The Senior Programme bears witness to the coming of age of young adults, with insecurities and issues related to the teenage years. Accordingly, the ambience at the Senior Programme is unfettered and constantly buzzing with the energy and creative drive of the learners.
Simultaneously, there is a conscious effort towards creating a wider awareness of the world and providing space for the development of the aesthetic, moral, ethical and emotional dimensions. Towards this end, song, dance, theatre, mime, art, colour, taste and touch, all form an integral part of the learning process. During this phase, the young adults also experience a transformative process -- physical, emotional and psychological. Understanding of self becomes critical. Liberal exchange of ideas, especially on subjects considered ‘taboo’, generally by the society is encouraged by teachers and experts. The practice of Silence Time which ends the day is one tool that helps to focus on the self. To further strengthen relationships and understanding, the tradition of Samvaad, the platform for dialogue and enquiry, provides an opportunity to the various stakeholders -- students, parents and teachers -- to engage in insightful dialogues at the intellectual, emotional, psychological and spiritual levels. At the conclusion of the school years, the Heritage students enter the world of adults with absolute confidence and great will to excel.
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