Saffron Public School
Saffron Public School, Phagwara holds a distinguished name in Co-educational, Day-cum – residential school in Phagwara. The school was established in year 2000 and is affiliated by CBSE (1630261) and Cambridge International Education (IN907) Boards respectively. We are also associated with Edexcel (a UK Govt. Undertaking) Board and LCCI (London Chamber of Commerce and Industry). The school is a Global, Co-educational, Day-cum-Residential of a very rich reputation and runs from Pre-Play to Grade XII (Science, Commerce and Humanities) with its motto : ‘Key to Intellect and Wisdom’. The school is governed by Saffron Educational Trust that yearns for holistic development of its pupils. It is a multi faceted educational institution, working hand for imbibing cultural & human values among the children while making them confident enough- socially and academically to make face in the crowd. The school blends the traditional teaching methodology with the latest technical aids as smart classes, on line tests and learning as well. Robotics is an all new concept for the children where they try their hands on making model robots. Saffron Caters to the needs of all the sections of society. The admission is given on the basis of merit. The school stands tall with an incredible infrastructure with all the ultra modern facilities. It has a beautiful and vast library catering to at least 3000 books on various subjects. The rich literature of renowned national and international authors is a window to the outside world. Digital Language Lab. is yet another good aspect of the school. There are all the Labs which are required in a school i.e., Computer and Internet Lab, Art & Craft Room, Science Labs –(Physics, Chemistry, Biology Separately) Maths Lab., Geography Lab. Etc. Music Room of the school is one of the best rooms where Children distress themselves in soothing rhythm of music notes. Saffron Public School has been producing the best CBSE Results in Phagwara for many years. The alumni of our school are well established individuals. The true potential of the child lies in where he explorers and finds every possible aspect of learning and so do we encourage our students to participate in various scholastic & co- scholastic activities. Margaret Mead has rightly said, ‘Children must be taught how to think, not what to think’.