The momentous day of the Investiture Ceremony dawned at K.R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali on 5th August 2022 to bestow responsibilities on the deserving young talents of the Students Council to lead the school on forefront with their sheer commitment, confidence and competence.

The ceremony was graced by the Chief Guest, Ms. Deepali Gupta, Chairperson and our Principal Ms. Sanghamitra Das. It was an occasion where the young students donned the mantle of leadership and took charge of the responsibilities entrusted to them by the school.

Children thrive in environments that are both challenging and entertaining. If you are a teacher, parent, or guardian who wants to help your child perform better in school, there are several steps you can take. Improving your child’s performance doesn’t always revolve around how to get better grades in school, but it is more of an all round project that involves not only developing the child’s academic performance but also their learning experience, which will motivate them towards excellence in life. Improving your child’s performance starts with determining what needs to change and then taking small steps toward that goal. In general, there is no one solution for improving child performance in the classroom, but the most important things required are dedication, time, and commitment from everyone involved in the process. This article focuses on five simple steps on how to improve child’s performance in school.

It all starts with a positive learning environment

To accomplish academic success, your child must feel confident and secure in the classroom. If a child does not feel welcome at school, he or she is more likely to perform poorly, regardless of ability. A positive learning environment is one in which students are greeted with a smile by their teacher each day, are encouraged, and are treated with dignity.


It is also one in which students are not subjected to peer teasing or bullying and are not unfairly punished. A collaborative approach between parents and teachers is the most effective way to create a positive learning environment. If your child’s teacher is open to collaborating with you, talk about how you can help create a positive learning environment for your child and the other students in the class. Consider hosting a learning-themed birthday party or other celebration to raise funds for your child’s classroom.

Ensure consistent encouragement and acknowledgement

It is just as important to reward positive behaviour and effort as it is to punish negative behaviour. Whether your child is succeeding or having difficulties in school, consistent reinforcement and appreciation will help them feel more positive about their experience. Positive reinforcement and acknowledgement can be provided in a variety of ways, including praise, applause, and stickers. You can also reward good behavior and effort with small tokens like gift cards or treats.


You could also consider rewarding your child with a special privilege, such as allowing them to sit in the front of the classroom or allowing them to bring a favorite stuffed animal to school every day. You can also give your child affirmation and appreciation by commending them for their efforts, even if they are struggling with a particular subject. You may also want to use positive affirmations to boost your child’s self-esteem, depending on their age. A child who struggles in one subject but excels in another may begin to believe that he or she is a “bad” student. Positive affirmations can help your child cope with these feelings and see their abilities from a better perspective. Continuing with this attitude towards your child will slowly encourage them and they will start getting better grades in school.

Make sure your child eats well and gets adequate bedtime

This may appear to be an overly simplistic approach to boosting children’s performance in the classroom, but keep in mind that every child is unique. What works for one child might not work for another. Making sure your child eats well and gets enough sleep can boost their energy and make them feel better about their school experience.


It can also help them remember what they’ve learned in school and improve their overall health. If your child is having difficulty with a particular subject, try adjusting their diet to see if it helps. Many children, for instance, do not get enough calcium, which can lead to poor concentration and poor performance in school. A healthy diet is important not only for improving academic performance, but it can also assist your child to perform better in sports activities or on the playground.

Assist your child in discovering their passion

A child who is enthusiastic about a subject may be more likely to excel in that subject. If your child struggles with a particular subject, try to figure out what is causing the difficulty and then assist your child in discovering their passion. Perhaps your child struggles because the subject is bland and boring to them. If this is the case, assist your child in identifying a specific aspect of their difficult subject that they enjoy, such as reading a specific chapter or writing a specific type of essay.


If your child finds a subject that they are interested in, they may be more likely to succeed well in that class, even if they did not previously excel in that subject. If your child does not struggle in any subject, try to find one that he or she might be interested in. For example, if your child does well in all of their classes but does not have a favourite subject, this could indicate that they are simply going through the motions and have no real passion for any of their subjects. Getting better grades in school will help them advance in their career, but discovering their passion will help them get the best out of themselves in their career.

Make a study area for your child

Making a study space for your child can help them focus on their schoolwork while also serving as a reminder of their commitment to improving their academic performance. Your child’s study space does not need to be exquisite; it simply needs to be a place where they can unwind and not be distracted. You could set up your child’s study space anywhere, including his or her bedroom, a corner of your home, or even the kitchen table. Your child’s study space does not have to be limited to a single room; you could design a study car that allows your child to focus while driving to and from school.



Your child can select the items displayed in their study space and help to create their own space, which may encourage them to use it. Improving student performance in the classroom may appear to be a daunting task, but it does not have to be. While there is no single solution to improving children’s classroom performance, there are several steps that can be taken. Creating a positive learning environment, providing constant reinforcement and recognition, ensuring your child has a healthy diet and enough sleep, assisting your child in discovering their passion, and providing a study space for your child are all ways to improve your child’s performance in the classroom.


This article has been carefully curated by academic counselors and academicians at K.R. Mangalam World School, Vaishali and brings up these suggestions for academic improvement, which have seen proven results in children when applied.

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‘Earnest effort is the root of achievement’

Victory is the motto of our students as they move with steadfast approach and accomplish their set goals. With immense pleasure we wish to apprise you that Anshika Sondhi of Grade XII has bagged 2nd position in Science Quiz and our students of Grade X notched up ‘Best Creativity Award’ under Vigyan Natika category in Udaan 2022-organized by Regional Science and Technology Centre, Ghaziabad.

Wishing the best of success to the young achievers!


 “A vision and focus are all you need”

It gives us immense pleasure to share that Veeral Bajaj of Grade X, has been awarded the Best Delegate award with cash prize of Rs1000/- in the MUN organised by Father Agnel School, Noida.

Congratulations for proving that hard work and dedication are indeed the best policies!


Connector Tree

” It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge” – Albert Einstein.

For better conceptual knowledge, an interactive activity ‘Connector Tree’ was conducted for the learners of Grade 3. Students exemplified their creative minds and learned to join words and sentences using conjunctions.The activity session was very interesting and enjoyable.

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