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Academics

Primary (I-V)

Children of all abilities can falter in their learning when they move from one phase of education to the next as they face unfamiliar environment and new styles of teaching and learning. With this background, children in the age group between 5 ½ and 10 ½ yrs are introduced to a variety of activity-based, stress-free learning to motivate them to be the best active agents in his/her own environment. Qualified and well experienced facilitators allow them to grab the opportunity to discover their hidden talents; to excel in the chosen area and spruce them well in all aspects through rigorous, joyous and ingenious engagement. The learning strategies include drama activities, role plays, co-operative games, projects, picture talk, oral & visual comprehension, discussion, written activities, multimedia edutainment etc. A comprehensive learning ecosystem serves the right opportunity for a well balanced intellectual and physical development. No child under our care is confined to only classroom learning but all possibilities to grow and glow in extracurricular activities are explored as well.

Secondary-(VI-VIII)

Secondary schooling envisions focused education to channelize and fit the students into the needs of the international demands. This equips every child to proudly say that they are the torchbearers of the future. The leading focus of the Board is on: Bringing innovations in teaching-learning methodologies. Devising student friendly paradigms. Updating the pedagogical skills of the teachers and administrators regularly by conducting in- service training programs, workshops etc.

HighLights Of Paramahansa Yogananda Vidyalaya


Academeic Excellence.Learning Styles,Assessment & Evaluation

Our Teachers Our Asset

With a dynamic team of dedicated, highly qualified, well-experienced and committed teachers, our faculty is our biggest asset. Each faculty member is both a teacher and a scholar, a subject expert in their own field who has extensive teaching experience. The most qualified and experienced personnel are hand-picked based on their subject knowledge, creativity in teaching and leadership traits. The statutory norms of teacher-student ratio are strictly adhered to and teachers take personal and individualistic care in the progress and development of each student. Every teacher plays a multiple role as a mentor, philosopher and guide shaping a child’s personality, inducing positive thoughts, stimulating analytical thinking and inculcating decision making ability leading the child to the path of success. To update our teachers with the latest trends in the field of education and technological scenario, we organise In service training, refresher programmes, microteaching sessions cum workshops by renowned academicians.

Library

A school library is in within a school where students, staff, and often, parents of a public or private school have access to a variety of resources. The goal of the school library media center is to ensure that all members of the school community have equitable access "to books and reading, to information, and to information technology."[1] A school library media center "uses all types of media... is automated, and utilizes the Internet [as well as books] for information gathering."[2] School libraries are distinct from public libraries because they serve as "learner-oriented laboratories which support, extend, and individualize the school's curriculum... A school library serves as the center and coordinating agency for all material used in the school

Labs

The labs at Yogananda Vidyalaya School are safe, spacious, ventilated and well-equipped to accommodate more than 40 students to support cutting edge experimentation. The laboratories in our institution include:

Science Lab,Math Lab,Computer Lab
2nd LANGUAGE OPTIONS :TELUGU,KANNADA,TAMIL,HINDI

A school library is in within a school where students, staff, and often, parents of a public or private school have access to a variety of resources. The goal of the school library media center is to ensure that all members of the school community have equitable access "to books and reading, to information, and to information technology."[1] A school library media center "uses all types of media... is automated, and utilizes the Internet [as well as books] for information gathering."[2] School libraries are distinct from public libraries because they serve as "learner-oriented laboratories which support, extend, and individualize the school's curriculum... A school library serves as the center and coordinating agency for all material used in the school