Targeting middle-class with international quality education at an affordable price, Radcliffe Foundation has announced opening of Radcliffe Schools in Hyderabad from the coming academic year.

Nymph Kaul, Managing trustee, Radcliffe Foundation told a press conference that Hyderabad will be a part of pan India network of schools spanning across 150 cities with a distinct objective of providing a uniform, accessible, affordable and contemporary education benchmarked against best academic practices. The fee would be around Rs. 2,500 per month apart from transport.

She said all schools would have the same curriculum, similar teaching-learning methods and infrastructure making it easy for parents with transferable jobs. “Student will not feel left out even at a new school given the similarities in academics and infrastructure,” she said. With the maximum student- teacher ratio of 1:20, the main focus of these schools will not only be on academics, but will also focus on the child’s intellectual development.

The school will provide transportation facility on all city routes with lady attendants so that small children feel safe and secure. Admissions will be open for Classes 1 to 5 from the coming academic year.

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