Facility

overview

With an objective of making the school a model one in all respects, it has an on-line performance reporting system for each student, through internet, enabling the parents / guardians of knowing the progress of their child sitting at home.

Further, a well qualified and efficient staff is supervised by a MANAGING COMMITTEE having persons with vast experience of educational administration and acumen.

S.K.Greenwood has evolved a system of holistic education based on the all-round development of the child. The education provided by S.K.Greenwood treats each child as am individual one and his/her latent potential harnessed and channelised properly.

 

Classroom work will be a part of education. In addition to pursuing intellectual advancement, there will be a “DO IT YOURSELF” spirit which will pervade the academic scenario with a judicious blend of artistic vibrancy, a desire to compete and excel in co-curricular activities, cultural events and sports, enabling the students to strike a balance and foster their all-round development.
COMPUTERS

In the initial stages, when attending the school seems to be a burden to the child, the computers turn learning into fun for the tiny tots. S.K.Greenwood has provision for computer aided learning from Nursery Class itself, to make the students aware of the latest technologies available.

 
Health Care

Periodical medical check-ups are necessary for the child’s development. To ascertain proper growth and health of the students, a Medical Officer carries out these check-ups at regular intervals. First-aid facilities are always available to the students.
Library and Reading Room

The School has provision for two libraries one each for Junior and Senior sections. Books, magazines, journals, periodicals and news papers are available at appropriate levels to make reading fun. A spacious Reading Room is attached to the library where the students sit and utilize their vacant hours in reading, writing and research.
The class Time Table provides a library period to each class once a week. Students are also allowed to borrow books from the library. A trained and qualified librarian having B.Lib.Sc. Degree maintains the library.

 

Water And Power Supply

The School has pure drinking water for the children, duly tested and approved by the Health Department. It is also equipped with stand – by generators for uninterrupted power supply.

 

TRANSPORT

Transport facility on approved bus routes is available for the students. In each vehicle a teacher ensures the safe boarding and return of every student.
HIGHLIGHTS:

EXCELLENT BUILDING WITH MODERN FACILITIES. SCHOOL DEVELOPED ON A 24,000 SQ.YARDS PLOT OF LAND.
SMALL CLASS SIZE OF 25 STUDENTS ONLY, FOR HIGHLY INDIVIDUALIZED ATTENTION.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND EXPERIENCED STAFF.
SEPARATE COMPUTERIZED LIBRARIES & COMPUTER LABS FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR SECTIONS WITH INTERNET FACILITY.
SCHOOL IS EQUIPPED WITH STAND-BY GENERATORS FOR UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY.
SPRAWLING PLAY GROUND , GYMNASIUM AND SWIMMING POOL.
SCHOOL’S OWN FLEET OF VEHICLES FOR TRANSPORTATION OF STUDENTS.
MINERAL WATER FOR DRINKING PURPOSE.
PROVISION FOR EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES LIKE SKATING, HORSE RIDING, DRAWING AND PAINTING, ETC.
AESTHETICALLY DONE-UP PRE-PRIMARY WING.

Students will be taken on visits to places of historic, environmental and social significance. A wide exposure given to performing arts, sporting & cultural activities, craft, eminent artistes and public personalities. The school has captive facilities for sports, indoor and outdoor games. The school also offers horse riding and exposure to aviation.
THRUST ON QUALITY FOR THE PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE
EMPHASIS ON BEST SCHOOL PRACTICES
FOCUS ON INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS IN EDUCATION
OPTIMUM STUDENT – TEACHER RATIO
PSYCHO-DYNAMIC COUNSELING
AC CLASSROOMS – POLLUTION FREE
COMPUTER AIDED TEACHING
IT ORIENTED LEARNING
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR THE DESERVING
FOREIGN LANGUAGES
WONDER WORLD
VIDEO CONFERENCING
FINE ARTS & CRAFTS

Further, a well qualified and efficient staff is supervised by a MANAGING COMMITTEE having persons with vast experience of educational administration and acumen.

Meditation & Yoga Way Back To School

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With Labor Day around the corner, school-aged children from all around the country are either back in school or quickly preparing for a return to the classroom. You can almost feel the sense of excitement and fear these children face as they venture into the unknown. The good news is, now more than ever, children receive the support, encouragement and mentoring needed to help them to make these important life transitions. Not the least of which is a holistic way to a child’s well being that if cultivated properly by a child’s parents can make all the difference in that child’s overall mental and physical health.

Karen Fabian, in this recent Beacon Hill Patch post, takes a look at two practices, meditation and yoga, and the benefits each offer when it comes to helping children deal with the back-to-school transition. The purpose of the post it to provide support to parents needing suggestions on how to better empower their children. According to Fabian, a combination of yoga and meditation teaches them discipline and good habits as well as respect for oneself and others. And for all those parents out there who say children can’t meditate? Fabian addresses that excuse as well….

Think your kids are too young to meditate? Think again. Call it “meditation,” call it “visualization,” call it “sitting still.” It’s just a way of describing being still, breathing and acknowledging how you feel. Of course, this is harder for children the younger they are, but there’s a way you can encourage even children as young as 3 and 4 to be still. At the end of class, I ask even young children to lie flat and think of their favorite color and without speaking it, see if they can “see” it in their minds’ eye. When we’re done, I ask them to come up to seated and tell me what they saw. As children get older you can do some breathing exercises with them and get their feedback when they’re done as to how it felt in their body. In my work with student athletes, I ask them to visualize performing well as a way to “see” their success on the water, track or field. Meditation is a great way to build a habit of stillness and sensation for children and in a world where they are over-stimulated much of their day, this can be a tremendous relief. These times of stillness can help kids begin to process any feelings of anxiety they may feel around school, peer pressure or school performance.

Notice

A new session has begun and as I welcome the children back to school, I feel it is my duty to once again remind you of the school rules where students are concerned and seek your co-operation in monitoring your wards to abide by the same :

  1. Respect punctuality – concentrate on timely arrival to school.
  2. Wear the prescribed uniform to school – both in summer and in winter.
  3. Avoid bunking from school and from classes.
  4. Respect school property.
  5. Behaviour in the school bus should be exemplary.
  6. Avoid the use of abusive language.
  7. Parents should check their child’s school bag. Please send only what is required for the day.
  8. Cash carried by the students to school should be monitored.
  9. Cheating in exams is strictly prohibited.
  10. Mobile phones are not allowed.
  11. For leave – a letter to the Class Teacher is required if it is for one day, for 3 days – a letter to the Headmaster/Headmistress and for longer leave – a letter should be given to the Principal. If long leave is taken without permission, the student’s name will be struck off the rolls. Seventy five percent attendance in school is a must.
  12. Kindly ensure that the school fee is paid on time. Reminders cause unnecessary embarrassment to the child.
  13. All cases relating to discipline will be handled by the Discipline Committee and followed up by the Counsellor. For any further help the counselling department will be at your service.

With regards
Your Sincerely
(AFTAB ABBAS RIZVI)
Principal

Admission

The school admits boys in January and April every year. In January, it admits into the 8th standard (C form), and in April it admits into the 7th standard (D form).

To be admitted in the 7th standard, a boy must be over 11 years and under 12 years of age in September of the year in which he sits for the entrance test. To be admitted in the 8th standard, he must be over 12 years and under 13 years of age in September of the year in which he appears for the test.

 

Entrance is held on the 1st Sunday of  June every year.

Faculty

1 Mr. Jagjit Singh Principal M.sc., M.A.(Pre.) Bed.
2 Mr. Chaman Khan T.G.T. M.A. B.Ed.
3 Mr. Laxmi Narayan Kakra T.G.T. M.A.(Hindi) B.ed. M.A.B.ed.
4 Mr. Babulal Buliwal T.G.T. M.A. B.Ed.
5 Mr. Nisar Khan T.G.T. M.A. B.Ed.
6 Mrs. Pramveer Kaur T.G.T. M.A. B.Ed.
7 Mr. Shivam Omer T.G.T. M.sc. B.Ed.
8 Mrs. Anju Doda T.G.T. M.A. B.Ed.
9 Mr. Sagir Ali T.G.T. M.A. (Urdu) M.A.Edu. B.Ed.
10 Mr. Daulat Khan T.G.T. M.A. M.Ed.
11 Mr. Usman Khan T.G.T. M.A. (Pol.Sc.) M.Phil
12 Mr. Hanuman Ram Pr.Teachar B.Com
13 Mrs. Shabana Khan Pr.Teachar B.A. B.Ed.
14 Mrs. Afroj Khan Pr.Teachar B.A. B.Ed.
15 Miss. Meenu Solanki Pr.Teachar B.A.  
16 Mr. Arif Mohammed T.G.T. M.sc. B.Ed. (Chem)
17 Mr. Zakir Ali Comp.teachar M.A. Comp. Diploma
18 Mr. Shakeel Ahmed  Job. Work B.A. Computer Diploma
19 Mr. Arun P.R.T. M.A.(Lit.)
20 Mr.Vasim Khan Pr.Teachar B.C.A.
21 Mr.Kailash Chand Pr.Teachar BA. B.ed. (Hindi)
22 Mrs.Shabina Naqvi Pr.Teachar B.A.
23 Miss. Jarina Naqvi Pr.Teachar B.A. B.Ed.
24 Mr. Rajesh Royal T.G.T. Hindi Teacher
25 Miss. Aruna Gaur P.G.T. M.Sc. (Biotech)
26 Miss.Anuradha Mishra Pr.Teachar B.A. B.Ed.