Languages (English, Hindi & Sanskrit)
The ability to think and communicate through a verbal language is God’s greatest gift to us the Homo Sapiens. A language is a mind’s vocal instrument, the composition ensuing from which is our gateway to the world around us. To acquire an expertise of the power of expressions is our motto and aim. Regular interaction of all the students through a charged, lively and very animated exchange of views is painstakingly sought in all the language classrooms and workshops. PHOTO WITH MIKE
The Mathematical concepts are driven home through a series of various methodologies where students’ involvement in the classroom is initiated, motivated and acquired. MATHS THEN BECOMES THE BEST PLAYMATE.IN THE MATHS LAB PHOTO
Science (Physics , Chemistry & Biology Streams) LAB PHOTOS
Divine curiosity and a child like impetus to play are the driving forces of a true investigator. All efforts to achieve that scientific bend of mind through curiosity evoking queries, quizzes and projects is the purpose of every science class. All inventions and discoveries take a new meaning in the science labs, project work shops, surroundings and even in homes through an impetus of such magnitude by our students and teachers that Darwin & Newton get reincarnated.
Social Studies ACTIVITY PHOTOS
Man is a social animal and no man can be an island on his own. His need to be with others of his species, to create a world of his own with them, to originate customs, traditions, systems that enable him to live in a society to cultivate a sense of functioning together. Carefully planned civilizations, governments, laws, and policies have been the governing factors of an ever evolving era of numerous civilizations. A keenness to understand the guiding policies is inculcated in the students through group discussions, view exchange sessions and through enacting the fascinating facts of History that is always so intriguing to the modern world. THROUGH OUR UNIQUE METHODS OF TEACHING AND LEARNING
Man has always revered those element of Nature which have kept him alive, the SUN, THE EARTH, THE WATER, THE FIRE, THE AIR have all had their special significance in all faiths irrespective of birth or origin. The geologists & environmentalist’s never ending quest of exploring and understanding the awesome phenomenon called NATURE have led them to various destinations in the universe. A class that is to be armed to investigate & not just wonder at the twinkling little star – is the class of the KIDDY’S student – the class of the FUTURE OF OUR PLANET.
The saying today is that a healthy attitude lives in a healthy being. A body that is weak, tired and deficient cannot harbour a happy mind that will think optimistically. It is only a body that is strong and fit, that enables us to have a strength of character, and of purpose. Regular Aerobics, Yoga and other simple Drills and exercises to build a healthy body, team games, and sports championship events, through intra and inter level meets to develop a sense of teamship and a healthy competitive attitude to conquer every challenges – is the objective of physical education classes .PHOTOS
Value Education PHOTO
Sanskar’ a word that conjures a kaleidoscope of virtues, of humaneness. The light that leads us through the unknown, the unseen, dark areas of life, is the light that is within us. A child’s, graduation from one stages of life to other, is often very complex. We at KIDDY’S strive very hard to Make this transformation wonderfully simple and beautiful through our regular sessions on attitudes, and life values. An interaction with experts, with progressive & humane minds often results in turning a humble caterpillar into an exquisitely beautiful butterfly.
Performing and Creative Art PHOTOS
A thing of beauty is a joy, forever and man’s quest for all modern & technical expertise, is always in a dire need to be balanced by an outlet to express himself freely on a platform, be it of canvas, of paper, of clay, of stones, of characters, of melodies or of symphonies. This Prowers is tapped recognised and acknowledged through regulars creative & performing art classes frequent camps, programmes and competitions conducted for Painting, Drawing, Music, Dance etc.
1. Politeness and good manners make a favourable impression, rudeness and vulgarity make a bad one.
1. Pupils in class should stand when a visitor enters the room, they should remain standing unless or until told to sit in which case they should stand again when the visitor leaves.
2. Pupils wishing to enter the class-room, when the teacher is in the room, should wait outside the door for permission to enter.
3. If a teacher or any adult drops anything it is polite to pick it up for them.
1. Always stand smartly to attention when spoken to by a teacher or by elders. Do not lounge with hands in the pockets.
2. If you have to pass close from in front of anyone, always “Excuse me”.
3. When speaking to visitors in School, address ladies as ‘Madam’ and gentlemen as ‘Sir’.
4. If you did not hear properly what was said to you, always say, “I beg your pardon.”
5. Cultivate the habit of quite, controlled movement and speech.
1. Treat old people with respect and help them whenever they need it.
2. Say “Thank you” for any service done to you.
1. It would be courteous to say, “Can I help you”? to any stranger in the school building, who obviously does not know the way round or need some help.
2. If you are seated in a crowded bus and an old person gets in and finds no vacant seat, it is polite for you to stand up and offer yours.
3. Boys should greet with respect teachers and adults known to them with both hands joined in a “Namaste”.
1. Chewing gum, sweets etc. in public is not polite and is forbidden in the class-room.
2. Do not talk in the library. Consultations, if any, should be in whisper.
3. If you must cough or sneeze in public do it quietly into a hand-kerchief, and refrain from doing it, if you possibly can.
1. When greeting people it is better to say. “Good Morning” “Good Afternoon” etc. than “Hello”.
2. Always stand a side, if you are about to enter a room at the same time as an adult comes and go in afterwards.
3. In the class or in the hall when the teacher or speaker is talking to the class or to the assembly, keep silence.