The primary goal of the Learning Labs at SRCS is to mainstream learning as early as possible. Our ceaseless work towards inculcating excellence is complemented by the belief that each child’s needs and abilities are different.
The library is a spring of open minds. SRCS is a dynamic store house of knowledge equipped with books, magazines and CDs covering a wide range of subjects across 20,000 book titles. The books, magazines and CD/DVDs are bar coded. Hence, the teachers and students can view and search for any book online using keywords or the author's name. The library's mandate is to foster independent, life-long learning through collaboration, providing information and learning resources, instructions and technology.
The lab serves the purpose of building on what they have learned which will add a new level of sophistication to their science projects. In addition to describing data quantitatively, kids begin to use their observations to formulate scientific arguments and engage in scientific debate. For M2 and beyond stem lab projects involve kids going beyond testing a hypothesis - young scientists are encouraged to use their results to make predictions about what might happen when the experiment is expanded to test new variables. Kit selection of robotics or science project ideas are carefully conceptualized with children in mind, giving them the adequate tools with safety and effectively learn about the world around them by pursuing the answers to their questions in a methodical scientific manner.
WEB ENABLED CAMPUS, FUTURE ALIGNED LEARNING
At SRCS, state-of-the-art computers have been installed with LCD monitors in all five of our computer labs, library and administration blocks. The computers are networked with Gigabit Ethernet and powered by five servers. The network is supported by uninterrupted power supply. All buildings are connected with Wi-Fi. The multimedia rooms with an overhead projector, television and DVD players conduct audio visual classes.