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The School Infrastructure


To provide education , suiting the needs of different stages of growing and learning, from the age of three years onwards, the school occupies especially designed and self contained units in sector-14 built up on a plot of more than 8 acres of land, adjacent to Jankidas Kapur Memorial Hospital. It comprises a cluster of separate blocks of building specially designed to suit the needs of different age groups. The school has a backdrop of trees and garden to provide a healthier environment.


THE LOWER PRIMARY ZONE


The adjoining building of the Preparatory (Lower Primary) school, for the age group six years onwards is also especially designed with class rooms including Administrative Block with a foyer and a courtyard. Courtyard is used for indoor games. In this foyer, there are idols of goddess 'Maa Saraswati' and two great philosophers 'Gandhi Ji' and 'Ravinder Nath Tagore Ji' who inspire both children and adults.


FURNISHING & DECOR


The furnishing of the school buildings have been done with imagination. The furniture is multisized, multipurpose and multicoloured. It gets adjusted for individual, group and class activities, both in formal and informal arrangements. One other advantage of this type of furniture is to break the monotony of the classroom atmosphere and allow for the easy cleaning and mopping of floors without much effort. The furniture adds to beau of the room and emphasizes on the display of pin-up boards fixed on the walls.

For the physical development of the students, there is a big playground with colourful swings attached with the Montessori Block, where the children of Pre-Primary and Lower Primary sections play outdoor games.On the whole, decor of the school is suitable for developing a sense of order, harmony and aesthetics.

Since the school methods and systems are not connected to listening and learning from books alone, the decor provides for colours and visuals so mixed up as to prepare the walls, hooks and sills as means of knowing more beyond the prescribed minimum. Murals, frescoes, panels and statuettes are so placed that they give school a look of a temple for learning.