The Complete Schooling Program (CSP) aims to help every student attain his or her full potential. It believes in holistic development by focusing on three distinct but critical areas of child development. At the same time, by allowing the separation of school and home activities, our CSP makes the process of learning and development enjoyable to both the students and the parents.
Students spend 4-5 hours in the classroom where the emphasis is given on developing their learning skills. Students are encouraged to actively participate in the learning process, discuss problems with teachers and classmates, engage in rational and "out of the box" thought processes and draw logical conclusions. They research, experiment, and share findings. The objectives of classroom teaching is not only academic development but also allowing students to develop questioning spirit and critical thinking ability and enhancing their interpretational, problem solving skills.
Every student of Rosebud School spends at least one session a day practicing a sport or participating in a competitive sport. Participation in various individual and team sports is mandatory for every student. We believe that engagement in such activities not only provides every student with physical exercise necessary to promote every student's health and mental well being but such involvement also provides every student with the opportunity to learn about teamwork, discipline, commitment and develop a competitive spirit with a sense of fairness. Visit Co-Curricular Activities.
Besides classrooms and sporting activities, the students also participate in other co-curricular activities like arts and crafts, music, drama, dance, creative writing and yoga on a daily basis. Such engagements allow students to realize their creative potential and express their feelings and emotions in constructive and meaningful forms. Emotional development activities allow students to gain self confidence, build self esteem, be creative, develop positive attitude, control negative energy and behave in a responsible manner.
After school, students join their families without the substantial burden of school assignments. Students spend quality time with their families, pursue their interests, interact with friends, help their parents and relatives at house work and learn valuable lessons what schools cannot teach from their greatest teachers - their parents.
Parents are encouraged to discuss the school life with their children and take interest in their work. Simple words of encouragement, allowing children to engage in meaningful yet entertaining activities and teaching good habits and discipline will broaden their children's horizon and make them more receptive and better prepared for school life.