Amidst an uncommon pandemic, everybody is scrambling to 'reimagine education.'
Home learning units have surfaced to make more modest, very close networks of students. Half and half projects have arisen to obscure the lines between home and school. What's more is new remote projects with inventive tech instruments are being acquainted worldwide with empowering experts to figure out how to occur whenever, anyplace.
Our school’s models never required a school building, chime timetable, or end-of-year report to flourish; yet rather, a center arrangement of standards assembled totally around our students. Therefore, our students are independent, autonomous, inquisitive, sympathetic, and social-genuinely and around the world mindful.
The process of bringing Innovation in education starts by taking advantage of the youth's normal interest, and afterward planning encounters, and chances to push its investigation.
Digital classrooms, ATL, high-tech labs, state-of-the-art equipments, are provided to our students in order for them to make the best use of these provisions to come up with innovative, ideas, projects, models, exhibits, etc.
Students are regularly taken to field trips and industrial visits to various areas, workplaces, labs, and more of particular expertise to learn more about the industrial setting related to a particular stream.
The school has been granted the funding of 335 Lacs by government agencies to start-up incubation centres for the youth, promoting growth and innovation in students from an early age.
The school has received a grant from the government under the aegis of Niti Aayog to set up ATAL TINKERING LAB based on outstanding contributions to education and innovative practices. And the school has been successful in realizing the objective of this scheme, i.e. curiosity, creativity, and imagination in young minds and teaching skills such as design mindset, computational thinking, adaptive learning, physical computing, etc. ATAL TINKERING LAB has paved the way to spur creativity and go beyond regular curriculum and textbook learning with well-designed lab activities at ATL.
Our department of Physical Education conducted a session on 'IMPORTANCE OF NUTRITION FOR ATHLETES. Mr. Narendra Sharma (Health Nutrition & Weight Management Consultant) raised awareness among our young athletes about maintaining healthy habits, and a diet plan, pre & post-workout. The guest also enlightened the audience with tips on improving their sporting performance as well as lifestyle.
New Eraites Aditi Vasudev, Bhakti Mane, and Zeel Shah were selected for the Vadodara district U19 Basketball tournament, and represented Vadodara in Gujarat State Junior Basketball Championship at Surat. Aditi Vasudev is selected to play at National Level (probable).
Two budding athletes from our school bagged Silver and Bronze Medals in the Athletic Meet organised by Baroda District Amateur Athletics Association, Manjalpur Sports Complex. Vanshikha Soni (class 8A) secured Silver in 600 mt. Sprint & Long Jump in U14 yrs Girls Category. Kanishka Patel (class 8C) secured Bronze Medal in Long Jump in U14 yrs Girls Category.
We believe in celebrating all important days with our students so as to keep them informed and aware about the legacy of our civilisation. Recently, the campus celebrated national sports day by showcasing a presentation on Major Dhyanchand and other successful famous personalities.
The girls’ Basketball team secured the RUNNERS UP position at the U-19 Basketball tournament. Our girls practiced all year round to achieve this amazing feat. The girls have mastered the art of balancing academics and athletics. Their coach and our dear PE Faculty member Mr. Hitesh Upadhyay worked really hard to bring the trophy home, adding to our culture of raising ballers.