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The ABCs to a brighter future

Reading is elemental to the success of any child. It is the key to a whole new world of adventure, fantasy and life lessons. Reading is given its rightful place at Red Hills High with a specialised reading programme. A Reading Day is set aside purely to encourage children to read: Read-aloud sessions, role plays, writing book reviews, characterisations, and reading competitions that are held regularly will make children confident readers besides kindling a fascination for the written word. Complementing these efforts is a reading corner housed in every classroom with age-appropriate books. A central library comes equipped with child friendly design, formal as well as informal seating and books to enthrall every child!

Children are given hands-on experience on the concepts they are taught in the classroom. This enhances not only their cognitive skills, but also puts subjects into perspective.


At Red hills we recognize that children learn and express their aptitude in several ways beyond the conventional ones of the language and mathematical. We provide opportunities for the exploration, demonstration and enhancing of these Multiple Intelligences (MI). Therefore, what our children learn, how they learn, and the ways in which they express their learning are influenced by each child’s own pace of absorption, readiness, interests and strengths. This is in keeping with the fundamental belief that every child is unique.

Aloha India, which was established in august, 2002 at Chennai, is the Indian subsidiary of Aloha International, Malaysia, a global leader in advanced abacus and Mental Arithmetic programs specially designed for children in the 4-13 year age span (Junior -1 through Grade 8) . Essentially, the Aloha Programs are nothing but scientific brain management techniques that unveil the infinite potential of the human brain and its effective use.

Aloha Program Objectives

To build the mental ability to calculate fast and accurately without using any physical external device, such as abacus, calculator etc.,

  • To train and sharpen the child’s mental power especially the right brain.
  • To promote patience, efficiency and concentration.
  • To train the child to attain Good habit and Positive attitudes.
  • To help the child overcome his/her phobia of numbers.
Multiple intelligences
  • Linguistic intelligence ("word smart")
  • Logical-mathematical intelligence ("number/reasoning smart")
  • Spatial intelligence ("picture smart")
  • Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence ("body smart")
  • Musical intelligence ("music smart")
  • Interpersonal intelligence ("people smart")
  • Intrapersonal intelligence ("self smart")
  • Naturalist intelligence ("nature smart")