Placing the child at both the forefront and epicentre of all activity, whether art-based, sensory, sporting or practical, at a pace that is his or her own.
To give the children freedom and space to appreciate the infinite potential of their hands, eyes and ears, the foundation of forms, the magic of material, the excitement of engagement and the direction of discovery.
Let them try; let them fly
Behind these gates lies St. Helena’s School, one of the premier education establishments in Pune, a city which is the hub of education in India often refered to as the Oxford of the East.
St. Helena’s School is a private, unaided Anglo-Indian Christian Minority Girls’ School standing on a pristine campus of beautiful red brick building artistically adorned by cream coloured cornices as illustrated in the following photographs. The school is affiliated to the Council of the Indian School Certificate Examination (ICSE). The school is a haven for both day scholars and boarders(Hostelites) from various cultures, religion and social levels.
At the moment about 3000 girls from multifarious backgrounds and various communities form a prestigious family of St. Helena’s.
Campus area and Location:
The beautiful campus is spread over 2 acres with its magnificent buildings, centrally located in the heart of the town close by to the road and rail links, elite commercial shopping area, the cantonment and is situated on a street named after it’s founder Susie Sorabji and the school bears the name of the donor Helen Gold.