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Salvation Tree School is located in HS-5, Techzone VII, Milak Lachchhi, Noida Extension [GRENO(W)], UP-203207.
Mr Varun Sharma and Ms Laurie Sharma.
The Salvation Tree School, “Empowered by Learn Today an India Today Group Initiative”, will provide an integrated curriculum which considers whole-child development as one of the prime aims of schooling. This implies going beyond academic and intellectual development of a child; and promoting growth in all five areas (cerebral, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual) of development.
Admissions for Academic Session are open. Provision for admissions for academic session 2018-19 is also available
Classes for Academic session 2017-18 commenced April 03 onwards.
Yes, bus service will be provided. Areas covered will be Noida, Greater Noida, Ghaziabad, Indirapuram etc.
The academic year is 2017-18.
Pre-Primary 8 am to 11 am & Primary 8 am to 2 pm.
The class size will be 30 students per class.
The Salvation Tree School will be a progressive school ensuring a learning environment that enables every child to excel in academics, find and follow their passion, and fulfil their potential to become the best they can be. Accordingly, our curriculum will focus on holistic learning that achieves a balance among the cerebral, social, emotional, physical, and spiritual development of a child.
  • Cerebral development: critical thinking, in-depth understanding, inquiry, creativity, recollection, and application
  • Social development: positive personal relationships, effective communication, trust and belief in the goodness of others, desire to help, and a sense of identity
  • Emotional development: self-belief and confidence, self-control, self-motivation, creative interests, and passion for life-long learning
  • Physical development: pursuit of sport, healthy practices (diet and exercise), personal care and hygiene
  • Spiritual development: feeling at one with nature, the universe, and the self.
The school will follow the CBSE board.
An extensive area that surrounds the school building, here children engage in free play under the constant supervision of a team of qualified teachers. Facilities like swings, slides, and various structures for climbing help develop balance and control in movement; while sand pits allow children to dig, shape, furrow, and experiment on outdoor creations. Sports facilities and infrastructure will support the children in all its curricular and extra-curricular aspects.

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