Dr. Shailaja Tulsi
Edify School, Bidar
Edify School, Bidar
Education is the manifestation of perfection already existing in a man – Swami Vivekananda
With a vision of fostering confident, resilient, independent and progressive thinkers, we at Edify School, Bidar, are committed towards nurturing young minds to create active global citizens of the future.
Our goal is to cultivate each child’s love of learning by recognizing that individual differences makes every child unique as a person and a learner, our facilitators promote belief in self, focus on multiple intelligence and guide them to be intellectually ambitious, creative, innovative and successful leaders of tomorrow. With a learner-centric approach, we provide opportunities to students to gain competence in different skills, scholastically and co-scholastically.
As a 21st century organization, we believe in empowering our students through a global perspective. The school desires to set an approach to learning that incorporates inquiry, research, analytical thinking and reasoning, and an application based learning. Our 3C Curriculum adopts a thematic approach towards learning and is effective as its trans-disciplinary approach caters to the needs of individual learning styles of the child, where Why is encouraged and What is nurtured.
We promote experiential learning, wherein children learn through experiences and participation thereby establishing the concepts concretely and enhancing the capability to assimilate and apply new learning.
Our aim is to instill human values in children, to create an empathetic and capable individual with integrity and a sense of social responsibility.
At the outset I express my gratitude to the parents who have put in their faith in us to nurture and develop their children into stronger and capable adults of tomorrow. I strongly believe that imparting education is a collaborative effort which involves professional administrators, committed facilitators, dedicated parents and motivated students.
And together we can make a difference!