The Plenum School is a dream to help set up “The Finest School” in India so that the finest, global education should be available, accessible and affordable for majority of Indian students. The best school in India need not be necessarily the most expensive. It should not be the fanciest building or the most gaudily designed entrance gates. What matters most is the quality of manpower.
The teachers, staff and the management that makes the institution what it is. The pollution free environment around the school is an integral part of our USP. We take pride in the simple down to earth existence that we expose our students to.
कोई बजम (महफ़िल) हो या कफ़स (पिंजड़ा) या पीरगी का हो दयार। जहाँ रोशनी की कमी लगी … वहीं चिराग एक जला दिया।।
The Plenum School is a dream to set up a unique and world-class school. Our society members are highly educated, well-placed professionals who share my passion and vision for making The Plenum School a global brand. World-class institutions take time to nurture and build. Thus we are a work in progress.
The location of our school is a blessing for nature and trek lovers. Regular treks in the nearby hills keeps our faculty and students fit and healthy. Every trek and excursion helps in improving endurance, reduce stress, improve cardiovascular and musculoskeletal strength. Excursions promote socializing, help develop managerial skills and improve cultural understanding.
Dancing is a must do activity for parties at The Plenum School. While dancing every child forgets himself/herself and lives in the moment. It's the best way to end shyness and promote a carefree attitude in life. Thus you will find students and teachers at The Plenum School always ready to “ shake a leg” and paint the town red. Dance sessions also help cement the strong bonds that wonderful boarding schools help inculcate in their students. Parties celebrated together helps in improving bonding and making each other feel important and wanted, something that every young minds look forward to.
Asthachal is akin to contemplation, mindfulness, reflective observation. We gather every evening and sit quietly to observe ourselves and the world we live in. The Plenum School believes that making students reflect on their daily lives will go a long way in making smart and sensible adults. It helps the students in steadying the mind and observing their own thought and memories as a mere witness. This is an established practice of meditation in Indian philosophy known as “Niddidhyasana”. It is NOT easy, but great schools try and do tough things.
We just don’t say that our teachers are more than friends for our students, We mean it. Personal interactions with students after dinner in their dorms, is a way to share a relation stronger than that of a “normal teacher”. Great residential schools help shape character of its students by the close knit and personal interest teachers take in shaping young lives. Our teachers joke, inform, correct, understand or just listen to our students. With easier access to their teachers, our students become confident in voicing their opinion on any matter –big or small.