To those who see with loving eyes, life is beautiful.
To those who speak with tender voices, life is peaceful.
To those who help with gentle hands, life is full.
And to those who care with compassionate hearts, life is good beyond all measures!
We believe in a joyful experiential learning system wherein, each child is encouraged to participate wholeheartedly! At SSA, Nabinagar we leave no stone unturned to offer multitudes of opportunities to our children; it is for them to make the most of it. Children should be motivated to grab every opportunity that comes their way which would not only help in their holistic growth but also strengthen their belief in teamwork, which is important in this fast-paced world. They need to understand the importance of emotional balance, social balance, critical thinking, and most importantly accepting failure graciously! It is our endeavour to endow them with all these qualities and more.
We believe in empowering our children in such a manner that they act as representatives of a meaningful and value-based society! Our pedagogy which is holistic and comprehensive complements this. Our team consists of excellent faculty members who display boundless energy and intense commitment which keeps the ethos of our school shining brightly.
There are only two lasting bequests we can hope to give our children. One of these is roots; the other, wings! One is offered by our loving parents and the other is offered by us. At SSA, Nabinagar each day that unfolds, is a wonder and a miracle! When we see our children engaged in multi-skilled activities, we often think:
‘Let us keep alive the child’s inborn sense of wonder, let us arouse their curiosity to discover the mystery of the world we live in!’
As they do, the experiences simultaneously fuel emotional, social, intellectual, physical, and ethical development! At SSA, Nabinagar, we enjoy this journey with our children, reliving and rediscovering the magic of learning! We are aligned with the thoughts of Buddha:
‘Each morning, we are born again .What matters the most, is whether we have given our best today.’