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Glendale Education

Respect, Responsibility,
Cooperation

Blueprint For Academic Brilliance
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Imbibing Personal Leadership And
Empathy In All Students

We, at Glendale believe that it is very important to inculcate conscious discipline in our students. Discipline that is enforced intrinsically and consciously from within is what lasts a lifetime. Our philosophy of conscious discipline is termed RRC which includes Respect for self and others, Responsibility for one’s actions and behaviour and Cooperation with each other for achieving optimal results from each interaction. This is in alignment with our motto- “Sow a thought, reap an action, sow an action, reap a habit, sow a habit, reap a character, sow a character, reap a destiny”!

Unless the seeds of conscious discipline are sown from within, they cannot become part of character. Discipline that is forcibly enforced from the outside is short-lived and inevitably ends in failure. Hence it is of paramount importance to sow the seeds of conscious discipline right from early childhood when the child’s brain is at a high learning curve. The culture of RRC that we follow at Glendale teaches them lifeworthy learnings that make our students future-ready as global citizens of the 21st century! In the world where technological innovations and disruptions are fast-changing the world around us, the main intrinsically human trait that will ensure our children’s success over artificial intelligence will be their social skills and how well they relate to other people, both at work as well as personal relationships. Our Conscious discipline policy RRC goes a very long way in ensuring that our students retain the basic intrinsic human values in their interaction with others.

In the words of Maya Angelou “I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”