The School was established in the year 1982.
NOC from the state government of karnataka. NOC no. ED76DGC97 Dated 21/07/1997.
The School is recognised and affiliated to the Central Board for Secondary Education, Delhi
Affiliation No.830063, School No.06413, affiliated with the board from 01/04/1999 and extended upto 31/03/2018.
Our academic focus is based on a philosophy of teaching that is consistent with exemplary practices and meets national standards in education.
We follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) syllabus, widely regarded as one with the most enlightened outlook and curricula within our education system. The core faculty of the school is a proactive team of experienced teachers, who combine high standards of teaching with sensitivity to the emotional needs of their students.
Each stage of schooling is carefully constructed, to make a student's journey from one level of school to the next as seamless and rewarding as possible.
|The School follows the National curriculum Framework of 2009.
The Curriculum is so designed that it caters to develop the multidimensional facets.
|I TO IV||V to VIII||IX & X|
|Medium of Instruction||English||English||English|
|Second Language||Kannada/Hindi||Kannada /Hindi||Kannada /Hindi|
|Social Science||Social Science||Social Science|
|Other subjects||Computer Science||Computer Science||Computer Science|
|Value Education||Value Education||Value Education|
|G.K, Drawing||G.K, Drawing||G.K, Drawing|
|Physical education||Physical education||Physical education|
First term : May to September
Second term : October to March
LKG: Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 12.40 pm
UKG to Class VII – Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 3.10.pm
Class VIII to Class X – Monday to Friday: 9.00 am to 4.00.pm
Saturday: Class V to Class X -.8.50 a m to 12.20 pm.
Second Saturday Holiday
MWLSS believes that what goes on outside the classroom is as important as what goes on within it. Our regular academic timetable is therefore complemented by a variety of co curricular courses, clubs and activities.
Cocurricular activities like sports, music, art and debate are essential to develop an all round personality. This applies whether the child is an actual participant or is assisting and observing on the sidelines. Being involved in these activities offers multiple benefits—it helps youngsters discover latent talents, opens new avenues of interest, creates team spirit and collaboration and fosters self-esteem, motivation and academic success.
Our students are given an opportunity to participate in inter-house and inter-school competitions, and showcase their talents at school functions.
With two experienced Physical Training instructors, a band master and excellent facilities, sports are obviously an important part of our school life.
Other sports facilities include ample grounds / facilities for individual and group sports, including football, volleyball, basketball, throw ball and kho-kho. Athletics also have pride of place, with spaces for track events, jumps and throws.
Rich in history and cultural tradition, the arts play an important role in education—both for their intrinsic value and their ability to enhance the overall development of a child. Exposure to music, and visual arts enables personal, social and intellectual growth; It also provides space for new ideas and feelings and improves cognitive capacities and motivations to learn.
MWLSS, co-curricular activities in this sphere include art and craft, music, dance and theatre. These are conducted as group activities, rather than on an individual basis. School outings to the theatre and places of cultural and historical interest are organised regularly.
Drawing and Karate classes are also conducted after school hours.
Probably nothing symbolizes the schools spirit more than the excitement and challenge inspired by competitive events. At MWLSS these events are linked to sports, academics, arts, debates, elocution…and many things in between!
Children are placed in one of the school’s four ‘Houses’, each of which is named after a the great builders of modern India NEHRU,INDIRA,GANDHI and TAGORE
This heralds the start of a school-long loyalty and commitment to the House and its members. The result is a sense of collaborative team spirit of the highest order.