From Director’s Desk

Dr. Parineeta Fuke

Dr. Parineeta Fuke

“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents with high expectations”.

Every child that walks through the portals of Hillfort School is nurtured and groomed in a manner that would turn him into a model citizen of tomorrow. We believe that every child is unique in his or her own special way and it is up to us to recognize that and treat him or her differently and create the ambiance and opportunities for him to grow into a complete individual.

The enormous facilities and superior infrastructure at hillfort create the right atmosphere for the child to think critically and grow intellectually. Every child has the freedom to express his or her creativity and hone his or her talents. Our ultimate aim is to develop well rounded, self-sufficient individuals with an awareness of the complex, fast-changing world around, who can contribute to making this world a better place to live in.

Formal education is one of the many ways that children learn and develop. The learning trajectory begins well before children enter school, and once children are attending school they continue to learn at home, and in the community. Parents play a critical role in providing learning opportunities at home and in linking what children learn at school with what happens elsewhere. By participating in and facilitating diverse learning experiences and activities outside the school, parents become an important factor in children’s overall learning and education.  Parental engagement initiatives, whether implemented at a home, school or community level, require a clear focus on student learning, development, and wellbeing.

So we need to clearly understand that its not an individual either a teacher or parent but it is we together that can make the student arise.

It has been our long-cherished desire to publish a magazine ever since our institution has been budded and blossomed into a full-fledged one. It is a matter of pride and prestige for our young ones and all of us to have an annual published with all its pomp and glory.

I express my heartfelt thanks and gratitude and also congratulate our principal, members of the teaching and non-teaching staff, tots and everyone including our generous public for their sincere and benevolent co-operation in this noble venture.