Monthly Archives: May 2013

Social Skills for Kids

The education system of this present generation demands a change for itself according to the need of the hour. Every school desires to incorporate a unique curriculum for its students, which shapes the character of the student and allows them … Continue reading

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Strengthening Parent Ward Relationship

Gone are those days of 9 to 5 jobs, when fathers would come home and after freshening up would start playing with their little ones. These days dad’s come home with a heavy load of work, tired looking face and … Continue reading

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Significance of an International curriculum

Every educational institution wishes to offer the best to their students, in order to ensure the best it is very important for them to plan out an elaborate and specific course guideline, which would encompass all the different types of … Continue reading

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Nature Loving Kids

According to the historian Thomas Berry, “Teaching children about the natural world should be seen as one of the most important events in their lives.” Nature has been one of the most precious gift of God to mankind, its beauty … Continue reading

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Residential Education

After watching “Rockford” every parent would ensure that they made their kids watch this movie and then threaten them every time they did some mischief to send them to a boarding school. Kids who are vulnerable to the emotion of … Continue reading

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International Prerogative’s

International schools by definition are referred to schools, which aim at promoting education of highly international standards. There are several ways in order to promote and establish international standards of education. Often there are times when the schools adopt the … Continue reading

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International Campuses in Vizag

International schools were a concept, which was founded sometime in 19th century. Such school systems were established in countries of foreign origin, which at that point constituted a significant portion of the population including countries as Turkey, Japan and Switzerland. … Continue reading

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