In concurrence with our education philosophy, the school has separate, well-equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry and Biology for experiential learning, giving our students an opportunity to put in practice what they learnt in the classroom and arrive at their own conclusions under guidance and supervision of qualified teachers and laboratory assistants. Experiential learning in our laboratories helps reinforce classroom teaching.
The classroom is composed of several learning area: practical life, sensorial, Language, Maths, Science and cultural subjects. The abundance of materials makes it possible for the children to exercise more self-direction and independent work then is usually possible in a traditional class room.
We have a well-equipped laboratory for Physics, Chemistry and Biology separately catering to the needs of the students. The science materials present certain aspects of this world, in such a way that the child can observe, experiment, demonstrate and record what he has learned. The focus here is that the child learns how to be a scientist: objective, organized, able to perform tasks in a predetermined order and record the results. Science is a hands –on activity that includes Biology (Botany and Zoology) and Physical Science.
A sprawling ground apt for a rigorous game of cricket, football, athletics and many more makes school life enjoyable. Children enjoy the freedom to dash around the playground at short breaks and lunch breaks giving themselves a kinaesthetic stimulus variation.
A spacious well-designed reading room.
An excellent collection of books on all subjects.
Reference and enrichment for teachers and students.
Free accessibility of books through open-shelf system.
The Montessori approach was designed to help children grow by letting them explore the world around them. Classrooms are called “prepared environments” where children’s innate zeal for learning is encouraged allowing them opportunities to choose among an array of purposeful activities to work on with the guidance of a trained adult.
The method is based on the child’s imperious need to learn by doing and has a profound respect for the child’s personality. It enables the teacher to deal with each child individually in each subject. Each child works at his/her own pace, and the child has the freedom of movement in the classroom. Children pursue their own self-paced curriculum, and learning takes place individually or in small groups.
The Montessori method develops the whole personality of the child, not merely his intellectual facilities, but also to become a self-directed, self-disciplined person.