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Air Force School, Chennai
Air Force School, Avadi, Chennai is one of the most well-known schools offering admission preference to children of Air Force personnel. This school is affiliated to CBSE and has an excellent infrastructure. Air Force School, Avadi, adopts modern techniques of imparting education. Read more insightful reviews about Air Force School, Avadi and get all other up-to-date details here.
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|Air Force School located at Avadi in Chennai was started in the year 1948 and is managed by IAF Educational and Cultural Society. It is a co-educational institution and it offers education from Pre-KG to class X as per the curriculum of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). The school has received “Best Air Force School Secondary Level" and the “Best Air Force School Secondary Level in maintenance command" awards among all the Air Force Schools for the year 2014-2015. |
AcademicsThe school provides education to the students from KG to class X. English is the medium of instructions in the school. Hindi is the compulsory language till class X. The school has introduced Sanskrit as a third language from class VI. Computer education is given to all the students from class I to X.
The school strictly follows the CBSE syllabus and guidelines from class I to X. For KG classes, Air Force school follows the direction of Air headquarters and uses the books as prescribed by Air Headquarters.
The school evaluates the students based on the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) by considering the performance of the students in both scholastic and co-scholastic areas. The school regularly conducts formative and summative assessments to evaluate the academic excellence of the students. The students are encouraged to participate in activities such as role-play, brain storming sessions, group activity, seminars, creative writing, and debate and so on.
FacilitiesAir Force School campus is wide and the entire campus provides cool and friendly learning environment. The classrooms are spacious, ventilated and are fitted with teaching aids such as smart boards, computers, LCD, flashcards, charts, etc. The school follows interactive teaching and learning methodologies through virtual classrooms and e-learning methods using smart boards. The school library has vast collection of books, magazines, newspapers and informative CDs. To provide practical education to the students the school has well equipped separate modern laboratories for Science. The computer lab of the school has latest model computers and is well furnished. For the pre-primary students, the school has separate activity room, mini-theater, playroom and sand-pit. The school has a large dining room, playground and facilities for indoor and outdoor games.
ActivitiesIn addition to academics, the school also considers the performance of the students in extra-curricular activities. Special training is given to the students in sports and games such as basketball, football, volleyball, athletics, etc. The school allows the students to participate in command level tournaments and inter school sports meet. The school band provides a good platform for the students to showcase their talents in harmonium, tabla, keyboard, triple bongo and morocco. To develop the creative and aesthetic skills the school trains the students by conducting Socially Useful Productive Work (SUPW) classes. The school has Scouts and it conducts various competitions in co-curricular activities, events and sports meet.
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