RDS School understands the importance of a classroom in a student's life. Our classrooms reflect an inviting and a nurturing learning environment. All the rooms are fully air-Ventilated so that the students and teachers get conducive atmosphere for an effective teaching-learning process to take place. The classrooms are spacious and well-ventilated. Furniture and teaching aids are child friendly and age appropriate. The weather controlled and aesthetically laid out classrooms is well supported by audio-visual aids and Information and Communication Technology (ICT). All the classrooms are equipped with networked computer, interactive board, and short throw projectors to display information at the touch of the screen. To avoid any mis-happenings our all class-rooms are under CCTV surveillance. .

‘Consuming’ Information
Smart Classes is a teaching model that integrates a variety of media – videos, photographs, audio recordings, graphs, illustrations etc – and delivers them across digital platforms such as laptops, tablets and mobile phones. Technology is changing the way we live and it was only a matter of time before it irrevocably altered the way children ‘consumed information’.

‘Impactful Learning
Studies across the world show that Smart Classes are much more impactful than conventional teaching techniques. Its interactive approach and visually appealing format bring new concepts to life, help children explore and grasp them quickly and imprint them on the mind indelibly. Smart learning makes content relatable and invites students to explore it, whereas conventional teaching methods sometimes appear to distance students from the subject being taught. When designed intelligently, Smart Classes can be very creative and loads of fun. But make no mistake, just because digital tools are exciting doesn’t mean ‘it’s all play and no work’. Quite the contrary!.  

‘Enhancing The Curriculum
RDS has brought the e-revolution on board with a Knowledge Portal that provides access to Smart Classes as well as other e-tools designed to supplement the curriculum. In other words, we do not use Smart tools to teach the curriculum per se; rather to complement and enhance it through animation and interactive tools.

Thought of The Day
The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet