“If you believe in what you’re doing, you’ll be successful” — Connie Sellecca
Take a deep breath, release all the stress. It is the exam time for the students of SAI International Residential School. They are taking their first half yearly exams. Being students of a residential school children are prepared well in advance but at the same time some may be nervous.
All the examination phobia symptoms like stomach aches, headaches, nausea, vomiting, at times and fever is taken care by the school. It is important to make them feel normal and calm them down, so that they feel confident to write the papers. SIRS being a residential school gives emphasis on each and every aspect of growth; it follows the international pattern of giving appropriate timing to study, sleep and sports.
Apart from the regular activities, the students are given extra time and guidance on different subjects if needed by them every day for an hour; they are even counseled if required by experts. The Headmaster SIRS Shri Amitabh Agnihotri said, “The children are studying through the day. After the regular classes and during the exam too they have been provided some extra hours in the morning and evening for revision. But the school doesn’t compromise on a child’s mental and physical health they are given ample of time to refresh and rejuvenate through various sporting activities of their choice, yoga and meditation to keep their mind, body and soul at peace”.
A residential school is a home for the children, apart from making them feel at home they are also trained right from the very beginning to manage time. Children learn time management during the exam as how to manage study time as well as for other activities.
There are various ways in which students are ensured stress free examination like:
Here’s SAI International fraternity wishing them all the very best for the exams.