Set amidst ashramic surroundings, The Levelfield School is literally an oasis of tranquility and excellence.
Children are happy to step into the school. Levelfield aims to make the school time the most cherished time for all children.
A bit of football before the bell rings.
LKG children are honing their sensorial understanding through activity based learning kits.
There is no point learning to spell numbers or writing numbers in neat handwriting. Numbers must be taught as numbers. At Levelfield, the introduction to numbers happens through place-value kits.
The seating arrangement for junior classes ensures freedom of movement and thought.
At Levelfield, being able to catch a ball elegantly is considered more important for small children compared to handwriting practice.
A cloudy day in August. Students demand that classes be held outdoors.
Some other classes have to stay indoors as they must use audio-visuals.
Rizwan of class VI claims he can beat any adult of Suri in TT. He must prove it through this match.
Tiffin-time – a time for socialising, running around and yes, eating too.
Some finish their tiffin early and head to the library.
Rhea and Aranya are busy playing the Japanese strategy game Othello, honing their analytical skills ahead of rigours of math and science classes.
Kids love to do puzzles like Tangram, Sudoku and Kenken, which form part of the math curriculum in addition to conventional stuff.
THE SUPERCLASS: The best class VI in India, scoring a whopping 25-30% higher than other top-10 schools in the country, according to ASSET test results.
Working hard on their projects, or busy chatting? You never know.
School is over for the day. But some students linger on for a little extra play time.
A school where teachers do more homework than the students.