GIIS http://giiscdaily.com Just another WordPress site Fri, 23 Jun 2017 09:52:46 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 Safety and Good Citizenship week http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/23/safety-good-citizenship-week/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/23/safety-good-citizenship-week/#respond Fri, 23 Jun 2017 09:52:46 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10615 A large part of the learning experience in kindergarten and early school years is socialization. Children are learning to cooperate and share with peers, to take part in group activities and talks, and to take responsibility for their own actions and for their own learning. All in all they are preparing themselves to be responsible citizens of a society that thrives on mutual tolerance and love.

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To be good citizens…

A large part of the learning experience in kindergarten and early school years is socialization. Children are learning to cooperate and share with peers, to take part in group activities and talks, and to take responsibility for their own actions and for their own learning. All in all they are preparing themselves to be responsible citizens of a society that thrives on mutual tolerance and love. Global Indian International School observed the Safety and good citizenship week for its pre primary students sensitizing them towards safe and responsible living.

Honesty, compassion for others, respect, responsibility and courage are some of the primary ingredients to live a safe and responsible life and our tiny ones were oriented towards all of these. Teachers had conversations with their students on safety precautions to be taken while playing outdoors, with toys, near hot objects/fire, near water/pool, electric points, medicines kept in house and how to behave with strangers. They were shown videos on safety measures to be followed for road safety and water safety.

Students also indulged in activities like collage making where they stuck pictures of do’s and dont’s to ensure safety. Each class was to make one collage regarding fire safety, electric safety, water safety, hot/sharp objects in the kitchen). A puppet show was held for the students to learn “How to behave with strangers” through the story of Red Riding Hood.

 

 

 

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Are You Monsoon-ready? http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/22/are-you-monsoon-ready/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/22/are-you-monsoon-ready/#respond Thu, 22 Jun 2017 05:25:01 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10613 The post Are You Monsoon-ready? appeared first on GIIS.

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Are You Monsoon-ready?

Dear parents, monsoons are a lot of fun for your kids and they bring out the kid in you too. The thought of drenching in the showers, jumping into puddles, splashing water is exciting. Monsoons set the mood for all sorts of holiday fun and sizzling street food right from a cup of garam chai to a steaming plate of pakodas.

While the rain is a great respite from the scorching summers, it also brings with it flus and infections. Fluctuating temperatures and increasing humidity allow infectious bacteria and viruses to thrive in food and water. High humidity also causes the body’s digestive capacity to go down. Children mostly suffer from common cold, viral fever, indigestion or food poisoning, diarrhoea, etc.

With summer vacations at its tail end, this is the time for kids to gear up to resume school with enthusiasm and good immunity.As parents, do you struggle to pack a healthy breakfast or lunch for your tiny tot? Are you armed enough against the odds of this lovely weather?

A little care and rule setting this season can minimise your troubles greatly. Here are some basic precautions and diet modifications to keep you healthy.

What to avoid:

  1. Roadside food:Chaat, fried food, fruit salads and juices from roadside vendors are left exposed to the air for long. Bacteria and viruses tend to adhere to these items the fastest. The water used is not necessarily safe for consumption. Avoid them as much as possible.
  2. Pre-cut fruits: Avoid fruits that are cut and left to be served (especially in lunchboxes) because most nutrients are lost. Fruit pieces get oxidised due to prolonged exposure to air.
  3. Non-seasonal fruits: Fruits such as muskmelons, watermelons and mangoes (summer fruits) should be avoided in the rains as they are common causes of cold and loose motions. Mangoes sold in rains are from old stocks and often infested with worms which are not easily noticeable.
  4. Seafood:Vendors mostly sell old stocks as monsoon is the breeding season for fish and seafood. So it is best avoided. Stick to eggs, chicken and other meat which is cooked well and can be eaten immediately.
  5. Dairy & Bakery products:Milk tends to cause nausea as it spoils quickly due to humidity. Milk can be consumed at home immediately after boiling. Avoid cold milk especially milkshakes. Dairy products also must not be opted for, as the rate at which they expire is higher in this season.
  6. Leafy vegetables: It may sound counter-intuitive as everyone has stressed on their intake enough! But the dampness and grime on them are a happy home to bacteria. Say no to spinach, cabbage & cauliflower.
  7. Getting wet: Rain water is not necessarily safe due to the high amount of pollutants that retain in the atmosphere. Cold, cough, fevers are common.

While there is a long list to dampen your spirits, there are a host of things you CAN DO to avoid the monsoon demons!

Tips to stay healthy:

Catch the cold before it catches you: Build your child’s immunity with fruits like litchees, jamuns, cherries, peaches, plums which are rich in Vitamin C, potassium and fibre. They not only improve immunity to fight viruses but also aid in digestion.

Healthy snack:Pack a tiffin full of litchees, jamuns, cherries or plums which can be washed and eaten. Litchees can be peeled at school as opposed to eating pre-cut fruits. You could also pack a small tiffin of dry fruits to keep the energy levels high in this gloomy weather.

Washing: All fruits and vegetables should be washed thoroughly. Raw vegetables can be steamed and consumed instead of making salads.

Warm beverages: Hot milk with a pinch of turmeric is highly recommended to keep the flu away. Soups with a dash of pepper, herbs (basil), coriander leaves, ginger and garlicincrease resistance to cold and help digestion too.

Water consumption: Drink boiled or filtered water only. Your child must consume at least 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to avoid dehydration.

Set the room temperature: Keep the house dry and the doors and windows closed by evenings and nights to stay warm in this breezy weather. Avoid air-conditioning to keep running noses and sneezing at bay.

Mommy is the best cook: Although you have to rush to work every morning, eating and packing freshly cooked food for you and your child is of paramount importance.

Extra Clothing, Extra Care: Keep a handkerchief, sweater or scarf in your child’s bag. Protecting ears, nose, neck & chest can save you a lot of trouble.

Rain gear: Don’t judge the day by taking a peak outside every morning. You and your child should have a raincoat or umbrella at ALL times.

Hands: Teach your children to use a sanitizer and also how they must wash their hands and dry them well before opening their tiffins.

‘Shoe’ the infections away: While we do our best to protect our body from the rains, our feet can never be protected enough! Maximum skin infections and odours stem from wearing socks and shoes that have moisture from the previous day. Change your child’s socks every day and buy another pair of school shoes as back up. Wet socks should be washed the same day because the longer they are left unattended, the faster they breed bacteria.

Meals: Eating gourds and adding methi seeds and turmeric to your veg preparations can prevent infections. Have fresh radish juice/ radish soup with rock salt to reduce mucous formation in the chest and sinuses.

Hot showers: Drying off after getting wet is important. However a hot bath after few minutes not only kills germs but also regulates body temperature.

Bacteria-proofing: Mopping the floors with disinfectants and cleaning the shoe rack and shoeswill keep the thriving bacteria away. Using neem leaves in your bath water avoids skin infections. Keep twigs of neem leaves at the windows to repel mosquitos. Using mosquito nets is a good idea too.

Personal hygiene: Washing your hands and feet with soap after entering the house is a good habit. Avoid touching your eyes with bare hands as eye infections are common during rains. Use a handkerchief or splash water.

 

Parenting is stressful. It takes patience and time to understand what is best for you and your child given the unpredictable weather. Hence, training yourself and your kids with these basic precautions can save you a lot of trouble and actually help you to enjoy the beautiful weather even better. Remember, prevention is better than cure. Here’s wishing you a happy monsoon!

~ Ophelia Lobo

Behavioural Counsellor, GIIS, Chinchwad

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International Yoga Day http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/22/international-yoga-day-2/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/22/international-yoga-day-2/#respond Thu, 22 Jun 2017 05:13:54 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10603 While our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi led the way amidst rains, performing various asanas on the International Yoga Day, Global Indian International School, Chinchwad also did not let the cloud laden skies dampen the spirit of Yoga. Students of all grades across the school participated in a rejuvenating experience of immersing themselves in the peaceful practice of Yogasana.

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International Yoga Day

While our Hon’ble Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi led the way amidst rains, performing various asanas on the International Yoga Day, Global Indian International School, Chinchwad also did not let the cloud laden skies dampen the spirit of Yoga. Students of all grades across the school participated in a rejuvenating experience of immersing themselves in the peaceful practice of Yogasana.

Highlighting the objective of Yoga and talking about the importance of Yoga Day, students were oriented towards breathing techniques that help them connect with their inner selves allowing them to reflect on the tranquility achieved through this. Students were also given an insight into the various Yogasanas that not only help the body to be healthy but also allow the mind to be peaceful and calm. Ms Rushali, the yoga expert conducted the sessions in the morning and helped students to learn and understand the positive impact of doing yoga in our daily lives. Students performed various asanas following their guru. The meditation session towards the end left everybody recharged and feeling good.

Dr Amrita Vohra on the occasion said, “Yoga is a beautiful amalgamation of physical, spiritual and mental well being. It allows one to connect with the energies of this universe and oneself. As a school, we strongly believe that Yoga is the way to beautifully connect with ourselves and lead a healthy life”.

 

 

 

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CBSE RESULTS http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/02/cbse-results/ http://giiscdaily.com/2017/06/02/cbse-results/#respond Fri, 02 Jun 2017 07:23:53 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10570 FIRST BATCH CLASS XII STUDENTS SET A BENCHMARK WITH EXCELLENT CBSE RESULTS Success showered her choicest blessings on the students of Global Indian International School as the first batch of Class XII proved their mettle in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination 2017. All the students have performed exceptionally well with 100% 1st division […]

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FIRST BATCH CLASS XII STUDENTS SET A BENCHMARK WITH EXCELLENT CBSE RESULTS

Success showered her choicest blessings on the students of Global Indian International School as the first batch of Class XII proved their mettle in the All India Senior School Certificate Examination 2017. All the students have performed exceptionally well with 100% 1st division in all the three streams of Science, Commerce and Humanities. Tanya Khera, Simran Kaur Saini and Nishtha Agarwal have topped the school in the Science, Commerce and Humanities stream respectively.
The school average is 81.08% where Science is 80.00%, Commerce is 84.3% and Humanities is 81.24%. 100% of the students have secured 1st division while 72% of the students have secured more than 75% in all the three streams.
“I feel extremely proud to see the results of my first Class XII this year, vindicating our commitment for excellence. I thank all the teachers for their dedication and sincerity and all the students for their painstaking effort and hard work, to make our dreams come true. Now I believe that all the students are capable enough and will certainly choose the right career ahead.” said the Principal Dr Amrita Vohra.
Sincere endeavor to groom the students to face challenges and to sharpen their academic acumen is of prime focus at GIIS Chinchwad. The results of the All India Senior Secondary Certificate Exams 2017 exhibited that the students in GIIS have learned to pursue excellence in everything they do.

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Experiential Learning nurturing STEM intelligence http://giiscdaily.com/2017/05/08/experiential-learning-nurturing-stem-intelligence/ Mon, 08 May 2017 06:52:10 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10366 Engineering For Kids - an America’s award winning learning program is one of the best practices of educating students globally by enriching their learning experience.

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Experiential learning is the way!

Experiential learning is the best way to get learning maximized for each learner as it essentially revolves around the theory of “I do, I understand”. Subjects like Math & Science which students find boring & difficult can be made interesting with the use of practical and hands on experiments for better understanding. These also flairs up the skill of problem solving, crtitical and analytical thinking etc. Well qualified teachers should harness the importance of learning it right, so that they keep pursuing greatness in STEM field. STEM learning is enriching children all around world, and catering to children between ages 4 to 14.

Engineering For Kids – an America’s award winning learning program is one of the best practices of educating students globally by enriching their learning experience. The purpose of bringing this course is an attempt to discover new things and bringing curiosity to a level where learning can be fun. Presently this STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math) education is vitally lacking in our Indian education system. In Global competitive scenario, all employers are seeking for skilled and talented workers competent in science, engineering, technology & math. Here is why, STEM education offers a student more than just a close look at how the world works.

Students at GIIS Chinchwad are edifying their educational journeys along with Kelvin- Our Engineering For Kids mascot. Kids adore Kelvin and look forward to a class where students experience and learn many models like hot air balloon made of paper cups and balloon, building roads, Kites, Paper rocket, etc. The Engineering For Kids classes have been integrated into the curriculum to make this a wholesome program for the students. Parents have felt and experienced this program of study the most effective one and full of learning and brainstorming session.

Many other benefits this program brings are

  • Build problem solving skills
  • Hands on experiential learning
  • 21st century life skills like logical reasoning, analytical thinking, conceptual clarity
  • Discover how things work
  • Exploring engineering as a career option
  • Learn Science & Math while having fun.
  • Engage in real world engineering problems

 

Principal Dr Amrita Vohra reiterates the benefits and says, “Engineering and technology are a way of living now, but exactly what they are, remains a mystery to most students. Engineering is about problem solving, and it’s no longer limited to buildings and bridges. In the 21st century, new technologies are engineered and emerge every day, and those people who can use science, mathematics, and engineering to solve new problems will be the ones to produce marketable products and services.”

In conclusion, Global Indian International School, Chinchwad module of Engineering For Kids where STEM education is important to spark an interest in pursuing a STEM career in students. However, the real learning of STEM education is an amalgamation of teacher training and parent encouragement to maximize the merits of STEM education.

 

 

Testimonials:

We are extremely happy with this initiative of the school. My 8 year old daughter came home excited talking about the hot air balloon that she created. This program has encouraged kids to discover how things work and increase their desire to explore engineering concepts”, said Rachna Khandelwal, parent.

“My son attended the first Engineering For Kids class where he made a boat. He really loved it and wants more of these. We also made another boat at home to share his excitement and the thrill with which we narrated the learning was contagious”, said Avinash Patil

 We are happy with the EFK class for my 5-year old at GIIS.  Every day he asks how many more days until the next class. Teachers make kids comfortable and engage them well”, said Paritosh Pai

 

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For the love of Mother Earth http://giiscdaily.com/2017/05/08/love-mother-earth/ Mon, 08 May 2017 06:45:55 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10361 To bring awareness toward environmental protection, World earth day is celebrated on 22nd April worldwide. On this day, students at GIIS demonstrated their support and concern towards mother earth. They discussed “how with some conscious efforts they can contribute to save our planet?”

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For the love of Mother Earth

To bring awareness toward environmental protection, World earth day is celebrated on 22nd April worldwide. On this day, students at GIIS demonstrated their support and concern towards mother earth. They discussed “how with some conscious efforts they can contribute to save our planet?”

“Social Animal“– the most intelligent creature on earth is to be blamed. Many children came with thoughts, “how they can save our mother nature?” Few students came with suggestions like being eco-friendly, planting more trees; less use of energy, less use of plastic, use of public transport can help to save our planet. They were made aware that how 3 R’s (reduce, reuse, and recycle) can help us to save our earth from devastation. Students understood that it’s in our hands to save and keep earth beautiful.

On this occasion Principal, Dr. Amrita Vora said, “Devastation of Mother Earth is really a big concern which is immensely affecting our climate. As responsible human beings, we collectively need to take care of our mother earth who has blessed us with all recourses for our survival and one day we all have to give her back in one or the other way”

 

 

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Win-Win situation for GIIS, Chinchwad http://giiscdaily.com/2017/05/08/win-win-situation-giis-chinchwad/ Mon, 08 May 2017 05:59:57 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10357 GIIS, Chinchwad has time and again proved the mettle of its students not only in academics but all other allied spaces of sports, art and other ECA/ CCA verticals. It is a matter of pride yet again for our campus as our students brought glory by emerging as champions in the Inter GIIS Sports Championship held at GIIS Indore on March 30 and 31, 2017.

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Win-Win situation for GIIS, Chinchwad at Inter GIIS Sports Championship held at GIIS Indore

GIIS, Chinchwad has time and again proved the mettle of its students not only in academics but all other allied spaces of sports, art and other ECA/ CCA verticals. It is a matter of pride yet again for our campus as our students brought glory by emerging as champions in the Inter GIIS Sports Championship held at GIIS Indore on March 30 and 31, 2017.

 

This tournament received 120 participants from all the GIIS campuses in India, namely Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chinchwad, Indore, Noida & Surat. It was a great matter of honor to have Mr. Kirti Patel-MP Ranji Team Chairman as Chief Guest. His presence encouraged all the players and his words of wisdom truly boosted all of them. As a guest of honour, Mr. Rajeev Katyal, Country Director Global Indian International School-India & Japan, spoke about the value of sportsmanship in one’s life and enlightened everybody how GIIS Schools give equal importance to Sports across Asia. He also shared his happiness on the victories our students have got throughout the year.

 

While unfolding the whole tournament, our students between 5th – 8Th grades competed for Chess competition, Football and Cricket matches where they gave a tough fight to the competing team. We stood 1ST in Chess championship with 10 points against GIIS Bangalore team, and also won Football match by 4-1 defeating Global School-Noida.

Dr Amrita Vohra on the occasion said, “I congratulate our teams and players for their magnificent performances & making us proud. The school will continue to lay its effort on sports education to nurture the future sporting talents of this country.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Investiture Ceremony 17-18 http://giiscdaily.com/2017/05/08/investiture-ceremony-17-18/ Mon, 08 May 2017 05:55:12 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10355 Global Indian International School strongly professes “Leadership” as an important and imperative skill of the 21st century. We also believe that leadership is best developed when imbibed from the foundation years and hence the school observes the Investiture Ceremony as a platform of nurturing the future leaders.

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Lead it…like you mean it!!!

Global Indian International School strongly professes “Leadership” as an important and imperative skill of the 21st century. We also believe that leadership is best developed when imbibed from the foundation years and hence the school observes the Investiture Ceremony as a platform of nurturing the future leaders. The student senate for the year 2017-18 was inducted on April 28, 2017 where they solemnly took the oath to keep the flag of the school flying high. The 7th Investiture Ceremony witnessed a 76 member student senate being conferred with their badge of honor.

The ceremony began with invocation and the lamp lighting ceremony to seek the blessings of the almighty. A song rendition by the School choir added melodiously to the entire event and the tunes reverberated in the air. The semi-classical dance performance by our students mesmerized the audience and embellished the ceremony with beauty, grace and poise. The Chief Guest for the ceremony was Mr Prashant Jagtap, ex- Mayor of Pune city and also the youngest to receive this honor. It was also a delight to have Ms Varsha Seshan, author as the Guest of Honor for the ceremony. While addressing the gathering, Shri Jagtap congratulated the school for identifying the leaders and giving them a chance to exercise their duties and responsibilities efficiently. “You have been give a gift of responsibility and wings of

Dr Vohra on the occasion congratulated the students and the parents. Through her inspiring words she said, “Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader…they set out to make a difference and this opportunity of setting a benchmark has been given to you since you are the best.” She urged them to dawn on their responsibility. She also administered the oath to the senate where each leader promised to justify their positions through their actions.

Rakshit Rao and Ayushie Patel are the chosen leaders of the senate as the Head Boy and the Head Girl and they will be assisted by the Deputy Head Boy and Head Girl- Ritvik Sharma and Pranjal Swami. The other key rank holders in the Discipline committee are Rishab Kulkarni, Samyukta Pathak and Abhishek Lele while the Sports committee will be led by Soumya Gopavarapu and Bosco Chanam.

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EXCELLENCE IS AN ATTITUDE http://giiscdaily.com/2017/03/16/excellence-is-an-attitude/ Thu, 16 Mar 2017 09:53:41 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10301 Global Indian International School has been bestowed upon with the honor of receiving the “Best CBSE School with Extracurricular Activities in Western India.” This award has been conferred upon by the Worldwide Achievers in the 7th Asia Education Summit and Awards in collaboration with India Today and Achievers India. In a ceremony held at Hotel […]

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Global Indian International School has been bestowed upon with the honor of receiving the “Best CBSE School with Extracurricular Activities in Western India.” This award has been conferred upon by the Worldwide Achievers in the 7th Asia Education Summit and Awards in collaboration with India Today and Achievers India. In a ceremony held at Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhi on the 9th of March 2017, graced by Shri Syed Shanawaz Hussain, Shri Upendra Kushwaha, Smt Shrmila Tagore, Shri Sambit Patra and many other dignitaries, the school received the award in the hands of Hon’ble Minister of State of Human Resource Development, Govt. of India, Shri Shri Upendra Kushwaha and Hon’ble National Spokesperson of Bhartiya Janta Party and Shri Syed Shanawaz Hussain.

Owing to the exemplary contribution that the school makes in providing opportunities for extracurricular activities to its students, shaping them to be complete individuals, the school was applauded for its sincere efforts. The award was also recognition to the exemplary dossier, factsheet and nomination presented by the school.

The 7th Asia Education Summit Awards 2017 – Asia’s most authoritative Conference & Awards for the Education Sector was presented by Worldwide Achievers and PERSON (People for Education Research Scholarship & Outward Nutrition). Asia Education Summit for Education is the premier international platform dedicated to innovation and creative action in education where top decision-makers share insights with on-the-ground practitioners and collaborate to rethink education.

Dr Amrita Vohra on receiving the award said, “The fundamental principle of education for our school is to ensure that no child is left behind for realizing their potential. We genuinely believe that education and success is much more that the sterile strips of test scores and hence we proactively promote extracurricular activities in the school. Awards like these are genuine platforms of encouragement that reinforce our purpose of going ahead in this direction”.

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Choosing a Good Pre-Primary School in Pune for Your Child http://giiscdaily.com/2017/02/28/choosing-good-pre-primary-school-pune-child/ Tue, 28 Feb 2017 06:16:28 +0000 http://giiscdaily.com/?p=10290 Are you looking for a good pre-primary school in Pune, but are confused with the choices? This article is just for you! A pre-primary school plays a significant role in shaping your child’s life. It acts as a foundation that contributes to much more than just prepping them for primary school education. Research suggests that […]

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best schools in Chinchwad

Are you looking for a good pre-primary school in Pune, but are confused with the choices? This article is just for you! A pre-primary school plays a significant role in shaping your child’s life. It acts as a foundation that contributes to much more than just prepping them for primary school education. Research suggests that a good quality pre-primary school prepares a child for not only academic but emotional and social success and helps make the transition into primary school effortless. Read on before you start your search for the best CBSE primary schools in Pune.

Benefits of enrolling your kid into a good pre-primary school:

Promotes all-round development:

It is essential for young preschoolers to socialise and spend time with other children before they set out on their primary school journey. Why? So that they get exposed to people who come from different cultures and backgrounds. A pre-primary school helps get them involved in group activities which cultivates the need for group interaction and helps them interact, respect, co-operate, compromise and voice their opinions too.

Builds character:

A pre-primary school essentially helps build confidence and a sense of independence among children which facilitates in build a strong character. Research suggests that children who attend a pre-school tend to make a stress-free transition to their primary school. Simply because a pre-primary school provides a protected, healthy and happy environment which enables them to learn from the people around them. More importantly, children will be more comfortable being away from their parents and have less trouble adjusting to the big world of primary school.

Promotes linguistic skills:

Did you know?  The size of a child’s vocabulary and social skills is directly linked to their early education? Yes! Moreover a child’s vocabulary expands from 900 to 2,500 words between the ages of 3 and 5, which is exactly why an environment rich in language is vital to a child’s development. Teachers from CBSE primary schools in Pune can tell you that young ones who attend a good quality pre-primary school enter primary school armed with better pre-reading skills than others.

Now you’ve known how these benefits will help your child transition to primary school, it is important as parents to give your child a good head start in life by choosing the best pre-primary education around you. Finding an excellent pre-primary school in Pune in not a difficult task. If you reside in Chinchwad, simply start by researching the best schools in Chinchwad and then take other factors like proximity, budget and education quality into consideration. You will find it easier to discover the best schools in Chinchwad in no time!

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