Maxfort School Parwana road (Pitampura)
Maxfort School has been serving the society in the field of education since 2005. It imparts holistic education that is relevant in the current global environment. Maxpower is a system developed by Maxfort , after gaining scientific understanding of how children learn and apply knowledge . Under this system, a unique curriculum has been designed keeping in mind the latest National and International trends as well as the changing needs of the society.
The curriculum isn’t static but dynamic i.e. ever evolving. It empowers children in every aspect- cognitive, psychological, social and physical. Thereby, helping students to develop a wholesome personality, critical for individual success.
Max Power curriculum includes components which equip children in various aspects of development rather just traditional class-room learning. These , when imbibed in all earnest, help children become well- rounded individuals , making them better prepared to face the challenges of life.
Friday, 17 October, 2014
Tuesday, 14 October, 2014
Young children often have natural fascination with crackers during Diwali time and sometimes they take it a step further by playing with matches and lighters. So its crucial that parents and teachers teach their children at an early age that fire is a too...
Sunday, 12 October, 2014
Dussehra is the culmination of the mantra, sadhna and havan. To invoke these energies to aid creation and realize the divinity within to help slay our demons, Maxfort School, Pitampura celebrated Dussehra on 30th September, 2014 with immense festivity....
Tuesday, 30 September, 2014
Today, we maxfortians shared the proud moment of Indias first interplanetary mission i.e. MOM. We all gathered in the assembly area to celebrate the success of Indias Mars Orbiter Mission (MOM), according to which our spacecraft - Mangalyaan has finally...
Sunday, 14 September, 2014
Students of Maxfort School, Parwana Road were exposed to the finest expressions in the Hindi language on the occasion of Hindi Diwas on 12th September’14, speaking volumes of the schools’ emphasis on the mother tongue....