Transformational Education

Transformational Education

  • Co-educational & Child centric education.
  • Stress-free education system.
  • Student exchange programme within India.
  • Model parliament, Debate & Theory of Knowledge.
  • Support for the differently abled.
  • Every child is on the “stage” during the school day.
  • Students experience activities beyond school such as athletics, sports, music, theatre, drama, dance, yoga, martial arts, foreign languages & scouting.
  • Inspiring patriotism.
  • Experiential learning via Maker Fest, Activities, Science Expo and the Startup Innovation Fest.

Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School CBSE: Transformational Teaching 

1. Learning Environment: Creating a learning environment that is vibrant and engaging, with plenty of opportunities to discuss ideas and collaborate on solutions. 

2. Innovation Strategy: Developing an innovation strategy based upon the academic program designed to promote student achievement and well-being. 

3. Inclusive Pedagogy: Incorporating inclusive pedagogical practices in order to cater to all types of learners in each classroom setting. 

4. Professional Development Model: Building a comprehensive professional development model for teachers at Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School ,in order to ensure effective implementation of new curricula, technologies, instructional strategies etc . 

5. Data Driven Analysis : Utilizing data driven decision making analysis from assessment results feed back loops and performance metrics towards maximize success rate outcomes for students academics goals at schools overall system level.

Jayapriya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School are committed to transforming the way children learn through their best unique teaching approach. By combining creative and engaging teaching methods with a traditional tutorial style, they aim to create an environment whereby students can develop a strong foundation in key concepts while also having fun learning. Their team of highly qualified teachers utilizes experiential learning activities, such as field trips and interactive lectures, so that every student has access to hands-on learning experiences which remain with them long after they leave school. They make use of multiple intelligences (visual, linguistic, intrapersonal) in their lessons along with practical activities like group projects or debates to ensure each child’s needs are catered for effectively. Central themes are identified at the beginning of the year upon which all subjects revolve around; this ensures effective integration across different topics and develops deeper understanding amongst learners regarding complex ideas.