Shaishav School was started in 1985 with the basic objective of providing an equal platform of learning and growth to the regular students and the children with special needs within the same campus. Since then, it has come to be recognized as an institute with a vision to educate for life, balancing both the knowledge and the art of living to face the challenges. Shaishav School provides a range of experiences designed to facilitate not only academic excellence but also to nurture the emotional intelligence and enhance the Social-Spiritual Quotient of its students. Aadhar the section dealing with children with special needs, strives to provide independence, both social and economic, to its students to make them worthy citizens of society. The basic objective is to facilitate the growth of each student into a balanced individual by ensuring his/her holistic development. The dedicated and highly motivated team of educators is inspired to achieve new heights of professional excellence and continually striving to explore new avenues of teaching. Effective communication skills in English, ability to filter process and apply information for problem-solving, decision making and diligence is fostered in each and every child. I am confident that our institute will continue to live up to the expectations of all those who seek to enter its portals.
Swami Vivekananda once said “Education is the manifestation of the perfection already in man. Religion is the manifestation of the Divinity already in man. Therefore, the only duty of the teacher in both cases is to remove all obstructions from the way. Hands off! As I always say, pay to have a paper written do my essay and everything will be right. That is, our duty is to clear the way. The Lord does the rest.” Our School aims to educate the young minds to take themselves as leaders in the global community by offering our pupils a comprehensive education from Nursery to Class VIII. We are a caring community where students’ needs are a priority and where traditional Indian and modern Western educational values are respected and encouraged to co-exist.
Every individual is different and hence, we try to encourage creativity, innovation, and confidence in a customized form. Beside rigorous scholastic activities, the school has marked its name in all spheres such as art and craft, music, the variety of sports, environmental conservation of activities etc.
Our pursuit of bringing a paradigm shift from teaching to learning continues to set the school as future-focused and goal oriented. Our assessment system helps students to question, to think, to reason and to analyze. We like to work and apply our teaching-learning to our day-to-day situations. In this era of cut-throat competition, it is of paramount importance to impart an integrated education to the future citizens of the nation for successfully facing multitasking and multi skilling.
We teach our students the importance of hard work, of being consistent and perseverant, of timely submission of work, of making an effort to do better at the very next opportunity available, and of being respectful to all. Their efforts are applauded more than their scores. With the plethora of aesthetic and extra-curricular activities offered, each child is acknowledged for some achievement or the other.
We all have the potential that is limitless when compared to the extent to which we have our talents. My message is meant pay to have a paper written do my essay to encourage all Shaishavites to take the canvas of hope and the brush of a glorious vision and paint your own portrait of excellence!
“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
|Sr No.||Teacher's Name||Father / Spouse Name||Experience||Qualification||Designation|
|1||ROY SWATI||BIMAL ROY||33 years||MA, B.Ed and Journalism||Principal|
|2||SHAH JIGNA||MITUL||17 years||B.Sc||Wellness PRT Teacher|
|3||VADHANI CHAITALI||URVESH||13.5 years||B. Sc. B. Ed.||Asst. Teacher TGT|
|4||NAWALDEEP KAUR||AMARJIT SINGH||02 years||B.C.A., ART & CRAFT, ITI||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|5||KSHATRIYA SANDEEP KUMAR||SUBEDAR||10 years||B.Com. B.P.Ed. NIS Football, AFC - C license, AIFF - D license||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|6||GOSWAMI KRUNALPURI||SURESHPURI||10 years||MA, B.Ed||Asst. Teacher TGT|
|7||JOSHI PRITY||HITENDRA||20 years||MA, B.Ed||Asst. Teacher TGT|
|8||TRIVEDI PURVI||VIKRAM||18 years||MA, B.Ed||Asst. Teacher TGT|
|9||NAKUM CHETAN||VELJIBHAI||05 years||B.E B.Ed||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|10||VYAS SHARDDHA||RAJENDRAKUMAR||13 years||B.A. B.Ed. M.A , M. Phil.||Asst. Teacher TGT|
|11||KOLIWAD VANI||ANUP||07 years||B.Sc,.M.B.A.||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|12||DIXIT PAYAL||KAUTS||05 years||MA, B.Ed||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|13||MUKHOPADHAYAY ADITI||ABHIJIT||03 years||M.Com. B. Ed||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|14||RATHOD PRADEEP||KAUSIKBHAI||02 years||MPA||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|15||PRAVIN FADAKE||DATTATRAY||12 years||BA, Blib, DLP-Lib||Asst. Teacher PRT|
|16||RUCHITA JOSHI||KRUSHNKANT||05 years||BA PSYCHOLOGY BED MED||Specialeducator|
|17||SONALI SHRMA||SUJIT||10 years||M.Sc.(Textiles)||Asst. Teacher NTT|
|18||MANJU CHATURVEDI||ANIL KUMAR||07 years||BA, D.EI.Ed||Asst. Teacher NTT|
|19||DIPTI PATEL||KAUTS||04 years||Child Dev.Course||Asst. Teacher NTT|
|20||PREETIKA SINGHL||JAYENDRAKUMAR||07 years||MA, B.Ed||Asst. Teacher NTT|
We believe that parents, faculty and management all play a vital role in the growth and development of each student.
The main aim of The PTA body is to develop parents as partners, who actively contribute to the effective functioning of the school and enrich the school environment by providing the school management with required inputs and support. The Parent–Teacher Association (PTA) is a volunteer forum. The PTA is the platform that helps with simple & efficient support in all practical school issues using cooperation between the school and the parents. PTA gives suggestions on behalf of parents’ community for the betterment of school in all dimensions. PTA is expected to help in the working of the school by providing resources in different aspects.