With a humble beginning at HIG 218 in April 2015, the school nurtured almost 50 students right in its first year. As the school grew, the need of more space led to the construction of the present building which was inaugurated by the honourable M.P. Mr. Alok Sanjar Shrivastava on 1st July 2017. Designed with little children in mind, the building is safe, secure, spacious, well-ventilated and illuminated with natural light. The classrooms are interactive and eco-friendly with comfortable furniture in bright shades.
The school has a lot to offer to its students. We are not just aimed at developing academic skills like reading and writing but focus on the sensory-motor development and the social development of the child. We believe in enabling children to realize their own potential to excellence and to nurture their young minds through knowledge and exposure. The Primary wing opens its arms to the little learners who walk into our world with expectations and desires. We firmly believe in taking children out of the classroom spaces to experience the real world through varied experiments and hand-on activities. Our aim is to foster the child in all dimensions of his or her life— moral, spiritual, cognitive, emotional, imaginative, aesthetic, social and physical. In order to realize this view of the child and education, our curriculum outlines a detailed and structured framework of content that is comprehensive and flexible interspersed with cultural activities. It promotes the active involvement of children in a learning process that is imaginative and stimulating. The ability to think critically, to apply learning and to develop flexibility and creativity are also important factors in the success of the child’s life. Various activities are designed round the year keeping in view the wholesome development of children in mind. Field trips, Training workshops, cultural shows & excursions are planned in tandem with the curriculum.
Therefore, an important goal of our curriculum is to enable children to learn how to learn and to develop an appreciation of the value and practice of lifelong learning.