Vision, Mission & Philosophy VIDEO
We envision an inspiring school community of thriving, high-achieving critical thinkers, collaborative lifelong learners and compassionate human beings who are responsible citizens dedicated to the common good and to making India and our world more equitable, tolerant, democratic, peaceful, and prosperous yet sustainable.
Our mission is to bring our vision to life by empowering young people to meet global challenges with confidence and skills of a high order acquired through innovative learning and technology, and to inculcate in them the values and mindsets of independent, engaged and thoughtful world citizens.
We nurture the innate potential of all students through rich academic and co-curricular programmes so that they will grow into focused but open-minded, dutiful, ethical, caring, healthy and flourishing individuals who set their own goals and exceed them. We go beyond our commitment to academic rigour and excellence to offer our students manifold other opportunities for transformative growth in fields such as visual and performing arts, sports, community service and participation in international events.
We believe in the power of education to change individuals and whole societies for the better. Consequently, our philosophy is to educate ‘The Whole Child’ through a framework that develops the key areas essential for shaping a balanced and all-rounded personality. Our holistic system of learning sets quality benchmarks that prepare our students for success in navigating a dynamic, volatile world.
Adapted from “Who am I in the Lives of Children; an introduction to teaching Young Children” by Feeney, Stephanie, Christensen, Doris and Eva Moravick
What makes CHIREC different is that we highlight and address the needs of the students to make the most of their formative years. Our dedication to this goal is manifested in several innovative ways:
Learning that goes beyond the boundaries of a set curriculum
Equal emphasis on academics and co-curricular activities Technology-based teaching strategies for effective learning Close supervision of curriculum delivery and assessment Individual attention to enhance performance Appreciation for nature and sustainable green initiatives Development of a multicultural, multilingual and tolerant student community Exposure to global perspectives and engagement with international issues