Message from the Principal
The African proverb, "It takes a village to raise a child" is a universal quote that shows the importance of enlisting help from multiple sources when it comes to bringing up kids. While a teacher acts as the primary educator, that doesn't mean that a parent has no role in the learning process.
Effective development of a child is ensured when both, the school and home, complement each other. While, at school novel concepts are systematically introduced to a child, at home these concepts require reinforcement by the parents.
Having stated the above, another dimension on how a school and home should complement each other is to role model the values and principles a child is expected to demonstrate. Thus, a school is to ensure that teachers are unbiased and favoritism does not exist, similarly, caregivers at home are to ensure that children are treated fairly.
It is through this 'SHARED-RESPONSIBILITY' of the school and home that a student will be able to achieve his/her full potential.