Our Infrastructure

Infrastructure

Keeping in view the mission statement of the school, various activities have been designed and implemented for facilitating quality education which brings in all-round growth and development of intellectual pursuits of the students, and thereby their personality. Accordingly, the infrastructure of the school comprises the following:

Class Room

Our classrooms are child-friendly in every aspect. Each classroom measures a minimum of 1200 square feet with wide verandahs, ample space to move around, child-friendly furniture, community-classroom properties like learning materials and stationery and Green effects. Each class is well organized with niches for the library, workstation, displays and storage.

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The ambience in these classrooms reinforces the focus and richness of the corresponding subject theme.

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There is a WiFi-enabled computer for every 2 students in each classroom.

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The maximum number of students for any class is 30. The overall teacher-student ratio is 1:10.

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The differentiating feature of our classrooms is the way they are oriented. Our classrooms are organized based on subject and not by student population.

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This means that there is a different, distinct, classroom each, for Chemistry, Physics, English, Math, Botany, Zoology, Arts, Dance, Music etc. Students assemble at their respective theme building as per their class schedules.

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The average space per student is an impressive 3 square meters.

Technology

  • To accommodate the needs of the 21st-century learner, state-of-the-art wired & wireless communications, computers, security surveillance and server infrastructure are installed.
  • These are periodically reviewed and enhanced for currency in communication, processing and surveillance tools in the ever-evolving world of technology.
  • The backbone of our communication infrastructure is an Optic Fiber Cable that carpets the campus thereby enabling enhanced internet connectivity and classroom learning. This is done in a manner that complements technology and education seamlessly.
  • Our Learning Centers fully utilize best-of-breed technology tools, both hardware and software for an enriching learning experience.

Sports

  • Importance is given in equal measure for academic and physical activity. Our children are actively encouraged and guided to excel in both.
  • We have ample evidence to emphasize that physical activity and physical education only help improve academic performance.
  • Our focus on imparting the best possible physical education to our students through a variety of sports is substantiated by our sports facilities within the campus.
  • Our top-notch sporting facilities include the following:
  • A Ball Game stadium with a Seating Capacity Gallery of 4000 [includes 2 soccer fields]
  • An Athletic Stadium with a Seating Capacity Gallery of 4000 [includes Handball, Hockey & soccer fields]
  • Two Volley Ball courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Basket Ball courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Kho-Kho courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Kabaddi courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • A state-of-the-art Indoor Stadium with a Soccer practice pitch & provisioning for Table Tennis and a Seating Capacity Gallery of 3000
  • An exclusive room for Gymnastics & two clay courts for Tennis
  • A residential, boys’ football academy, in collaboration with the Ozone Group and KNVB, Netherlands
  • And an impressive pool of highly skilled trained and committed instructors & coaches to manage the sporting aspirations of all children

SPORTS

  • Importance is given in equal measure for academic and physical activity. Our children are actively encouraged and guided to excel in both.
  • We have ample evidence to emphasize that physical activity and physical education only help improve academic performance.
  • Our focus on imparting the best possible physical education to our students through a variety of sports is substantiated by our sports facilities within the campus.
  • Our top-notch sporting facilities include the following:
  • A Ball Game stadium with a Seating Capacity Gallery of 4000 [includes 2 soccer fields]
  • An Athletic Stadium with a Seating Capacity Gallery of 4000 [includes Handball, Hockey & soccer fields]
  • Two Volley Ball courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Basket Ball courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Kho-Kho courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • Two Kabaddi courts with a combined Seating Capacity Gallery of 1000
  • A state-of-the-art Indoor Stadium with a Soccer practice pitch & provisioning for Table Tennis and a Seating Capacity Gallery of 3000
  • An exclusive room for Gymnastics & two clay courts for Tennis
  • A residential, boys’ football academy, in collaboration with the Ozone Group and KNVB, Netherlands
  • And an impressive pool of highly skilled trained and committed instructors & coaches to manage the sporting aspirations of all children

Water

Water shortage is the main concern for us at MMS. Sustainable management in the form of limited and timed water supply within the campus and monitored and restricted usage is in force. We buy the bulk of our water requirement from outside to make good of the shortage.

Energy

Work is underway to make the campus sustainable energy wise. The primary focus is always given on effective utilisation of electrical and electronic items to bring down the unit usage of electricity tariff and UPS (24/7) from servers and other electronic equipment. Solar energy is ineffective use and there is concrete planning in place to make maximum use of this source of energy.

Dormitory

After School Enrichment Program (ASEP):

MMS dormitory life has several advantages. The main focus of ASEP is inculcating habits of self-help. It has been conceived and strategically implemented to enhance the following: Improved Social and Emotional Competencies, Improved Physical Fitness, Practice of Improved Life-Skills Activities, Fitness Activities-Yoga, Jogging and Aerobics, Individual Goal Setting (academic and behavioral), Circle Time, Individual Counselling, Behavior Modification, Case Study Presentations, Cultural Events, Life Skill Programs: Gardening, Horticulture, Pre-Cooking Skills, House Keeping, Agriculture and Personality Development Programs.

Health Care

A primary medical facility is available for the residents in the medical clinic situated at the center of the girls and boys dormitories. Regular medical check-up for children is conducted by an experienced health nurse. Children with minor ailments are treated in-house at the school health clinic. In case of severe illness, children are taken to the nearby hospital and parents are informed immediately if the child has low Hb, he/she will receive special care from the resident health nurse. Growth monitoring is each month to register the physical growth of every child.

Nutritional Food with the Right Calories

Nutrition value of food is the primary consideration while catering to children’s taste. Fruits and milk are an integral of the meal as a rich supplement to the daily diet. The food menu chart is prepared by the health nurse and the house parents, involving the children as well. They take into account the calorie value of each food item, finally getting approval from the Principal. The children are served hot, fresh, healthy, and nutritious food. Moreover, children are also advised and encouraged to consume food items which are served with calorie value in proportion.

Infrastructure

Each dormitory has seven large halls, each hall is attached with 6 bathrooms and 5 toilets along with a sufficient number of fans and lights. Each hall measures about 1877sqft and every child gets 47 sqft; the ratio of bathroom usage is 5:1, and toilets, 6:1. In addition, the dorm has 22 bathrooms and 12 toilets in the lawn area for common use. Children are provided beddings on bunk cots with mattresses.

Personal Accompaniment

We have both full time, and part-time house parents. Houseparents are there in the hostel for both boys and girls in order to guide and accompany the children. All the duties are divided among house parents so that the physical and psychological growth of children is monitored efficiently. Individual profile of each child is maintained by house parents helps them monitor the growth and development of each child.

Regular interaction and relationship with parents and guardians help the house parents understand the academic and behavioral expectations of their children. It is worthy of mention that this institution also provides parental education to guide parents monitor, both the academic and behavioral development of their wards.

Has 22 bathrooms and 12 toilets in the lawn area for common use. Children are provided beddings on bunk cots with mattresses.

Spacious and a well ventilated Dormitory with Attached Bath is available

Telephone facilities are available at a pre-defined time during non- school hours

Exclusive, uninterrupted study room for students after school hours

Uninterrupted power supply, separate Generator for the entire campus

A medical health center with free medicines for sick students

Medical Lab facility

RO water provided to all dormitories

Open Air Theatre – – programs on every weekend

Strict and fully supervised 24 X 7 security service

At a Glance

Mathakondapalli Model School provides comfortable living facilities for boys and girls separately in the Rural Institute for Community Education – Mathakondapalli Model School (MMS) dormitory campus. The dormitory can accommodate up to 500 children. At present, more than 300 boys and girls reside in the dorms. Life for children here is simple, yet full of opportunities for community living which helps them develop their independent individual spirits.

Another practice here is the `para hostel’ system, in which day scholars are permitted to live in the dorm for a few days or up to a week. The school provides residential programs for them with a view to promoting the integrated development of body and mind, together with interpersonal skills. In the residential setup, the institution provides maximum possible space and resources, to shape the character of students in a manner that inculcates and enriches every aspect of their personalities and behaviour, both individual and social.

Sustainability

Sustainability

Dairy Farm

We have 15 cattle, of which 6 are mulching. Residential students and staff are provided with organic milk from this farm. At present, the cows yield about 24,136.75 litres of milk a year. The cow dung is utilized as organic manure for agriculture. During vacation time, the milk is sold in the open market to generate funds for the school.

Organic Farm

More than 11 acres of our campus land is available for agriculture and gardening. We practice organic farming and the children are provided practical education in cultivating vegetables in the same way. The vegetables cultivated from this farmland are supplied to students dining hall and staff canteen. The cow dung from our cattle farm along with the kitchen waste and the weeds are being used to produce the organic manure which is being used in the arable field. Work is underway to include more land for our organic farming and also to improvise the process.

Poultry Farm

Poultry has been on the earth for over 150 million years, dating back to the original wild jungle fowl. Now we include ducks, geese, turkeys, pheasants, pigeons, peafowl, guinea fowl and chickens in the list of species under the general term poultry. Poultry provides humans with companionship, food, and fiber in the form of eggs, meat, and feathers. At the MMS poultry farm, we rear country chicken for their meat and eggs. Poultry products are considered to be a healthy alternative. As they can be reared easily, MMS has renewed interest in poultry farming. We invest only in home-based feeding. Medicines or injections are never used.

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