Extensive learning opportunities for your child at Nahar International School

As parents, you have more school choices available now than at any time in recent history. With growing awareness among parents, they too may want to consider asking questions about opportunities for involvement beyond the typical school day, such as parent volunteering and after school programs. Do parents volunteer in and outside the classroom? Is there an active PTA? How often do parents meet with their child’s teacher? How do teachers and the administration keep parents informed? Do students have opportunities to participate in extracurricular activities? How is participation encouraged or discouraged?
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Take time to learn about the options, understand each school’s educational programs and philosophies, and seek insight into the unique culture and community. After all, you are not only finding the best match for your child to thrive and grow, you are looking for a school to call home for several years.

Schools like Nahar International encourage the free spirit in every curious mind to imbibe, absorb, contribute and create new ideas and lines of thinking. The vision of the school is to develop socially responsible global citizens in a safe, creative and educationally challenging environment that encourages collaboration and the achievement of individual excellence through self-discovery.

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Mission of the School: We shall aim to raise a generation founded on life values of Honesty, Respect, Responsibility and Citizenship. The students of our school shall compete only with their own abilities, striving to improve their own record. We shall strive to inculcate a passion for learning and a curiosity about the world, making our students learners for life. We shall fortify our students with the ability to discipline their own study experience. For our students, the frontiers of learning shall extend beyond books and into the enrichment provided by art, drama, music and sports. Every student of our school will be an asset to the community, applying his knowledge and thinking, to the betterment of it, through community service. Our ambition is to produce Global Citizens of the 21st Century by exposing them to world issues and perspectives.

Nahar International School is participating in ‘Educationista -Times Prestigious Schools Exhibitions’ at Bombay Exhibition Center (Goregaon) on 11th-12th November’17.

We look forward to see parents whose children look forward to going to school every day and being immersed in learning and in those things that most schools want them to learn.

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International Schooling in India at Kodaikanal International School

Today, parents have a plethora of Educational Boards to choose from and enroll their children into. It is no longer just the SSC (Secondary School Certificate) or ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education).
logoIn order to be considered as an actual International school, it is widely agreed that a school generally follows a national or an international curriculum different from that of the host country. Additionally, an emphasis is placed on International Education (with such programs as the IB or Cambridge) and global citizenship.

The international school market has experienced explosive growth over the past 10 years with the number of international schools more than doubling across the globe. This past year alone, 345 new schools were added to the network of thousands of international schools worldwide. ISC Research, a UK-based organization dedicated to analyzing, researching and tracking developments in the international school market, calculates that there are currently over 2.8 million students enrolled in international schools around the world.

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Kodaikanal International School (KIS), an unique school with an extraordinary history and tradition spanning well over a hundred years! Their keen focus is on students, commitment to quality and dedication to continuous improvement empowering their students to handle whatever life may throw at them. Their greatest strength lies in their commitment to community – crafting together on a shared vision.

From the establishment in 1901 as an American residential school for the children of missionaries in South India, there were many milestones, including a number of ‘firsts’ – from when they became the first IB school, first International School in India (and the third in Asia) by adopting the International Baccalaureate Diploma program in 1976 among only nine other schools worldwide; to when they became the first school in India to have its own separate campus for camping and outdoor activities in 1994.

As their Principal, Corey Stixrud, once said: “Learning happens when we learn directly about a new culture…not from a textbook but from our roommate, or a new friend. Learning grows out of our successes and our failures. It happens when we study, work, talk, play, pray, share, reflect, argue…and when we make up. Granted, it doesn’t happen all the time, but a community that is imbued with the spirit of learning finds that learning is an ongoing continuous process.”

And this philosophy has paid off – their graduates, aside from growing into well-developed and well-adjusted world citizens, consistently achieve higher results than world averages in IB and SAT examinations – and 100% of KIS students who apply gain entry to colleges and universities worldwide. The KIS High School Diploma is US accredited and also allows KIS graduates direct entry to Indian universities.

Their Mission Statement: Kodaikanal International School is an autonomous residential school with a broad college-oriented curriculum, serving young people from a wide diversity of cultures. The School’s academic program is intentionally set within a community life based on the life and teaching of Jesus Christ and devoted to service in India and the whole human community.

Kodaikanal is one of the International Schools that are participating in Educationista – ‘Times Prestigious Schools Exhibition’ which is taking place across 8 states in 13 cities this year. Educationista Exhibitions is a sole platform for schools and parents to come together and understand schooling in a better way through educational seminars and queries that will be answered by topic Educationista from their field.

We look forward for parents to get educated on different aspects starting from the Boards to the new methodology, before they choose the right schools for their children.

Visit Kodaikanal School at Bombay Exhibition Centre, Goregaon on 11th-12th Nov 2017.

To know more, Connect with us at +91 9820024991 or visit http://educationistaindia.com/
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Fulfill your child’s Potentials at Pathways Schools!

Education in India is geared up towards imparting and testing knowledge at every level. “Give a person a fish and you feed him one day, teach him how to catch fishes and you feed him for a lifetime.” If you teach a student a skill, you enable him for a lifetime such are the thoughts of Pathway Schools.

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Pathways School provides an education that enables the students to fulfill their potential – be it social, intellectual, academic, sporting or cultural. They do so not only because these potentials, fully developed, are useful, economically marketable or aesthetically rewarding but because they also want every single student of their school to find something that they are good at.

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The extensive range of activities offered in the school enables all their students to find something that they can excel in. In this way they come to an appreciation of their worth as individuals and gain the self-esteem and self-confidence to which we aspire as the hallmark of our graduates.

They recognize that, in a rapidly changing world, few of their students will follow a single career for the whole of their adult lives. To cope with these career changes they will need flexibility of mind and the intellectual curiosity to continue learning well into adulthood.

They espouse a variety of teaching models in order to produce students who can think critically, synthesise and transform, experiment and create. In short, They aim to equip their students for the 21st Century. The school’s teaching methods are thus far removed from the didactic approaches traditional in many countries.

Pathways is much more than an orderly environment. The school’s disciplinary systems, from the day that students enter the school, aim to make them realise that they must all take the responsibility for their own actions. This realisation is fundamental to bringing their students to a preference for self-discipline over imposed discipline. In an increasingly dysfunctional world, they regard values such as responsibility, honesty, courage, loyalty, tolerance and respect for others as the building blocks of a stable society.

While Pathways draws much of its inspiration from international models, it also embraces the Indian perspective. They try to give their students not only an understanding of their own, or host country, but also a teaches them to value its people, cultural diversity and a willingness to do something for it.

They also seek to encourage amongst the students, an appreciation for India’s immense richness and variety of natural resources, as well as a commitment to their protection and preservation for future generations. Expeditions to more remote areas and community service programmes are intended to break down the isolation created by privilege, exposing their students to a reality outside their own experience, so that they may learn to cope with unexpected difficulties and mature in the process.

Respect for the environment grows out of respect for one’s own person. A comprehensive programme of talks and seminars on personal hygiene, sexuality, drugs and family relationships is held each year at appropriate levels in the school.

Vision: Pathways aims to build and nurture a community of thinking, compassionate world citizens, who are committed to living with responsibility, learning with enthusiasm and balancing a strong work ethos with a sense of play.

It is their mission to ensure that in a safe, tranquil, stimulating and intellectually challenging environment, all students shall have ample opportunity to:

Imbibe universal values;
Identify and fulfill academic, cultural, sporting and social potential through multiple paths to learning;
Acquire habits of curiosity, reflection, mental flexibility, independence and self-discipline;
Attain skills and attitudes for life in a rapidly changing world;
Develop a respect and concern towards the environment;
Maintain openness and respect in the face of racial, cultural, religious and linguistic diversity.

Pathways Group of Schools are a part of “Educationista -Times Prestigious Schools Exhibition“. Parents, students and School authorities are most welcome to visit the Schools at Jaipur on 9th-10th December 2017 at Birla Auditorium and Ranchi on 16th-17th December at Hotel BNR Chanakya.

For more information, connect to us on 9820024991

Education not just Intellectual but the education of Humanity…

They say a child will learn all the languages you teach him until he is of the age of 5years old, what if there is so much to learn as life lessons…have you learnt that yet? By the time you realize life has gotten to you, death will be waiting to embrace you beautifully just the way the ocean takes away all the teachings from the land~

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We all were told to be bright as students, be it peer- pressure or the society norms… We all end up growing and feeding ourselves enough to survive, but had your school been able to teach you Education of human perspective and person Behavior skills?

Kewl this is it, then it’s now or never! Now days there is a study that empowers and motivates people know more about what they feel, there are expressive arts and Dance therapies to get the inhabitations out of a person.

Parents who have not gotten what they desired now have realized how important it is to succeed in the things you are passionate about.

Eg; If Lata Mangeshkar was asked by her parents to become an engineer and Sachin Tendukar to become a Doctor, We as a country would fail in our norms of having the fundamental rights of having a voice. We would have not had either of them flourishing talents become Role models for the children of today.

We do not need Counselors to tell us how/ what we feel within ourselves. Educate yourself to be outspoken and free of any barriers that stop you from being a good person. The least we can do in this world is to educate ourselves to be Kind.

You need to sail your own ship for it to navigate it into a direction you want to go…so is educating yourself!