Saraswathi Vidyalaya Nursery and Primary school is a TN Government recognised Co-educational primary school founded in the year 1997 and is private and unaided school, it admits pupils without any distinction of case and creed in classes from Pre-Nursery to Std.V. The medium of instruction is English and Tamil is a compulsory subject as second language along with Hindi as Third language. We also adopts EXCEED method for improvement of imagination power with picture demonstration for understanding of modern day education requirements. We also having systematic method for developing writing and drawing skills from LKG as basic foundation for each kid for their better life. We also taking care about speaking skill of English language, like phonetic pronunciation of words and phares and we encourage students to participate in various inter – school competitions as they play an important part in the child’s education and helps to develop physical, moral, aesthetic and intellectual life and they were also encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities and sports.
Our vision is to provide stimulating learning environment addressing the multiple intelligence and learning capabilities of students, embedding information technology orientation across the whole curriculum and teaching methodology for maximizing individual potential and enabling students of all ability levels to learn life skills to meet the dynamic challenges of education, work, and life opportunities ahead.
Our mission is to develop the young students with active and creative minds, a sense of understanding and compassion for others, courage to act and achieve their goals based on their learning. We strive to understand the multiple learning needs of students and impart education to them to reach their full potential to acquire life skills to serve our society thereby enabling spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, emotional and physical development of all students.
In June 1970, the Boys and Girls Primary / Nursery School was officially amalgamated. The new building to house the Nursery sections was completed in 2006.