My School and My Reflection

“The philosophy of the school room in one generation will be the philosophy of government in the next.”

This thought rightfully points out the importance of a school and I am lucky to be in one of the best schools in the region.

Can you think of the place, where one meets children from different backgrounds, temperaments, some mischievous, some bright, some dull or on the whole a miniature world. That mystical time when you discover yourself the magic of science in the science labs or learning the skills of programming in the computer lab just seem magical. Where one makes friends, one plays, enjoys, learns and grows. Such a place, my friends, can only be a school!

My school is the place which I have so vividly described above. I love my school because it challenges students in an insightful and meaningful way, and because, even in the middle of a big city, it’s one of warmest and most thoughtful schools I have ever studied in. Learning can be fun is what you can experience in our school. We debate, discuss, question and then conclude. The best part is there are teachers, who learn with us, rather than making us learn. We celebrate all festivals with lot of zest and enthusiasm. My school gave me the golden opportunity to discover my inner talents which I otherwise would have just ignored. Bhavans gives us a once in a lifetime opportunity to learn exciting new things by providing us with enrichment classes. They also remediate the students who need special attention. They also provide us the platform to showcase our talents by conducting the Annual Bhavans Fest. The digital campus is a sign that our school is modernized. The school also nurtures our talent by having Kalakshetra classes which includes singing and art classes for students.

This is why I say my school is different from other schools and I have to thank the management, principal, vice principal and all the teaching staff for making it different. Thank you Bhavans for making my school life a memorable one.

Fayaz Akthar Grade: 8 – C School Head Boy 2014 – 2015