•Classes: Nursery to Class-12
•Streams: Science, Commerce
•Acoustics and Noise. …
•Ventilation and Air Quality. …
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•Space and size of classrooms.
The school was founded by Mr. J S Jeremiah who has always dreamt about having his own school so that he can serve the people of Agra. The area of school is spread over acres of land with a well made playground. Most of the area of school is surrounded by lush green trees. The school has proper and equipped classrooms. Each classroom possesses natural light and fresh air which make it an ideal place for getting education.
History of the School
The school was established as a Primary School up to Class V on April 22 in 2010 with 34 enrolled students. The school got registered on June 01 in 2011 as ‘THE INDIAN HERITAGE SCHOOL’ under Society Registration Act 1860. Moreover, the society consists of eight members. On 19th May 2014, the school has been granted the affiliation to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE) New Delhi with Affiliation No. – UP335.
Motto of the School
The motto of the school is ‘Dominus Illuminatio Mea’ which means ‘the Lord is my light’ and has been taken from the opening words of Psalm 27.
Aims and Objective of the School
Our school is committed to an integrated whole-school approach to Pastoral Care. The aim and objective of the school is to holistically develop students so that they can reach their full potential. The pastoral dimension influences students’ values that are promoted at every level of school life. Through the pastoral care system students are expected to show courtesy, can reflect a pride and become more self-reliant and disciplined.
Vision of the School
School’s vision is to develop all rounded, responsible and confident individuals so that they can achieve their full potential. School will also provide a, happy, supportive, welcoming and safe learning environment where everyone’s achievements are equally celebrated.
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How will school life be after lockdown.
Online classes not a solution during COVID-19 lockdown – a discussion with Principal
Impact of Covid-19 on Indian Schools – a discussion with Principal Soham Anand (FULL INTERVIEW