"At KRMGS we believe that our students are capable of greatness and we ensure we provide the perfect space for them to grow in."
At K.R. Mangalam Global School, we see well-rounded education as the only way to move towards a future of togetherness , synergistic growth and a global sense of community. We, also understand how crucial these formative experiences are to a child. With that in mind, we have a student – teacher ratio of 10:1, so that every voice finds the attention it requires to thrive. The school has been designed, keeping in mind the International Baccalaureate’s philosophy of helping students become global citizens.
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The Day Care offers a program that covers all aspects of Child Development (Physical, Motor, Emotional, Social, Language and Cognitive development) under the supervision of a highly qualified staff of Care Givers so that parents have the peace of mind of knowing their children are safe while they work.
Children are divided into age-appropriate groups which ensures suitable care for children to socialize and learn in a loving environment structured around their needs and comfort. Music and Movement, Speech and Drama, Physical Education, Art and Craft, Free Play and Nature walk are the highlights of the program.
At KRMGS Library does purposeful collaboration between leaders, teachers, learners and library staff, with the community’s needs at the centre. These open, meaningful conversations can transform how the library aids and extends learning and teaching.
“The library is an integral part of the student’s learning process. Students are educated and trained to select age and learner’s level appropriate books, e-resources, magazines, and journals to aid their research and learning. The Library is the hallmark of collaborative learning and research cum investigative activities by using computers with fast Internet access for both, the teachers and the learners. The students are provided conducive environment and didactic as well as technical support to uphold all the attributes of the learner profile of the IB Programme in their learning process.
The list of support functions in the Diploma Programme Extended Essay is almost endless. The Librarian helps students’ teaching just in time courses on research and citation skills and by procuring related knowledge products, which are often web-based (such as guides to citation and bibliography construction).
Providing a live collection of past essays is a powerful tool for students facing a daunting academic challenge, while additional support takes in everything up and including help with the abstract-writing requirement.
Township offers a forum for students to improve their communication skills, as it encourages learners to express their ideas, thoughts and feelings in a conducive environment. An ideal platform for early years’ learners to enhance their skills, as they are able to gather an understanding of themselves and people around them. It is no wonder that the child therapists use role play as a therapy to help children going through difficult situations and even to treat conditions such as autism. By imagining, and connecting their bodies and minds, learners learn more deeply and meaningfully, especially in subjects like literacy, numeracy, and science.
Creative experiences guided by international curriculum and a well-researched pedagogy offers massive learning opportunities for young learners and make the learning process fun and easy.
Outdoor sports facilities for:
Indoor sports facilities for:
- Table Tennis
- Gymnastics and Yoga.
- Rifle Shooting
Dr. Maria Montessori looked at education from a scientific perspective. She designed materials and techniques that would promote a natural growth of learning in students. Working with these materials and techniques forms a pattern that children carry over naturally to reading, writing, and mathematics. It is an approach that values the human spirit and the development of the whole child—physical, social, emotional and cognitive.
Each child is valued as a unique individual. Montessori education recognizes that children learn in different ways and accommodates all learning styles. Beginning at an early age, Montessori pedagogy develops order, coordination, concentration, and independence in early learners. Classroom design, materials, and daily routines support the individual’s emerging “self-regulation” (ability to educate oneself, and to think about what one is learning)
Montessori students enjoy freedom within limits. Working within the parameters they are free to use the materials from the Practical life Exercises ( Development of gross and fine motor skills ), Sensorial ( Visual, Tactile, Olfactory, Gustatory, Auditory ), Math , Language ( Enhance natural tendencies ) and Culture ( Life forms on the planet ).
Self-correction and self-assessment are an integral part of the Montessori classroom approach. A child’s curiosity grows by what it is fed on; At KRMGS our task is to keep it well supplied with knowledge.
Performing Arts Studios
– Indian & Western dance,
– Vocal & Instrumental music ( Indian & Western)
Visual Arts Studios
– Pottery & Sculpture
After School Programmes
3:30 to 5:30 pm Monday to Friday
Speech & Drama Center (Certification from Trinity)
Indian & Western dance,
Vocal & instrumental music ( Indian & Western)
The Reggio Emilia Approach
“A hundred worlds to discover,
A hundred worlds to invent,
A hundred worlds to dream.”
Reggio Emilia is an approach to early childhood learning named after the town where it originated in Italy. It is based on the belief that every child is unique and will express her / his interests in many different ways.
Reggio inspired curriculum is flexible and emerges from children’s ideas, thoughts and observations. The child is seen as protagonist, communicator or the collaborator, the teacher is a guide, partner, nurturer or researcher, the environment is the third teacher, the Parent is a partner and documentation is communication.
The Reggio Emilia goal is to cultivate within children a lifelong passion for learning and exploration. It advocates hands on approach to learning and discovering. This provides an easy-going yet a holistic approach to educate the very young.
The Reggio Emilia approach believes that children have an endless number of ways of learning. This is then reflected in the materials, methods, instruments, activities, ideas and tools that are presented to the children.
Reggio Emilia also revolves around the children’s senses and as a result the classrooms tend to look different from the regular preschool class with large common spaces, natural elements and lots of accessible and curiosity-sparking materials. Teachers encourage groups to work together using dialogue, comparisons, negotiations and respect.
The Reggio Emilia approach invites children to present their ideas and learning in many forms: print, art, drama, dance, music, puppetry, and so on. An ideal learning approach for our little ones because children really do have a hundred languages.