The Teacher and The Taught

As teachers we should present the subject in a way that revolves round the common interest of learners, elaborate nutty topics and concepts peaking through complex domain of relevance.

As role models we can influence the approach of learning by just working as a facilitator rather experts. When planning a curriculum or interacting with students, we need to be concerned about different learning approaches so as to moderate our teaching strategies accordingly.

Also, we should not forget the pace of learning of each individual child. We can peep into the mind of a child by simply cuing the previous knowledge, present context and the need of the time.

Learners' Feedback plays a vital role for growth and development of every learner.

Innovative Teaching Strategies

"The job of an educator is to teach students to see the vitality in themselves", said Joseph Campbell.

We at RBKGS use innovative way of teaching which helps the students to think creatively. It provides inspiration, knowledge and stability.

Learning Beyond the class Room

When you learn by doing you retain lessons for a lifetime.

Learning beyond the classroom offers a whole host of opportunities you will struggle to find within confines of your classrooms four walls. By taking learning beyond the classroom we will find dozens of opportunities to make learning concepts, real and relevant by putting them into a more realistic context. Many concepts which seem too difficult to get a grasp of in the classroom are a lot easier to understand in the big wide world when they are set in context, and when the children are more engaged and motivated to understand and learn. For this, we at RBKGS provide field trips for the students.

Hands on Experience

"A man who carries a cat by the tail learns something he can learn in no other way", said Mark Twain.

It provides active learning techniques and the accumulation of knowledge and skills. It provides work-based learning, equipping you with the practical and professional abilities sought by the teachers.

Field Trips: A field trip is a structured activity that occurs outside the classroom. It can be a brief observational activity or a longer more sustained investigation or project. It offers an opportunity for students to get exposure to "real" people and events and the opportunity to make connections with others. Students on field trips visit people and places that they are not normally exposed to during the school day.

Events: Events like Annual Day, Sports Meet etc can build Sportsmanship, Social Skills, Leadership Skill and Confidence in the students. It exposes them to the various culture and creed of a country. A prospect for students is given to expose their ability and talent. This builds courage and independence in the students.

Picnics: Picnics has always been a part of recreation in the schools. But the main motto of picnic is to learn through exploration. Here the student is confident and becomes aware of the society in which they lives.


quotes Theme presentation was very good.All the children actively participated in the programme which increase their confidence level.   quotes
- Mrs. Ranjana ( parents of K-2)


quotes Very nice to see the children spoke perfectly ….. Lovely….. feeling proud on my daughter.   quotes
- Mrs. Dharmishtha ( Parents of Grade -4 students)


quotes The theme presentation was very good. I like so much.   quotes
- Mr. Sajid Shaikh( parents of Nursery students)

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