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Welcome Back To School

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Welcome Back to School

We are thrilled to welcome you back to school. We have been working hard all week to plan for a safe reopening of school and to implement best practices to mitigate the risks associated with Covid-19. We will continue to provide a rigorous and joyful school environment. Whether we are learning in person or remotely at home, our goal is to encourage active student engagement to foster a lifetime love for learning.

Learning With Fun

Welcome to the most creative place for learning ,where no two days are the same; dance parties, competitions, interactive classes,drama and much more all exist alongside a packed curriculum. We aim to instil an enthusiasm for knowledge which will support and enhance their learning as they progress through school.

Hands -On Learning

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” Beyond simply leading to better engagement, hands-on learning allows students to practice the skills that they have already learned. The more practice our students get, the better they will be at that skill, and the better they will be able to retain the information.

Project-based learning

Project-based learning not only provides opportunities for students to collaborate or drive their own learning, but it also teaches them skills such as problem solving, and helps to develop additional skills integral to their future, such as critical thinking and time management. Keeping this in our view we have assigned various interesting topics to make projects. * Let’s have a look….

Co-Curriculum Activities

To balance the academic pursuits of our pupils, SASJ offers a wide variety of activities to complement its curriculum.Music ,Sports ,Art & Craft & many more… Let’s take a sneak peek into our virtual classes of these co- curriculum activities….

Interactive Teaching

The interactive method of teaching encourages children to be active in their learning process.It improves children's retention of their learning. Aside from memory retention, interactive teaching makes the lessons interesting & improves students' academic performance.When children are young, they must enjoy what they are doing because they become more curious and interested in the activity or subject.