Mrs. Indu Dhingra
It gives me immense pleasure and a sense of great pride to be a part of GIS.
The school remains always at the pinnacle of achievement emerging as a strong contender in every field of educational activity.
Every child has in him some thing divine, something of his own which God offers him. Our task is to find it, develop it and use it. The main aim of education should be to help the growing soul to draw out his true self.
Each child has his own learning mechanism and time. The only task for us as school and parents is to create an interest to learn in the child. The environment of a child is the whole world. The environment is the place where the children are to be increasingly active and where they can direct their lives more and more.
Nature has already thought of this idea and puts it in to practice in many ways, like the bee hive, the bird’s nest, the ant hill, by providing a prepared environment for the needs of developing young ones but the human child needs a much better environment to bring out his potential.
We at GIS create a special environment and place the children within. We give them freedom to live in it and absorb what they find there.
A child’s brain develops rapidly during the early years of schooling. It is a time of rapid cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional and motor development. Each time the child uses one of the senses, a neural connection is made in the child’s brain. New experiences are repeated many times and shape the way the child thinks, feels, behaves and learns, now and in the future.
At GIS we make sure a close relationship between the child and the teacher is built to nourish the child’s growing brain by providing a safe, loving, caring and clean environment for the child’s growth, development and future potential.
Such early bondings and attachment help children to develop a broad range of abilities to be self confident, to have positive social skills, develop knowledge, experience and curiosity.
Children are like finger prints, no two are the same. Progress can differ by weeks or even months among children of the same age.
We at GIS nurture, encourage and provide a stimulating environment for each child to grow at his own pace. We believe that the child is not a vase to be filled but a fire to be lit.
We, SCHOOL and PARENTS, have a very dynamic role and task to create a PREPARED ENVIORMENT for our miniature adults where they absorb gradually and bring out their potential.