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Principal's Message


In the aspiration to build a Community of Learners at the School of the Future, we aim to inspire and mould young hearts and minds to take on the responsibilities of nation building, instill in the youth a love for learning, instil in our children the core values of honesty, integrity and commitment and the need to work together to give their best to society through a collective effort for a better tomorrow.

We are guided by the following beliefs:

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Children have enormous potential and curiosity. Children strive to understand the world, hypothesize their own theories to explain how it functions. Hence, opportunities must be provided for children to voice their thoughts and express openly their own intelligence from direct interaction with the environment and in social groups.

Each child has different learning needs and can be guided, motivated and encouraged to take on personal responsibility and ownership of their own learning.

Teachers play a critical role in understanding the needs of students. Through observations and the ability to inspire children, teachers provide the context for students’ interest in learning. The role of any teacher is that of a learner where he or she guides children to communicate thoughts and feelings in a safe and non-threatening environment.

Borrowing the words of Martin Luther King, “Intelligence plus character, that is the goal of true education.” And as Swamy Vivekananda says, “Education is the manifestation of perfection that is already in man.” At North Vista Primary School, we seek to create an ideal environment of care and proper guidance so as to enable our pupils to grow into well rounded and balanced individuals.

The school will support staff learning and enable teachers to expand their capacities.

The entire school staff and parents collectively play an important role in working hand in hand in nurturing our children into self-confident, gracious citizens with right attitudes and behaviours.

DHILLON AWTAR SINGH
PRINCIPAL