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Indian Values Global Outlook

Whenever you make learning an exciting experience it leads to joyful learning. This learning experience is enriched with judicious mix cultural, religious & linguistic areas that are deemed to be vital for enabling our students globally competent. The curriculum framed is enriching with creating activities & projects to foster international understanding with the help of video conferencing, interacting globally through mails, special assemblies on US Day, Canada Day, Russia Day, etc. Being a part of ISA Project we have endeavored to include all the pupil & faculty members. They have not only developed but strengthened various life skills like literary skill & functional skills, creative & critical thinking, coping with stress & emotions etc. the enthusiastic response from the parents too provided vital impetus to all our efforts. Every journey starts with a single step. The school has initiated an Exchange Programme with Australia & UNESCO. It was a window opening which brought in many visitors & friends from Australia & china under UNESCO Educational & Cultural Exchange. The bonds developed gave a better insight in human relations. We realize the potential to influence the opinion of global citizens of tomorrow. It is our responsibility to groom them into decision makers with equal empathy for people from different parts of the world & work consistently towards our school motto “Indian Values Global Outlook”.
-Anuradha Govind


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