Message

From the Principal’s Desk

I am immensely delighted to welcome you abode this year’s school magazine. At the onset I take the opportunity to congratulate our students, parent, well wishers and staff members of our school on the successful completion of another scholastic year. We were granted the CBSE affiliation in June 2016. This was a great achievement for all of us which was the outcome of our combined endeavour. My heart fills with immense pleasure as I perceive the progress being made at Green Meadows School. The seeds of an idea sown in 2006, has taken firm root and the school is growing into a strong sapling. The school magazine is a platform for the students to express their creative pursuit which develops in them originality of thought and perception. The Contents of the magazine reflect the wonderful creativity of thoughts and imagination of our students. We believe in holistic education for out students, encompassing – academics, co-curricular activities, sports education and life –skills learning. Our continuous effort is to strike a balance between state-of-the-art infrastructure and an internationally acceptable education. Our key focus is at making each child ready for today’s cut throat competitions. At the same time we inculcate in them humanitarian values like wisdom, compassion, courage, humility, integrity and reliability which enables them to become better human beings. The all round development of our students is a cumulative endeavour of our teachers, parents, well wishers and our support staff. The school imparts in the students a respect for tradition and ensures discipline and good manners. We are fortunate to have a committed and supportive management, dedicated staff and co-operative and caring parents which has helped us to mould our students into better citizens of tomorrow. Dear Parents, we are very much confident that this is the best place for the all round development of your child. We look forward to your continuous support and progressive involvement.


Regards

Chairman,Green Meadows School