We combine classroom teaching with laboratory experiments to ensure that our students grasp each and every concept thoroughly. It is also believed that laboratory teaching and experiments help encourage deep understanding in children. Children are able to retain the knowledge for longer when they see the experiments being performed in front of their eyes.
The school has a well-stocked library and with an impressive range covering both fiction and nonfiction, reference books, dailies and magazines. Our rich collection of books is updated regularly and students are encouraged to make full use of this facility to develop a love for books from an early age. In addition, the library also features internet access to facilitate the research activities.
The School has two computer laboratories with 45 computers in each lab accessible to students. It has advanced infrastructure in terms of hardware and software which cater to the requirements of the students, teachers and the curriculum. Computer student ratio is 1:1 in the lab. We upgrade hardware and software continuously to ensure that students have access to latest technology.
The School Dining Hall currently has capacity to seat over 115 students in one shift. It is serviced by a very hygienic kitchen. The Menu is designed by an expert nutritionist and is revised from time to time for better health of children.
Swimming pool (FOR KIDS)
There are many mental and physical advantages when children are swimming in the water. Children find swimming to be more enjoyable than land based exercises. They have fun and exercise simultaneously.
GPS (FOR TRACKING BUS LOCATION)
We have 14 school buses and 4 school vans equipped with latest GPS systems which makes live location tracking of bus possible. The buses can be tracked by parents/guardians through the school app.
CCTV (PREMISES, CLASSROOMS & BUS)
We have installed surveillance technology on school premises, classrooms and buses for students’ safety. We have observed a reduction in mischievous activities after the installation. When students know they are being watched, they are usually on their best behavior.