India's largest pre-school specialist chain - EuroKids International has launched EuroSchool (Jr. KG- V Grade School) at Wakad in Pune today. With this launch the group opens its 18th School in India that is affiliated to Indian Certificate of secondary education (ICSE).The new facility was inaugurated by Hon' Minister of State for Housing, Environment and Social Justice, Mr. Sachin Ahir and Hon' Member of Parliament, Mr. Sanjay Patil with a purpose to introduce new standards of learning in the city.
The well-planned structure of EuroSchool accommodates various facilities to enhance the child's all-round growth. Going with the motto: 'Learn... Explore... Discover yourself', the School has a specialised and well-equipped computer lab, science lab, language lab, math lab, art and craft studio, academic and non academic clubs. Apart from the state-of-the- art facilities such as the swimming pool, tennis court and basket ball court, students at EuroSchool will also learn lessons on 'Fitness with Fun' To boost the safety and security of students after school till their home, the school has introduced GPS-enabled buses.
Mr Prajodh Rajan, Executive Director, CEO, EuroKids International Ltd, said, "EuroSchool sets itself apart with its unique school of thought- striking a balance between academics and co-curricular activities, theoretical and practical learning, traditional and new-generation teaching methods. The school strongly believes that education is not only about learning subjects such as English, Science and History but also developing awareness about one-self. At EuroSchool, we aim to provide quality education across the country."
Matching the best-in-town infrastructure and facilities in other schools, EuroSchool's vision is to provide the best learning experience to students through modern teaching methodologies. The curriculum at EuroSchool has been especially designed by academicians from across the country and abroad, drawing on their vast pool of knowledge and experience. The healthy teacher-pupil ratio of 1:15 for pre-primary and 1:30 for primary section ensures appropriate levels of attention for each child.