“Give me patience when little hands Tug at me with small demands…. Give me gentle words and smiling eyes, And keep my lips from sharp replies So that in years to come when my school is still, Beautiful memories its rooms may fill.”
We at BGSNPS pre-primary section believe that “Childhood is the most beautiful of all life’s seasons” and we constantly strive to make it special and memorable for each child at our school.
Pre-School is not all about academics..
While learning every day is an integral part of our curriculum, we ensure that this learning happens in a stress free environment where the child is let to explore and learn at his own pace and his own will. We believe “learning by doing” is the right way to go to challenge the super brains that is our children of today.
Every day at BGSNPS is an exciting day filled with interesting activities that stimulates the skills of our children.
In-house curriculum books:
Our curriculum books are specially and carefully designed by our dedicated staff, in the best interest of the child’s progress, keeping in mind the need of the day. They are updated frequently to meet the education standards.
Theme based activities:
We have handpicked interesting themes and all our activities are based on our chosen theme.
BGSNPS being a part of the eco-friendly drive, we inculcate a strong sense of being a friend to our mother earth in our tiny tots. This is facilitated by our interesting best out of waste activities.
Our classrooms- An inviting space
To motivate the child and make the classroom atmosphere attractive, we have bulletin boards, theme boards and special boards installed in the classrooms to aid the child in the early years of learning and writing.
An integrated curriculum:
An integration of Montessori Method and activity based learning is what we follow at BGSNPS.
To break the monotony of the classroom, we entertain and educate our children with thoughtful Audio Visual sessions.
To pep up the end of every week and gear them up for the upcoming week, we have No Book Fridays which every child will look forward to, because of hours of fun during which the child is allowed to choose and enjoy his favorite activity.
Our Knowledge Centre:
To mould our children into little book lovers we have an inviting and informative Pre-Primary Library which is a huge source of knowledge and fun.
Free Play, indoor play, music and dance are also an integral part of our co-curricular activities. We also give adequate exposure to our kids to be confident individuals through various programs and performances on stage throughout the year and exhibitions.
We at BGSNPS celebrate all festivals and occasions in a special way, not only for our kids, but we also make our parents a part of our celebrations.
Our infrastructure is planned in such a way that it is very comfortable and safe for our children, with ramps, instead of staircase, connecting the different floors. Our classrooms are spacious and well ventilated with a child friendly wash areas with 2 toilets per class.
Shortly, a swimming pool measuring 30 x 12 feet and 4 feet depth with heated pool facility will be available for all our children within our premises.
Together we can…
The parent-teacher interaction at BGSNPS, is a lot more than just updating the parent about the progress of their child. It is an open house where both the parent and the teacher share their inputs and work together towards the betterment of the child. Apart from the regular PTIs, our teachers are available to the parents on the phone on all week days between 4 and 6 pm in case of any concern or clarification that the parent might have.
Our Dedicated Team:
Our team is headed by headmistress Ms Pushpa D Hegde and all the 3 levels are led by the respective level coordinators. Each class is handled by 2 teachers and assisted by 1 maid throughout the day.
Our faculty is given regular training through our extensive orientation program and by regular in-house training sessions. They are given adequate opportunity to attend various seminars/conferences and workshops conducted by our school and also external organizations.
“Children must be taught HOW TO THINK and not WHAT TO THINK”.