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Here they value quality education more than selling infrastructures like new campus, tables chairs etc Fees is less as it is a missionary school, but they don't compromise on quality of education. They emphasis more on vocabulary building till the 5-6 years of age when human brain can learn maximum languages.
Both my kids studied there for a year and it was the biggest mistake of my life. It follows age old methods of teaching. Ratta-ratta and some more ratta. teachers are not serious and barely qualified. Spicer runs its own teachers training school so routinely they send new trainees from there to the school for some practical experience.
Overall a bad experience. I also noticed that most of the kids there are from the low income group hence language/accent etc becomes an issue.
My daughter still pronounces Zero as 'Jeero' :(