Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is important in primary education because it enables kids to search for the information they need and to organize what they have found. As children progress through the school system, they become increasingly responsible for their own learning. We believe that ICT needs to be better integrated into curricula so we introduced computer literacy from first standard.
Today ICT is a global phenomenon, and children who are computer literate at an early stage of their lives might deal better with the modern world. A sound knowledge of ICT makes it much easier for children to find and organize information.
To ensure joyful learning, we provide education through a Smart Class concept; a concept that completely revises the goals of education from inside out. This is a unique method of teaching/learning with new dynamic assessments which lead to the world’s most personalized programme of learning for every child. Latest technology is used to give demonstration classes to the students in various subjects with the help of a computer, projector, an interactive board, CD’s and DVD’s.
Doctors and surgeons in the days to come enhance their skills in the Science club. Students engrossed in microscopes experimenting with Saffrainine and haemotoxylin will no doubt in the days to come be the pillars of the nation.
Students are enjoying their learning amidst flasks and measuring cylinders. Bunsen burner and funnels are their close associates and they love the ambience of porcelain dishes, burettes, tongs, reagent bottles and chemicals. Each day in lab experimenting is a step ahead in making of a budding scientist.
The speed of light is very high but higher is the speed of thought. Young SR inventors prove this every day in the Science Club. A new concept every day is a regular feature with Triodes, diodes, galvanometers and ammeter. Learning is in real terms inspiring among VernierCallipersscrew gauges and potentiometers.
Practical Class is one of the great ways to be thoughtful which is the perfect utility for students to do their maximum out of it. Learning is concerned not only with theory but also with practical classes.
Mathematics Club is a platform where students can approach the subject practically, in a way that leads to better understanding. Here students are allowed to spend more time in doing practical sessions.
Under the guidence of expert teachers, the Mathematics Club provides various options for innovative ways of studying maths. Jigsaw puzzles, abacus, measurements, shapes, figures – all these terms are now not confined to books and classrooms.
When kids are encouraged to express themselves and take risks in creating art, they develop a sense of innovation that will be important in their adult lives. “The kind of people society needs to make it move forward are thinking, inventive people who seek new ways and improvements, not people who can only follow directions,” says Kohl. “Art is a way to encourage the process and the experience of thinking and making things better!”
Studies show that there is a correlation between art and other achievement. A report by Americans for the Arts states that young people who participate regularly in the arts (three hours a day on three days each week through one full year) are four times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement, to participate in a math and science fair or to win an award for writing an essay or poem than children who do not participate.