Urvashi Warman, who started as a Montessori teacher in 1990 and went on to become the Principal of The Palace School in 2007, is a visionary educator with more than two decades of experience in the field of education. Founded by Princess Diya Kumari, Member of Parliament, and located within the breathtaking precincts of The City Palace, Jaipur, The Palace School is an embodiment of culture and heritage coupled with the best of modern education.
Meticulous planning and a step-by-step approach to the expansion made The Palace School blossom from a Montessori school to one of the best Senior Secondary Schools of Jaipur within a short period.
A pioneer in the field of Special Education, she has been instrumental in opening the first Multi-Disciplinary Cell named The Magic Pie, which has got special educators and full-time Speech and Occupational Therapists within the school environment, making The Palace School the first school to do so in Rajasthan.
A prolific writer, Urvashi Warman has written several books on General Awareness and EVS for Primary School children. Her latest foray as an author is a unique book titled “A Camel with a Japi”, based upon the premise of Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat – the dream of our Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi Ji. This illustrated novel, which takes the reader through the whirlwind journey of Assam and Rajasthan, is ideation successfully amalgamating Art Integrated Learning and Story Telling as a powerful pedagogical tool as per the NEP 2020 mandate.
This novel initiative has received a letter of commendation from the Hon’ble Education Minister of India, Shri Dharmendra Pradhan.
Under the mentorship of Shri Sandeep Sethi, Director Education MSMSII Museum and, Mrs. Rama Datt, educationist and Executive Trustee of MSMSII Museum, Urvashi Warman has succeeded in leading the school to become an aspiring Design Thinking School.
The Palace School approaches learning with a focus on developing students’ research abilities, creative confidence, metacognitive awareness, and problem-solving skills.
Several projects have been undertaken by the school in this direction. These experiential learning projects were mapped according to the curriculum involving all the steps of design-thinking.
Another noteworthy project was transforming the ancient game of Chaupar into Chaupar Barakhadi, to teach and learn the Hindi Matras by incorporating different learning styles like visual, auditory, tactile, and kinesthetic.
Urvashi Warman feels that thanks to NEP 2020, the world of education in our country is at its most dynamic phase with sweeping changes coming around the corner and so she is committed to encouraging students to continue their education beyond the four walls of the school.
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