“The maple tree is prized for its cool summer shade, its beautiful wood grain, its red fall foliage, and its delightful sap. It can weather many a storm by sending its roots deep. The maple spends its days absorbing nutrients from the earth and the sun, and drinking moisture from nature’s bounty. The cold winter nights are essential for the tree to be able to produce its sweet syrup in the spring. But the cold winter bight doesn’t hurt the maple because it has stored nutrients in its trunk.”
MAPLE TREE SCHOOL strives to prepare every child for life, just like the maple tree, blossoming into its full beautiful potential yet firmly grounded.
A core value is a central belief clearly understood and shared by every member of the school community. We believe in Commitment, Integrity, Responsibility, Respect and Opportunity.
By Commitment we mean that everyone
By Integrity we mean that everyone
By Responsibility we mean that everyone
By Respect we mean that everyone
By Opportunity we mean that everyone
Maple Tree School will focus on English and Math Literacy by aiming for an average class performance of 70% in all classes by 2020.
Maple Tree is committed to being a positive contributing member in the community and will actively promote towards saving our planet. The school will aim to be declared as Green School by the year 2020. This would include taking active initiative and steps towards:
All staff and students will work together collectively to achieve its mission.
The Principal will identify lead persons to head different areas who will document and keep track on daily, weekly, monthly and annual steps taken towards achieving its mission goals.
Over 24,000 sq. mtrs. of school campus area
1982 sq. mtrs. (and counting) of built-up area
10,000 sq. mtrs. of playground area
The Maple Tree is a School that has been set up with a definitive purpose of preparing the child of tomorrow a little differently from the child of yesterday. It aims to make a fundamental shift in the way we think about how to teach children. This shift moves from a ‘one size fits all’ approach, to one that appreciates and caters to the needs and uniqueness of every individual child in order to unlock their potential.
The School has grown from only 49 children in 2011 to 450 in 2015. If we are to zero in on one single factor for this success, it would be that we focus on the process of learning and growth, rather than on results…