Saturday, October 5, 2013

SHISHUVAN SCHOOL 426, Shraddhanand Road, King’s Circle


“We focus on parent participation, and they are involved in our security committees and academics. They also help us evaluate and revamp the school. We have a club where students run a parliament-like body in the school. Students also participate in curriculum-building.”— NEHA CHHEDA, principal

426, Shraddhanand Road, King’s Circle


HISTORY: Shishuvan School was set up as a response to the locality’s need for an English-medium school with modern facilities. It was started in June 2001.

UNIQUE FEATURES: The school focuses on hands-on learning and games. Concepts such as ‘methods of farming’ are taught to Class 4 students by taking them to Dahanu for paddy farming. Students can join different clubs such as film making, robotics, video-game making and so on. The school self-review and evaluation (SSRE) is undertaken to evaluate the school in the light of its own vision.

Highest ratings for: Teachers Academic rigour Selection process
Board: Class 10 — ICSE
Annual fee: 50,000
Students: 1,250 boys and girls
Student-teacher ratio: 20:1

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