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Why Alingua Public School
Alingua Public School is ideally situated at Kisola, (Bulandshahr) in a calm, pleasant and pollution free environment between Siyana and Bugrasi, 5 Km away from both the Town. Thus it suits to all children living in nearby localities as well as main city. The localities of all nearby places are well connected to school by the immense school transport system. The school campus spread over 2 acres of land has modern building surrounded by parks. Modern teaching facilities with the help of ultra modern teaching aids have been provided in the school. Here we lay out some of the popular reasons why parents look at our school as an education option for their children. This list offers some other reasons why you should consider our school. Choosing a private school is kind of like buying a house or finding an apartment. But what really cinches the deal are other considerations such as location, the view, the neighborhood and so on. That's what this list does. It looks behind the basic reasons why you would send your child to our school. Here are 5 more reasons why you should consider Alingua Public School. .....

Individual Attention

Most parents want their children to have as much personal attention as possible. After all, you spent enormous amounts of time nurturing them when they were infants. If you can make it happen, you want them receiving as much individual attention as possible in the preschool and primary years. Our schools have slightly smaller class sizes which are typically in the 20-25 student range. With those kinds of low student to teacher ratios a teacher can give each student the individual attention they deserves. The other factor to consider is that discipline is not a problem in Alingua Public School. There are two reasons why: most students are in our school because they want to learn and, secondly, the codes of conduct by which our schools operate, are enforced. In other words if a student misbehaves or breaks the rules, there will be consequences.

Parental Involvement

Alingua Public School expect parents to be actively involved in their child's education. The concept of a three way partnership is an important part of the way most private schools work. Naturally the degree of participation and involvement will probably be greater if you have a child in preschool or elementary grades than if you are the parent of a child away at school. What kind of involvement are we talking about? That depends on you and the amount of time which you can devote to helping out. That also depends on your talents and experience. The important thing to do is to observe and see where you can fit in. If the school needs a gifted organizer to run the annual auction, then help out as a committee member for a year or two before offering to take on that major responsibility. If your ward's teacher asks you to help chaperone a field trip, that's an opportunity to show what a great team player you are.

Academic Issues

Most schools do not have to teach to a test. As a result, they can afford to focus on teaching your child how to think, as opposed to teaching them what to think. That's an important concept to understand. In many schools poor test scores can mean less money for the school, negative publicity and even the chance that a teacher could be reviewed unfavorably. Private schools don't have those pressures of public accountability. They must meet or usually exceed state curriculum and minimum requirements. If they does not understand a math concept, the teacher will probably discover that pretty quickly. He can address that learning issue on the spot, rather than waiting weeks or months to fix it. Our schools use a teacher guided approach to learning so that students discover that learning is exciting and full of possibilities. Since private schools offer all kinds of educational methods and approaches ranging from very traditional to very progressive, it is up to you to choose a school whose approach and philosophy meshes best with your own aims and objectives.

A Balanced Program

Ideally you want your child to have a balanced program in school. A balanced program can be defined as equal parts academics, sports and extracurricular activities. Alingua school try to achieve that kind of balanced program. In Alingua everybody takes part in sports. Sports programs and facilities vary greatly from school to school. Regardless of the scope of a school's sports program, what is really important is that every child is required to participate in some athletic activity. Extracurricular activities are the third component in a balanced program. Like the compulsory sports students must participate in some extracurricular activity. As you begin to explore school websites, review the sports and extracurricular activities as carefully as you review the academic curriculum. Make sure that your child's interests and needs are properly met. You should also note that intramural sports and most extracurricular activities are coached or supervised by a faculty member. That's part of the job description in most private schools. Seeing your math teacher coaching the soccer team and sharing the same passion for the sport that you have, well, which makes a huge impression on a young mind? In a private school teacher have the opportunity to be exemplars in many things.

Religious Teaching

Public schools have to keep religion out of the classroom. Private schools can teach religion or ignore it according to the mission and philosophy of the particular school. If you are a devout Lutheran, there are hundreds of Lutheran owned and operated schools in which your Lutheran beliefs and practices will not only be respected but they will be taught on a daily basis. The same is true of all the other religious denominations. All you have to do is find a school which meets your needs.
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