Assessment is the key component of learning as it determines whether the goals of education are being met. It provides timely and informative feedback to students and motivates them towards self-improvement.
At Salwan, the endeavour is to provide an inclusive and an enabling environment to all children with varied needs. We firmly believe that each and every child has the ability to learn and maximize his/her potential through adequate learning opportunities, effective teaching and appropriate resources.
The school has adopted WHO’s guidelines of ten core life skills, which are Self-awareness, Decision-making, Effective communication, Problem-solving, Empathy, Critical thinking, Creative thinking, Interpersonal relationship, Coping with stress and emotion.
Keeping in view the secular ethos of the Salwan Montessori School, 𝐆𝐮𝐫𝐮 𝐍𝐚𝐧𝐚𝐤 𝐉𝐚𝐲𝐚𝐧𝐭𝐢 was celebrated and rejoiced with élan in the school premises.
A special assembly was organised on Thursday, 23rd November with great excitement and fervour. The teachers highlighted the teachings of the Guru Nanak Dev Ji with the narration of short story on Guru Nanak ji emphasising his teachings i.e. – doing good deeds, praying every day and sharing with everyone. Students dressed up as Panj Pyaras organized a procession carrying the Sikh flag. All the while they sang hymns.
To spread the message of love, sharing and equality, Langar was organised where students distributed the Guru prasad to fellow students and staff members. The tiny tots sat on the ground on mats, cross-legged with their hands joined and heads covered added to the symbolic serenity of the Gurupurab Celebration.
Grandparents and parents were invited for the*Sukhmani Sahib* Path at school premises, and through the beautiful humming of the shabad serenity and calmness floated in the school. Parent brought Kada Prasad for everyone.
The festival was celebrated by all the students with great pride, honour and respect.