School Head & Teachers
To supervise in a fair and consistent manner, to ensure an effective discipline and attendance system with high standards consistent with the philosophy, values, and mission of the school.
To ensure a safe, orderly environment that encourages students to take responsibility for their behaviour and creates high morale among staff and students.
To maintain the positive, cooperative, and mutually supportive relationships among staff, students and parents.
To ensure proper coordination and effective communication between all faculty members.
To conduct meetings as necessary for the proper functioning of the school, and weekly meetings for the full-time staff.
To personally engage the class to illustrate an example to teachers and parents.
Teachers are the pillars that support the school. They put in tremendous efforts to bring out the best in our children.
The children are divided into different groups depending upon their disability, and the level to which they are affected. As per the child’s needs, Spandan’s teachers have different methods that they employ to teach the children.
For instance, for the children who have learning disabilities, the teachers use play-way methods to help the children learn their course material. This way helps them retain information better. It also helps them understand important concepts, and integrate them in their academics. The teachers also carry out different types of group activities with these children. These activities are based on a child’s needs and capability. The teachers encourage and support the children’s participation in cultural events, festivals, and other occasions.
Every year, the teachers assess the children and prepare an annual Individual Education Programme (IEP). Then, the year’s syllabus is divided into short term and long term goals. A check-list is then made, wherein the progress of the child is cross-checked with the goals that were initially set for him or her. The teachers also train the students to appear for external exams such as Pratham and NIOS. They are taught English, Maths, Social Sciences, Science, and Environmental Studies for the exam.
The teachers are also very active in involving the children in various extracurricular activities. These activities are ultimately responsible for the overall development of the child’s mental and physical capacities.