The power of individual attention

In order to give our children, the absolute advantage of experiencing inter-connectedness, it is important that we first understand their individual mental, physical, emotional and developmental needs in the best possible way. This cannot happen without giving them sufficient personal attention. Thus, at Tagore Public School, we are careful not to lose the advantage of staying small and focused. Our teachers use various methods to ensure that they truly ‘know’ each and every child – their interests, what inspires and motivates them and what turns them inward. In order to help them do so, we maintain an optimal teacher-student ratio of 1:10.

The power of Joyful learning all day, every day… lifelong!

In keeping with our passionate pursuit of quality in education, learning never comes to an end at TPS. Innovative after-school programmes and weekend family events ensure that it continues even beyond school hours.

Together we learn!

At TPS, our entire curriculum is designed to encourage active, collaborative engagement. Once children learn to appreciate their own strengths and differences, we use collaborative learning strategies such as jigsaw, think-pair-share, circle of writers, talking chips and more to help them put their knowledge and skills together to work towards common goals. They go beyond merely sitting together at group tables, to imbibing a genuine sense of joint responsibility and accountability – all for one and one for all!

An Approach to diversity

At Tagore Public School, we recognise that each child is unique and different and learns in his or her own way. Factors such as prior knowledge, readiness to learn, a child’s particular interests and passions and learning profile usually contribute to the different ways in which he/she learns. Our teachers use Differentiated Instruction methods and strategies such as choice boards, centers, stations and differentiated worksheets to both incorporate and go beyond Multiple Intelligence insights with an intent to help each child become more aware of his/her leanings, preferences for learning and areas of strength. Diversity of thoughts and opinions, ideas and expressions and ways of learning are always valued in our classrooms.