“Every successful individual knows that his or her achievement depends on a community of persons working together” – Paul Ryan
Our school is a bundle of energy, guided constantly by Christian values. We take pride of the fact that the strong foundation in values has empowered all our stakeholders with life skills. Our children are the reason for our existence and with the help of our staff (our pillars) we strive to give our best for the young ones.
The World Economic Forum in its report, The Future of Jobs, has spelt top ten skills, which the workforce will require by 2020. The Fourth Industrial Revolution (2020) will need people with complex problem solving ability, critical thinking, creativity, people management, coordinating, emotional intelligence, judgment and decision making, service orientation, negotiation and cognitive flexibility.
Incidentally, our school curriculum design and classroom transactions work towards helping our children acquire these skills. Our children are intelligent, resilient, creative, imaginative, disciplined, respectful and ethical. Children are the future leaders and role models of our society, they deserve more and that makes us to reason out and understand that we are not enough. Our children need your intervention as much as they need their teachers and the school. Dear parents, you have always been a great support and you can add more value to the day to day transactions of your child. A regular monitoring of classwork, extra – curricular activities and periodical visits to school to meet with teachers will add purpose, to the work of your child.
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success” Henry Ford