http://tomcarter.co.uk/archive/author/tomcarter/feed Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, a premier institution providing education in India. http://oceanadesigns.net/envira/bahama-blue/ Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan was founded in 1938 by Dr. K. M. Munshi, a far-sighted visionary and practical idealist, who was also one of the chief members of India’s constituent assembly. The Bhavan has the blessings of Gandhiji, the Father of the Nation and other stalwarts of the Indian National Movement like C. Rajgopalachari, Sardar Patel, Dr. Rajendra Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru. It represents Indian culture and reflects the ethos of Indian traditions in its true spirit. Today, the Bhavan is running over 400 schools in India and 10 international centres in UK, USA, Singapore, Australia, South Africa, Portugal, and schools in Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain and now in Ajman. It is an English medium, day boarding school and the school is affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi.
Our Guiding Principle
Academic Progression at Bhavans
With the prime objective of engaging children physically, emotionally and socially, our kindergarten culture presents the perfect learning environment for kids that helps them take baby steps as a strong foundation.
Characterized by enjoyment in learning, our primary schooling methods involve learning through exploring and discovery, focus on basics, cultivating creativity and building confidence through opportune platforms.
MIDDLE & SECONDARY
Teaching approach at this stage involves enticing children to innovate, tinker, explore and experiencing the joy of making through experimental and experiential methods in the science, mathematics and linguistic subjects.
Riding on the strong foundations laid down throughout the journey right from kindergarten, the focus at this stage is on academic excellence and transformation by enculcating the values for being socially responsible citizens.
Higher still and higher from the earth thou springest
Like a Flash of golden fire The deep blue thou wingest.
Winners don’t do different things,
we do things ‘DIFFERENTLY’
Education is not the learning of facts,
but the training of the mind to think