School days are the happiest, in most people’s life. But most of us realise this, only when we look back. It was with this objective, that we launched the concept of Happy School. At Guardian, our students learn “How to be happy” while they go about doing their activities - while they are Learning, Having Fun or Facing Exams. Our dream is to ensure that our children “Remember to be Happy” as much as they remember the multiplication table, that they learn at school. When a human being is happy within self, he/ she will be instrumental in creating happiness around. This would be our biggest contribution to nation building. A happy and content India.
Our interpretation of Education is different. History is taught so that children learn about Success & Failure, in order to take “Aware decisions” in their life. Every subject and language is taught in a manner, that the “take aways” from the learning are useful to them throughout their life
Boredom and burn out are the bane of this generation. Our endeavour is to encourage Curiosity and nurture Creativity – which we consider as the toolsfor a very happy and meaningful life. The words “I don’t know“, is not taboo at Guardian, neither for teachers nor for students. In this day and age where change is the only constant, our students and teachers are taught to continuously learn and unlearn and find answers to questions that they don’t know.
A lot of importance is given to technology as a tool for active participation of students, teachers and parents, in the learning process. Children are taught to intelligently and safely use World Wide Web and Social Media platforms. The schools social media arms are effectively used to communicate the activities and efforts of teachers and students, to engage with the parents and the society. But these are not substitute for real life experiences. We actively encourage our parents to visit the school in person and actively participate in the activities.
The Guardian legacy is built on the personal legacies of our students. We look forward to the whole hearted support of parents and teachers in helping the Guardian students build their personal legacies.