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‘This Mumbai school creates a sense of belonging among students’

Mrs. Shraddha Tatwani, mother of Apeejay Nerul students Kiyansh and Kanishka Tatwani, applauds the teachers for giving equal opportunities to all the wards



Mrs. Shraddha Tatwani, Chief Manager at Bank of Baroda, is the proud mother of Kiyansh and Kanishka Tatwani. The siblings are Apeejay Nerul students, in class 4 and 1 respectively. In a brief interview, Mrs. Tatwani shares her children’s progress at school and highlights what makes Apeejay School Nerul the best choice for her kids. Edited excerpts

Why did you choose to get Kivyansh and Kanishka enrolled at Apeejay Nerul?

Apeejay Nerul is the top notch school in all of Navi Mumbai. Hence, it was not a tough decision for me. Apeejay Nerul was the obvious choice when it came to getting my kids enrolled in a school.

Please tell us a bit about both the children and take us through their progress at school?

My elder son Kiyansh is in class 4 and younger daughter Kanishka is in class 1. Both of them are very fun loving as kids and they love to spend time in school. Both have a knack of participating in all the extra-curricular activities organised by school. They are enjoying life at the moment, growing with each day.

Are the teachers engaging well with the students?

Kiyansh and Kanishka talk a lot about how well the teachers engage the kids in class. The teachers are strict but caring and extremely loving at the same time. They try to involve the kids and give equal opportunities to all of them.

What is the best thing about the school?

Students have a sense of belonging to the school.  You will see little happy faces which automatically creates positive vibes and one can’t help but applaud the ever helpful attitude of the teachers.

How was the experience of the online classes for both the children?

Online classes were initially a challenge for both the teachers as well as students.  However, gradually, the teachers started to involve kids akin to a proper physical class, ensuring total discipline and attention in the class. That was really great. 

Arijit Roy is a young correspondent at Apeejay Newsroom. He has done his masters in English literature from Delhi University and has a book of poems published by Writers Workshop India. He can be reached at [email protected]

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