Philosophy Of Education

It is a Simple, Beautiful Living and We Can All Participate in it

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela rightfully puts across the real objective of education. At Homerton Grammar School, our philosophy of education is based on nurturing young minds of today who would become global leaders of tomorrow. Our approach to education is based on the following:

  • Holistic development is key: We ensure the emotional, social and physical development of our students over and above academics
  • Building strong academic foundation: We develop a deep love for learning and encourage critical thinking, problem-solving & creativity skills among students
  • Focusing on modern pedagogy: We integrate modern teaching methodologies to facilitate a love for learning among our students
  • Developing personality and communication: We instill self-confidence, teamwork and effective communication skills to help students communicate easily
  • Imparting learning through experiences: We ensure students learn from practical experiences, field trips, projects and real world applications
  • Creating tomorrow's achievers today: We train students to be proactive, innovative, and capable of seizing opportunities to become achievers
“The task is immense. Let this not scare us. Together we can succeed.”

- Mr. Kuldip Singh (Founder)

Philosophy Of Education
Philosophy Of Education
Philosophy Of Education

School Houses

Cultivating Right Competitive Attitude
Raman House
Shaw House
Tolstoy House
Satyarthi House

Courses Offered

Compulsory Subject: English
Choose one subject from each group:-
  • Physics
  • Accountancy
  • History
  • Chemistry
  • Economics
  • Hindi
  • Psychology
  • Biology
  • Mathematics
  • Business Studies
  • Pol. Science
  • Mass Media
  • Physical Ed.
  • Painting
  • Computer Science
  • Psychology
  • Applied Mathematics
  • Mathematics
  • This does not guarantee subject selection by the school
  • Mathematics and Applied Mathematics cannot be taken together
  • Students taking Biology from group 3 are ineligible for Mathematics or Applied Mathematics in group 4.
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