It gives me great pleasure to write a few lines here in ESOL’s very first newsletter. We welcomed our students back after a long break to brand new premises. It was wonderful to see our children adapt to their new school and take ownership and responsibility in making sure the classrooms and surroundings are kept clean and safe.
As much as studying and performing well in exams are important, we also focus on the development of the character of the child, bringing out the passion and potential within them, being respectful to themselves and others, and instilling in them the joy of learning. Several events, activities and field trips have been planned to immerse students in multi-dimensional learning where learning is active, engaging and stimulating.
This year we formed a Student Council which is a representative structure through which our students can be involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with the school management, staff and parents for the benefit of the school and the students. The Student Council shares students’ ideas, interests and concerns with teachers and the school principal.
We look forward to working with our parents and feel free to contact me with any suggestions for improvement or any concerns you may have.