CIRS is not just a school, it is a family. Each child is given individual attention, just as they would get at home. Many schools only meet the child's intellectual needs. But at CIRS, all the needs of the child are met with understanding and appropriate care, be it physical, emotional, intellectual or spiritual.


The result is a school where the students are bright, confident and balanced individuals, in work and play. They cherish the love and nurturing which they receive and they respond positively. Many students comment that they feel as much a part of CIRS as they feel with their family at home.


At CIRS, the child is not just a statistic or a roll number. Each individual is given importance, and their worth is appreciated. Each child's birthday is a celebration, with a special song (written by Guruji) at the school assembly and once in 15 days a great celebration for birthdays. The atmosphere at CIRS is homely and loving. The staff and management genuinely care for the children, and for each other, and this shows.





"Good schools, like good societies and good families, celebrate and cherish diversity." - Deborah Meier