The School provides children with a caring and inclusive learning environment and a support system to ensure their overall development and well-being through individual and group counselling, life skills education, and career and college counselling.
The school counsellors help children cope with the emotional and psychological issues arising out of academic challenges, learning difficulties, behaviour management, emotional disturbances and peer group dynamics. The counsellors meet the students, consult and collaborate with the teachers and the parents, identify their social and emotional issues, and help them resolve their concerns through appropriate interventions.
Life Skills Education
The Life Skills Education is an integral part of the School's academic programmes across grade levels with the objective of helping learners develop an identity, manage emotions, build relationships and develop inter-personal skills. It also helps students develop creative and critical thinking skills, positive behaviour and effective communication skills. It equips them to respond better to adolescence issues and peer pressure, develop empathy and social skills, and most importantly, being able to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life.
With the assistance of internal resources and external experts, the School supports students in selecting the appropriate combination of subjects that would suit their aspirations and aptitudes. Students gain insight and a better understanding of career options through industry visits, as well as through their interactions with industry leaders, scientists, educators, etc.