Learning at the K John Public School
The aim of education at K.John Public School is the all-around development and integral growth of the child's physical, mental, social, psychological, and spiritual. In the present time when social consciousness is very much stressed, we train the children so that they in their turn play a vital role in bringing about the desired changes for the betterment of our society
The world of today is changing at a pace never seen before in the history of the human race.
Education faces a world of excessive competitiveness reflected in individualism, consumerism, and success at all costs. There is a heightened awareness of the mass media and social media on the attitude and perception of people and cultures.
To create a conducive environment in our school for better education, all the members of the school community, the management, staff, students, and the parents are collectively responsible.
The school has well-qualified, trained, dedicated, and committed staff. The school campus is located in idyllic surroundings, free from pollution and disturbances, quite conducive for the complete development of the child.
The School is a center in which a specific concept of the World of man and of history is developed and conveyed. It's also a place of integral formation of persons by means of systematic and critical assimilation of culture. The process takes place in the form of personal contacts and commitments which consider absolute values in a life context and seek to insert them into a life framework
To this end the school stimulates the student to exercise his/her intelligence through the dynamics of understanding to attain clarity and inventiveness, helping him to spell out the meaning of his experiences and their truths.
The School strives to draw out the ethical dimension for the precise purpose of arousing the individual's inner spiritual dynamics and to aid him/her in achieving that moral freedom which compliments the psychological freedom
All values, human and spiritual, especially those elucidated by the great Religious leaders and Indian thinkers, shall find their echo in the content and methodology of the teaching-learning process and experiences.
EDUCATION -" A Humanistic issue, towards an Integrated Self."
Education serves as a catalyst in the perpetuation of culture, offering new alternatives and bringing about social change. Education can best achieve the goals of self-realization, concerted action, and social recreation.
To face these humanistic issues and to build the str. dents into integrated beings, the home, the school, and the society assume a vital role. These complex forces have varied positive and negative influences in the student's life and their progress towards an Integrated Self. It is for us as educationists, parents, and responsible citizens to neutralize the detrimental influences of societal factors and harmonize the impact of positive influences through education which in turn would contribute to the development of an integrated self.