Immediate first aid/medical care is provided to students whenever such contingency arises. Medical check-ups are also done.
The school provides bus facility which are equipped with a Vehicle Tracking System (VTS) and on board cameras. This allows the School to monitor speed and location of the route. This effectively ensures the safety and security of scholars on board.
Each bus is manned by a security guard and care giver who pick and drop children safely from their designated bus stops to school and back. Parents/Guardians are expected to carry the Escort Card at all times during the Pick-up and drop.
The school provides for interactive learning through well interactive learning through well structured, spacious and well ventilated classrooms. The number of students in a class is kept in such a way so as to ensure inter activity and enough space for each individual to feel comfortable to work. Interactive computer aided classrooms especially smart TATA edge classes, empowers teachers to transform the traditional blackboard and chalk method into interactive sessions. The multimedia content enables teachers to explain complex concepts in an interesting and understandable manner. In the Garhwal region, our school is the first where TATA classes are started.
Our science labs are spacious halls that can accommodate 20 to 25 students at a time. The labs at SNM are equipped with first aid kits, safety floors and storage rooms that provide a clean and hygienic ambience to carry out the experiments. These labs are equipped with latest equipments catering to the requirements of +12 students. These labs are a source of experimental learning that concentrate on learning through discovery.
At SNM, computer education starts from primary level. A lot of emphasis is put on so that student's interest is built early. Literacy in computers has become a benchmark for any professional career. We have equipped computer labs with latest computers and software which fulfills the requirements of the students, teachers and curriculum.
1. Dictionaries of Hindi, English, History, Chemistry, Biology, Physics and Sanskrit for each grades.
2. Books of essays, quotation & proverbs, synonyms and antonyms in English & Hindi.
3. Encyclopedia, science experiments, wild life and general knowledge, general awareness of child.
4. Pedagogy, methodology, biographies of great personalities, Recipe Books.
5. India at a glance with the help of books. Current Info related to the country to the country.
6. Reader’s Digests (True Stories about how to sell the replica Rolex submariner)
7. Monthly periodical like reader’s digest, children’s digests, Tinkle, Champak (Hindi & English),
wisdom, the progression teacher, careers 360, India Today, Creative Bulletin.
9. Maps (Indian and World) Charts of the picture, English Language
10. News Papers - Times of India, The Hindu (English), Dainik Jagran, Amar Ujala (Hindi) which keeps us in touch worldwide.
The school provides equitable access to music and all the benefits that can be gained through its learning. By promoting traditional music education, our aim is to foster an appreciation for music to build self-esteem and teach critical social skills. Music education in the school well rounded including both Indian Classical and western music. By the end of a student's school life, they can take pride in the treasure trove of music that they have learned.
"A healthy mind and healthy body go hand in hand". Sports encompass more than just the benefit of physical activity; it increases the self-esteem and mental alertness of every participant. SNM lays great emphasis on sports activities for the complete development of the student's personality.
Indoor activities- Chess carom, etc.
Outdoor activities- Kho-Kho, Volleyball, Cricket, etc.
Students are also taught Drill, Athletics, Kudo, and P.T. The core message being fair play and friendship and the true spirit of sportsmanship is upheld.
Art and Craft zone dedicated to nurturing creative discovery, learning, and sharing through art, education, and artistic development. It is not treated as a subject but a vent to indulge students into fantasy, promote aesthetic expression, exhibit skills, and in the process make it a self-rewarding activity.