Benefits of Residential Schools
Residential schools are the schools offering lodging facilities to the students coming from the other cities for education. These students go to the school in the day hours and they reside in the boarding of the school and normally go to meet their families in the holidays. Residential schools also include some schools day students that attend the school and return back to their families in the evening hours.
Residential schools provide stress free environment to the students which helps them in flourishing the fullest potential. The management educates the residing students and fabricates in them the importance of being disciplined. Every parent wishes to have a child with shining personality, such pleasing personality is the aim of residential schools in India.
The wardens take care of their child in the best possible manner. Some of the boarding schools include special sports arena, playgrounds, indoor games, arts and craft classes, extempore speeches, and dance and music classes too. The residential schools in Delhi help the students to experience the life in a social circle and interact with the students coming from different backgrounds. This helps in developing the confidence and communication skills in a child. The creative guidance and good environment provided by the residential schools helps in better grooming of the kid.
In the schools providing co-education, there are separate boarding’s for girls and boys, giving the child homely treatment and nutritious food accompanied with well-ventilated spacious rooms and internet facilities. The students are not allowed to keep the cell phones. A common telephone is provided to them from where they may call their parents. This is the best place for sharing your happy moments and sorrows with your classmates. The residential schools also provide efficient councilors for the moments when you feel home-sick and depressed.
The residential schools in Bangalore have scored more than the other schools. In the hard and hectic life of Bangalore where children have to commute through a very long distance and the traffic on the roads creates a distance between the child and the parents; people generally prefer to send their child to the boarding school. The young ones stay back in the campus and on the weekends visit their family. Hence, instead of wasting hours in travelling, the child is able to concentrate on the academics and recreational activities and enjoy with their families on the weekends.
Ideally a child should be bought up at home till his teens, but it’s not the ideal world. Commuting often eats up the leisure time of the kid. Hence the residential schools became the better choice. It is often observed that the children residing in the residential schools get better results both in academics and extra-curricular activities. Students entering these schools may avail the best facilities by a paying a little more the normal school fees. They may read, grow, play and develop into the productive personalities and a well known citizen of the country.
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