Chairman's Message

Dr. M R Patil
Chairman

We have been trying to provide quality education along with an emphasis on the improvement of communication skill and training in relevant fields. We intend to redefine education in terms of the imperatives of the 21st century in the triple context of Quality, Ethics and Accountability. We desire to retrofire the stakeholders, namely the students and staff, with reference to their need, aspirations and obligations. This shall spell out each one's multi-learning, multi-skill and multi-tasking roles as knowledge workers.

We want to restructure our educational experience, both curricular and extracurricular, to be provided at every stage, at all levels, in terms of time frame, contents, activities including teaching evaluating and research. We wish to re-engineer the entire process of interaction covering instruction, testing, remedying, enriching, extension, continuing educational programs, community interface, industry interface and overall management. We will include elements of multimode, multimedia and multi-sourcing to strengthen reprocessing of various tasks and activities.


Principal's Message

"When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts."

Education is a lifelong process which is to be nurtured with love and care. It must be built on a firm and broad foundation for students to excel in life. We as a team believe preparing our students for a future is more important than anything else. Learning subject content is not sufficient for present day situation. Rather we have to train the young generation of today and tomorrow to equip them with life skills, communication skills and make them understand their culture. These facilitate them to appreciate the culture across the world for better survival when they are placed at any part of the globe. This helps them to endure and accept our ever changing world. We work on inculcating nurturing of human values and social skills among our young learners to make them realise that this would be the source of happiness and fundamental base for success in life.

I conclude saying that students at SIS lead life as a complete human being and a responsible citizen of the country in the decades to come.




Vice Principal's Message
             The realities of schools today are unique and challenging. There are external as well as internal influences that shape a classroom and consequently the future of a student. As a student, I have experienced the impact of various forms of education, as a parent, I connect with other parent concerns and issues they face every day, as a teacher, I hold in my hands my experience to share with my faculty and now as an administrator I am enthusiastic about putting all the above together and being a resource for everyone.

             I believe that students come first and every student can succeed. My vision is to focus on all students achieving educational excellence, through a rich curriculum and respectful atmosphere. By building on a strong sense of community, inspiring teachers and a commitment to character, we would prepare our students to become strong participants and leaders in the world community.

             I feel honored to be a part of the SIS family and serve in my new role as a Vice Principal. I am here to support the students, teachers and the school community. Two-way communication between home and school is of vital importance to us. We are always just a phone call away; please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns.



Co-ordinator's Message
             “A school is a place where one learns about the totality, the wholeness of life. Academic excellence is absolutely necessary, but a school includes much more than that. It is place where both the teacher and the student explore, not only the outer world, the world of knowledge, but also their own thinking, their own behavior.”

             It’s with these ideals that we at S.I.S hope to ignite minds and shape futures of our children. We firmly believe that Quality is never an accident. It is always a result of intelligent effort in right direction. The academic and co-curricular activities integrate the talent of students with the opportunities in various fields. This enables them to challenge themselves, celebrate their creativity, initiate through daily interactions both in and out of class.

             While our school endeavors to empower students to become productive members of an ever changing global society, ample emphasis on the value of compassion, sharing and understanding is paid to harness the pursuit of excellence holistically. Our students aim not only to be great, but to be good as well.
Each and every student of school becomes our very own in the process of imparting knowledge. I can imagine nothing more beautiful than that.”



Co-ordinator's Message
             “Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity, but in doing it.”              Learning is the process of constantly updating in an ever changing world. The first five years’ experience the most rapid changes of life and are critical in a child's development. Children develop rapidly during this time; physically, intellectually, emotionally and socially. Also, the earliest years of a child’s life are a key to predicting ultimate success in their school and personal life.

             The period from the age of three years until the beginning of Class 1 in a mainstream school is called the Foundation Stage of learning. All children should be given the opportunity to experience the very best possible start to their education.

             Learning at our school is based on the fundamental principles of life; teaching the children to be courageous, confident, disciplined, responsible and loyal. Education at our school provides a foundation for a lifetime of learning and is great fun too.
I would like to end with the words of Albert Einstein – “Imagination is more important than knowledge, for while knowledge defines all that we currently know and understand, imagination points to all we might yet discover and create.”