they get older, participate in a series of carefully organized field trips.

The school follows the CBSE curriculum. The students work with the CBSE curriculum taught to them through intergrated lesson plans, hands on experience and guided discovery learning which helps them to observe, explore, investigate with creativity and make sense of what they learn. The curriculum encourages students to be active learners who explore, understand and participate in the world around them.
English is the medium of instruction. Tamil and Hindi are the other languages the students learn.


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