Each year is a Kaleidoscope of events.
The year begins with the Student's Council Election, Investiture, Parent's Orientation
meeting, Tree Plantation and so on...
Class- wise projects, debate, extempore, elocution, recitation, story telling, quiz, fancy
dress, shloka chanting, poster making, card making, mehendi, collage making, rangoli, flower
arrangement, salad decoration, maths & science olympiads are the regular features in which
each and every student is involved.
PLANNING - PURPOSE AND PHILOSOPHY :
The purpose of this guide is to inform students and parents
about good practices and quality education within the school. Quality education is supported
by sound planning. Planning helps to translate changes and reforms in curriculum, into plans
and practices which provide a supportive environment in school extending it to the
classroom. Planning syllabus and projects help the students to venture into their
capabilities and help unfold their hidden talents. The diary planning consists of term wise
syllabus, rules and regulations of the school, class wise evaluation system, exemption and
promotion rules, holiday list, etc. In addition to these, important International and
National Days, Ambe Days and Colour Days are included. SCHOOL ALMANAC consists of all
activities related to child's overall growth and development.
Curriculum forms the basis of any educational institution. But it alone does not suffice for
the all round development of a child. For the balanced growth of the mental, physical,
social, intellectual and educational aspect of a child, scholastic as well as co-scholastic
activities play a predominant role. With the sole motive to enhance confidence, self esteem,
leadership, creativity, team spirit, patriotism, sympathy, empathy in a child, various
activities and competitions are conducted under the guidance and supervision of able hands,
uplifting the areas of literature, art, music, dance, drama and technology - thus preparing
the child to face the challenges of the world outside.
VALUE EDUCATION :
Ambe Group of Schools is at par with changing times and is
always committed to improve academics as and when required. Young minds are like blank
slates. Providing an education on values at a very young age can ensure that they are guided
by these principles throughout life. Value refers to standard of one's behaviour. By
fostering an environment where core values are a focal point, it enables students to
logically grapple with the moral life & encourages healthy brain development & growth.
Different values are taught as a component within the lessons related to objects and people.
As parents and educators, we are children's biggest influence & it is our responsibility to
teach our youth about core values so that they may grow up to be more caring, confident and
SPECIAL DAYS CELEBRATION :
There is no blue print for change. As the world goes global, so
does the celebrations. National and International days like World Blood Donors Day, Women's
Day, National Science Day etc. are observed globally to mark important aspects of human life
and history. This helps us to raise awareness on the issues and focus on its importance,
celebrate and commemorate an event to create a better world. But due to the constraint in
geographical, social and cultural background it may not be possible to celebrate these days
in the prescribed way everywhere.
AMBE DAYS :
Ambe Days are therefore uniquely designed to discover new ideas,
share insight, transform perception and take action towards better learning. Every month has
a comprehensive and meaningful days best suited to the local environment which are aimed at
evoking interest, concern, curiosity, creativity etc. in the child. Ambe Days are so planned
that information regarding the importance of day is provided and meaningful activities take
place in form of celebration. There are certain Ambe Days which are celebrated for the whole
year round as they form an integral part of human life.
COLOUR DAYS :
Colour is the most fulfilling element in human life and
therefore it directly influences our well-being and mood. Colour being a language it becomes
easier to inculcate certain abstract concepts in simpler ways into the life of a child.
Colour days like any other special days are so arranged in each month at junior level that
the students are allowed to wear that colour dress and come to school. Teachers make these
special colour days 'fun excuse' for teaching and learning in a play way method.
As learning is a lifelong process and its root being in a school, to channelize various
aspects of child like mental, physical, social, intellectual and imbibe values, ethics,
mannerisms, punctuality, special days are designed and planned. These days become means to
enhance social interaction, leadership, healthy interaction, self discipline, self
confidence etc. and channelize their energies in fruitful activity, refresh the burdened
mind and boost in their self esteem, fostering sense of accountability and responsibility in
the students. Each child should have the zeal and drive to celebrate these days and be the
mediator in further transmitting these values beyond the school
Soon after the morning prayers, activities related to that day
are carried on.
It is hereby expected from the parents / guardians and children
that they put their maximum efforts to observe and follow these days honestly and sincerely.
New Education Policy -2020 : HOUSE CLUB
Ambe group of schools always tries to do something different
providing better learning environment to the students. As we are aware that the NEW NATIONAL
EDUCATION POLICY- 2020 highlights the 6C's, which include an increased emphasis on
co-curricular activities, critical thinking, communication, continuous review, creativity,
and culture. All these aspects have to be driven by 5V's that include an emphasis on values,
vedas, virtue, vocational education, and versatility.
Therefore, complying with the NEP-2020 we have introduced CLUB ACTIVITIES (Eco club, Math
club, Science & Tech. club, Art & Craft club etc.) in the school curriculum for Classes I to
School clubs create small communities. Club activities help students develop sense of unity
and teamwork, learning how to work with others in reaching the same goals. They help
learners develop social skills. Students learn from each other whether they are working on
one project or separate projects. They are not only receiving insights from their teachers
or club advisers but also from their classmates and peers. They gain new perspectives and
also learn the importance of respecting another person's viewpoint. They are able to
discover that they can actually be productive and successful in many other ways outside the
For the smooth working of Club Activities, students are divided in three groups based on
their intellectual level, wherein three club activities will be conducted. The groups are :-
A) Classes I & II B) Classes III to V and C) Classes VI to VIII.
These clubs will be on rotational basis and each will be conducted for two and a half months
(3 Quarters in total). Displays/exhibitions of the work done in clubs by the students will
For the students of classes I & II, a scrap book will be used to portray the club
activities, while students of classes III to VIII will make use of project paper, colour
paper or chart paper for each club activity and make working/non working models for the
By participating in extracurricular activities, students learn lessons in leadership,
teamwork, organization, analytical thinking, problem solving, time management, learning to
juggle many tasks at once and it also allows them to discover their talents as well as helps
in boosting their level of confidence & their sense of independence in the school curriculum
for classes I to VIII.