The Gera School Resumes physical classes, activities for all standards

Opens Admissions for the academic year 2022 with a target of 300 students

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PANAJI: After 2 years of quiet corridors and empty classrooms, school gates across the state have reopened to the joyful return of students and teachers.
The months of intensive preparation and planning that went into reopening The Gera School safely have paid off, as parents felt confident sending their children to a physical school.
The Directorate of Education Goa declared Schools open to students from Grade 1 – Grade 10. With this, The Gera School has commenced the admissions for the new academic year with a target of 300 students in 2022.
Welcoming the student heartily for the first day, the Principal, Carol Joseph, The Gera School said, “the students should be appreciated for being brave, resilient and strong through these trying times. This is true for all students across the nation and worldwide. The young ones have been and are valiant in times of uncertainty and displayed a spirit of courage; all this was possible because of parents, caregivers, and staff who stood firm beside our students through the past two years. The battle isn’t over yet”.
With students back in school, The Gera School strive to excel at few checkpoints focusing for all Parents and Caregivers across the state and nation alike. Firstly, recognize that students may feel anxious at the start of the school year and emphasize social and emotional learning while building the classroom community again. Secondly, while being mindful to address the unfinished education and syllabus with students to be patient, provide the appropriate tools needed to grasp concepts. Thirdly, along with dedicated staff, parents and caregivers, strive to connect with students to help them feel valued, accepted, and safe as they return to the classrooms.
Alongside all of this, The Gera School strive to nurture individuality and let their student enjoy the great outdoors with programmes such as Martial Arts, Football, Gymnastic and Table tennis Training in the sports section and Dancing, singing, drama and music in the classroom for Co-curricular.


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