“The principle of education in the school should be creating men and women who are capable of doing new things, not simply repeating what other generations have done.”by Jean Piaget
I take great pleasure in presenting the Annual Report of SEHS documenting its developments and achievements. The year 2016-17 was marked with many events and success stories. This can be attributed to the dedication and team spirit of the members of the management, teachers staff and students.
We aimed at encouraging our students to be high achievers in all-round development. Students were encouraged to have positive thinking and develop their critical thinking skills. It has always been our belief that our students can become successful all-rounders.
“Success is dependent on efforts”
Not every child learns the same way or at the same pace. Not every child excels in the same areas; some are better readers while others are fascinated with numbers.There are children who do need extra help and who do need specialised teaching to allow them to learn and grow. One of the most difficult tasks of parents and educators is to determine if a child is learning more slowly because they cannot keep up with others.