from the principal’s desk pg 3 from the vice principal’s desk pg 4 path of empathy pg 5 a great place to learn pg 6 readers become leaders pg 7 quest for excellence pg 8 enchanting experience pg 9 trails to triumph pg10 play…the highest form of learning pg11 aiming for perfection pg12 activity to creativity pg13 young explorers pg14
from the principal’s desk “education is the powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”- apj abdul kalam education gives the platform to learn and earn many things like knowledge and experience and at the same time it gives the feather to fly high and spread the wings in their personal traits. school is the place where young minds are tapped, touched and shaped. it helps to reach the unreached and to build a value based society to lead a life in a harmonious way. the child “academically, emotionally and physically to face the challenges in future. teaching nurtures learning and our ethos at ism is to encourage and support the students to achieve their fullest potential. it gives me immense pleasure to be part of this coterie for all the success in their endeavor. dr rajeev kumar chauhan principal
from the vice principal’s desk “early childhood education is the key to the betterment of society” - maria montessori the early years in children are crucially important as it influences their learning abilities and shapes their understanding of the world around them. positive experiences help nurture and create a healthy learning environment for the child. children are receptive to a wide range of experiences. educators should understand that what is included or excluded from the curriculum affects how children learn, develop and understand the world. the essence of the pre-primary section at ism is to provide a multidisciplinary environment by making learning an exciting part of chronological years. the tenor of pre-primary ensures that children in their early years are physically and mentally active. here, we create an atmosphere which is filled with vibrant colours, sounds, smells, touch and tastes. our curriculum supports the holistic development of each child and highlights the importance of life-long dispositions such as perseverance, appreciation, respect and accountability along with formal education. the whole endeavour of education is integrated with the development of values and this goes hand in hand with the collaborative efforts of the parents and teachers, whom i sincerely thank for making this venture beautiful. their mrs. prema george vice principal (pre - primary section)
path of empathy ‘seeing with the eyes of another, listening with the ears of another and feeling with the heart of another...’ is the language of empathy. helping young children to develop a strong sense of empathy is beneficial as it helps them to build a tolerance, security, encourages acceptance and promote good mental health. sense of studies show that around 2 to 3 years of age, children start to show genuine empathy. at ism, we envelop the students with love, kindness and courtesy which in turn will help them to build a new environment in the path of empathy. further, it is channelized through stories, funnelled with experiences and exhibited through life skills. empathy is an effective and a powerful tool to change the world. too old to dream a new dream” “you are never -c.s.lewis
a great place to learn long way kindergarten goes a in overall development of a child. it nurtures, supports and prepares students for their formal learning. in ism, our curriculum consists of knowledge and skills to be acquired in the educational journey as well as plans for experiences through which children’s learning will take place. we understand the various capabilities of our students and have created a comfortable syllabus for their overall development. experiences like in curricular and co-curricular activities help them to excel in various spheres. here, we lay the right foundation to accomplish a favourable outcome for years to come. reading books, continuous participation
readers become leaders
quest for excellence
enchanting experience rhymes day rhymes day
trails to triumph
play…the highest form of learning
aiming for perfection
activity to creativity colouring and drawing are two of the earliest and simplest activities children does, it is extremely beneficial for the development of fine motor skills and also train the brain to focus. as free - form colouring and drawing are introduced, where kids nurture their creativity. in either case, learning can be introduced according to the child’s ability and age.
young explorers make way agatha christie and sherlock homes for our nature sleuths explored… grass blades, barks of trees, tiny flowers … all fall prey to our lenses. as children explore their surroundings, the ability to magnify objects like insects, leaves, plants, and rocks, will encourage their curiosity and develop their interest in science.
is “education the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” nelson mandela