The Sanskrit verse – ‘Mata Pitah Guru Daivam’ clearly positions the role of a teacher before that of God. A guru is someone more than a teacher; the word literally means the one who dispels darkness or the one who frees us from ignorance. Guru Purnima or Vyasa Purnima is a day to pay ode to the selfless contributions of a guru. The 24th of July 2021 was earmarked for the occasion by our dear students, who lovingly paid tribute to their gurus in their own special way. Nirav S. from LKG B paid obeisance to his gurus through a beautiful shloka. ‘Guru Vandana’ by our young and talented dancer, Arshia Shivkumar from 3E, was simply enchanting. The guru-shishya bond is seen as a pure connection that helps the student achieve greater heights. This was highlighted by Smiti Achliya from 10D, through her expression of admiration and gratitude for her teachers. We also had Mrs. Harini Srikanth, parent of Atharv Srikanth (UKG E), who shared her sentiments and lauded the teachers for their efforts. The dedication was shared on the Edumerge portal for viewing.

A teacher at New Horizon Public School is more than a source of wisdom and knowledge

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    Respected Madam,

    I am writing this e-mail with immense happiness and gratitude. To see Niharica improve slowly and steadily has given me a lot of confidence that she will do well in her academics even in her higher classes. She now reads very well and independently. She also remembers things better. Her writing has improved as well.

    I would like to thank you mam for your patience, understanding and encouragement. I would also thank the school management for having such a set up where the kids can be given special attention to improve in the areas that they are weak in.

    Mam, I am sure that with your guidance Niharica will have a wholesome growth. Thank you once again.

    Yours sincerely,