Education for Social Responsibility (ESR) is a values-driven framework for school development in the taught curriculum, co-curriculuar activity and resource management. Member schools will embrace the 6 elements of ESR: Well-being, Rights, Responsibilities, Intelligent Behaviours, Knowledge and Opportunities. As a result students will become more effective and compassionate individuals, prepared for the challenges of leadership and responsibility beyond their time at school. The ESR framework underpins school development, leading towards more interdependent and sustainable communities.
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Objectives of having Social Responsibility programme in PSA Haldwani.
The more a student goes forward in his studies, the more he will understand which learning process suits him best. Some students find out that they assimilate their lessons better thanks to reading while others prefer to work in groups and talk.
Responsibility to clean and store. Becoming responsible means honoring your commitments. To prepare the future that you have imagined and to respect all the things that your parents have done to allow you to succeed you must give everything you could to be graduated
A big part of the life of a student is the interaction with others, whether by working together on a group project, playing sports or in other extracurricular activities. The behaviour towards others is another important element of a student social responsibility, as it has a big impact on the community one is interacting with.
In addition to being a responsible person towards the others and towards his or herself, students can look after their behaviour in the community they live in. By “community”, we mean “a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common”