Testimonials

Testimonials

The first Cambridge School came into existence on April 7, 1931. Under the able and erudite guidance and selfless devotion of the founder, Late Mr. A. C. Deb, the school flourished and took the shape of a full-fledged high school, affiliated to the Examination Syndicate of the University of Cambridge.

Testimonials

The first Cambridge School came into existence on April 7, 1931. Under the able and erudite guidance and selfless devotion of the founder, Late Mr. A. C. Deb, the school flourished and took the shape of a full-fledged high school, affiliated to the Examination Syndicate of the University of Cambridge.

Students

For many youngsters, school and life in general present an endless list of demands and challenges. From trauma and learning disabilities to bullying and course selection, life can be difficult for students.

Hello. I am a proud alumni of this esteemed and renowned school – Cambridge School New Friends Colony that made a huge difference in my life as it laid a strong foundation for my success.

My teachers taught me the life values that shaped me to be the individual I am today. I am grateful to my school for giving me memories to cherish them for a lifetime. varied sports activities, public speaking opportunities, exposure to music, dance and art forms have generated my interest in these extra curricular activities.

Post class V, I graduated to Cambridge School Srinivaspuri and completed my schooling from there. The transition from primary school to senior school was very smooth. My father, younger sister, myself and now my son are proud members of the Cambridge family.

Daakshi Bhide ,
Alumni, Batch of 2005

For many youngsters, school and life in general present an endless list of demands and challenges. From trauma and learning disabilities to bullying and course selection, life can be difficult for students.

I have many beautiful memories of my school. My most memorable memory is of playing football. During a particular match I was playing as a goalkeeper. I saved five goals for my team. We won that match.

I like many things about my school such as my teachers, friends, the huge playground and the class.

Next year I will be going to senior school. I really wish we had a huge playground there as well.. I would love to play many more football matches on that ground.

Aarya Dash
Class V, Batch of 21-22

For many youngsters, school and life in general present an endless list of demands and challenges. From trauma and learning disabilities to bullying and course selection, life can be difficult for students.

One of my earliest and most fun memories of Junior School is from nursery. I distinctly remember that in the summer we used to have a kitty pool in which we used to swim. We also had a bouncy castle. I remember going to bigger classes and envying nursery and prep kids for having a lot of fun. I also used to enjoy one event in particular (it is for class 1 and above the plant quiz). I have a quirky memory about the plant quiz, I was chosen every year. I was walking around with my friends and my class 2 teacher was taking her class for a nature walk. She couldn’t identify the flower. After I told her the name of the plant my friends and I had a great laugh.

Of the things that set the school apart (in my eyes) is the teachers. They are kind, considerate and amazing. I also loved the school food. As I couldn’t get home food. I ate the school’s mid-day meal. I am pretty sure that we got ice-cream in the summers. I also loved the extra activities. Thanks to the lockdown we couldn’t play. Tennis was my favorite. Though as a kid I couldn’t lift the rackets. I think that the concept of time was amazing. I really can’t think of anything to criticize.

My Junior School has set great standards for my convention to Senior School. One thing I am sure about is that the homework will be great. I have no idea about how Senior School will be. My expectations are high. Good teachers, more extracurricular activities, good staff, friendly people and the list goes on and on. In short my expectations are high but I have a bad feeling about it. It will be hard leaving this school but I hope that I’ll be right at home.

Innaya
Class V, Batch of 21-22

Parents

For many youngsters, school and life in general present an endless list of demands and challenges. From trauma and learning disabilities to bullying and course selection, life can be difficult for students.

Dear All,

I take this opportunity to thank each of you in helping us nurture our children beyond just books. Teaching is an art and managing kids is a skill which combined together is what I found in the teachers of this school. The assemblies held by the school are always informative yet fun to watch. It’s amazing to see how you all coordinate to put up the show only to make these kids happy.

I’m a working mother constantly trying to balance it all, however, nothing would have been possible without the teachers at Cambridge, today or yesterday. They have always been approachable and accommodative and I really appreciate that.

We agree that a child imbibes values from the family but there are a lot of them which are undeniably imbibed from the school. It’s not only academics, teachers at Cambridge also helped my kids with such values, manners and etiquettes.

It is wonderful to see how the teachers at Cambridge encourage the students to do better (irrespective of the subject) which as a result instill confidence in them. I thought the teachers would be tired by now, listening to my son’s impromptu stories on airplanes. But I was wrong. That has motivated him to learn more about the subject of his interest.

I’m hoping that my children and I will create more memories at Cambridge because memories of primary school usually remain in our minds forever.

Once again, thank you for being there. Proud to be a part of the Cambridge family.

Suhrita Majumdaar, Parent of Abhitosh,
Class IV & Surabhi , Class II, April 2023
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