Growing up is the best phase of life.

As a child, we always tend to think that when we grow up, life would be so cool: we can attend parties, stay up late and be free from homework. But once you grow up, you realise that it’s not so much fun. Newer problems and responsibilities surface.

Grown-up life is very complicated. It is full of responsibilities, tough decisions and choices. Being a child, however, is all about loving life without any expectation or worries.

Grown-ups have to deal with things like marriage, kids, buying  a home, getting a job and more. And when you have kids, you reminisce on the memories of your childhood. You remember the fun you had in school, the friends you made, the games you played, the group studies, the camps and visits, the frenetic activity and tension of exams, the favourite teachers and the stay overs with friends.

Wow! Looks like warm, fond memories from the past just flashed in front of your eyes. 

As a parent, it is time you let your child have the same experiences, in fact, let his, or hers, be even better. It’s always a joy for every parent to imagine children living their lives, enjoying their childhood and making lifelong friends.

Education is the greatest gift that our parent’s have given us. It is the gift that we will give to our children, in turn. Choosing the right school for your child has a lot to do will shaping a child’s future. It is in the school that your child will receive education, become aware of and get exposed to, different subjects, children from other backgrounds, activities and more. This helps your child and you to firm up what his, or her interests are and where the child’s talents really lie. 

It is in the school, where your child will discover, grow up, hone his, or her talents and develop into a beautiful human being. That only means that when it comes to deciding a school, you should choose wisely.

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parent reflections

We were surprised when Suhani explained to us the respiratory and digestive systems.It was taught to her wonderfully at school using visual aids.
Thanks a lot!

Parent of Suhani Bijlani, Foundation A

The one page handwriting practice from the Newspaper is very helpful. Not only does it help my son improve his handwriting, but it also makes him aware of what is happening in the world. He chooses his favorite news each day and practices.

Mother of Ayush, PYP 4A

I would like to thank you and appreciate your hardwork, support and understanding towards my daughter. The inquiry fair held at the school was excellent. I found Geona to be very confident and smart when she was performing at the fair. Thank you for giving her this opportunity and showing faith in her.

Mother of Geona, 1-B

My daughter taught her cousins and friends about articles, vowels and rhymes during her summer vacation. Even taught me the ascending and descending order using our family tree as an example. She also teaches our maid English conversation skills like 'How are you?', 'I am fine', etc.

Mother of Samruddhi Gupta

My son spoke on topics taught at school without any hesitation. This shows that he has understood these topics well. I am very happy with my son's progress. Thank you.

Mother of Dhruv Shah

Ayush knows his poems and the national anthem really well. He asks for permission before doing someting. He also enjoys yoga at school and practices those asanas at home as well.

Parent of Ayush Kapoor

When we were dealing with a unit on communication, Sanika inquired how plants and animals communicate. We were surprised as it was not included in the topic. This showed that she reflected being an enquirer.

Parent of Sanika, Grade 2

My daughter has shown positive development thanks to the training and learning she is receiving at school. She is willing to help people, she even helps me and her father in our everyday activites. It is amazing to see how she is practically applying her learnings from school in her daily life. We are quite happy with her conduct and would like to sincerely thank her teachers and the entire management.

Mother of Urja Kothari