Learning comes naturally to toddlers and young children. Day by day, they grow physically, emotionally, socially and mentally, developing their intelligence and understanding about the world around them. During their various learning stages they acquire something very special; their inquisitiveness and experiences help them to explore and express their feelings. It is important that their perceptions and needs are afforded appropriate opportunities for expression in the right setting so they can convert their interpretations into learning. Children at GPS Indore are attended to with the utmost care and concern. Although settling in at school involves a transition from a protective home environment to a new world with new people, children at GEMS schools are supported through this until they feel at home. Through our core values – Growing by Learning, Pursuing Excellence, Learning through Innovation and Global Citizenship – we help our children to grow up with the ability to face new challenges, make firm decisions and contribute to family, social and community life. We enable them to assist in the creation of a healthy, peaceful, prosperous world. We offer them emotional security, teach them values, help them work with – and not against – nature, de-stress them, help them to dream, make them responsible and respect their privacy; in this way, we aim to ensure that every child is a wholesome individual leading a meaningful life.
Our faculty is carefully selected to ensure we retain the highest standards in our classrooms. We recognise the tremendous impact teachers can have on a child’s growth and personality; our educators influence students’ moral development by setting ethical and responsible behavioural precedents.The faculty at GEMS Public School, Indore, are equipped with professional teaching qualifications and have a deep understanding of their subjects and the curricula offered. Because we are a GEMS Network school, our educators enjoy regular in-house training as well as sessions arranged by CIE and other reputable bodies like the British Council. The performance of our teachers is subject to regular review which helps to identify professional development needs and enables them to be at the forefront of good practice. Non-academic staff are well-equipped to support teaching staff and help with students’ pastoral needs. Our wardens are trained to be mentors, guides and friends; our nutritionists strive to provide students with healthy meals and instil good habits.
Meet our team We’ve always believed in teamwork and would like you to meet the self-motivated team of non-teaching support staff and our teachers at GEMS Public School, Indore. Know more about them right here.