Education is a participative and collaborative activity. We, at M.M.P.S follow the motto Learn, Love, Labour. “Learn” stands for the efforts of teachers to find out and polish the learning abilities of the students. “Love” promotes the benevolent outlook of students and teachers to Nature and all fellow beings. “Labour” symbolizes the hard work and diligence to leave no stone unturned to produce efficient and effective learning in a conducive environment. Inculcation of this mission not only enhances the personality but also prepares each student to become an enlightened, responsible, and technologically savvy. With the correct blend of co-curricular activities and academics good values are fostered through love and compassion.
The school aims at continuous commitment and development for the improvement of the child. It also ensures that each and every initiative is taken to develop the holistic growth of the student. The mission of the curriculum of the school is to inspire the students to be innovative, creative and confident. Flexibility of curriculum helps the teacher to begin with the childâ€™s area of strength and learning is made fun for the tiny tots in this techno savvy world as knowledge in handling computers and activities in the audio-visual room is easily accessible which gives them an edge over others in this technical world.
Our school system is strictly based upon the word "Childcare" which means to derive the best out of child with proper care and not blindly stuff in. M.M.P.S has incorporated and implemented an aim to develop a child to a highly skilful, productive, creative, liberal and a proud citizen of tomorrow without letting them lose touch with their rich culture tradition and heritage. The vision of the school is to transform a tiny sapling to a fully blossomed tree by recognizing their talents, interest and consequently helping them in making a choice of a career. The school's vision not only emphasizes on total learning experiences guided by the facilitator for the all round development of the child but also encourages for co-operative, comprehensive learning styles, for better academic competence and growth.