Message from Chairman...

Our motto ‘Ensuring that learning is a celebration’ is at the heart of everything we do at the school. We celebrate the fact that each student is different, as a person and as a learner and therefore we aim at catering to the individual learning needs of each child, particularly of those who need special help.
We aim not just to impart knowledge to the students, but also to inculcate in them - wisdom, compassion and a humanitarian spirit by providing an environment where their 360° development is the focus.
I strongly agree with Nelson Mandela as he defines Education as the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world, and this educational foundation of ours, is a small endeavor towards bringing a positive change in this world.
I do believe that education is a collaborative effort that involves professional administrators/management, committed teachers, responsive Parents and motivated students where Students must be the centre of all efforts. We strive to bring together all these four stakeholders in a manner that we can ensure delivering our best to our children.

- Dr. Bhartesh Shah
Jain Education Trust

Message from Principal...

Education for me is an enlightening experience and we at RES aspire to enlighten the lives of our students by enlightening their minds.
The present day child deals with a highly dynamic and competitive world and he/she has immense potential and caliber to make the most of the millions of opportunities that lie in front of him/her every single day along with overcoming the challenges that lie on the path ahead. Hence, we strongly believe that our role as school/educators is not that of teachers but facilitators and catalysts for their learning needs and skill development.
We aim at expanding their horizons of learning and gifting them radiance & uniqueness and grooming them to be responsible citizens of the nation. The Management, mentors and I, envision that children take charge of their learning- so that it turns to be a celebration.
To Parents, all I have to tell is that, Primary Education are the formative years for developing a child’s cognitive, physical, social, emotional and cultural skills in which along with the school, parents’ involvement is an imperative need.
To Students, I must convey that, the more you make out of the time and opportunities you receive as a student, the better your future will be. And remember the words of Brain Herbet- “The capacity to learn is a gift, the ability to learn, the willingness to learn is a choice.”
All the best!

- Shivani Acharya
Radhika Educare School

Our Vision

"Gifting cognitive citizens to the nation."

Our Mission

"Ensuring that learning is a celebration."

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