WELCOME TO ST.JOHN'S SCHOOL
St.John’s School established the School as a part of the wider vision to develop their educational activities further and to serve the neighborhood student communities. Amidst a large gathering of aspiring children enthusiastic parents devoted teachers and service oriented Johnetts in a serene and prayerful atmosphere on a bright and pleasant morning on 4th June, 2007 at 9 am was the inauguration of St.john’s vision .The school follows the central syllabus of ICSE(Indian Certificate for Secondary Education)…
Our campus is an inflection point of enlightenment, creative energy, and inspiration. A place where students and teachers, come together to think big, follow their dreams, and challenge the status quo. It’s the opportunity of discovery new Ideas, which sparkles and exchanged
School facilities are one of the basic educational requirements, and it is necessary to maintain safe and high-quality school facilities from the perspective of maintaining and improving educational levels in line with the developmental stage.
Admissions open for the academic year 2019-20. For details contact 080-22331313. Hurry! Only few seats left.
Love Your Children!
Our emotions are so closely linked to our children’s well being that no parent is calm all the time. The more worked up we are about something, the more likely we may say something we wish, we could unsay. When an issue threatens to get out of hand, it might help to say, “I am really upset to say anything right now. I’ll get back to you when I am calm”. Sometimes it helps to calm oneself down during potentially explosive situations with the thought ‘Never forget what you were like a child’. Sometimes I wonder how we as adults act with restraint around other adults. No matter how agitated we feel, I am sure we owe the same to our children.
It helps to give the child a fair hearing. When the child has finished speaking, rephrase for him what he has just told you, and then ask if that is essentially what he meant. Make sure you understand the who, the what, the where and the why of what your child tells you before giving advice or taking any action. We, very often, forget that the child’s perception is not an adult’s. Recognizing that life’s little problems seem bigger when you are a child should add a few minutes to our patience threshold.
Affection, the softest and quietest approach to communication, can heal harsh moments. There are quite a few times when it seems inappropriate to talk. Affection is a silent sign that no matter what disagreements or conflicts arise; parents and children can eventually talk.
“Mothers, touch your children,
Fathers, hug them tight,
Show them what a gift they are,
To love them feels so right”
“Don’t limit a child to your own learning, for he was born in different time.”— Rabindranath Tagore