5 Things You Need To Consider Before You Enroll Your Child At Top School In Gurgaon

We cannot deny the pressure children undergo these days for scoring highest ranks and grades in CBSE and other government approved and recognized examinations. The entire game of good secondary and senior secondary education is for a rat race. If you don’t score well in your CBSE, you won’t be ranked well in the national race of cut-off lists from best universities of the national capital. Therefore, from a young age, mindset of children is directed towards speeding up and taking lead in a rat race, where no one rat is familiar to the other. Majority of top schools in Gurgaon today operate on this maxim that highest scores will fetch your children a good career with widened growth opportunities.

Only a rare group of schools takes the time to treat every student as a separate individual and not rats. They engage in complete or all-rounding development of your child, meaning they will be taught to learn new things and focus on application rather than memorizing scientific facts that have been around for more than a hundred years. The aim must be equip a student with all the right tools, and encouraging them to think that they have the capacity to offer something back to the world, rather than keep memorizing old facts and figures.

Here are five things you must consider before you choose a Cambridge school in Gurgaon for your child.

  1. Teacher-Child Connect
  2. A learning environment for verbal and language skill development
  3. Inculcate enthusiasm for mathematics
  4. Focus on quality learning rather than quantified results or test scores
  5. School day must constitute recess

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