Curriculum

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Our Philosophy

The philosophy of Gyan Anant Vidyalaya is founded on a set of defining values and beliefs that is put into action by every student of the School. Children are taught to be empathetic towards nature and conserve natural resources. Our utmost priority is to groom their confidence. We desire to provide responsible, productive and morally upright youth to the society. The school encourages students to be independent, and we bring them opportunities to help define their self-worth and self-esteem. We appreciate, empower and support our students as well as lend a helping hand when they face obstacles.

Our Core Values

Excellence

develop the quality of being outstanding

Respect

pay high regards to everyone

Integrity

be honest and follow moral principles

Spirituality

develop a sense of connection with inner life through meditation, yoga.

Teamwork

be always cooperative by using individual skills

Compassion

be sympathetic and caring for all around us.
Our Discipline

At Gyan Anant Vidyalaya children will be given freedom to behave in their natural way. They will be expected to maintain discipline inside the class during teaching periods, whereas moving in the corridors without disturbing the other classes. During activity periods the children will be allowed to move around freely in the class and talk while working in groups or have informal discussions among themselves.

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Environment Education

Gyan Anant Vidyalaya's environmental studies begins with the importance of maintaining a healthy environment. Students are introduced to an understanding of the five elements - earth, sky, air, fire, and water. Environmental awareness activities such as resource protection, conservation, preservation, and restoration are conducted.
Besides in class room teaching students get hands on practical learning opportunities too, where students learn about various curriculum related concepts such as how groundwater is recharged and collected from paved areas, how to use conserved water for gardening, sanitization, collection of rainwater from rooftops for subterranean recharging and LED/CFL to save electricity etc. All this is learnt under the supervision of professional teachers.
Students are encouraged, to avoid using plastic bags to dispose trash near their homes, schools, and eating establishments. We also encourage our students to plant a sapling on their birthday’s either at home or at school while also inculcating the tradition of gifting saplings to their loved ones on celebratory occasions

Value Education

Value-based learning provides an environment that fosters student’s academic success besides developing lifelong social and personal relationship skills. The positive attitude of teachers encourages students to develop a sense of security and affection, which provide a firm basis for inculcating other core values.
‘Value Education’ is a socialisation process that youngsters experience through songs, plays, conversations, project themes, incentive systems, appreciation, storytelling, cultural activities, festival celebrations and so on. Respect, love, honesty, unity, cooperation, courage, friendship, appreciation, patience, trust, optimism, happiness and peace, aids in the development of reflective learners and the growth of civilised citizens.

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Cultural Activities

Outside the classroom, children participate in activities that allow them to hone specific talents and demonstrate their hidden inner abilities. Students obtain theoretical and practical experience in the performing arts as a result of their own studies.
"Teach me, and I will forget, show me, and I might remember. Involve me, and I will never forget." is a very apt proverb in the case of performing arts. Cultural activities help students to develop their overall personality. They gain self-confidence, and the necessary resources provided to them help them develop their specific abilities to achieve a successful life.
Students tend to learn and are inspired by music, dance, and performing arts. They get an understanding of different cultures and have an improved sense of the self. Cultural activities help students realise their optimum potential and identify their talents and interests outside of the classroom.

Creative Clubs

The School has several clubs to inspire, motivate and provide opportunities to develop aesthetic, motor, cognitive and social skills.