Parents in Education
“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations.”
At KRMVP, parents fulfill an important role in the education of their children in school. Families working together with the school can create an outstanding educational environment and experience for all. We seek to welcome new families, keep parents informed about what’s happening in the school, provide opportunities to get together and offer meaningful and relevant programming for the parent community. The Parent Teacher Meetings provide an opportunity for a meaningful interaction with the parents regarding the performance of the children and keep them informed about the proceedings of our school.
Beginning with morning assemblies, events and the workshops conducted for the students of classes I – XII, parents on a regular basis interact with students. The following are a wide range of workshops and orientation programs held for both, students and parents :
"Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing it is stupid." - Albert Einstein
KRM believes that it is one of the best ways to help students develop intellectual skills in a way that leverages their strengths and shores up their weaknesses through multiple intelligences. As Howard Gardner asserts- anything that is worth teaching can be presented in many different ways. These multiple ways can make use of our multiple intelligences. The Multiple Intelligence approach provides educators with a framework and tools that will allow them to meet the needs of the different types of learners present in the classroom. We focus on reinforcing several skills – linguistic, mathematical, art, music, nature, spatial, interpersonal, intrapersonal and kinesthetic. An athlete, for example, could have strong bodily-kinesthetic and spatial intelligence but poor musical intelligence. That’s why it’s important to use instructional strategies that involve a variety of these multiple intelligences so every child has the opportunity to learn in a way that works best for them. Giving our students the chance to discover and develop their different intelligences can have a series of benefits for them. Mingling curricular and co- curricular skills to strengthen concepts can help them become more involved and active learners.
- Career Counseling
- Character, Conscience and Values
- Resolving Conflicts
- Daily learning experiences
- Sharing Happiness
- Childhood stories and success stories are shared with them
- Positive and Happy Parenting