I-Smart Classes - The SMART Table is a social, inclusive and captivating collaboration tool that makes it easy to get young students excited about learning. It’s a great way to enhance the social and academic skills of active learners and help all students achieve success. Collaborative learning that’s inclusive and accessible The SMART Table engages preK–3 learners, including students with special needs, in active discussions, problem-solving and small group collaboration activities. Inspired collaboration Help young students develop problem-solving and communication skills by giving them opportunities to interact with activities and collaborate with each other to achieve learning goals. With the SMART Table, small groups of students can communicate with each other to complete problem-solving and consensus-building activities on one interactive surface. Activities that engage Customize over 1,500 ready-made activity packs with the SMART Table Toolkit. Or create lessons that support specific learning goals by accessing the SMART Exchange directly from SMART Table. You can also import lessons, and multimedia and 3D content created in SMART Notebook collaborative learning software.

OLE – Outdoor Learning Environment - Outdoor Learning Environment transforms early childhood spaces through research inspired designs that increase physical activity and connection with the natural world. The initiative adds design elements (looping pathways, vegetable gardens, more play and learning settings, etc.) to enable 1.8-6 year old to be active, learn in nature, and develop motor skills. It has received national attention as an innovative and evidence-based approach to increasing childhood physical activity and food awareness. SEKI focuses on the fundamental body skills, where fitness activities is organized age appropriately which helps kids to improvises on their motor skills. Educational Field Trips - SEKI field trip is a one such effective educational activity for students that helps facilitate fast and efficient learning .Instead of just reading and writing in the classroom, SEKI is taking the effort to offer creative learning to students through educational field trips.

Here are some advantages of having a school field trip:

  • 1. Connects Students To the Real World School field trips provide every student with real-world experiences. Whether the trip is to a bakery, hospital, a garden, a supermarket or a museum, with each experience students are able to create a connection between what is happening at school and in the ‘real-world’.
  • 2. Erases Classroom Boredom School field trips are more about enjoyment, excitement and fun, without the pressure of being called to answer a question or be given a surprise quiz.
  • 3. Offers Different Cultural Experience and Creates a Social Bond School field trips allow children to open their eyes to new environments and new cultures. It positively shapes their perspective on a global level and triggers ideas and solutions that may not stem from their natural everyday behavior and habits. Moreover, students who go on field trips become more empathetic, tolerant and respectful towards different culture and the society as a whole.

Through all-round awareness and development, the school strives to make students conscious of the real world around. In fact through various creative learning methods - this school inspires the children to take a quantum leap when it comes to facing the challenges of the present and the future. Safe Touch & Unsafe Touch –

SEKI in association with International Story teller organizes this every year at the beginning of the session. All the kids between the age group of 1.8 to 6 years attend this story telling session where the story teller emphasis the importance of Safe Touch & unsafe Touch through animals so that the kids understand in a better way.

VARK Teaching methodology –

What are the 4 VARK learning styles?

Learning styles are a popular concept in psychology and education and are intended to identify how people learn best. The VARK model of learning styles suggests that These four key types are:

  • Visual learners.
  • Auditory learners.
  • Reading/writing learners.
  • Kinesthetic learners.

The acronym VARK refers to four learning modalities -- Visual, Auditory, Reading/Writing, and Kinesthetic teaching strategies. Though often classroom lessons focus on the Visual, with a bit of preparation, these teaching strategies can be taught using all four modalities, thus accommodating students who learn best in a different way. Students’ preferred learning modes have a significant influence on their behavior and learning.

Information that is accessed through students’ use of their modality preferences shows an increase in their levels of comprehension, motivation, and metacognition.

Dyson Air Purified Classrooms –

Pollution is a nation – wide problem that’s growing day by day, minute by minute. SEKI understands the growing need for clean air and has begun its journey towards a Cleaner tomorrow with its #BreathEasy #AirSoFresh Initiative.

New at SEKI. Integrating DYSON AIR PURIFIERS in all the classrooms.

Removes 99.95% of allergens and pollutants as small as 0.1 microns from the air! Captures toxic fumes and odors! Circulates purified air across the classroom. “Let your child enjoy pure air classroom atmosphere”. #OurPassionTheirFuture.

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