Cnd Schools

We at CND Schools believe that our students become responsible and active citizens through reflective inquiry and social action.

Social responsibility in CND Schools Primary and Middle Schools heightens students' sensitively towards society. Students are trained as researchers and entrepreneurs in pertinent areas of social responsibility by being sensitive and ethical towards class and level-based cultural, social, economic, and environmental challenges and needs.

With social responsibility projects, we develop students' awareness and positive personality traits such as empathy, sacrifice, philanthropy, life philosophy, belonging to a group, and social values.

Moreover, our High School has been actively applying the responsible citizen approach through preparing students for their civic roles, developing their ability to form thoughtful opinions and acting on matters of public interest and common good.

Projects that engage students in acting on their beliefs take many forms. Service projects involve students in volunteer activities, both for established community groups, and individuals.  For example, our students may volunteer their time for a community service organization such as an animal shelter.

In social action projects, students typically work cooperatively with other class members on initiatives they help to identify, plan and direct. A social action project prepares our students to identify, plan and carry out solutions to problems within their school, community and beyond. The goal is: active citizenship through thoughtful, cooperative, critically engaging, and responsible action.

Among our Social Responsibility Projects in this context are;

  • Seven Towers Animal Shelter - Food Aid
  • Let's Dress Up Help to Dress up- Winter outfit help
  • Let's Play Help to Play - Toy sharing
  • We care and share – Distance Education support for the children of Health Workers


http://wecareandshare.org/

We at CND Schools deeply believe that our students become responsible citizens through reflective inquiry and learn how to be active citizens through social action.

CND High Schools has been actively applying the responsible citizen approach through which students are prepared for their civic role by developing their ability to form thoughtful opinions and act on matters of public interest and common good.

We agree that reflective thinking about public matters is important but not enough; students should learn to act on their beliefs. Our students are educated in the spirit to identify, plan and carry out responsible community actions.

“Ever Onward – Semper Prorsum”