Aspee Nutan Academy is a co-educational school affiliated with Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE). In 1950, Shree Nutan Kelavani Mandal was founded by philanthropists with the purpose of creating educated minds as a contribution to society. With changing times requiring English as a medium of education, the Trust started the English medium school by the name of Shree Nutan Vidya Mandir in 1979. With the success of its Gujarati medium and English Medium state board schools, the trust had made a remarkable name in the field of education. It was time to venture into new waters and offer further in the field of education. It was then that the seeds of the ICSE section were sowed with the establishment of Aspee Nutan Academy which started its operation from June 2015.
The school’s endeavor is to inspire and empower its students to become lifelong learners, critical thinkers and productive members of an ever-changing global society. Aspee Nutan Academy believes that the underpinning of change relies on the creation of a learning community, where everyone has something to learn and something to teach. The mission of the school is to develop in each child the love of learning and ability to nurture family members, friends and self, the ability to engage in critical thinking and to demonstrate complete mastery of the academic building blocks which are necessary for a successful future.
The school campus has a total school area of 4039 square meters. There are a total of 40 classes on campus with 10 classes on each floor. Every classroom is ICT enabled. Educational facilities include 3 types of laboratories for science (chemistry, biology, physics), mathematics and ICT.
Extra-curricular facilities on campus include outdoor sports grounds for skating, volleyball, baseball, athletics, karate, judo, yoga and dance. There are also indoor sports facilities for chess, arts and talk words.
The school is affiliated with the CISCE. Students from Nursery to Grade 9 (till date) are taught by 56-person teaching staff who receive 30-days teacher training annually to ensure high-quality education imparted to the students. The school follows activity-based teaching and experimental learning.
The school fosters
1) Unique method of learning
2) Peer education
3) Flipped learning
Along with a variety of co-curricular activities and community service programme to ensure students receive holistic education at the Academy.
The eligibility criterion for admission followed by the school is based on the basic principle of education for all. Hence it first caters to local students within the vicinity. The school follows a seamless admission process, with grade appropriate competency tests. For admission to primary and secondary school, the child is expected to achieve competency level as per the grades. For admission into pre-primary grades the school conducts an interaction with parents and accordingly grants admission.
*(Please note: fees will be provided for registered users only).
Fee details from Nursery to Grade 9
The school offers quality education at an affordable price. Its unique method of learning using peer education and flipped learning ensures the all-round development of its students. The school also engages in several cultural and co-curricular activities to impart holistic teaching to its pupils.
A list of the school’s academic/sports/cultural/CSR (community service) achievements are as follows:
|Sr.No||Name of the competition||Topics||Winners||Position||Dates|
|1||BGIS competition||Bhajan singing||Daisha Sanghani||1st place||August 2020|
|2||BGIS competition||Hymn recitation||Krisha Mehta||2nd Runner up||August 2020|
|3||First education newsgroup||Essay competition||Trisha Menon||1st Prize||June 2020|
|4||Impressions – Universal||Play with colours art competition||Raisha Sharma||1st prize||Nov 2020|
|5||Impressions – Universal||Button art craft competition||Kavya Thumar||consolation||Nov 2020|
|6||Spectrum- Pawar Public||Prashashti Varnan||Radhike Mistry||2nd Runner up||Dec 2020|
|8||Gems Literature Festival||Compare and Contrast Essay||Radhike Mistry||Best Five||Dec 2020|
|Gems Literature Festival||Limericks Competition||Kriti Panchal||Best Five||Dec 2020|
|Gems Literature Festival||Elocution – Hindi Poem||Ankita Poddar||Best Five||Dec 2020|
|9||Athena||Skipping mania||Bhavesh Saroj||1st||Jan 2021|
|Athena||Face Painting||Mahekk Mehta||1st||Jan 21|
|10||SOF International General Knowledge Olympiad||General Knowledge Olympiad||Kahaan H Soni||1st-School 1826-
Regional 9723- International
|11||P/N Ward||Best out of Waste||Kavya Thumar||1st||Feb|
|P/N Ward||Speech Weaver||Disha Maniyar||2nd consolation||Feb|
|12||V V Bhat||Mask a Thon||Advika Boritkar||3rd||Feb|
|13||V V Bhat||Voice of change (Debate)||Dhruv+Radhike||3rd||Feb|
|14||V V Bhat||Modern-day Superheroes||Moksha Khatri||encouragement||Feb|
Hostel facilities are not provided since it is a day school.