From the Principal’s Desk
Each School has its own ethos, traditions and identity. Parents should understand and evaluate this aspect, as your children will be influenced by what we stand for. No Compromise will be made in our basic beliefs, to satisfy the individual and varied requirements of parents. We at BLDEA’s Public School, believe that all students are equal and must make their own mark within the community. The financial or social status of the parents is irrelevant. Each student’s individuality will be respected an the students will be taught to compete against himself or herself rather than against others. Good behavior must similarly be nt to impress others but because it satisfies one’s own self respect.
Character training is fostered by the environment we create and the opportunities we offer. Students are given the opportunity to handle responsibilities and also to accept personal responsibility, to acquire new skills and to make decisions for themselves.
At BLDEA’s Public School, children learn in a variety of ways – THROUGH EXPERIENCE, MAKING & DOING THINGS, EXPERIMENTATION, READING, DISCUSSIONS, ASKING, LISTENING, THINKING & REFLECTING & EXPRESSING ONESELF IN SPEECH, MOVEMENT OR WRITING (WITH OTHERS & BOTH INDIVIDUALLY).
Discipline must be based on example and self control because we at this school are involved in the control of the masses but in individual development for leadership. in an age when leisure is recognized as essential for development, its good use in an indication of a good education. Sporting activity encourages the pursuit of excellence but never at the cost of teamwork. Academic performance is paramount but equally important is the development of the intellect and well-honed skills of communication.
A Teacher plays a major role in child’s life. A kid’s experience with his teacher can literally make or break his interest in the education and learning. The role of school teacher is not just limited to teaching lessons. They are also expected to make the kids socialize and interact with each other.
I would desire that, our students enter through Gyan Dwar and leave through Shakti Dwar with an enquiring mind, a sense of social and mortal values, a sense of service and compassion for those less fortunate, a respect for nature, tolerance, a sense of humor and the attributes of become good citizens of India and the world.
Mrs. MADHURI JADHAV