The major area of focus at St. Soldier’s School has been to enhance the analytical thinking of students and make learning a journey of discovery where children can find encouragement, scope and nourishment for their inquisitive minds, says Neera M Singh, Manager, St. Soldier’s School, Panchkula, in an interview with Elets News Network (ENN).
Today, St. Soldier’s School is a renowned name in the education domain of the country. How has been the journey and what has been its guiding mission?
St. Soldier’s School started its journey in 1984. The school’s journey portrays the perfect blend of utmost intellect and innovation. Latest teaching techniques and well-qualified faculty have made St. Soldier’s the important contributor to innovative global and futuristic education. The ambition of our founder has always been the guiding force behind all our endeavours and is seeing fruition in developing good human beings having holistically developed personalities.
What practices are followed at St. Soldier’s School to groom students and nurture their inherent talent?
St. Soldier’s School earnestly endeavours to rely on individual attention, personal care, affection and encouragement, while imparting education to the students. Our school provides a high-quality academic environment with dedicated teaching staff. The perfect amalgam and balance of academics along with the co-curricular activities is given the utmost importance in the school.
As the activities like student learning and their assessment have undergone a sea change, how does St. Soldier’s School evaluate students?
Education is much beyond students’ examination scores. It’s about differentiating right from wrong in today’s society, keeping the moral values intact and adding value to what a student has already learnt. Therefore, St. Soldier’s School helps the children to develop an insight about the world around and push their thinking in various areas of interest. Small group instructions and activities as well as personalised attention for all the learners allow the teachers to thoroughly assess them during their work.
These days IT is playing an enabler’s role in many fields including education. What kind of IT-based solutions have been adapted by the school for student’s development?
In the age of IT, computers have truly become a necessity and practical knowledge has to be placed on an equal footing as theoretical knowledge. Keeping in view the same, there are two computer labs in our school wherein the computers are connected with broadband and Internet facility is provided to the students for reference work. There is a 3D lab in the school facilitating the children to expand their horizon by visualisation. The Robotics lab provides a platform to the students to learn and hone their technical and scientific skills.
What is the vision and mission of your school?
The major area of focus at St. Soldier’s has been to enhance the analytical thinking of a student and make learning a journey of discovery where children can find encouragement, scope and nourishment for their inquisitive minds.