School Philosophy

Our Four Pillars

To foster a child’s interest in learning and provide a supportive environment, we developed a sound, effective and novel approach based on the following four pillars

Everyone is intelligent

Silvermount International school anchors its philosophy on Multiple Intelligence theory by Prof. Howard Gardener of Harvard University.

Read more about Multiple Intelligence Theory here

Brain based learning

We strive to make the learning meaningful and concrete to the learner by utilizing the Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic delivery tools

Read more about brain based learning here

 

Shifting to 21st century learning skills

Each child is unique. Education not aimed at bring out the uniqueness of each child is just like a factory doing mass production. The goods are produced alright but all are the same with no difference or uniqueness in them. In fact, such an education makes a child forget his own unique skill and only focus on being with the herd in the long run.

To successfully aid young people approach the world with a confident and creative mind, we need to do things differently. Any updation, addition and deletion to the existing curriculum would not only be redundant but would only increase the workload of the teachers with ultimately no positive results.

We at Silvermount believe that the meaning of knowledge takes a different turn in the 21st century and hence the ways, contexts and purposes of learning also differ. 21st century learning is the term that draws together some of the ingredients of this mindset.

 

Partnering with parents

Have you ever heard the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”. Even in these modern times, this saying is applicable because parents, teachers and the community together play a vital role in moulding a child.

Silvermount believes that educating a child has to be a partnership between the school and the family to ensure that the children are learning to their best of their ability, that they feel safe and supported and their parents are well informed & involved in making decisions that help the child enjoy his school experience. Hence we appreciate your concern for your child’s education and hence strive to involve you & create a trusting, equitable relationship between you and the school.

Our Four Pillars

To foster a child’s interest in learning and provide a supportive environment, we developed a sound, effective and novel approach based on the following four pillars

Everyone is intelligent

Silvermount International school anchors its philosophy on Multiple Intelligence theory by Prof. Howard Gardener of Harvard University.

Read more about Multiple Intelligence Theory here

Brain based learning

We strive to make the learning meaningful and concrete to the learner by utilizing the Visual, Auditory and Kinaesthetic delivery tools

Read more about brain based learning here

 

Partnering with parents

Have you ever heard the saying “It takes a village to raise a child”. Even in these modern times, this saying is applicable because parents, teachers and the community together play a vital role in moulding a child.

Silvermount believes that educating a child has to be a partnership between the school and the family to ensure that the children are learning to their best of their ability, that they feel safe and supported and their parents are well informed & involved in making decisions that help the child enjoy his school experience. Hence we appreciate your concern for your child’s education and hence strive to involve you & create a trusting, equitable relationship between you and the school.

Shifting to 21st century learning skills

Each child is unique. Education not aimed at bring out the uniqueness of each child is just like a factory doing mass production. The goods are produced alright but all are the same with no difference or uniqueness in them. In fact, such an education makes a child forget his own unique skill and only focus on being with the herd in the long run.

To successfully aid young people approach the world with a confident and creative mind, we need to do things differently. Any updation, addition and deletion to the existing curriculum would not only be redundant but would only increase the workload of the teachers with ultimately no positive results.

We at Silvermount believe that the meaning of knowledge takes a different turn in the 21st century and hence the ways, contexts and purposes of learning also differ. 21st century learning is the term that draws together some of the ingredients of this mindset.

 

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