Welcome to Springdales School, Pusa Road
A School with a Heart
Springdales is a progressive educational institution. The school was established in 1955 with its commitment to national revival and internationalism. Its motto ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’, the world is a family encapsulates the vision that has guided the school over the years.
At Springdales, education is looked upon as holistic learning experience to help children to develop qualities of head, hand and heart which will make them self-reliant individuals and fine human beings, socially aware, compassionate and kind, having pride in their country. People who are ready to work as agencies of change for building a more socially just and equitable society.
We endeavor to sow the seeds of acceptance, collaboration and empathy that will help students to deal with the challenges they face as adults.
We believe that learning takes place in a variety of ways- in the community, through peers, information technology, media, literacy, life skills and well-being initiatives.
We have opened up our learning spaces in innovative ways that seamlessly link the school with the world outside.
This will help to connect the global with localized communities enabling a vision that will be based on collective good and shared interests.
Affirmative action holds the power of equity, empowerment and opportunity.
Parameters of Excellence
- Community Service
- Parental Involvement
- Disabled Friendliness
- Leadership Management Quality
- Competence of Faculty
- Life Skills
- Academic Representations
- Value for money (The lowest fee structure in Public Schools)
The Principal’s Desk
Ameeta Mulla Wattal
In our endeavor to bring about learning, our focus has always been value and vision.
We believe that even as we equip our young learners with 21st Century skills of communication, collaboration and creativity, we must also ensure that we nurture values in every aspect of school life which will sow the seeds of their future sensibilities.
Our concerns over growing reports of violence, rage, alienation, unhealthy competition and extremely assessment driven systems has led us to believe that there cannot be an interdependent learning society unless we weave in deep engagement with values.
Similarly our innovations across values education focus on heritage and culture as a part of socialization of students for a greater interest towards learning.
It is imperative today to look at an innovation strategy that blurs lines between formal and informal learning, which is critical to transformation.
A learning society is both individual and collective and the emphasis on a variety of 21st century skills is within the context of the school, country and the world.
Keep the faith !!!
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