From the school desk
Wisdom of Words By Ms. Seema Atri
We affirm that education begins at birth and continues through out one's life. Our complete focus is to provide a support centre to our children so they can continue learning and developing towards becoming whole and healthy individuals. We work with the core belief that wisdom can be cultivated gradually amongst all individuals. It is not enough to make children literate and academically intelligent what is more important is to make them wise so that they are able to use their intelligence judiciously.
We believe that true wisdom is the ability to listen to your heart and that each child's self-esteem, dignity, physical and emotional well-being must be cultivated with the same importance as that given to academic and material success. The educational needs of today are very different from those of the past because of growing competition and with the progress of science and technology. The students must be equipped with the skills required to face the challenges of future. They can do it easily if we can make the surrounding stimulating and purposeful. The school therefore has undertaken a great leap in integrating information and communication technology into the class room teaching and learning process.
Our school is constantly scaling new heights with excellent professional training of our children in a range of co-curricular activities so that they can evolve as excellent individuals who have honed their skills in the microcosm of the school and are equipped to lead and inspire in the microcosm of the world. I take this opportunity to thank all the parents who have reposed their faith in our school. We assure to do our very best always. The school always tries its best to maintain the highest quality academic standard and provide the wonderful environment for studies. I would like to end with the words of Albert Einstein:
“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For while knowledge defines all we currenly know and undersand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.”