The Gurukul Holistic approach to Education addresses the development of the person as a whole, extending beyond the boundaries of the classroom, thereby transforming the learner at knowledge, attitude and practice levels.
This is achieved through an integrated set of learning experiences that addresses the student’s needs in all four aspects of self, namely – Body (Physical), Mind (Mental), Heart (Emotional/Social) and Spirit (Spiritual).
The curriculum in the Gurukuls is designed in coherence with the National and State Educational policy. With structured learning experiences, the curriculum ensures that the character and personality of every learner are founded on the principles of peace, love and compassion, that in turn enhances their cognitive potential and grade-level academic achievements.
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The Physical Education Curriculum teaches students to respect and care for their body by developing flexibility, endurance and strength along with the right nourishment, recreation, rest and sleep.
Gurukul aim to imbibe humanity, tolerance for fellow men and values such as respect, love, empathy, interdependence, teamwork, win-win systems and a positive attitude in all our children.
We train children to believe in the law of abundance by helping them find their niche. We help children develop their emotional quotient through activities that help in managing stress, managing emotions and resisting peer pressure.
Being mindful of every thought, word and action is the key to creativity and responsibility. At Gurukul, we endeavour to continuously reinforce the art of living mindfully at work and play.
Teachers plan their lessons to engage children to think beyond the concept, connecting them to the learner’s life, thereby making learning a mindful activity focused on bringing a behavioural change. This enables children to develop their character and personality, making them confident as they can say right from wrong and make decisions aligned to their principles with courage.