Director's Message

As I walk down the hallways of the school every day, I can hear the chatter of eager minds, the excited ‘hurrahs’ from the athletes, the thump of dancer’s feet and the sound of melodious voices harmonizing. The perpetual energy, movement and enthusiasm permeate the atmosphere at Little Angels. All of these building blocks; the teachers, students, administration and support staff; have come together to enable us in becoming “a school with a difference’. Little Angles values individualism, creativity, innovation and strives to nurture them in our students.

Education is not just about the subjects that are learnt and taught in school. Becoming educated is not restricted to being in school, then in college, gathering certificates and feeling proud of oneself. It is a lifelong exercise that can be unbelievably exciting if only we wish to jump onto the train of experience and take a trip to every conceivable place on the earth. Therefore the school’s genuine efforts ensure student’s emotional growth along with intellectual excellence. This empowers them to develop their self-esteem, become self- aware as well as confident. Sharing ideas, analyzing situations and expressing them confidently are essential skills which are honed here, through experiential learning.

We aim to rear students who are creatively curious, strive to experiment and innovate new things on both academic and non-academic fronts. Our pedagogy is child-centric with emphasis on inquiry and project-based learning. Hence, I truly believe that it is also essential for all parents to keep adding to their own knowledge bank by keeping their eyes and ears open and by reading as much as possible. This could play a role in your child developing these good habits as well.

We are walking into a new academic year and I only hope this is an empowered, enlightened and enterprising year for all. For us at Little Angels, we wish to make it even more powerful with conscientious, smart and confident citizens who would make us proud of their multifaceted growth. I’d like to sign off with a few words from the revolutionary stalwart, Albert Einstein;

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand”,

Here’s wishing all of you a great year ahead!

Dr. Sanjeev Agarwal