The Heritage School
Each child who joins the Heritage family is the starting point of our approach to education. It is the child who defines, redefines, builds and rebuilds the dharma and the purpose of our existence . There is no simple, single flavour to a Heritage child. But we believe that it would be fair to sum up our aspirations along the following lines:Each Heritage child must be inspired to undertake a continuous process of self-discovery, of seeking the truth about oneself and the world around, through a process of reflection and dialogue. The four fundamental capacities to think, relate, act and learn are honed and nurtured to the highest possible level in each Heritage child. The child is also conscious about his/her uniqueness and capacities. The child is inspired and empowered to live a life of virtue and value, ethics and erudition, love and compassion, insight and aesthetic. Each child has highly evolved skills that are essential for the 21st Century like critical and systemic thinking, ideation, reasoning and questioning, emotional intelligence to aid in realising his/her potential. Each Heritage child appreciates and celebrates diversity of culture, abilities, religion, caste, gender, nationality. Each child has legitimate pride in our nation. At the same time, a Heritage child is able to locate and respect the local in the global and the universal in the regional.
Great School Jan 19,2015My son has been a pass out from that school. He was from the first batch of pass outs. The school has matured over a period of time and has had it's bit of success and sorrows. The original teaching staff (when my kid was there) was excellent. Some teachers did leave the school to join in other scho...More
Unprofessionals May 09,2014I had heard lot about the schools curriculum being different so filled up the form to seek my kids admission to this school. Their date for the lucky draw clashed with the other schools.It was made clear that the lucky draw will be taken amongst the parents present and those who could not make it to...More
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