This seems to be the driving force when Shri R.N. Singh Memorial High School came to existence. The school was founded in 1963 by Ms Triveni Singh and Sri Ram Narayan Singh, great educationists and visionaries with the noble intention of catering to the middle and lower middle class students. We believe that one of the most important functions of school is to maintain the continuity of social lift by handing down traditions, experiences, values and customs of the society; from one generation to the other. The progress of the society depends upon the transmission of knowledge and skills from one generation to the next. Our school not only transmits the cultural heritage to the rising generation, it also helps to promote culture and civilization. A. Cannon has said, "If each generation had to learn for itself what has been learned by its predecessors, no sort of intellectual or social development would be possible and the present state of society would be little different from the society of the old stone-age." Thus the school performs the important function constantly re-organising and re-structuring human experiences for the promotion of culture and civilization.
Our functions and responsibilities have increased manifold during the recent years. Its function is no longer the transmission of the knowledge of 3 R's As the concept of education has developed and become more comprehensive the school has to assume a more comprehensive role.
- Day School
- School provides transportation
Now, the school aims at the development of the whole personality of the child. Education is now defined as all round development of the personality of the child, physically, intellectually, morally, socially and spiritually. Through its curricular and co-curricular activities, the school caters to the child's social, constructive, artistic and other impulses. Thus, the child not only acquires knowledge, but also develops the requisite habits, skills and attitudes. In this way, the school helps to bring about all round development of the child's personality.
To lead a successful life in the modern society the individuals must acquire social efficiency. In a democratic society, the children must be trained in the democratic ways of life through education and the school programmes are planned accordingly.
Training for effective participation in a democratic society and cultivation of a planned sense of rights and duties is an important function of the school. This is done by the school by having a clear concept of democratic ideals, and then directing the educational programmes accordingly.
John Dewey says, "We send children to school to learn in a systematic way the occupations which constitute living." Brown says that, "The school has a direct responsibility of preparing the individual child for post-school adjustments." A child spends a period of his life in school. After completing his school education, he is generally to adjust himself in the society outside the school to the best of his capability and capacity.
If this adjustment is proper, the school has succeeded in its aims and objectives. So, one of the main functions of our school is to turn out of its portals such young men and young women as.
may adjust themselves properly and usefully and lead successful lives on private, public and professional levels.
No progress of education is complete without the inculcation of higher values of life in the pupils. Moral and religious education which was formerly imparted by the family and the church is now also the responsibility of the school. So along with the social, economic and democratic ideals, the school is also to develop moral sense of the children, so that they may be able to distinguish between right and wrong, virtue and vice, and also act upon the right and moral path of action. Thus, school education tries to develop in the children the moral, spiritual and higher values of life.
- Grades: 1-12
- School Day: 5 Days
- Timing: 07:30 am to 02:00 pm
- Gender: Co-Educational
- Religion: All
- Principal: Mrs.Usha Singh
- Acronym: rns
- Curriculum: CISCE
- Language: Urdu
- Fees: Contact to School website
Extra Curricular Activities
The school attaches great importance to co-curricular Activities. Different kinds of co-curricular activities are performed as Quiz, Creative Writing, Painting, Karate, Dance,Yoga and also Various Outdoor & Indoor Games.Besides these children can join the scout and Bulbul groups.
Unidirectional classroom education stunts the growth of young impressionable minds; we give a fresh lease of air to the growth & development of the leaders of tomorrow"..
Co-Curricular Activities in RNS :
Art : The fearless stroke of the brush Giving wing to their creative urges
Dance : work is worship, devotion is dedication
Music : Reverberate resonate, fill the souls.....in harmonic unison
Karate : dependence is for the weak, self dependence is the virtue of the strong
Physical Education : A strong body nurtures a strong mind
P.G. : Preparing the “gentlemen “and “little women” of today for the able men and women of tomorrow.
Basketball : Leap to touch the skies, leap to kiss the air.
Quiz : The sparks fly; the brains collide, they decide; the Dereks of tomorrow