Listening is often the only thing needed to help someone.” At DUNES ACADEMY, we believe in helping our students in every possible way; emotional support is one of them. A very sensitive issue, we make it a point to assist the students with every kind of dilemma they face, be it a personal problem or a class issue.
It has been observed that often poor academic results and sudden behavioral changes in students lead to low self-esteem and a pessimistic attitude towards friends, teachers and sometimes to himself/herself as well. Irregular attendance, depression and substandard performance in class are some of the symptoms. In these kind of situations, we at DUNES ACADEMY strive harder to aid the learners to come out from their problem and succeed once again.
The Academic Phase Program includes “Chota Bheem” a friendly individuality who always make sure that there is somebody for the children to whom they can talk to. The children can not only talk to this special friend, but also write letters to him and send it to Bheem exclusive postage box, and hug and coddle him also. Another interesting initiative by the Dunes Academy is the EQ (Emotional Intelligence) Program for the children. This activity engages the children in various situations, thus giving them an opportunity to learn from necessary life skills and resources. The children learn valuable things while enjoying themselves.
Often children miss the presence of their parents in the campus and hence the school takes the essential steps to create a homely ambiance in the institute. The emotional and parental support is created by the teachers who maintains a warm, friendly and loving relation with every student. The mutual understanding and respect is well-preserved among the teachers and students. The House Parent and the counselor are available all the time to cater to the needs of the children and also assist them in every possible way.
Besides emphasizing on education and academic built-up, we at Dunes Academy ensure that children are contented and cheerful in school and also well-taken care of. The tutor system is oriented towards the children, in which every teacher is assigned 10-15 students, so that they can tend to the children’s needs. The teachers play a crucial role of a parent tutor.