RASSAZ EXCLUSIVE

Our unique curriculum incorporates hands-on methods that help students explore different ways of gaining knowledge and developing skills and thinking processes so that they are able to learn for life. Exclusive to Rassaz, these features and facilities help students harness their complete potential.

'BOOK'ED FOR LIFE

Inculcating reading habits through Literature Festivals .

  • To promote a healthy culture of reading that will help them gain knowledge throughout life. We organize literature festivals, exposing them to the classics, famous authors and their works as well as to modern books that are relevant to the present and future scenarios.
  • Various activities like elocution, debates and recitals at these events help enhance their skills and build confidence.
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THE ROOTS FOR THE FUTURE

Practical awareness about sustainable methods

  • The Agro-Fest organized at RIS helps explore agriculture, topology and other fields for sustainable methods for the future.
  • The movers and shakers of tomorrow develop curiosity and a problem-solving approach towards major concerns.
  • Students are made aware of simple techniques they can practice via kitchen and terrace gardens.
  • Guest lectures are given by industry specialists for our students to explore viable career options.
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SAVIOURS OF THE PLANET

Teaching sustainability at an early age

At RIS, we make our students aware about the environmental issues and ways to combat them.

  • Teaching the functioning and effectiveness of solar panels
  • Hands-on experience on solar-cookers
  • Water conservation and harvesting techniques to introduce them to sustainable practices
  • Tree plantation drives to nurture environmental preservation values
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WALK THE TALK

Imbibing core life-values

  • We organize educational recreation for physical fitness and to promote the right way of life amongst nature.
  • Walks in the park are not just good for their health, but also help inculcate good habits and values.
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THE VISION TO LOOK FAR AND BEYOND

High-end astronomical and terrestrial telescope facilities .

  • Providing students with regular guided access to telescopes helps develop curiosity and make science even more interesting. help them gain knowledge throughout life. We organize literature festivals, exposing them to the classics, famous authors and their works as well as to modern books that are relevant to the present and future scenarios.
  • Giving exposure to fields like Astronomy, Radio Waves, Space Science, or Optics opens another future avenue.
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SELF-RELIANCE THROUGH AGE-OLD LIFE-SKILLS

Cooking at campfire nights

  • The rustic and natural way of preparing food on fire, instills resourcefulness.
  • Cooking is a crucial skill that every individual should know.
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A LEAP INTO THE FUTURE OF TECH

Conducting Robotics and mobile app building Workshops

  • Teaching robotics is an effective and enjoyable way to introduce students to software programming languages, a very essential part of life in the current and coming years.
  • Students are also taught basic software, app-building and development techniques, and encouraged to build their own versions.
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FIRST-HAND REAL WORLD EXPERIENCES

Periodic field trips and safaris

To provide exposure to how the world works and used to work, we organize regular field trips to places important for their growth and knowledge. We follow the ‘Culmination and Inquiry’ method of learning, which focuses on in-depth knowledge of a particular topic through practical methods.

  • Jungle safaris and visits to national parks and nature trails to inculcate a strong sense of flora and fauna and a better understanding of classroom topics such as photosynthesis
  • Visits to notable museums for immersive experience of the rich past, promoting critical thinking and developing other important skills
  • Museum-on-wheels to enable younger students to absorb knowledge in a more fun and wholesome manner
  • Introduction to the functioning of essential organizations like the police stations, post-offices and fire-stations through detailed visits
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PREPARING THEM FOR SUCCESS

Introduction to a range of career possibilities.

We organize guest lectures by industry specialists from various fields so that students are able to explore a wide variety of career options and start molding themselves with the required skills. Some of our speakers include:

  • Agriculture experts talking about unique practices such as hydroponics
  • Robotics professionals teaching basic software skills
  • Authors and bloggers to explore fictional and non-fictional writing as a career option
  • Design experts focusing on the importance and future of the field
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SETTING THE STAGE FOR PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

Speech enhancement and drama workshops

Language enhancement and personality development is a core area of focus at RIS. Students are encouraged to participate in debates, speeches, poetry recitals and other such activities and workshops conducted in the school.

Through drama, we help them express themselves better, relate to their peers and develop essential life skills.

  • Emphasis on dialogue delivery and acting methods to boost confidence
  • Addressing social issues to create awareness
  • Miming and read-aloud activities to enhance all aspects of communication
  • Focus on body language and spoken skills through role plays
  • Innovative costume ideas to enhance creativity and imagination
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BOOSTING THEM FOR BOARDS

Counselling and stress management for classes IX & X

  • We understand the extreme pressure to excel in board examinations that students of classes 9th and 10th are under, and hence provide regular counselling sessions by trained professionals.
  • Students are taught time-management, study techniques, stress mitigating methods and also given extra guidance when required.
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CLOSE TO THE ROOTS

Developing a bond with grandparents and the older community

  • We organize the celebrations for Grandparents Day to promote family bonding and pride in one’s roots and to encourage students to respect the senior community.
  • Various activities are conducted to bring them closer to each other, such as students making invites to be given to the elderly and playing interactive games.
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ADDING MORE VALUE

Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service

At RIS, we nurture our students to grow into morally upright citizens that care about the community, while also equipping them with vocational skills. Our weekly schedule allows students to balance their academic class time with time to reflect, be active, to contribute to the school and the wider community.

  • Block-printing, cooking, needlework and other crafts
  • Visits to orphanages and old age homes, and contributing there by providing self-made snacks
  • Cleanliness drives to inculcate environment-friendly outlook
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ENRICHMENT OF EVERY CHILD

Additional aid for studies and activities

  • We at RIS realize that each student thinks and learns differently, at their own pace. Our staff dedicates extra time and supplements the learning materials for every child that requires extra help in learning.
  • Students are also given counseling and occupational therapy to help their studies and overall development.
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CELEBRATING INDIA

Exploring a multitude of different cultures

  • Our country and the world at large is a melting pot of various rich cultures and we take pride in each of them.
  • A range of festivals are celebrated with enthusiasm and active student participation in music, dance, drama and other activities.
  • Notable days such as Hindi Diwas are observed to stay in touch with traditions and Indian culture via storytelling, story writing, stage enactments, poetry recitals and competitions.
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RASSAZ MEETS THE WORLD

International exposure through exchange programs

  • To promote global cultural exchange and expand the worldview of our students, we conduct annual student exchange programs through virtual channels.
  • Students absorb the culture and lifestyle of other countries while sharing their own with a global community.
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WORKING TOGETHER FOR THE BEST

School interaction with parents and parent-child bonding.

Parents play a pivotal role in a child’s life and learning, and we at Rassaz encourage you to be vested in their school life by establishing a partnership between the parent and the school in the best interests of the student.

  • Monthly PTMs for increased interactions
  • The Rassaz Sums App: A mobile phone application that provides regular updates, event intimations, important circulars and communication to parents in real-time

We also conduct activities involving both parents and students, to develop a stronger bond between them:

  • Reading suitcase: A unique reading activity in which the school lends a book to the parents of each student, every 15 day to be read out to the child.
  • Monsoon Mela: A celebration of the rainy season involving family activities such as umbrella decoration
  • Family tree making to make students aware about and develop a bond with their roots
  • Character parade with parents and students dressing up as characters from the student’s favourite book
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SCREEN TIME FUN AND LEARNING

Screenings of educational movies

  • Children subconsciously learn various aspects of personality development and community interaction through movies and we provide a proper environment for them to watch and learn through them.
  • Active discussion is prompted after the screening, thereby enhancing their thought processes.
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IMPACTING THE EARLY YEARSF

Unique development methods for pre-primary students

The pre-primary stage of child development is one which shapes their coming years. At RIS, we employ some unique methods and activities which help students become more confident, social, and open to learning.

  • Show and tell: Students show their favourite home-object to their friends and talk about it, thus enhancing social skills and communication.
  • Pajama parties are organized for students to promote interactions amongst them through fun activities like yoga.
  • To motivate them and encourage hard-work and dedication, each achievement is acknowledged through celebrations such as the Graduation Ceremony for when they shift from pre-primary to primary classes.
  • Primary Color Day: To promote understanding of color, students are asked to wear a particular shade on certain days.
  • Mobile library: Students are encouraged to read by adding an engaging element to books through the mobile library.
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