Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Uniform Routines…

The academic terms are nearing final exams. In the last few weeks before the long vacations when the syllabus is almost complete, the school bags become lighter and students carry fewer books. The young ones still try keep the pace with elder’s, who handhold them along…

4 comments:

workhard Thu Feb 19, 01:25:00 AM GMT+5:30  

Finally, these kids must be relieved, sometimes i feel so bad, some of them carry bags that weigh more than them

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Rajesh Dangi Thu Feb 19, 08:38:00 AM GMT+5:30  

yeah...the education for centiries have remained as burden.

Rajalaxmi Wed Mar 25, 04:11:00 PM GMT+5:30  

Nice post. The present education system in our country burdens students with exams and tons of homework. Therefore kids are just going from studying at school to homework and they don't have time to play. As a result kids are angry and stressed. Parents are bugged with all the constant reminding and nagging about homework. Every child is uniquely talented. An education should help children to find their potential and help them develop as individuals. We wanted our children to benefit from such an education. We researched extensively on schools in Bangalore. Only Inventure Academy offered what we were looking for. They have comprehensive education which meets the needs, interests and abilities of our children and makes them more future ready. Our children have been studying there for two years now and I am very happy with their progress and how they are shaping up as individuals.

mallika Sun Oct 11, 12:07:00 PM GMT+5:30  

My daughter has just started in Inventure Academy. Before I decided on Inventure Academy, I had done an extensive research of schools in Bangalore. After all, one does look at long term, so the child will be more comfortable, instead of changing schools - be it once or more than once, it brings along its own baggage of stress with it. I felt the same way about Inventure Academy as Rajalaxmi. My mind was at ease after seeing their homework policies, their teaching methodologies, etc. The kind of attention given to the children was exactly what i was looking for for my daughter. I was, to be honest, very anxious, the first day of my daughter's school, but after seeing how she was welcomed and involved in everything, i wanted to laugh at my silliness. I'm sure mother's sending their kids to school for the first time will be able to understand the feelinhg.