G.B.Public School is the latest educational venture from the Adhiparasakthi Charitable Medical Educational and Cultural Trust, Melmaruvathur. Our Founder-President “Arulthiru AMMA”, our vice president, Thirumathi Lakshmi Bangaru Adigalar and our Correspondent, Mrs. Sridevi Ramesh, who have been working in the field of education for many years, direct and guide us in offering quality education to the words of professionals and general public in and around Melmaruvathur.Our School established on 2nd June 2010.
At the Pre-primary, GB Public School, Melmaruvathur has successfully implemented the “Happy Tots” curriculum from Aurro Educational Services, Chennai. This is a stepping stone for our little sharp minds and prepares them adequately for CBSE syllabus.
For 2012-13, our Correspondent has decided to introduce the curriculum from Creative Education.
Our Correspondent has also decided to implement a special, “WRITE BETTER TO LEARN BETTER”- A Handwriting programme that seeks to improve the writing skills of our young learners as ultimately, writing well decides the Marks in the Board exams.
For classes VI to X, the NCERT directed – CBSE syllabus is implemented. We collaborate with Vivekananda Education Society for training our faculty and for examination purposes.
The emphasis is to make written work more creative and concentrate on the physical, mental & emotional growth of children to make them self reliant. This also develops their cognitive skills.
Education in our school is a combination of participation and interaction which makes learning meaningful and enjoyable. Home assignments are not a carryover of class work but oriented towards honing individual talents.
Growing at a commendable pace, the School commenced the Senior Secondary session in June, 2017.
A team of highly qualified and efficient teachers lead the Senior Secondary students to realize their academic and career goals.
The School offers courses under the CBSE syllabus from classes LKG to XII. At GBPS, we are proud to offer a wide range of options both in the Science, Commerce and Arts & Humanities streams.