In our world of information technology where knowledge of the world is a button away the teacher’s role has changed from a purveyor to a facilitator who guides the students in coping with the flood of information coming their way. Teaching them to analyze, to separate the relevant from the transient and to arrive at a synthesis. Most importantly, to let them learn to think for themselves so that they can go through life making their own choices. In short, learn to stand on their own feet.
The teachers of National Victor Public School share a relationship of love and tryst with the children in their care. Reward and punishment are woven into the fabric of this relationship so that when either praise or censure is exercised, the student is conscious that it is fully deserved. Over a period of time, the pupil becomes his/her own monitor and explicit disciplining becomes less and less necessary.
Our well-qualified teachers keep themselves abreast with the winds of change blowing across the world. To add to their efforts, we undertake rigorous and regular Teacher Training Programmes, under some of the best educational brains of the country.
Teacher’s Day is a self-teaching when the Student Executive Council is empowered to teach all classes of the school for one whole day. There is a role reversal as teachers turn ‘taught’ while children wear the teacher’s mantle.