Do you know that failure can help your child a lot in achieving success in their life?
A lot of parents do not know that their own definition of failure and success impacts on their child. The way parents think about the failure, it is the same way a child will perceive failure in their life. So what is your definition of FAILURE?
The main reason to write this article is to educate each and every single parent about why they should embrace failure in their child’s life and why they should talk about this with them?
People need to understand that sometimes children are not good at everything. Every child is unique in his/her own ways. Sometimes a child is good at academics but sometimes a child is good in sports. There’s no compulsion that every child has to achieve good grades and perform good in sports as well. But somehow parents are not able to perceive this thing.
Success & failure are terms that are meant to define events not people. A child is either successful at doing something or achieving some milestone, or you failed at doing something or did not achieve some milestone. That does not mean a child is a complete success or a complete failure. There are some other aspects where a child may not be successful or a child may not be a failure. The most successful person may earn a good amount of money or may live a lavishing life but the same person might be a complete failure at being a good human whereas, a person who was a complete failure might be a very good human or a friend.
So success & failure basically tells how a child did at a particular event, not how a child is in totality.
Bhupindera International Public School, Patiala, is the only school in the region which focuses on the overall development of a child and encourages them to become successful as a human. BIPS never discourage any child on their rate of success. Instead, they allow children to learn new things and embrace the failure. BIPS collaborated with America’s well-established school ABC Montessori for the worldwide acclaimed Montessori Method of education in the year 2004. No wonder, the students of BIPS leave their mark at the National and International levels in all streams.
BIPS always believes in a saying by John Wooden,
“Success is never final, failure is never fatal. It’s courage that counts.”
Lastly, you must be thinking of getting your child enrolled at BIPS but if you hold your decision due to any reason, so we would like to inform you that getting a part of BIPS will help your child in every possible aspect of life. You will see your child’s transformation after getting them into BIPS. The seats are limited and takers are many. So do not delay to get disappointed later.
Contact BIPS immediately and put your child on a path to become extraordinary.