We give students ample opportunity to explore their interests and cultivate unique strengths. We believe all children should have access to an exceptional, personalized education that enables them to live a happy and successful life.
A combination of projects, real life exposure, audio-visual presentations, classroom teaching, experiential learning and brainstorming activities are used to make learning fu n,exc long and interesting.
Real World Application
We believe students learn most effectively when they can understand the concepts and more importantly their implementation to the real world. Our goal is to enable students to make meaningful connections and foster curiosity about the world we live in.
Preparation for life
Following the age-old wisdom that looks at education as preparation for life. students are groomed to become better human beings and not just pass examinations. At ATRI PUBLIC SCHOOL efforts are taken to instill high moral and values along with necessary life skills in young minds.
Competition with Self
A child at ATRI PUBLIC SCHOOL is always competing but not with others, rather this competition is with self. We always emphasize at learning right than learning fast. We do not let a child succumb to competition & rat race pressures, but we understand & respect that every child has his own optimalpace to learn. This results in a stress free environment where a child gets full freedom to grow individually.
We impart education by integrating proven. world-class teaching methods with modern infrastructure and technology. Our curriculum emphasizes on activity-based learning for which we create a suitable environment and focus on learning needs of each child rather than a predetermined set of pattern. We add further value by inculcating a strong sense of discipline and hard work in our kids; thus nurturing them to be future ready to face global challenges. The school lays strong emphasis on constructivist approach where the child is encouraged to be the architect of her/his own knowledge and Mentor act as guides rather than instructors.