• Little Flower School, Churu

    Education is a privileged means to serve humanity through Human resource development the development of the whole person. With this end in view the fathers of Little Flower Congregation has decided to set up a network of educational Institutions all over the country. Our institutions draw its inspiration from Jesus, the greatest ‘teacher’ of all times.

    Little Flower English Medium School is a new venture undertaken by the Little Flower Educational Society, Bikaner, which runs several well known schools in Rajasthan. Other institutions the society runs in Rajasthan are Bikaner Boys School, Bikaner, Sacred Heart Convent School, Sri Ganganagar, St.Mary’s Sr. Sec School, Sikar, Sacred Heart Convent School, Suratgarh, St.Paul’s Convent School, Jaisalmer, Little Flower Convent School, Hanumangarh, Igmenz Industrial Training Centre, Ajmer, Little Flower Convent School, Jhunjhunu and Little Flower Convent School, Nokha.

    The school aims at integral development through assimilation o f different cultures and values and by training of the student’s intellectual, emotional and physical powers. The present a synthesis of tradition and modernity and provide a harmonious blend of western scientific knowledge and sound grounding of Indian culture and heritage.

    The school aims at academic excellence, emphasis on character building and discipline, cultivation of dignity of labour, sense of patriotism, Social justice and duty consciousness. We try to develop national and scientific outlook on life and thirst for knowledge and prepare our students to serve the nation, society and humanity with dedication, sacrifice and distinction.

    Our academic planning and programs are designed keeping in view the new education policy. The syllabus and books prescribed are the ones, recommended by the N.C.E.R.T and education board C.B.S.E. New Delhi. The Medium of Institution is English but Hindi as the national language and Sanskrit are also taught. It is a Minority community school run by Christians enjoying all the rights and privileges enshrined in articles 29 and 30 of the Indian constitution.