The Aarth Universal School will be a first of its kind international school in the inspirational setting of Surat. AARTH is a coeducational day school. We will employ a well-recognized international curriculum supplemented with other academic programs to serve the educational needs of children from Nursery to Grade 12. Our campus at Malgama will have highly motivated teachers as well as the infrastructure to deliver an outstanding curriculum as well as co-curricular and extracurricular activities. AARTH will start in 2021.

At AARTH, we will empower students to ask insightful questions, push boundaries and confront conventional ways of thinking. Learning at Aarth Universal School happens when students internalize their knowledge and externalize their experience. Effective and appropriate integration of technology in learning makes it possible for students to reflect, create, communicate and collaborate.

The overarching purpose of education in our school is to provide students with a set of critical skills that will be needed for success in a global market. The purpose of assessment is to make improvements to the current method of teaching for teachers, and learning for students, to derive better results. The assessments can take any form, be it formal tests or performance-based activities. However, what they have in common is that they all measure learners’ performance relative to previously defined goals, which are usually stated as learning objectives or outcomes.

Our teaching will be multidisciplinary, and we will not make hard distinctions between the sciences and the arts and the humanities, or between co-curricular and extracurricular activities. We aim to teach creativity and critical thinking, skills that are needed in today’s world, rather than the rote acquisition of knowledge. Our school’s positive learning environment provides social capacity to students, equipping them with social and relationship skills and attitudes to succeed at school and throughout their lives. These can be nurtured to help people discover the very best of themselves, which enables them to be good citizens and prepare them for the life of work. It provides them with the self-esteem and confidence to explore and develop their full potential.


We are very young but we did a great job. In spite of being so small, I was able to teach the elders and I did a great job. This helped me realise my potential. Seeing my parents as participants gave me confidence. If we ever make a mistake, we actually learn something from our mistakes.

Student- Dhanvi Maisuria, Grade 2nd

Thank you for conducting this event – Pratibimb. It brought back memories from our learning days. The activities done by the students were very engaging and we enjoyed it a lot.

Parent of Pearl Doshi, Grade 5th

Until the child doesn’t understand one topic, the teacher doesn’t jump to the next topic. The behaviour of the school teachers is very good. They don’t force children to learn.

Parent of Tehfeez Makani, Grade

My kid is learning all the aspects very nicely and he eagerly waits for his class every day and I’m also very satisfied with the teaching methods and ideas. Thank you Aarth team.

Parent of Ved, Grade

We felt the difference in our child after putting her into “Aarth Universal School”. My daughter will be a good thinker and a good human being.

Parent of Ural, Grade 3rd

The best thing is the kid is enjoying online classes

Parent of Dhanvi, Grade 2nd

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“The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives." - Tony Robbins
Integrating with the homeroom unit “The way people communicate”, the Grade 3-4 learners tuned into the unit in the Spanish class by watching a video on ‘communication’. The students reflected that how one communicates, defines your personality.
Different languages give us the opportunity to communicate in different ways. We learnt the formal and informal way of communication in Spanish class. We enhanced our communication skills by learning different ways of expression.
We had fun learning by making images related to the different emotions. We enjoyed the "Creating Faces Game," in which we used pictures of faces to convey our feelings silently. The learning was enjoyable and fun by speculating on facial expressions and feelings. We made an effort to express the varied feelings we were experiencing and also communicated the reasons behind them.
This unit also helped us explore one of the Spanish-speaking countries, Peru. We inquired into Peru's cultural heritage and the impact of Spanish colonization on different parts of the world. We developed an understanding of different historical events as well. We expressed our thoughts and ideas regarding preserving cultural heritage, developing sensitivity and cultural awareness.
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Celebrating yet another milestone in our PYP journey - The Passion Project Exhibition - Mentor Orientation!!!

We conducted our very first mentor orientation where we discussed the various elements related to the Passion Project; beginning with what it is, why we do it, how to go about it, etc.

Using the KWL Chart on Padlet, participants started by thinking about what they know about the Passion Project, followed by what they wanted to know, and then in the end updated what they learnt.

Parents, as well as teacher mentors, joined the session and will now be facilitating the inquiry journey of the students who, after a lot of thought and exploration, have finally narrowed down the topics of their choice. They are passionate about varied topics like Deforestation, Scarcity of water, Endangered animals, Hazards of smoking, Pollution, Rescuing dogs, Access to resources for villagers and Racism.

Sit back and look out for more updates!!! This is just the beginning...
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होमरूम के साथ integration करते हुए हमने हमारी अलग - अलग संस्कृति अलग - अलग त्यौहार कैसे मनाते है उस के बारे में जानकारी ली। हमने मकर संक्रांति (उत्तरायन), लोहडी और पोंगल कब मनाते है, क्यूँ मनाते है, कैसे मनाते है और कौन कौन से राज्य में मनाते हैं उस बारे में कहानी सुनी, वीडियो और चित्रों के माध्यम से जानकारी प्राप्त की। हमने उस त्यौहारों के बारे में समूह में चर्चा कर अपने विचार प्रस्तुत किए। हमने चर्चा कर ये जाना की हम ये त्यौहारों फसलों की कताई होने की खुशी पर मनाते है।

हमने राष्ट्रीय त्यौहार २६ जनवरी (गणतंत्र दिवस) के बारे में जानकारी साझा की। हमने २६ जनवरी का महत्व जाना। हमने अपने स्कूल में २६ जनवरी का उत्सव मनाया तब हमने अपने अलग - अलग संस्कृतिओ को प्रस्तुत करने में गर्व अनुभव किया।

हमने पारंपरिक त्यौहारों की भी जानकारी ली जैसे की होली और दिवाली। उन त्यौहारों की कहानी हमने सुनी, वो त्यौहार कैसे मनाते है उसके सम्बंधित कपडे, खाना आदि को कक्षा में बच्चों द्वारा कहानी सुना कर और चित्र बना कर explore किया।

हमने गुजराती rhymes - "પપ્પા પતંગ લાવે છે..." सीखा। व्याकरण के हिस्से के रूप में, हमने चित्रों और अक्षरों के ट्रेसिंग के माध्यम से वर्णमाला के क्लस्टर अक्षर 'ગ और ય' का उपयोग किया और नए शब्द बोलना सीखा जैसे की ગાજર, ગજ, ગાય, યતિ, યશ, યજ્ઞ आदि।

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‘Art like life, should be free, since both are experimental’- George Santayana

Avant-Garde - The Annual Art Exhibition featured the artworks of young artists from Nursery to Grade 5-6, who showcased the Power of mediums in Visual Arts.
Avant-Garde is a French word that means ‘Advance Guard - the part of an army that goes forward ahead of the rest’. Mediums = Metaphor was the theme on which the art exhibition was curated this year. The works of the students in the exhibition portrayed the abstract narration of an individual's interests and beliefs.
The event began with an Art Talk - ‘What is Visual Arts?’, hosted by our Visual Arts Specialist Mr. Nasit Herish. The talk helped parents and teachers to construct different perspectives towards Visual Arts. The exhibition was then ready for view at the Square yard after the inauguration by our Grade 5-6 learners.

Students have been learning various skills of visual arts by exploring mediums, materials, approaches and methods. Display of the exhibition had different mediums in paintings like watercolours, oil pestle, sketch pen, pencil sketch and oil painting. Exploring the mediums our learners displayed lines, patterns, designs, mandala art and rangoli in their art works.The students of Grade 5-6 displayed installation art on global issues like plastic and water pollution. Another work displayed by them showcased the Postmodern approach in technology wherein the learners explored an algorithm based website ‘AI’(Artificial Intelligence) through the softwares ‘DALL-E’ and ‘Adobe Express'. Using these tools, learners integrated Power to create a ‘Digital Art’ as a reflection of their learnings.

Students took a tour along with their parents and explained their artworks. One of the most noticeable moments of the exhibition was the time of sharing feedback using colours as a medium. It was a great sight to see parents and students collaboratively jotting down their emotion and reflecting through the colours. They thoroughly enjoyed the process of using the mediums to express their thoughts and feelings about the exhibition.
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यत्र नार्यस्तु पूज्यन्ते रमन्ते तत्र देवताः ।


It means ‘Where women are worshipped or treated beautifully, there lives the Gods.

Here at Aarth, we not only understand this concept but also follow it. Our organization's philosophy, ideology, and approach are based on this notion. Every single woman connected to this organisation is respected in every manner. To honour the women of Aarth, the male members planned a surprise for the female staff members on March 7th as an effort to demonstrate the significance of ‘her’s.

All our special guests for the day were welcomed to the specially decorated room with flower showers. The happiness on their faces was a sight to behold when they watched a slideshow with fun and cute pictures of each one of them, in different settings. The ladies were kept engaged at three different stations - Mehendi Design, Nail Art and Instant Photos. All were excited to try out at each station. The Instant Photos was a huge hit. Not to forget the ‘Basket Chaat’ for some ‘pet pooja’, which was relished by all.
As customary at Aarth, the celebration ended with cake cutting, dancing and singing, along with selfies and photos.

This day was an opportunity for the male members to acknowledge, appreciate and show our love and respect to the women of Aarth. We’ll try to continue his behaviour not just on Women's Day, but every day of the year. Happy Women's Day!
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“Culture does not make people. People make culture.”— Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Junior kg and Senior kg students tuned into their new unit CULTURE under the TD Theme How We Express Ourselves wherein they identified that the Power of Culture is Unity in Diversity. We collaborated with Grade 1-2s where they were inquiring into the Unit of Celebration.
Parents and teachers actively participated in exhibiting different cultures from various parts of the world during the Culture Fair at Aarth. The different stations included cultures of Punjab, West Bengal, Kashmir, Assam, and Tamil Nadu as well as Arabic, British, Egypt, Japan and Tribal Culture . While exploring different cultures as well as their family values, students shared their prior knowledge about different celebrations and festivals. They enhanced their social skills while exploring the stations together and interacting with others. Later, they shared the similarities and differences between the cultures through a Venn diagram. Students also discovered the elements of culture which proved to be a fun and engaging activity. They also experienced our Grade 1-2s’ “Kwanzaa Party”, which is celebrated in Africa where they got to play different games and enjoyed the food as well as the dance performance. The Junior-Senior KG students gained knowledge about various symbols of the festival like kwanzaa (candle holder), mkeka (mat), zawadi (gifts), etc. The enthusiastic learners took this opportunity to share their understanding of various cultures with their 1-2s peers.
Exploring our varied cultures, students got an opportunity to acknowledge and appreciate our diversity.
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