The school has outsourced its transport facilities. They have various routes on which they operate and ferry children and teachers to school. Each bus has a bus cleaner to attend to the children during the journey. The drivers and bus cleaner have been sensitized to the schools philosophy.
Children board and get off within the school premises. The buses are parked inside the school during the day.
A Transport Committee consisting of members from the schools management, parent representatives and the transport contractors meet every few months to ensure that safety guidelines and discipline measures for students and drivers are diligently followed.
There is a travel desk for parents set up at the beginning of the academic year where parents can enquire routes, charges, collect the payment.
The Dnyanada School – Transport Committee Member 2017-18
|1||Mrs Mamta Jaiswal||Principal|
|2||Mr. Chandrakant Ghodake||Transport Incharge|
|3||Mrs. Anjali Pathare||RTO Office|
|4||Mr. Samratsing Rajput||PSI , Phulambri office|
|5||Mrs. Anagha Maheshmalkar||Secretory|
|6||Mr. Balaji Pople||Z.P. Aurangabad|
For Enquiries Contact:
- Mrs. Anagha Maheshmalkar 9860270168
- Mrs. Mamta Jaiswal 9130036933
2) Science lab
Science composite Lab (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) is spacious and has all the necessary equipments in place.
3) Computer lab
The age of technology is upon us and it is becoming increasingly difficult for someone to function without knowledge of computers Computer lab on the first floor of the school building is used for computer theory and practical lessons. The labs can accommodate 40 children at any given time which is also the strength of a class – division wise. This lab is specially designed to educate the students with the latest technology so that the children get comfortable with technology from a young age.
4) Reading room
The library at Dnyanada is spacious, airy with a magnificent piece of architectural view making it a perfect place to study. The library consists of more than 1225 reference book and more than 6000 other exclusive books It is providing Monthly Magazines, National & International Journals, Competitive Books, Novels, En-cyclopedias and Daily News Papers. Which cover all the subjects and are timely upgraded.
5) E-class room
In order to uphold The Dnyanada’s vision of Locally rooted and globally competent education, we have included various innovative E-technology in our curriculum.
- Digital classroom equipped with interactive boards that acts as a computer, regular class board, and TV.
- The software covers curriculum, activities, charts, learning games, 2D-3D animations and videos for secondary level that cater to the CBSE schools.
- A comprehensive professional training program is given to teachers so they can use it to maximum learning.
- E-Learning is not only an investment financially but in our teachers and children to unleash their creativity within and outside the classroom.
6) Drawing room
Our school has a beautifully planned Art room that inspires children to unleash their creativity and imagination.
The Art & Craft department is committed to offer a stimulating environment for a wide range of design practices; in the belief that creativity is a vital part of a complete education. There are facilities for Painting, Drawing, Clay-modeling, Interior & Exterior decoration & Theme based activities.
7) Music Room
Music and Dance rooms – located in the basement. There are separate rooms for percussion – the tabala room and the drums room, dance, music – western, classical. Children go to these rooms as per their time-table.
The music curriculum fosters the children’s enjoyment and understanding of music. The children are taught to play musical instruments. They can express themselves through song and musical compositions. They are given opportunities to perform at various inter-school and intra school events organized by the school.
8) Games and Sports
We have sports for all age groups so that children can relax and exercise at the same time with a sporting spirit. The school has appointed a trained Physical Training Master to train the children in various indoor as well as outdoor games. We encourage students to participate in all the sports events.
List of the games
- Indoor Games
Yoga, Chess, Carom, Table tennis
- Out Door Games
Badminton, Basket ball, Cricket, Disc throw, Dumbbells, gymnastics, Hurdles, javelin throw, Kho-kho, Kabaddi, Karate, lezim , Long Jump, Langdi, Soft Tennis,Shot put throw, Taekwondo, Teniquoite, , Tug of war, volleyball.
100 m running,Relay.
- Recreational games
Fire on the mountain, Frog cross the pond, Ram Ravan, 8 No. game, Skipping rope, Been Bag Catching, Throwing Balancing, Scarf game, Circuit training, Shivaji says, Dotch ball, In Out, Dog in the bone, zigzag running raise, parashoot shaking tapping, Hulla Hoops.
9) Sick Bay:
If a child is sick or hurt, he/she can go to the sick-bay where first-aid is administered by a trained full-time nurse. In case of an acute injury / medical emergency, after administering first-aid, the child is immediately rushed to hospital in our school van. Some of the school staff has also been trained in basic first-aid at the school.
10) Parent Awareness program, Training program for teachers.
Different parent awareness programs held at school like Balanced diet, yoga camp, good parenting gender sensitivity, core values, seeing the world through children’s eye.
Training program for teachers like class wise subject training for all subjects by experts from the same field, life skills, inclusive education, class room manufacturing, handling multi-grade class room, my strengths and influence as a teacher, teaching as relationships, skills for adolescence, effective teaching, difficult child strategies and solution, flip learn- how to use apps for home work, assignments, SMS, etc.,
11) PTC (Parent-Teacher interactions, Conference and Open days)
A Key object of the PTC is to bring into closer relation the home and School, that parents and teachers may cooperate more intelligently in the education of children and youth.
Every month, the School invites Parents, which helps them to know about the Child’s Academic performance. Parents come to know the behavior of the child. In this way parents and teachers cooperate with each-other intelligently in the training of a child. At Dnyanada we believe that if both parents and teachers come together, know each-other, understand each-other, it helps in growth and development of child’s progress.
The school has various steps and measures in place to ensure every child and adults safety while on the schools premises.
- The school has security personnel, stationed at the School Gates.
- The security guards verify that the individual collecting the child is authorized to do so by providing an identity card/ authority letter.
- Private bus drivers have to collect the children from the School premises after showing the identity cards of the children.
- All the visitors entering school need to fill up a “Visitors slip” that gets counter signed after meeting the concerned staff member, then has to be deposited to office.
- Whole school campus is under the supervision of CCTV cameras.
- The entire staff of DES underwent a theoretical and practical training on Disaster Management. This was done so as to prepare them in the case of any untoward incident.
- An internal disaster management team has been created and a safety evacuation plan was developed.
- There are fire extinguishers installed at appropriate places in the School.
Hygeine and cleanliness is not compromised at Dnayanda. Wash Rooms in highly professional manner in order to maintain high level of health and safety standards during the operation time of the school. Separate agency hired for cleaning of school, wash rooms and campus. Different machineries with latest technologies are used for cleaning.
We also have a kitchen facility with required staff. Which provide tea for all staff member and also used occasionally for cooking purpose.
14) Drinking Water:
We have R O water treatment plant with a capacity of 500 Lt/hour so that we can provide hygienic water to school.
15) Power Back-up
The school has dedicated transformer from MSEB in addition to diesel generator with the capacity of 35 KVA.
16) Multipurpose Hall
Multipurpose Hall – is used for whole school assemblies, presentations, teacher and parent training and workshops, concert practices, celebrations.
17) Open air theatre
Amphitheatre – located on ground floor is used for circle time, class related activities – where the teacher takes them for different events. Also it is a space which can be used to stage plays in the evening in the near future.
18) Print Rich Environment
Print Rich Environment in the class room
In the well-established and well-organized classroom at The Dnyanada School, there is print everywhere! This does not negate the fact that visual picture reminders of classroom schedules, rules, etc., are critical to the social and emotional development of the children. However, words are placed next to any visual clue to help the children understand about print. Here are ways that a teacher at Dnyanada creates a print-rich environment.
Posted Alphabet –
There are at least two alphabet charts posted in every classroom in the Lower Primary classes. These charts are at the eye level of the children.
Upcoming Artists –
Different drawing done by the students is displayed on the soft board to encourage the upcoming artists.
Classroom Libraries –
Each classroom has at least 4 books per child available at all times. They keep them in a shelf in one corner in the classroom where the children, in their free time, can go and read.
Writing Centers –
‘Healthy handwriting is a master tool.’ Keeping this in mind at Dnyanada, we have special handwriting expert to improve the writing of the teachers and as well as the students. A monthly based programs helps our student to improve not only their handwriting but also impires them to use handwriting as master tool to remove distraction of mind and improve study skill as well.
School Classroom has-
- wide variety of tools to develop fine motor skills and handwriting skills. These tools include large pencils, large crayons, large brushes, markers, finger paints, chalk, etc.
- children are provided with different types of writing materials for experimentation. Newsprint, construction paper, tag board, colored and white paper are all part a long list of different types of paper that are fun for the beginning writer.
Display Boards and Soft Boards –
Each class from lower primary to Class 10 is provided with soft boards inside and outside their classrooms. The work of the children, their projects, write-ups, charts with subject related information is displayed. The boards are filled with the colorful displays of every subject which make the corridors and the classrooms lively and motivating for the children.
Supporting literacy in the classroom is critical in the early years in helping children become literate individuals. Good teachers continually ask themselves what more they can do to create a literacy-rich environment for their students.
19) Day care:
We have a day care facility for the staff member’s kids.
20) ETH Software:
We have the software which can generate all report cards, Bonafide Certificates, financial support as well as transportation tracking system.
21) Caring and nurturing learning environment
Traditionally, teachers used to think of a conducive classroom environment as one where students are under the complete control of the teacher through rules and regulations which he or she has set.
However the trend today is different. The classroom and school environment is now more inclined towards providing a caring and nurturing learning environment.
It is just the same at Dnyanada English School. It is composed not only of the physical features of the school and classroom but also the attitudes of the students and the teacher. The development of the students is tied to the physical and socio-emotional climate that they experience in Dnyanada English School.
At Dnyanada English School forming congenial relationships is a priority by carrying out respectable dialogues, by practicing encouragement and affirmation, by taking decisions through shared involvement and resolving conflict through amicable methods.