Mrs Neela Murthy Chairperson
Importance of "Guru Shisya Parampara"

From the Chair person of the School
Imagination of the feeling of the mind becomes expression when exhibited as a piece of art, drawing, writing a poem, singing, dancing or writing. This imagination happens even in physically handicapped people. A person who recognises this expression or the latent talent in a child is a real teacher.

Then the teacher encourages, nurtures and creates the thirst for knowledge in a student. This thirst can be evoked in any field like music, dance, art, sports or science. Then the students seeks the teachers who enlightens in that field till he reaches the goal. This is a challenge for both teacher and student. This relationship is called "Guru-Shishya-Parmapara" and the student reflects the teacher like an image in a mirror and the student identifies himself or belonging to that "gotra" or that school of thought - KENSRI

Mr. Srish Kumar President
Inspiring students to reach new levels of excellence

Welcome letter from the President / Founder of the School
Since 1998, KENSRI School has developed holistic education to inspire each student to reach new levels of excellence. Central to our efforts to build an intellectual community is the deliberate, intense and committed efforts of our teaching faculty intensely devoted to the success of their students.

The faculty includes teachers, coaches, advisors, mentors and friends. There is great beauty in the small gestures of daily life on the school campus : A Teacher taking the time to know as much as possible to create a rapport, a coach staying after practice to repeat a drill, a congratulatory hug etc.We are a school community of high expectations - aiming for excellence in academics, sport, art and life skills. We hope that you will visit us at KENSRI School. Our administrative staff looks forward to showing you our school.

Mrs. Rohini Krishnan Director
Aiming at Child-Centered education

Letter from the Director of the School
KENSRI School is a school of families. The staff are trained to be second parents. The parents and staff support each other for the common good of the child. We are child centered as we have all come together for them.

Mrs. Renu Elizabeth Benny Principal
Aiming at deliberate, sustained and consistent system

From the Principal's desk
Deliberate, sustained and consistent : KENSRI school system unlike conventional system is consistent and deliberate. Retention, better understanding and higher skill levels cannot be reached by conventional methods. Exams and competitions are tools used to know these levels so that the processes can be refined for a better result.

Standards : Every aspect of the curriculum has developed standards of excellence. This curriculum is calibrated so that the students reach pre-determined levels at each grade. Parents are urged to know these standards so that the weekly work, remedial and summer programs are used to keep their children at these levels. Retention : Retention of knowledge is best accomplished by effective teaching, showing examples, and helping the students actually experience the concept and finally by teaching. Again the best way to learn is to teach their classmates as they would have to provide examples and answer while making effective presentations. Mentoring also makes that retention and understanding of concepts is complete.
Accelerated programs : The school has embarked on a sensitive, delicate and challenging concept of accelerated learning process. While providing the below average students more intensive and better ways of learning, the above average have to be challenged to keep them interested through mentoring and accelerated programs. This is being achieved for each aspect and each subject in the curriculum

SCHOOL TIMINGS FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
Monday to Friday:
Sankalp (Gurglers) - 8.00 a.m to 4.30 p.m
Pre-Primary - 9.20 a.m. - 1.10 p.m.
Class I and Class II - 9.20 a.m - 2.50 p.m.
Class III - 8.00 a.m. - 1.15 p.m.
Class IV to Class XII - 8.00 a.m. - 2.50 p.m.
Saturdays - IX to XII, PU I & II - 8.00 a.m. - 12.30 p.m.
PRE- PRIMARY up to CLASS VIII all Saturdays are holidays.
Snacks break - 10.10 a.m. - 10.20 a.m.
Lunch break - 12.20 p.m. - 12.45 p.m.

KENSRI emphasizes quality family time. Saturdays should be utilized for completion of school RAP and Sundays should be family time. This helps create a healthy bonding between all members of the family and children learn to respect values.

It also helps partnering KENSRI in bringing up a socially responsible and confident child.