our vision

“All Children Have Equal Rights to Quality Life.”

our mission

“To develop models in education and to enhance the capacity of individuals, families, organizations and communities.”
Our aim is to have excellence and equity in student performance through continuous improvement in teaching, learning and the assessment process that is reinforced by evidence based research and innovation. We use a holistic quality management approach leading to greater equity in student performance. A “one-of-a-kind” school in Krishnagiri District, Tamil Nadu, we are a research-oriented model school in “Child Centric Learning”.

Today’s educational system is faced with many challenges, especially to foster creativity and self-motivation for learning.Our approach is to apply philosophy, 

 tools and methods to enrich Student Performance Quotient. We use quality management systems and streamlined instructional processes to accentuate every child’s learning style and innate potentials.

Our unique approach to the “teaching-learning” process has ensured the success of every student thereby presenting a fresh milieu to the conventional school. Our ground-breaking approach has been validated through numerous laurels won by our students since inception of the school.

Our Strengths

  • The school was established as a model school in the year 2000 with an aim to offer quality enriched academic environment to students and teaching fraternity.
  • Evidence based research for improving quality of education and sharing with other schools and communities
  • We strongly believe and advocate that education is the birth right of every child while striving to provide inclusive quality education to all children.

We are involved in, and committed to,

» review and research of educational methodologies for curriculum enrichment and customized delivery,
» catering to diverse learning styles and needs of students for, optimum realization of student potential
» nurturing idiosyncratic capabilities of children.

We strive for, and emphasize high priority for quality and state-of-the-art Teacher’s Training with key focus on delivering a child-centric, context-oriented curriculum. This approach contrasts with the current trend of seeking academic adequacy that does not necessarily translate to excellence in real life.

Our experiential teaching-learning process, “COFT”, has four dimensions, specifically implemented in the following order:

» Concrete experience
» Observation and Reflection
» Formation of abstract concepts
» Testing in new situation 

We have a well-defined process for professional development of our faculty. Our Teachers are lifelong learners focused on continuous improvement of their “quality of teaching” and commitment to enhancing student potential. Continuous in-service training, on-the-job training and performance appraisal ensure professional growth.

Since 2000, we have been following Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), where-in children are assessed at regular intervals with professional criteria and indicators. The school follows

» Formative assessment for understanding the rate of learning,
» Diagnostic assessment for identifying the difficulties/problems in learning, and
» Summative assessment for measuring the quantum of learning.

We have child-friendly campus and classrooms. Each classroom measures a minimum of 1200 square feet with wide verandas, ample space to move around, child- friendly furniture and community-classroom properties like learning materials and stationery. Each class is well organized with niches for library, workstation, displays and storage.

The maximum number of students for every class is 30 and the overall teacher-student ratio is 1:10. The average space per student is an impressive 3 square meters.

Pastoral care and much more.

We strictly adhere to the child protection policy and ensure a child safe environment for our students

Besides developing models for promoting quality education at our own school, we also extend professional support to other educational institutions both in the public and private sectors. Our professional support includes training in:


curriculum enrichment

developing curriculum approach

School System:

school skill mapping

developing system and policies for schools

Teacher Development:

setting up teachers developmental goals

developing system and policies for schools

Student Centric:

preparation of competency based and child centered learning material,

understanding and managing student behavior,

lesson preparation and lesson delivery,

enhancement of teaching-learning process