The Key Elements of PYP and its Impact on Students

On April 21, 2020,

A child’s education in the foundation stages of learning is equally important as say, the final few years before graduating school. The education structure between ages 3 and 12 at MLSI – the Primary Years Programme, is uniquely curated to prepare students for the intricacies of the Middle Years Programme…

PYP at MLSI: Everything You Need to Know

On April 15, 2020,

Enrolling your child in school will always be a cumbersome and worrying task. There are so many contrasting parameters to consider – location, finances, faculty, facilities, and the board of education. Each board of education in India is unique in its own way, which is why it makes it even…

Grandparents Day Celebration At Mount Litera School International

On October 30, 2019,

Grandparents play an essential role in the lives life of every child. The pampering that kids receive from their grandparents leaves a lasting impression on their lives. Grandparents Day is a day to celebrate the connections between the generations. This day is dedicated to acknowledging and celebrating the vital contribution…

Mindful Parenting: Why it is important for you and your child

On October 22, 2019,

Parenting can most certainly be one of the most challenging and stressful jobs. However, its significance lies in the influence that it has on the children. Practising the idea of mindfulness as parents and modelling the same for our children might very well be the factor that tips the balance…

The Best Summer Plan for your Child

On June 11, 2019,

Summer vacations are around the corner and if you’re a parent, you’d probably be wondering how your child can spend them in a productive as well as fun way. The answer: School summer camps! Summer camps are widely known for providing a safe environment for children where they can gain…

Understanding the MYP

On April 25, 2019,

The very first programme to be introduced in 1968 by the International Baccalaureate was the High School Diploma Programme, also known as the IBDP. The aim of this programme then was to provide young people with skills and attitudes to better understand and then act to improve our world. Those…

How unique extracurricular activities help students with a holistic education

On April 12, 2019,

Authored by Ms. Mona Seervai – Head of School, Mount Litera School International The unspoken demand on schools today is to make their studentsworld citizens equipped for tomorrow. This can be achieved by providing them real life experiences which enable them to pursue further education as well as be better…