Shree Swaminarayan English Medium School (GSEB)

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In every month we teach our stuents the things made out of waste materials which is useless for them. Students participate in this activity with great interest. They learn new things for which they don’t have to spend money. Our children are encouraged through these activities to be creative and therefore every opportunity is taken to develop their confidence, self-esteem and life skills through technology, physical education and the creative and performing art.


A classroom consist of the collection of little faces. Some are curious, some are distracting and some are struggling. Its necessary to treat all of them with equal love and care along  with little extra attention to those who find hard to cope with the toppers. We at Shree Swaminarayan Gujarat Board English Medium School, Salvav have “Blooming Birds” activity which helps the slow learners to cope with the toppers. Here we divide the class in three parts as toppers, average and weak students for three days in last two periods, where the toppers do revision, average students solve their doubts and the weak students get extra explanation and personal attention of the teacher. We believe that children deserve to have the best start in life. As such, giving them special attention in their educational is crucial. 

More Attention Towards Weak Students

Every individual is unique with different IQ levels. Some students have the capability of grabbing fast and memorise for long. Others have less picking capacity. We at Shree Swaminarayan Gujarat Board Swaminarayn Gujarat Board English Medium School, Salvav believe that punishing a weak student won’t provide necessary solution. So for the same we give extra time to such students. Here we all the teachers help the students in dividing the given time into various slots for completing each topic, revise and give exams. Doing the appropriate thing at the proper time can achieve the goal. Pleasant and polite behaviour with individual care can boost the confidence and will power and the students who are not so good can come up with excellence grades in the future. 


We like to think that we live in a world where children are, at all time, shielded from violence and abuse, but unfortunately, that is far from the truth. It is high time then, that we start teaching our young children how to stand up for themselves. By teaching children self-defense, we are not first teaching them how to fight back, but also how to respect their own bodies, how to stand up for themselves, how to differentiate good or bad touch, how to feel sufficient and secure in abilities to take care of oneself. It is rightly said that children are the future of tomorrow. It is up to us to shape these young ones minds into healthy and responsible adults by teaching them how to never, ever accept the violence they don’t deserve. 

Smart Syllabus

Smart Syllabus is an educational concept that aims to enhance the learning experience by incorporating elements of technology and adaptability into the traditional curriculum. The acronym SMART stands for Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound, highlighting the key characteristics of this innovative approach to syllabus design.

The SMART Syllabus focuses on clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes for each subject or topic. It breaks down the curriculum into specific units, ensuring that students and teachers have a clear understanding of what needs to be achieved.

Library books

Library books play a crucial role in providing knowledge and entertainment to readers of all ages. These books are an essential part of the vast collections found in libraries worldwide, serving as valuable resources for education, research, and leisure.

Library books come in various genres, including fiction, non-fiction, reference books, biographies, and more. They cover a wide range of subjects, allowing readers to explore diverse topics and expand their horizons. From classic literature to contemporary works, library books cater to the interests and intellectual pursuits of a diverse audience.


Active learning, also known as Teaching, Learning, and Mentoring (TLM), is an educational approach that encourages students to actively engage in the learning process. It goes beyond the traditional passive learning model where students simply receive information from teachers or textbooks. Instead, active learning involves students participating in activities that promote critical thinking, problem-solving, collaboration, and self-reflection.

In active learning, students take an active role in constructing their knowledge and understanding of a subject. They are encouraged to ask questions, explore concepts, and apply what they have learned to real-world situations. This approach recognizes that learning is not a passive transfer of information but an active process that requires active engagement and interaction.


Exciting Activities

We believe that school should not only be a place of learning but also a hub of excitement and enjoyment. Engaging in exciting activities can not only enhance your overall school experience but also contribute to your personal growth and development. Here are some exciting activities that can make your school life more enjoyable:

  1. Sports and Athletics

  2. Performing Arts

  3. Science and Technology Clubs

  4. Debating and Public Speaking

  5. Outdoor Excursions and Field Trips

  6. Community Service