FROM PRINCIPAL'S DESK - NLK’S DISHA
In the words of Dalai Lama, “When educating the minds of our youth, we must not forget to educate their hearts”.
As the leader of NLK’s Disha, we focus on discovering, developing and drawing out the hidden talents and the magic lying dormant inside all of its students. From academics to co-curricular activities, perseverance and a never-say-die spirit are entrenched in the heart of every student not only making them good students but brilliant human beings.
I am very happy with the progress the School has made by imbibing in its students value based education synergized with modern teaching-learning methods to produce a generation of well informed and emotionally sound generation. I am positive that in times to come we will continue this journey with elevated enthusiasm and persistently provide a platform of holistic learning to the young generation of learners.
My very competent team of teachers strives to focus on each and every child, monitor and mentor them, appreciate their achievement and encourage them to overcome their shortcomings. I urge all the teachers to create appropriate, meaningful and participative learning situations, inculcating life skills in the impressionable children and appreciating their smallest efforts with all generosity and broadness of vision.
Looking forward to a strong bond of trust, affection, love, and respect between parents and teachers. Let’s share the responsibility of nurturing the children together as one, for they are ours to love and train together, ours to spread this tag together.
Ms. Archana Mehrotra
NLK’s Disha, Azad Nagar, Kanpur
Indian cultural heritage exemplifies vibrant medley of people belonging to different traditions, religions, culture, customs, cuisines, and languages. All in all, we can call India as a melting pot of different moral, values, culture and traditions. India is a perfect blend of such elements which are responsible for the peaceful coexistence of Indians from diverse social, religious and cultural background. In order to reflect all their learnings from the activity Know Your Country our little explorers organized an Exhibition representing different zones covering their climate, languages, clothing, culture, festivals food specialties, places of interest, flora and fauna etc. A field trip to Lucknow was organized for grade 4 to 6 whereas Grades of 1 to 3 were taken to Nana Rao Park Located in Bithoor to make their learning about their country more lively and practical