Principal's Message

“The highest education is that which does not merely give us information but makes our life in harmony with all existence.” Rabindranath Tagore

Knowledge combined with proper guidance can spell success. A dose of proper guidance should be commenced right from the base itself, that is, in school days. Here comes the role of the teacher in moulding a child's mind.

We ensure that the lessons are taught by enthusiastic teachers, who will engage and interest the pupils. In this way we give pupils a desire to learn more, take on fresh challenges and build their self-confidence.

In addition we offer a wide range of extra curricular activities, which enhances the pupils experience of the school and serves to further develop their awareness of the value of working together for the good of the community.

We need to build resilience within our pupils so that they can learn to overcome problems that are bound to confront them. We find that a focus on learning and how we do it significantly contributes to the well being of the children.

A teacher should make a child ready to face the society, inculcate moral habits in the child and thus, assist in all round development.

At Kumarans, we have a strong belief in preparing the child for life and not just for a living. So enrichment activities are conducted to polish the ‘rough diamonds’ to shine with splendour and brilliance.

In the ICSE stream, project work , as part of the curriculum provides a wonderful opportunity for the child to inculcate creative thinking and originality. It encourages children to do research work and get into the habit of finding out and not just learning.

Parents have been our constant support at every step and endeavour. It is their involvement and encouragement that we rely on for the unfolding of our future dreams.

We are highly indebted to our respected Director Mrs. Meenakshi Balakrishnan for her constant support and encouragement.

Every child is special, and we at Kumarans provide a congenial learning atmosphere for the child to grow and benefit.

I conclude with the words of Nelson Mandela “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”.

Mrs Jayasree Ramesh