- Students and teachers might be insensitive to their surroundings due to lack of awareness.
- ‘Spoon-feeding’ culture, students are almost entirely dependent on their teachers and are not being creative.
- Students and teachers have a lack of interaction beyond school.
- Students have limited knowledge beyond the scope of their curriculum.
- Rigid school schedule forces students to focus on academics and stops them from exploring their interests.
- Many schools are unaware that their environment might be unhealthy for some students and teachers because a lot of times we do not see failure as an opportunity to grow and learn.
- Empower students
- Alter the environment
- Involve all stakeholders
- Focus on personal & social development
3. With teachers’ encouraging young people, they can take full advantage of what both the school and outside interests can offer; this can be a key factor in their progressing successfully through adolescence into rewarding and fulfilling adult life.
What does it mean for a student?
The world today is focusing on ‘social and emotional learning’ (SEL), the MGS helps
Builds a greater engagement between stakeholders and this build empathy, trust
Provides space for mentorship to the teachers and community
Helps young people with skills to prepare them for the world, this includes vocational and social skills
The four sections offer the opportunity to offer a learning experience to all, this makes way for involving the students and the community to not only discover new talent but also help a young person work to exploring possibilities for careers post-school.
“MGS connect the passionate teachers, management, community and the students with common areas of interest in hobbies and activities beyond the classroom thus working to help each excel and work to better learning outcomes.”
- School Principal or our partner school
As the world today is focusing on ‘social and emotional learning’ (SEL), the MGS helps build a greater engagement between stakeholders and this build empathy, trust and provides space for mentorship to the teachers and community members.
The MGS helps young people with skills to prepare them for the world, this includes vocational and social skills.
- My Good School Program helps children to:
- Enhance leadership quality
- Collaborate and make understanding better with peer groups
- Enhance communication skills
- Boost self-confidence
- Develop moral values, which make them sensitive towards the environment and other individuals