Surya Army Pre Primary School had a humble beginning as AWWA Nursery School in 1988 at Chanakya Road, Lucknow cantt. Now the school has been renamed Surya Army Pre Primary School under the aegis of AWES w.e.f. April, 2011. The School is located in a Spacious and state- of-the-art Campus at Outram Lines, Lucknow Cantt. The school was primarily started to meet the
educational requirements of Army Children. The school has grown in size and stature and offers Pre School Education to initiate the children into the process of learning through playway and Activity Method where ‘Pleasure’, ‘Perception’ and ‘Perception’ are the main objectives.

School Motto “Freedom To Grow”
The logo symbolizes the growth of children in a free and natural environment, nurtured with strokes of knowledge and love to allow them to grow with their unbounded aspirations.

Educational Beliefs
We attempt to provide a joyful, safe and secure educational environment where learning happens in
  response to an awakened interest and curiosity.
We believe in providing opportunities to children to explore so that their hidden talents, skills and
  capabilities blossom.
Our purpose is to create an environment for them, where learning is a pleasure and not a burden and where
  they look forward to attending school.
We strive to give form to the potential of children & prepare them for formal schooling in a spirit of fun &
We believe that by making friends or playing as a team, children learn to love and trust. We attempt to
  develop the skills for holistic development of the child we believe that assessment is meant to find out how well children have learnt and not to scare or pressurize them.
School Values
It is our attempt to create a culture in the class-room and the school, where the values in life are naturally absorbed and practiced. These values are listed below and we request the parents to practice them at home so that children are not confused by mixed or contradicting stimuli.
Value Education and Character Building
  it is well accepted that values are not taught to children, but are imbibed by them from the behavior of people they look up to, especially parents and teachers. Our teachers are good role models for children to see and emulate.
Basic Virtues
  We attempt to inculcate in children, the virtues of love, kindness, honesty, courage, patriotism, discipline & cooperation by emphasizing upon them through stories, role modeling and reiteration.
  Every human being needs affection and appreciation and little children are no exception. If the child gets it at home and school, s/he grows up feeling secure and has high self-esteem. Unconditional affection must be given to every child to inspire the confidence in them that s/he is loved no matter what. The child must be able to take this affection for granted even when s/he has done poorly in class or not won the race. Appreciation, on the other hand, must be specific and moderated, so that a child does not have an exaggerated sense of her/himself or her/his work.
Concern for other people and civic sense
  We wish to inculcate among our children, a concern for others; be willing to listen and help in another person’s time of need and behave with genuine good manners in social interactions. Concern for other people should also extend to a civic sense and care of public property.
Concern for nature and other forms of life
  Human beings tend to forget that the planet is home to other species as well. We would like our children to enjoy nature and thereby have the motivation to conserve it. We encourage them to develop habits which are environment friendly.
Aesthetic sense
  We believe that a well developed sense of aesthetics will go a long way in creating a more beautiful world. Children should be able to appreciate beauty around them. This may be in the form of a lovely garden, beautiful images or joyful music. It extends to keeping our rooms tidy, our kitchens clean, and our streets clean and green.
Values determine character but skills help to achieve better learning and success. We attempt to develop these in all our children:
The ability to concentrate on tasks undertaken.
The ability to persevere.
The ability to observe & understand simple concepts related to environment & The ability to science.
The ability to Work independently & in groups.
The ability to identify sound, color, texture, shape, form & space.
The ability to think logically and communicate clearly.

The early childhood is globally acknowledged to be most critical phase in the lifespan of a human being. Research on Early Brain Development has established that almost 85% of the faculties of a child are developed by the times/he is 8 years old. Thereafter, a person lives with those faculties for the rest of his life. Hence the early formative years are critical for canalizing the mental and creative faculties of children in the right direction. At the same time, we need to preserve the curiosity of the child for which a conducive academic atmosphere is necessary for developing a life long interest in learning.