What Parents Say
Early intervention has the best impact in children. To my knowledge , Samatha learning center is the first center in Bangalore that offers intervention as a program for children as young as 1.5 years old. My child joined Samatha at the age of 2.7 years. I am proud of the way he has managed to learn and grasp skills with the help of dedicated teachers who have intervened and mediated skills necessary for him. There is definitely a difference in teaching and mediating. I believe that in Samatha , the educators mediate learning through initiating thinking and thought processes which is evident in the child.
Thank you Team Samatha for your passionate and dedicated work for children who really need it. As parents we feel grateful to all of you for what you all have done for our child.
My son is super excited to get ready to School.
He’s even more happier when he sights the school gate 🙂 🙂
which is a big relief to any parent, to see their child happy and safe with trusted surroundings.
I am very convinced with the management, teaching and non teaching staffs.
They are serious about the education for all the kids who are part of their academic family.
Wishing “Samatha” a very long and successful journey in changing lives and making all inclusive in the society.
“My son has been going to sessions for the last 8 months at ‘Samatha’. We found a good difference in my son’s overall approach towards studies, games, behaviour and also in his confidence. According to us the school has played a major role to help us in our struggle to bring our son back to track. The faculty headed by Ms. Anita Eipe is very supportive, caring and understanding. Whenever, we call up any of Anuj’s faculty, they attend all our queries well and are very committed to the improvement of our child”. We wish the entire Samatha team all the very best for their good work they have been doing. Keep it up !!
I met Anita in Oct 2018, when both me and my husband were very concerned about my 11 year old son’s behavior issues and his academic progress. The school consistently reported attention and performance issues. At home, we were facing a lot of defiance from our son. Starting remedial sessions with Anita has been a blessing for us in many ways. My son’s teachers boast of an improved performance, his handwriting has improved tremendously. Apart from our son’s academic progress, Anita’s parent counseling sessions have proven to be very beneficial for us. Me and my husband are able to handle our son’s tantrums much better. Overall, as a family we are in a much happier state now. I am confident that with Anita’s guidance we will be able to help our son reach the best of his potential. Hence, would recommend Samatha remedial sessions for kids who are struggling with behavior and attention issues.
Samatha has provided my son with all round development in the last one year that he is studying there. Teachers in Samatha are very caring and give individual attention which has resulted in good improvement in both reading and writing skills.
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