‘‘The aim of education should be to teach us, rather how to think, than what to
think rather to improve our minds so as to enable us to think for ourselves than to
load the memory with thoughts of other men’’.
At Children School we aim to provide a comprehensive and a global approach
to the children so as to make them well-equipped to face the cut throat competition
in every walk of life mentally, physically and emotionally.
Our educational program has been designed keeping in view the demands of
the children, parents and teachers. We strive to acquaint the children with the rich
cultural heritage of our nation and the concept of ‘‘Vasudhaiv Kutumbkum’’ and
help them grow as good and responsible citizens.
Apart from academic excellence, intellectual development we endeavor to
groom the overall personality of the child and help him discover his hidden talent,
potential capability and sharpen his/her skills. We also strive to make our students
morally and ethically strong and instill in them good habits and develop in them
values as truthfulness, team spirit self-respect dignity of labour, punctuality, freedom
of mind and scientific temperament and make them ready to face the challenges
the world has to offer and live in a world–
‘‘Where the mind is without fear and the head is held high.’’
Education we believe is an epitome resting on the pillars Parents, Teachers
and students and the strong bonding among themselves. Thus, interaction between
teachers and parents is important. The diary designed for the students outlines
the Institution's philosophy, interaction between the teachers and parents and
our sincere efforts to provide excellent education to the little stars so that they
enlighten the whole world with their sparkling, twinkling light.
Here's a very sincere request to all the parents to kindly check the diary from
time to time so as to monitor the performance of your ward and contribute to our
efforts for achieving the set goals and objectives.
‘‘Let your child build up a dream and we will help your child realize and cherish
With sincere regards,
Mrs. Pratima Srivastava