With this intrinsic belief, we have undertaken this journey, seeking parents as our Partners in Progress. At Modi Schools, we acknowledge that schools are because students are .Its rightly said that a school is a building of four walls...with tomorrow inside. Therefore, we seek to join hands with parents to nurture our tomorrow as rooted ...yet ready to fly, dynamic ... yet focused, organized … yet exploratory.

Modi Schools , Rajkot, Rajkot was a city of ‘Tuitions’ before 1999. Students would study in granted schools and go for extra ‘tuitions’ in the evening. Dr. Modi deeply studied and observed about this situation, and find that there is a waste of time, money and energy of students as well as parents. This particular situation, generated an idea of self-Finance School in Dr. Modi's Mind and later on this idea has been implemented by Dr. Modi, by shaped up a foundation stone of Modi Schools in 1999, hence the first Self - Finance school of Science was established.

and video stimulation, while others learn through activity. The passionate faculty across modi centres bring in their innovative and progressive learning concepts at every stage of student development. Fuelled by this passion, we at modi were the first to move beyond the one-dimensional textbook learning approach. We have succeeded in bringing about the change with the right mix of chalk and challenges.

At modi, we aim to 'ignite human greatness' in each and every child.

We enable them to discover, enhance and maximize their potential. We have worked on various models of inclusion, namely collaboration, co-teaching, pull-out services, and paraprofessional support. Teachers and staff collaborate and consult with each other; students work with each other despite differences, and administrators support the collaborative efforts of faculty and staff. Inclusion for us is practiced not because it is the law, but because it is embedded within the school's culture.

We work towards making this a reality by paying attention to the different individuals and groups of children within our school - girls / boys, children from minority faiths and ethnicities, children with additional learning needs, gifted and talented children and self-paced learners. Thus, all children are integrated into the mainstream and we extend additional emotional, behavioural, academic and social support to them whenever needed. This helps to lay the foundation of an inclusive society by respecting diversity and provides better opportunity to develop empathy, create friendships, learn through peer modelling, and enhance cognitive skills, social quotient, emotional quotient, fun quotient and academic outcome for ALL learners.

To ensure effective implementation of inclusive education, we have a team of Psychologists, Counsellors and Special Educators who together form the ‘Centre of Wellbeing’. At the Centre of Wellbeing, the team works towards using their professional expertise to ensure maximum support to children who need additional aid. Three different types of Plans are offered keeping children’s varied needs in mind - Counselling Plan, Remedial Education Plan and Individualized Education Plan. We also conduct varied activities like

Brain Gym

Social Skills Training

Art Therapy

Play Therapy

Group Sessions


...And More...
to work towards holistic development of children.

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An eighth-grade intellectually challenged, cancer survivor completes the 400 meters race running alongside the school Principal and another fifteen odd children who are running along to motivate him to reach the finish line.


A third grader with Autism spectrum disorder recites an entire poem addressing the school assembly, with clear speech and eye contact. Children volunteer to become peer counsellors for an ADHD child in grade six.


A child on a wheelchair steals the show by performing at the annual concert with his class.

Second Grader

A second grader on the spectrum is the most proficient reader in his class.

Fast Learner

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Children Activity

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A child on an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) sits with a pictorial synopsis of the lesson being taught in class which enables him to learn better.

Inclusive Education benefits all children. Most positive outcome being that it turns everyone around more empathetic. Empathy makes children more emotionally and socially competent, and helps them be more successful and better equipped future citizens. We take immense pride in the fact that we have now progressed from being a school with inclusion to being a model inclusive school in the country!