Our Educational Beliefs

  • Following the pathway of ‘Tejasvi Navdhitamastu’’- ‘May Our Knowledge become Brilliant’- Education at SIPS is a participative and collaborative activity and therefore, discussion, interaction and sharing of ideas is an essential and indivisible part of this activity.
  • Education is a process, and therefore re-appraisal and consequent modification of aims, objectives, systems and procedures should be an essential part of this process and we must endeavour to keep it modern, liberal, humane and dynamic.

Education at The Samarth School is a planned endeavour with the objective of developing the character of each child. Our curriculum aims to produce thinkers and innovators in every field. A conducive environment with joyful and meaningful learning experiences is therefore provided by the school to let the child blossom.

At The Samarth School we believe that each child is unique. Each child therefore learns differently. Hence, the learning process adheres to various learning styles catering to each child in the classroom. Opportunity to express oneself is given to everyone. This pedagogy not only broadens the scope of the learning process in the classroom but also instils confidence in the students.

The Samarth School pedagogy is based on the interdisciplinary approach to learning where subjects are linked to one another to provide a holistic view and understanding of each concept to the learner. This triggers the spirit of inquiry, observation and drawing of conclusions in our students.

We believe that learning should be joyful and meaningful therefore, we provide hands on learning experiences to our children which is done through activities such as experiments, surveys, exhibitions, theatre, gardening, sculpture, robotics etc. This helps the child find application and meaning to his classroom knowledge.

Our efficient teachers keep themselves updated with latest information to provide appropriate learning in the classroom. Relevant diagnostic tests and remedial measures are taken for the students who require academic assistance. The teachers also aim at instilling morals and values in each child by including life skills in their subjects.