Principal’s Desk

Brighton International School Principal’s Desk

From the Desk of Principal

Sushmita Sarkar–Principal

“ Today’s Reader can be Tomorrow’s Leader”

Proper and good education is very important for all of us. It facilitates quality learning all through life among people of any age group, caste, creed, religion, and region. It is the process of achieving knowledge, values, skills, beliefs, and moral habits. There is a need to make people from all financial and social backgrounds, aware of the significance of education and the impacts it brings in their lives.

While new school years are often met with groans and complaints, it is our civic duty as parents and human beings, to educate our children, not to mention ourselves. School serves a number of purposes from building confidence to teaching children the importance of teamwork and working with others. The School helps guide youngsters though the establishment of a daily routine, which is of utmost importance as we direct them toward the workplace, and as they become productive members of society.

Brighton International School is an amalgamation of competent teachers, state –of-the-art infrastructure and an experienced and efficient administration. The school came into existence with the vision of creating a safe and supportive environment for its students – to provide a perfect balance of academics, sports, artistic and social opportunities. Childhood, youth, and learning should be a joy and we strive for that.

Brighton International School provides exposure to activities, ideas, and fields of knowledge that you might never encounter otherwise. The discipline of working through a body of knowledge that doesn’t particularly appeal to one’s personal tastes also develops self-discipline and can lead to a sense of self-satisfaction.

Brighton International School introduces you to other points of views, which is necessary to learn tolerance and empathy. We provide children with exposure to diversity in culture and religion apart from education. We provide children with a formal structure that real life learning does not, and that structure helps children to learn self-discipline.