As you know, we have always been on the lookout for innovative and quality teachers. These ‘teachers’ are
The new NEP guidelines are out! But they have also sparked a lot of rumours, especially among the student crowd. Are Board Exams going to be cancelled? That seems to be the general understanding! Is that true? Not really! Read more to know what the NEP guidelines actually mean, and how to spot (as well as stop!) fake news circulation…
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…
When we choose an English medium school in India – we have to give priority to developing English fluency in the early years. English is not the language spoken in our country and for the children to be able to learn in English as they grow up, having a strong foundation of English is of utmost importance. It is therefore very necessary to invest time and energy in developing a good command over the language.
When preschool starts, there is the expected anxiety on the first day of school. This is a three year old going away from home, for a couple of hours a day – to strangers and a place that is not home. It is unsettling for the child as well as its parents. How do you prepare for the first day of preschool? Here are some useful tips to make sure it becomes a memorable one!
Conventional schools and exam systems train you to follow instructions. That is not how the real world works. At Walnut, we give students many opportunities to try things out and take a risk.