What are the main achievements of your school over the past year that you would like to highlight?
The school excels in the areas of sports and curricular activities. The school’s girls’ sports team won cricket tournaments at various levels and made the school proud. Beyond academics, students have added more feathers to the school cap by earning positions in the various extra-curricular activities that take place in the Tri-City. We have successfully organized a variety of activities and campaigns to ensure service to our communities and promote a healthy social environment.The emotional well-being of each child is a school priority. continued to be To that end, meditation sessions, EHV (Education of Human Values) programs have helped students balance the post-corona effects.
How are Covid time online class ‘lessons’ incorporated into regular offline mode?
Online classes and technology have emerged as superheroes during lockdown. Teachers and students had the opportunity to explore new learning applications and platforms during class, which helped them develop new skills and abilities and accelerate their growth trajectory.Both offline learning and e-learning go hand in hand. It is relevant and has become an integral part of school education. The future of education will be hybrid. Online learning mode is a boon even if you need it for limited holidays.
What is the percentage of teachers teaching at your school?
We at DCMS believe in maintaining a low student-teacher ratio in our classes. Small class sizes allow teachers to pay more attention to the individual learning needs of every student. Teachers can observe them closely, spot problems and help them more effectively. For 2,200 children, or (about 23:1) he has a team of 96 teachers.
NEP has set new goals for schooling. How far along is that implementation?
answer. The school is ready to redesign its teaching methods and implement bilingual methods in teaching from the junior level. I attend various workshops to understand my academic needs. It’s worth mentioning that the school’s curriculum already focuses on experiential learning, work projects, video blogs, skills education, and HOTS-based quizzes. At schools that NEP2020 regularly proposes.
A vocational education class or skill-building opportunity given to a student.
The 2020 National Education Policy will revise and innovate all aspects of education, embrace the integration of vocational education and academics, instill pride and dignity in the profession through hands-on work, and break stereotypes about education. helps. job role. The school provides a workspace to learn innovation skills in the ATL Lab and develop ideas through hands-on activities, field visits, career counseling sessions, gardening, plantation and grafting, guest lectures, information technology, and more. . Children choose vocational courses based on their interests and aptitudes.
Your vision for your students.
My vision as an educator is to prepare students to run the race of life with confidence and fear. I want them to find purpose in life through education. My vision is to create a collaborative learning environment where students learn from and are inspired by each other. I encourage my students to think critically and dream of becoming strong and thoughtful leaders in the future. Above all, I want them to be constructive and positive role models.
Special efforts for underachievers
We always strive to provide a purposeful education according to the demands of our students. To focus on minors, the school launches an amazing program called Each One, Help One (EOHO). A unique system of peer learning where mentors and mentees clarify concepts in an open and friendly environment. These students receive regular psychological support counseling. In addition, a separate section of EWS students and orphans will be adopted and provided with meals, accommodation, free education, and emotional support for better opportunities to learn and excel in life. Assistance is provided in the form of