Salient Features Of School
Howard Gardner’s Theory of Multiple Intelligences- incorporated into the teaching plans and methodology Bloom’s Taxonomy of Learning Objectives-adopted into teaching- learning strategies
Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs addressed through Circle Time/ the Counselling Centre and a unique Discipline policy
Learning Centres - like Linguistic, Art, Discovery, manipulative Centres - for multi sensorial learning in Kindergarten section
KG curriculum-Designed with assessment and evaluation, based on cognitive, Numeracy, Literacy, Aesthetics, Social & Emotional development.
Professional development of teachers is enhanced through various internal and external trainings. Everyday plans are prepared to meet the requirements of NEP 2020.
The school ensures that students receive three types of H.W. such as Practice, Extension and Exploration on a daily basis. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic, the H.W.; the daily study plans and the worksheets are uploaded in
the respective MICROSOFT Class O365 Notebook and also in Whatsapp
The School has 4 Special Educators to support the critical learners at the Primary, Middle School, Secondary and Sr.Secondary levels
A Math lab- to develop the experimental temperament of the students with authentic hands on experience of Maths concepts
Support Classes to specially address the Gifted-the Average and the Weak Special remedial Programmes for critical learners
Active parental involvement in school Programmes and as resource support Integration of the Arts steam into all the subjects to break the humdrum of a classroom catering to the needs of the diverse learners.
Experiential learning is integrated into all the core subjects, wherein the concepts are taught by reflecting on the experiences of the students.
Flipped learning provides in-class activities for students to apply the content they learned outside the class. Incorporation of significant 21C skills in the daily plans to enhance students’ success in their lives.
Kaizen award to motivate all the teaching and non-teaching staff for continuous improvement.
Emphasis on term wise customer feedback from parents / students with effective action plans to address issues raised
Class room management systems to promote effective learning such as Daily journal entry and time management, Chit system to ensure equal opportunity for student participation
Monthly interclass Bulletin Board competitions to promote classroom aesthetics, creativity, equal opportunity and group dynamism
Monthly Open Forum meeting for teachers convened by teachers with democratic decision making by teachers on critical school issues
Morning assembly managed by teachers and students with focus on 100% participation by students and teachers.
Exclusive training on Integrated Personality Development by the Chinmaya mission. Awards to motivate teachers and students in scholastic and co- scholastic achievements
School Fees - fixed as per the government norms. Sharing of constitutional values, health tip and facts of the day as snippet every day. Infirmary with full time nurse and ambulance.
Well spaced and ventilated classrooms with smart board facility and high speed internet. Huge playgrounds with separate Volley Ball court, Basket Ball Court, Foot Ball Court and Cricket court and indigenous Indoor and outdoor
Math and Science parks with shady trees. Oxygen Belt with more than 2000 bamboo trees. Miyawaki plot - allotted in the school for greening the campus.
Experts from various fields are called to train the students on their choice of games through an innovative initiative – ‘ONE CHILD ONE GAME’.
Artificial lakes are created to conserve water.
Vande Gurum - a unique way of greeting is practiced where the teacher and the taught acknowledge their learning from each other. The competency of the teaching faculty is enhanced through Capacity building trainings.
(Special Education Center)
The school strongly subscribes to Inclusive Education and took the initiative in this direction from the Academic year 2002-2003, wherein Dr.Gayathri Krishna of Brindavan
Psycho Education Centre set up the Resource Centre in Sishya School as a boon to the Slow Learners. Teaching patterns were incorporated without emphasis on speed, rather the emphasis was on mastery of concepts at a desirable
and comfortable pace of the child. Evaluation is therefore never in terms of pass or fail but based on successful completion of tasks.
A Unique Discipline Policy( Code of conduct)
The school has abolished corporal punishment in the school and has created its discipline policy of rewards versus withdrawal of privileges as an alternative. Every year the students as well as teachers are reinforced
of discipline policy by conducting orientation programme.
Some are listed below:
Theme for a Year
The school works on a theme for a year and encourages the children to explore. All possible dimensions of the selected theme are further displayed on Bulletin Boards and reflected in all the competitions and programmes.
One Earth One People
Freedom for Growth
One for All-All for One
Cherishing the 4th R-Relationships
Love All, Serve All
Duty through Dignity and Discipline
Annual Day Themes for Kindergarten to Lower Primary Sections:
The school is an active member of the Interact Club of the Rotary Club, Hosur. The students democratically elect leaders and charter their programmes ranging from collecting funds for
Leprosy Eradication, Polio Plus, Blood Donation Camps, donating funds to orphanage etc.,
National Green Corps
Through the National Greens Corps, the students participate in environment awareness programmes in and around the school by planting saplings, removal of plastics, maintenance of compost pit
and vermiculture, maintenance of the Herbal Garden in the school etc., National Green Corps creates environmental awareness which aims at building cadres of young children working towards environmental conservation and
Junior Red Cross Club
The school is a member of the Red Cross and focuses on the first aid training to the students. Students learn how to save themselves and others during an emergency through the JRC club. Students are also trained on the
Bharath Scouts and Guides:
Bharath Scouts and Guides provide opportunities for young students to participate in programmes, events, activities and projects that contribute to their growth as active citizens. Through these initiatives, young people
become agents of positive change who inspire others to take action. The school has enrolled as a member of the Bharath Scouts and Guides, Tamilnadu The Principal, Dr. Vasanthi Thiagarajan is the District Commissioner (Guides)
Hosur Educational District. Every year, students of classes 8,9 and 10, attend a training camp and learn various life skills.