The Heritage School, at Vasant Kunj in New Delhi is a coeducational day school affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi. Founded by N.C. Jain in 1999, it offers education from class I to XII. The school has approximately 107 teachers and around 835 students. It maintains a teacher student ratio of 1:5 and classroom student ratio of 1:31.
The school aims to be a learning community where each student is free to grow towards the realization of their highest human potential through a harmonious integration of spirit, heart, mind and body.
The school campus hots a spacious auditorium, a well -stocked library, well-equipped labs for physics, chemistry, biology, language, math and computers, a resource room in the junior school, customized student management software for assessments, media and multimedia design labs and an engineering graphics design lab.
The school also hosts design labs for carpentry, pottery, textile, clay modelling and handicrafts, a painting studio, studios for dance and theatre, practice rooms for music instruments, an audio visual room, an amphitheatre to accommodate 400 children, a medical infirmary and an in-house canteen to serve the students.
The sports infrastructure includes a football field, basketball court, cricket ground, volleyball field, sandpit and an indoor games room for carrom and chess.
For junior school (nursery to class III), the school follows thematic teaching approach and offers subjects like social science, art, literature, poetry, music and maths. Maths is taught through an innovative approach called Jodo Gyan, which embraces the framework devised by The Freudenthal Institute of Real Mathematics based in Netherlands.
For the middle years (classes IV to VII), the methodology used is project-based learning involving hands-on project work and analysis of concepts, knowledge and skill sets. The aim of this approach is to help children to observe, reflect, analyze, synthesize and understand from multiple perspectives.
The senior school program (VIII to XII) is dialogic with participative pedagogy and supported by technology infrastructure that promotes learning through intranet, pod-casting, power-point presentations, AV rooms, interactive boards, CD players, projectors and sessions in the auditoriums. Backed by a network of mass email, SMS and e-groups, inter-student communication adds to the learning that happens at school.
Students are trained in sports such as football, basketball, table tennis, lawn tennis, aerobics, taekwondo and skating.
Skill-building activities include carpentry, pottery, textile designing, clay modelling, handicrafts, painting, dance, drama and music.
The application form can be downloaded from the school website and submitted at the school along with attested copies of the documents mentioned on the website. The school office can be contacted for more information on admission.
Details on fees can be obtained from the school office.
The school has been ranked among the top day schools in India by the Education World C-fore Survey 2013.