Attitudes and Values
Dear Students, we are happy that as our Student community you have taken the initiative to offer your perspectives to suggest, share, collaborate, and arrive at a consensus on ‘Values’ that you would like to see develop in yourselves through your school life at Arsha. This year the key values chosen are:
Your teachers have equally attempted to understand your needs and have offered you their inputs so that as an ALL school community we can equally own the Values we want to commit ourselves to as a learning community. We believe that through a shared responsibility each one of you will grow up to be responsible, positive citizens the nation is proud of.
In keeping with the requirements of the CBSE, through the CCE learning formats, details about your Attitudes towards your school programmes, teachers, peers and school environment will appear in your personal report on a continuous basis. At the end of a term these details will also feature in your term report. We are confident that with your personal initiative, and understanding of all the structures that you have personally created in your classrooms as charts, discipline counters and support from the Student council body you will feel safe, secure and feel a sense of fairness and justice while abiding by these values amongst your school community members.
An extended feature from our Attitudes and Values section is a theme called Life Skills. At Arsha your teachers have chosen various activities which are daily happenings in your school life so that you can actively engage, contribute and participate in them. This year your teachers have chosen three scenarios that they would like for you to participate in. They are:
Your abilities to work as an individual or in a group towards these areas are the skills that you will be assessed on. Assessments as Life skills are also a requirement of the CBSE through the CCE learning formats and these will be termed in your report as: