Bond between teacher and child
Children help one another
Co-curricular activities - judo
Learning made fun
Learning through activities
Taking learning beyond the classroom
Taking learning beyond the classroom
Providing an interactive learning environment
Making learning interesting for children
Keeping the individual interests of the child in mind


Aseema’s approach to education is the foundation of all that we have done and the benchmark of quality for all that we want to achieve. It is an amalgamation of three closely aligned approaches – the approach followed by the Atma Vidya Educational Foundation in Kerala, the Montessori approach as explained by Dr. Maria Montessori and the approach followed by the Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education in Pondicherry.

This approach is based on the belief that all children have an innate love for learning which grows and flourishes when there is a bond between the teacher and the taught.

In this relationship the teacher:

  • Is committed first of all to the security and happiness of the child.
  • Is attentive to the child’s needs, feelings and interests.
  • Is open to understanding how the child wants to learn by following the child’s interests.
  • Is prepared to give of herself/himself along with imparting learning.
  • Is appreciative of the child’s efforts with positive strokes so that from the very beginning the child associates learning with encouragement and success.</