Principal’s Message

Me

It has been an honor to be a part of the St. John Vianney Tanda School community both as an educator and a parent. it is a place where students succeed at high levels and where families are involved. It is a beautiful school tucked away in a quiet scenic corner of Tanda. It provides a perfect setting for children to grow and bloom. Thank you for sharing your children; they are truly a gift to us.
As principal, it is important for me that my staff, parents and students become partners in this journey that we have embarked upon. It is essential that all of us come to school every day happy and ready give it our best. A positive attitude will enable us to become problem solvers in a fun nurturing environment.

We encourage our students to discover and express their talents to the fullest. We are driven by the belief that every child is important and the students should be at the heart of every educational endeavour to reach the pinnacle of success.

The management, Parents, Teaching fraternity and the students are a team and complement each other’s efforts. Education is not just a process of giving knowledge for a high profiled job but a lifelong process, which creates an understanding of moral and ethical values to guide and make our students morally upright citizens of the country.

We try to create an atmosphere of reverence for education in a highly disciplined and a healthy environment where academics, sports and co-curricular facilities shape our students and motivate them to be the brightest and the best. In order to do this, the school works towards inculcating certain values in the students in order to enrich their mind and spirit and also to develop essential moral attributes like truthfulness, courtesy, generosity, compassion, justice, love and trustworthiness in them. The students are taught to study in an atmosphere of love, unity and discipline where each student sees himself or herself as a member of one family, free from the prejudices of ethnicity, nationality, class and religion.

A plant will produce better fruit only if the gardener carefully nurtures it. Keeping that in mind children should be given good training from their early years.

This is what we at St. john vianney school are striving to do. Our role is identical to that of a gardener and we strive to perform this role to the best of our ability by nurturing these seeds (kids) at school so that they bear the best fruits in the years to come.