We live today in a world that is very different from the one we grew up in, one we were educated in. The world today is changing at an accelerated rate and we as educators need to pause and reflect on this entire system of education.
Are our schools well equipped to prepare our children to face the challenges that the future holds ?
Questions as such are the factors that motivate us to go through a continuous process of reflections and hence, we at St.Anne’s work at implementing a well prepared curriculum to ensure that the children who walk into the portals of our school will not just leave their school but truly be prepared to face the challenges of life.
It was Margret Mead who said “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think,” and to enable this magination and innovation, learning is encouraged through a holistic approach. “To motivate The Weak, to address The Average and challenge The Gifted “is the teaching vision of our school. Aristotle once said that “Educating the mind without educating the heart is no education at all”. Even as we impart education to match the advancement in technology and globalization, we march our children ahead with school’s ethos of moral values and principles.
We endeavour constantly to instill these values of love, compassion, forgiveness and peace in our children. We try our best to help them to grow and develop into sensitive and responsible citizens of the next generation.
Sr. Siji Issac