In order to induce competitive spirit, the school follows the House System. There are five houses named after our honorable leaders and educationalists.
1) Nehru, 2) Tagore, 3) Subhash, 4) Gandhi, 5) Indira.
Each house is under the charge of a House in-charge. House master/Mistress and prefects (Boys and Girls) who are responsible for the tone of discipline in the school. Students are trained in shouldering the responsibilities through the system.
A well-established house system at the heart of the school fosters a strong sense of belonging.
Work (the process, not the product) is what brings fulfillment of the FIVE MAIN GOALS:
- Concentration: The ability to observe and comprehend, the ability to remain focused on a task for ever-increasing amounts of time.
- Independence: in choices, in decision-making, in care of person and environment and in the responsibility for learning.
- Inner Discipline: necessary for social and academic development
- Purposeful Activity: learning to engage in purposeful activity, as opposed to chaotic or nervous activity.
- Joyful Accomplishment: to experience the feeling of, and the quest for joyful accomplishment (positive experience is what propels a child to accept himself and desire further knowledge).
With these goals in mind, each child is guided in development at FIVE LEVELS:
- Physical – potential learning problems can first be spotted in a young child’s ability to control movements.
- Emotional – young children need patience and guidance to learn to control and express their feelings.
- Intellectual – young children are collectors of knowledge (they absorb it from their environment).
- Mental – to know, to experience, to use all known information for experiments and problem solving.
- Spiritual – develops strength of character, revelation of true personality, and desire to be of service to others.