LOGO STORY

the SCHOOL OF INDIA identity represents the unity of creation formed with five interconnected circles.

The sphere is the most perfect from that makes up the entire cosmos. The interlinked circles signify the oneness of life, and of education, which is the basis of enlightenment

The significance of five is a powerful one and holds deep meaning in diverse cultures.

The five circles in the logo can be interpreted in many ways...

PEOPLE BEHIND SCHOOL OF INDIA

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VISION

To be a role model to all schools in India and globally, to democratize good quality education and build a learning environment that creates socially responsible, balanced global citizens.

MISSION

  • Our mission guides our quest to achieve our vision.
  • To have Pan India footprint across metros, districts head quarters and rural India.
  • To create an autonomous education board that guides and mentors the school, thus helping it emerge as the 'thought leader' in the education space.
  • To build a robust teacher's training system and make them active partners in shaping the future of the school.
  • To impart high quality education in multiple ways to all socio-economic classes and nationalities.
  • To design spaces that are sensitive to the needs of the child and the environment.

TEACHING PHILOSOPHY

While learning about what is happening around the world, we, many a times forget to learn things about our own country. At SCHOOL OF INDIA our teachings are inspired from the rich legacy of India. An India that has contributed so much to the world and has been instrumental in shaping the modern world we see today. We celebrate everything Indian and instill a sense of pride about the country in your child. we help shape a strong foundation so that each child and India has a lot more to share with this world. We have adopted an integrated approach to build the school of tomorrow. Respecting the unity of creation and the oneness of life, our learning environment is synchronized, wholesome and in harmony with nature. the child will discover new things about India, everyday at SCHOOL OF INDIA.

Message from the Principal

Special people make a special school. Education is a shared responsibility, the success of a school depends upon the cooperation of all the stakeholders. ‘Gurukul’ was a structured schooling concept that showcased the significance of holistic development of a child to the world. Inspired by the most efficacious practices that were prevalent in India and new methodologies that are breaking new grounds, we aim to nurture our students who are part of a thriving learning community to reach their potential.

We believe in providing the space for children to widen their horizons. Our endeavour is to enhance their intellectual, emotional and volitional capabilities. Good sportsmanship is cultivated along with athletic skills. The confluence of myriad opportunities will indubitably facilitate the evolution of our students into progressive and conscientious Indians who will contribute immensely to the nation.

The emphasis is on life skill education along with academics, wherein students get in touch with their inner selves and their purpose in life. As the Principal of SCHOOL OF INDIA, I assure you that no stone will be left unturned to develop the quality of this school as it best suits all involved in this fantastic enterprise. I sincerely hope that we can work collaboratively to build a school community that inspires our children throughout their lives.

About Principal

Ms. Udaya Rajesh has had her early education spread over several cities in India. She holds a post graduate degree from Kerala Agricultural University and a bachelor degree in teaching. She started her teaching career in Mumbai and has spent most of her career life in Bangalore with various renowned schools.

Her rich exposure to the curricula has made her a resourceful educator with proven expertise in teaching, supervision and program development. It has enabled her to design and monitor policies that promote a safe learning environment. She has always ensured to nurture a school culture that fosters continuous development for teachers and students alike.

She believes that education should help students to build a strong, safe and self-sustainable community in the future – one that can be achieved with strong value systems, positive attitude, good communication and collaborative skills, critical thinking and creativity.


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