A show next month seeks to expose discerning Indian families to the concept of a UK boarding school education, what that choice entails and the numerous benefits that such an experience can bring for a student.
The findings, from the education consultancy ISC Research, fuel fears that a rising number of maths and science teachers are being poached from British state schools to teach wealthy children in Asia and the Middle East.
Started in the year 1966 as a small school, Lovely Public Senior Secondary School in New Delhi has blossomed into a full-scale educational institution and works steadily on its vision of “Let’s move to a better future”. The school follows the CBSE curriculum. Dr Bhawana Malik as the Principal is at the helm of the school.
Started in 1999, Darshan Academy (a school under Darshan Education Foundation, established by a distinguished scientist and spiritual Master Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj), Jalandhar includes pre-primary classes through to high school and is registered with CBSE. The school is headed by Dinesh Singh as its Principal.
Fondly called “SANDEEPNI”, Modern Sandeepni School has carved a niche for itself as a small but friendly boarding school in Pathankot, Punjab, India. Following CBSE syllabus and with ISO 9001-2000 certification, the school has four wings - namely Play way group, Junior school, Middle school, and Senior school. Neeraj Mohan Puri has been the principal since 2001.
Children differ widely in how well they do at school. In recent years, researchers have shown that around two-thirds of differences in school achievement can be explained by differences in children’s genes.
Sue Wilkinson, the chief executive of the Association for Physical Education (AfPE), was crossing the road on a Friday afternoon when she tripped and fell. As a former gymnast, she knew how to fall. Wilkinson picked herself up, brushed herself down and carried on.
NEW DELHI: The 2018 Annual International Career and College Counseling (IC3) Conference acknowledged that India's 350 million students, the biggest student population in the world, needs at least 1.4 million career counsellors to maintain a globally acceptable student-to-school-counsellor ratio.
HYDERABAD: Promotion of sports at the school-level is the need of the hour. Scouting for talent and then grooming them at a young age is the only mantra which can transform the sporting landscape of the nation.
The 2018 Annual International Career and College Counseling (IC3) Conference that concluded on August 30 in New Delhi acknowledged that India's 350 million students -- the biggest student population in the world -- need at least 1.
Hailakandi: Graham Middle School here has emerged as the first school in Hailakandi district to achieve 100 per cent success in measles-rubella (MR) vaccination. The school has vaccinated all the 150 students on its roll, drawing appreciation from the district administration.
Guwahati: The Assam education department has failed to contain school dropouts. The minutes of the project approval board meeting on Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan have revealed that the education department has failed to keep its promise to reduce school dropouts in lower and upper primary schools.
Inspiring women scientists. Can you guide a spacecraft into orbit around Mars and cook for eight people morning and night? Yes, if you get up at 5am, and your name is BP Dakshayani. Here the former head of flight dynamics and space navigation for the Indian space agency explains how she did it - and the housework too.
From the three-legged race to the 100m sprint, generations of children —not to mention their parents — have used school sports day to show off their athletic prowess. Now such traditions appear to be falling out of favour as head teachers seek to focus more on the taking part and less on the winning.
A boarding school with stellar A-level results has quit the annual league tables saying that they fail to reflect “modern all-round education”. Peter Green, headmaster of Rugby School, also expressed frustration that schools which play the system to boost their ranking, often to the detriment of their pupils, are not identified by those compiling the tables.
Computer science is truly for anyone, and the ability for anyone to learn it is a goal that we should all work towards. My experiences in computer science as a student, teacher, and curriculum developer have given me a perspective on the state of computer science education that I would love to share with all of you.
Navy Children School,based in Visakhapatnam and started in 1965 by Navy Education Society, works towards its motto “Knowledge Embellishes” and vision to grow towards eternity. Parul Kumar has been working as the Principal of the school since last 2.5 years and with a post-graduation in Food and Nutrition, she proceeded to do her M.Ed while working at schools. She is also equipped with techniques to teach special children.
Saint Soldier Public School, founded in the year 2003, based in Jaipur, follows CBSE curriculum and got its affiliation in 2011. Aruna Suresh has been the principal of the school since the past 6 years and has won the Excellence in Leadership Award from ICAI institute for her accomplishments.
Rosy Public School, situated in Jalalabad, UP, is keen about following an education system that brings out the innate talents of the students, such as fair play, sense of teamwork, and leadership qualities. Sadhna Jha is the principal of Rosy Public School and has enjoyed her role as a teacher and Principal.
Ravinder Singh Bidhan, a passionate educator, is currently working as STEM educator at Agilo Research Pvt Ltd, Ahmedabad. Equipped with an M.Techdegree, he is also a qualified UGC-NET in Electronic Science. He recently got selected as Mentor of Change (Atal Innovation Mission).
Gokul Global School at Sidhpur, Gujarat has been enjoying the governance of Dr.Sudhir Hadke since 2016 and has witnessed many achievements. An able administrator, motivator, sportsman, teachers’ trainer, World Career Counselor and child psychologist,Dr.Sudhir Hadke has about 18 years of experience in various roles at reputed educational institutions.
University freshers are renowned for loving alcohol and noisy parties, much to the annoyance of their long- suffering neighbours. However, young undergraduates are increasingly requesting quiet or alcohol-free accommodation, shunning the usual student lifestyle.
Hundreds of thousands of teenagers will receive their A-level results a week today, beginning a scramble for student accommodation. Leading institutions including Manchester, Cardiff and St Andrews are creating separate blocks in halls of residence for those who want to avoid late-night revelry.
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SCAD World School founded by Dr. S. Cletus Babu is a co-educational English medium school located in National Highway, Pazhaveli, Chengalpet, Chennai with 1,00,000 square feet built up area. The school follows CBSE curriculum and has classes from KG to VIII standards currently and plans to expand in the coming years.
Anjali Yadav, a B.El.Ed from Gargi College, working in VEGA School Gurgaon is very passionate about bringing about a change in the current education model. Right from her college days, Anjali has wanted to be associated with a school where her dreams of planning lessons and making children understand what and why they are learning would come true
Samprasad Selvanayagam, hailing from Kanyakumari, Tamilnadu, has been working as a Science teacher with Ministry of Education, Maldives since 2013. After completing graduation in Chemistry in 2004 and B.Ed in 2012, he found that teaching is his soul- satisfying profession.
Amit Sehgal is the principal of the institution for the past one year and the school follows CBSE curriculum. He has about two decades of experience in the education sector and is a widely travelled personThe school has an atmosphere to guide students to appreciate the world and its varied cultural heritage.
Ashish Bhatnagar as the Principal, Shaoxing International School is based in the town of Keqiao, China. Shaoxing International School offers Cambridge programmes from K-12 and has students from many different nationalities – India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Hong Kong, Singapore, China, Syria, Yemen, and more. This mix provides a great platform for learning and co-existence.
Darshan Academy, Dasuya, which is one of the branches of Darshan Education Foundation, New Delhi, is affiliated to CBSE curriculum. The Principal -Rasik Gupta’s experience in the school has been full of challenges and with the help of his team members, he has been successful in gaining the satisfaction of parents and improving the performance and overall development of the students
Proteach in Nigeria is a company that helps in getting students ready to face international examinations. A huge network of teachers who are highly qualified in as many subjects is associated with Proteach and offer students a personalized coaching based on their learning abilities. Mr. Chiadikaibe Nwarie is a teacher associated with the company for the last 9 months which he says is an excellent experience for him as a teacher who is passionate about his profession.
Established in 2009, Teach For India is a part of the Teach For All Network, a growing group of independent organizations that are working to expand educational opportunity in their nations. Headed by Shaheen Mistri as its CEO, Teach for India was instituted to address the issue of educational inequity at scale.
Ritu Sharma is the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) and Work Experience Coordinator for Science at Shooters Hill Sixth Form College, London, UK. Established in 2002, Shooters Hill Sixth Form College is fully inclusive inner London school with a wide range of diversity and ability levels for students between the ages of 16–19, located in Shooter's Hill in the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, England. It offers GCSE Sciences up to A level and BTEC courses (vocational).
Indus International School, located in Bangalore, has with more than 1200 students from various countries, about 30% of them being residential scholars, the school has up to grade 12 offering IB PYP, IB MYP, IGCSE, and IB DP curricula. Bhargavi Sharma has been teaching science at Indus International School for the last 4 years now after undergoing training in International education.
Ashish Tibdewal is the CEO of the institution and has won the'CEO of the year award' at Times Ascent's 'Dream Companies to Work For. Started in 2004, the school offers ICSE, CBSE, and IGCSE curricula. Every child’s individuality is taken into consideration and guided in every step of the course, encouraging them to experiment and come upon their own strengths and weaknesses themselves. The institution has over 29 branches and 42,000 students to its credit.