I would like to laud Ambassador for heeding to the request of parents and appointing teaching assistants for Grade 1 By doing so ..
* the small nitty-gritty's can be taken care of by the TA which enables the main teacher to focus on the performance and development of the child.
* Additional help during class and break-time can prevent minor accidents / incidents which a child is prone to.
* Since the work load is shared, the teacher is in a better frame of mind and the positivity is truly infectious. My son Sidh is more happy to go to school.
* By providing the TA, the Management has proved that it would go the extra mile if it is for the betterment of the children.
Director Instep Floors
I appreciate Ambassador School for the following changes:
Taking this opportunity to let you know that we truly appreciate and are impressed with the School's efforts to appoint Teaching Assistants in all the Grade 1 classes. Its just a feather in the Hat!!
We are happy about this as we are sure that the Teaching Assistants will be beneficial and help the children to get the most out of their learning and assist those who need extra support to complete their tasks! It will also prove to be a support to the Class Teachers in their paper work after School duties!!!
We are satisfyingly convinced that this step of the School to appoint TA's will be positive and the Class Teachers and TA's together will contribute a great deal for the overall development of the children and achieve the Objectives and Goals!!!
We are really happy and proud to share the information about the event held yesterday at Jumeira lake towers where students from many schools participated in an exhibition entitled ' Treasure from Trash'.
Our children Viswesh- Grade-7 A and Varshini - Grade -4 C had participated in this event. There is an article on the ' The National Newspaper ' --link below
Having been in this school for 4 years now, we have always been happy with the great contribution by some dedicated teachers especially Ms. Mangala who ensures that the concepts of Physics are explained to the children, in a simple and practical way. Without any prompting for the interview, Viswesh's happy observation about the Ambassador School showed up with his following words (excerpt from the article).
"Viswesh Seshan, a Grade 7 pupil from the Ambassador School, agreed learning in Indian schools had to go beyond textbooks. ‘Our system is competition driven’, he said. We wanted to show that schools can use different methods and teaching aids to make concepts interesting. ‘Science shouldn’t be rote learnt,’ said Viswesh, who had stuck drinking straws together using tape to show how waves were
created. ‘Some people understand better when they listen, while some like to see. My school uses different methods. One size doesn’t fit all and all schools have to explore different methods’, said the pupil, who had also made a solar oven model. "
Once again we truly appreciate the dedicated contribution by some of the talented teachers of Ambassador, who play a role model, for others to follow.
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Keep up the great
Thanks and Regards,
Parents of Viswesh & Varshini