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Ahievements

Fair Play Trophy for 19th District Taekwondo Championship 2016

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Events

Fitness Day

We know the benefits of regular exercise includes a healthier heart, increased well being, and a better quality of lif...

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Events

Kite Making Day

The children enjoyed making their own kites. They used words such as; 'fly away', 'wind.' Enjoy making kites at school...

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Alpine adopts Child centric approach and believes every child is different, has different learning abilities and had different learning requirements.

Alpine Convent School adopts the most innovative teaching methods. Cultural and pedagogical innovations are introduced in the school’s curricular practices to meet the requirements of young learners at all times. Alpine adopts Child centric approach and believes every child is different,

Teaching is not merely textual; every topic is brought to the student after thorough research and planning. Activity based teaching ensures that the child concludes his learning after the completion of activity.

We believe in providing a positive and secure environment in which students can learn and teachers can teach

  • Integrated Learning
  • Hands on activities
  • Multi-Sensory Approach
  • Intra-disciplinary approach
  • Collaborative Learning
  • Experiential and Skill based learning
  • Inquiry Based Learning
  • Proficiency in Languages and Communication
  • Concept connection with real life
  • Learning through enjoyment
  • Safe and inspiring learning Environments
  • Learning through assessment

Positive Education for Learning

We believe in providing a positive and secure environment in which students can learn and teachers can teach. Our Positive Education for Learning (PEL) program is a school-wide system, designed to help the school community create and maintain a positive school culture.

It works by explicitly teaching, recognizing and celebrating the behaviors identified by teachers and students as creating a positive learning environment. These behaviors are underpinned by our school Respect ethos.

100
of our Teaching Staff have undertaken Positive Education training
86
of students strongly agree that the school continuously looks at how to improve