“Vision without Action…Is Just a Dream
Action without Vision…Just Passes the Time
But, Vision and Action…Can Change the World”
– Joel A. Barker
We live today in a world that is so very different from the one we grew up in, the one we were educated in. The world today is changing at such an accelerated rate and we as educators need to pause and reflect on this entire system of Education. Are our schools well equipped to prepare our children to face the challenges that the future holds?
Questions such as these are factors that motivate us to go through a continuous process of reflection and hence we, at RRIS work at implementing a well- balanced curriculum to ensure that the children who walk into the portals of our Schools will not just love their school years but truly be prepared to face life’s challenges.
It was Margaret Mead who said “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think,” And to enable this, our vision “We work together as a team to care for those in our school and the surrounding environment. In doing this we develop relationships and actively seek to communicate with our wider school community” encouraged through a holistic approach.
A committed and supportive management, dedicated teachers, caring and co-operative parents blend harmoniously to create a child-centric school. It is natural to find in this ambience, the intensive use of a variety of thinking activities, strategies and group dynamics so that the classrooms become alive.
Teamwork is the hallmark of RRIS. I am very sure through collaborative effort we can achieve more to benefit our students who are the future leaders of tomorrow.
We value individualism and try to inculcate creativity, innovation and confidence. Beside rigorous scholastic programmes, the school has created a niche in all spheres such as art and craft, music, variety of sports, and the list goes on…. We give our students the best possible opportunities in order to bestow them with holistic development. Whether the student is an introvert or an extrovert personality, the aim is to nurture the child into self-motivated individual. We will continue to strive in producing reliable citizens of the country who will go out into the world and make us proud.
There are challenges ahead us, however, keeping in mind our school motto: ‘Goodness before Greatness’ will surely make a great difference. I am certain with the support of staff, parents and students the school will reach greater heights in the years to come.
Success comes to those who work hard and stays with those, who don’t rest on the laurels of the past.”