At Walnut School, we nurture all-round development in our students, fostering their physical, intellectual, emotional, and social growth. It’s not just about academics; it’s about helping them become well-rounded individuals who can thrive in all aspects of life. We understand that success requires more than rote learning; it requires adaptability, quick thinking, and effective communication. That’s why we offer a range of innovative activities throughout the week to sharpen their thinking, broaden their horizons, and enhance their communication skills.
A BIG transition happens every year for our Baby Walnuts from Senior KG to first grade at Walnut School. And like all the things we do at Walnut, we help students (and parents!) handle this transition smoothly. Click to read the first part of our series about this transition and how we do it at Walnut.
There are events in schools, and then there are events at Walnut Schools. Take a deep dive into how we organize events at Walnut Schools – the attention to details, and the scale at which events happen.
We constantly strive to engage students in activities and competitions that enable them to use and upgrade necessary life skills. Computational thinking is one of those skills that students of this era need to pursue and develop. Walnut students participated in the Bebras India Challenge to test their computational thinking and problem solving skills. In 2020, 2.5 million students took the challenge across 56 countries. We’re happy to announce that our students emerged rankers in this challenge. Read more here…
September has been a month of academics, competitions and festivities at Walnut! So what’s in store for October?
Quests are short (roughly 10 minute) quests or puzzles which the students will undertake. They will have to read some information or maps or diagrams, ask you some questions, solve some puzzles, do some online hunting and answer the questions to complete the quest.
What do you get when you put a room full of children together with tools and wood under the guidance of carpenters? Delighted children! Carpentry is an activity that gives children the chance to get creative and work hands-on with raw material. Read on here…