Child Education:

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PHF promotes an interactive, child centered teaching approach with emphasis on hands-on activities that help children learn, question and enjoy the learning process.

Our academics team has referenced local and international educational guidelines to design the most appropriate curriculum, integrating best practices from across the world. Our training modules are a rich blend of concepts identified in the National Curriculum and themes emphasized in other international curricula as well.

Creative and Critical Thinking

Special emphasis is placed on the personal, moral, and social development of our students. Activities at schools are therefore aimed at inspiring children to become responsible and well-rounded individuals.

A co-curricular programme centered around art, debating, sports and a wide range of similar activities provide students with a platform to showcase and celebrate their creative expression and talents.

Conceptual Knowledge

Especially during tough economic times, technology helps to change classrooms, and you need to be open to new ideas that will improve the way students absorb and retain information. You also need to know how to use the resources you have to the best of your ability.

Confidence

 Perhaps the most important trait of being an educational leader is believing in your students and the power of education.  It’s vital to believe in what your school is trying to accomplish each and every day, and to convey your enthusiasm for change, your own motivation to make things better, and your confidence in those around you. Your words and actions directly impact morale—show others your passion for education, and they’ll feel it too.