Where learning comes alive for students.
Project-based learning (PBL) is a teaching method that enables students to learn through active participation in real-world challenges or tasks. Children are assigned a project or are encouraged to pick one of their own choice, usually to be worked in a team, that puts them in a real-world problem and engages them in solving it. They use critical thinking, collaboration, independent research, creativity, and communication skills to find answers to the complex questions at hand. This hands-on learning experience prepares your children from the real world outside, improving their cognitive skills, emphasizing teamwork, and highlighting their individual strength.
I am a parent of a Grade 10 student, Saksham Dhungana. He has been studying at Baba School since pre-primary. Two of my older daughters also studied at Baba and they enjoyed their time at school immensely. Hence, I decided to enroll Saksham at Baba too. I am happy with the school’s services and that it took full safety measures while taking classes during the COVID-19 pandemic. They have maintained the academic competencies of the students during this difficult period as well.
I would definitely recommend Baba school to any other parents who are searching for a good school for their children. Having said that, I would however encourage the school to also prioritize the students’ mental health during this unfortunate pandemic.
Parent of Saksham Dhungana
My son Aakash Thapa is a student at Baba School and I am very pleased that he has access to their wonderful education facility and their curriculum activities. The exposure has made Aakash very confident and has enabled him to think outside the box and push the envelope. I really do not have any complaints whatsoever, and would happily recommend the school to all my friends and family.
Rup Singh Thapa