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What is the Importance of Exams?

We can know our real knowledge, and exam is just a part of testing the knowledge. Through exam, student knows their knowledge and compare to other students. Some of the students in the world, they have not a chance to know where their knowledge is.

A student will having a war between their class mates because they compete with each other with their knowledge and exam is the ground at their they see who is the best among them. and due to exam, their compete with each other’s  and it might be generate interest and excitement on topic that not interest. And from the exam they can improve their confidence level, and level of knowledge.

An examination is an assessment aimed at measuring students' skills, aptitude, or knowledge in one or more topics of study. A test can be administered either on paper or verbally.

Students usually become nervous and anxious when they anticipate taking an examination. Exams are an essential tool in learning. The following reasons discuss why examination tests are important

Exams are a motivator to students to learn more 

Examinations compel students to do more research on topics learned in class so that they can understand the given topic in detail.

A student who is undertaking a practical course like mechanical engineering would do more practice in the field, for example, repairing the engine of a car, so that they can understand better the theoretical explanation of doing something.

A student will regularly revise their notes until they fully internalize and understand course concepts.

Examinations require students to be logical and critical thinkers in answering questions.

In writing answers, the examiner will be keen to see if the student will present their ideas creatively and logically. The student will then have to do a lot of studying during their free time so that when the time comes for them to write down, the examination content will flow naturally.

Examination test students understanding of concepts 

Every student is unique in their particular way. Each student understands concepts taught in class differently.


How to get Success in Student Life

Study in a Group

Studying in groups help the students to learn more effectively. Educational psychologists have shown in their research that students working or learning together in a group of friend circle do much better as compared to those who study alone.

Have you ever heard the phrase, “two heads are better than a single one”?

Well, this becomes true when it comes to studying. Working in groups enables you to benefits like whenever you are struggling to understand a concept; you can take help from other group members, help them in their needs & also can complete the given work more quickly.

Sitting down with a group of friends who are doing or learning the same thing as you are, is one of the best ways to gain knowledge.


Don’t compare with others

Never do the comparison with others because everyone has their own abilities and capabilities. Good students succeed on their own capability. Don’t copy what others do, follow your own way.

Comparison lets you downtrodden & you’ll feel discouraged. Don’t bother what your friends, neighbors or partners are doing. Because at last, all that matters is your own success.


Learn from your Mistakes

It is good that you learn from your mistakes because the most important lessons in life can be learned by improving from our mistakes. A successful student learns from his own mistakes and tries to improve further.

You can’t learn from your mistake until you admit that you have done it. Never ever underestimate yourself! Instead, learn from mistakes as this is the best thing when you yourself get to know what wrong you have done & how to resolve this.

Also, stop committing the same mistake again & again. Putting what you’ve learned into practice is yet another advantage for students if they want to be successful in their life.



Stay Committed to Studies

Never quit, stay committed to your studies. Don’t get panic even when you don’t perform well. Always work hard & hard until you get success. If you are not good at something, don’t just ignore it and try to focus on it.

Always stay committed toward your studies & try to stay focused while you study. Successful students always focus on the tasks at hand.

For example, if you’ve planned to study a chapter of your history book, just stay committed commit to your words rather than letting your mind wander here & there in ideal things. After that, take a short break from studies, if needed. But don’t make this short break a bigger one.

Don’t let it run over an hour long break with 10-15minutes of study.


Avoid Distractions

Disturbances from one or the other way will always be there in your way.  When you concentrate on something deeply you are able to learn the things more effectively. Try to get rid of meaningless distractions that come in between your studies. Always keep your goal in mind and work accordingly as it saves your precious time.


Effective school leadership
Anyone who has worked in a school understands the importance of having strong leadership. And strong leadership does not begin and end with the administration. A high-performing school has good leaders at all levels—principal, faculty, staff, parents, students, and so on. Read Naturally provides high-quality trainings and individualized coaching services so that teachers may lead others in implementing programs to support literacy development.


High levels of collaboration and communication
We can accomplish more as a team than we can accomplish by ourselves. And productive communication is the difference between a team that works well together and a team that falls apart. Schools that have a teamwork mentality and good communication measures—both within the school and as part of a greater community—tend to perform best. Read Naturally programs support students, teachers, administration, and families working together to achieve optimal results for each student, and our strategy builds in clear communication every step of the way in the form of graphs, letters home, reading updates, personal interactions, and more.



Reliable support staff and well-organized service providers 

A good school is manned with supporting staff like doctors, guidance counselors, and psychologists so that the student needs can be addressed within the school premises on time. Moreover, a good school will have state-of-the-art supplies such as sports equipment, playground swings, library books, laboratory equipment, computers, and others as they are connected to the best service providers.


A safe learning environment for students 

An effective school focuses on better learning of every child by offering a healthy and respectful school environment for teacher and student interaction. It does not tolerate negative behaviors in schools such as harassment and bullying. The school makes clear the strict disciplinary actions that shall be taken against a child for breaking school rules. Misbehavior of children is prevented by making the child participate in community service or social work for some time.


Clean and well-organized school premises that are conducive to learning 

A good school will maintain hygiene and have a comfortable setting for students to be able to develop their skills and grasp knowledge. Cambridge School is one of the top schools in Greater Noida and is known for its green, safe, spacious, and well-organized infrastructure to ensure effective space for proper child learning and growth.


Curriculum, instruction and assessments aligned with state standards
High-performing schools use research-based strategies and materials. They also train staff to understand state assessments and respond appropriately to the results. Read Naturally programs are research based, research proven, and aligned with best practices. We offer assessment tools that work well in conjunction with standardized assessments to determine which students will benefit from a Read Naturally intervention.

Frequent monitoring of learning and teaching
When teachers are able to closely monitor student progress, they can make the appropriate adjustments to ensure each student’s needs are being met. Successful schools incorporate frequent monitoring and offer support to students who need extra help. Progress monitoring is an essential component of the Read Naturally Strategy. Students working in Read Naturally programs monitor their own progress, which is highly motivating and provides data that enables the teacher to make appropriate adjustments. We have blogged about the importance of progress monitoring here, here, here, here, and here.


Supportive administrators and quality teachers

The students follow what the teacher guides or instructs them. A good school will have fair-minded, passionate, honest, well-mannered, inspirer, skilled, and supportive mentors who will have a strong positive impact on the student’s attitude and personality. A quality teacher will always take out time to update their knowledge, improve their skills, and find ways to make the students motivated and engaged while teaching. Similarly, the administrators of a good school will be highly supportive and professional to the requirements of academic staff.


To be truly effective, a principal must create a system of core values that the entire staff shares. To do this, she needs to involve the teachers and staff. A common theme to each of the core values should be a student-centered view of education. When a decision is made in the school, the first thought should always be: "What's best for the students?" When everyone shares this belief, infighting will lessen and the school can focus on the business of teaching.



Even in the best of schools, there will be teachers who do not want to share with others. They will be the ones who get to school in the morning, close themselves in their room, and don't come out except for mandatory meetings. If the majority of the teachers at the school do this, steer clear.

Look for a quality school that strives to create an atmosphere where teachers want to share with each other. This should be something the school and department leadership strive to model. Schools that reward intradepartmental and interdepartmental sharing will see a huge increase in the quality of classroom teaching.


Sports & Extra Curriculums

A good school should have the necessary spaces outside the classroom for exercise and sports, essential during the early stages of the individual’s life, as well as areas that freely encourage social exchange, the pursuit of artistic interests (musical, literary, etc.) and merely recreational interests.

Life Skills Development

n a constantly changing environment, having life skills is an essential part of being able to meet the challenges of everyday life. The dramatic changes in global economies over the past five years have been matched with the transformation in technology and these are all impacting on education, the workplace and our home life. To cope with the increasing pace and change of modern life, students need new life skills such as the ability to deal with stress and frustration. Today’s students will have many new jobs over the course of their lives, with associated pressures and the need for flexibility.

Teaching Faculty

A school without teachers will be a place where the primary goal of education is not being fulfilled. The learning experiences that are provided in a school are done by teachers. Teachers are the ones who deliver teaching and learning experiences and motivate children to nurture and grow. Hence, it becomes very critical to have the right kind of teaching staff with apt qualities who will be able to translate the vision of the school into a reality.


Safety and Hygiene

Parents are mostly concerned about their children’s safety. A good school is one that takes care of the safety measures in detail. Every little aspect is taken seriously and all safety measures are in place for a good school.


Classrooms are that essential space in a student’s life where they spend the majority of their time. It is a learning, growing, and nurturing space that helps in the personality and character development of the child.

For the best study practices and practical knowledge gaining experience, the classrooms need to be well-managed and structured. Here are a few ways in which classes can emanate a sufficient educational training experience for the kids:-

1. Time Management

A well-organized classroom with good time management skills to minimize wasted time and increase productivity would be a great place for learning. The students know which areas in the classroom are easy to get to them and where things are to be found in the classroom.


2. Discipline

Discipline is a key element in a good and ideal classroom. In a good and ideal classroom, students have clear guidelines on which behaviors and activities are permissible in the classroom and which are not, which make students to be disciplined and helps to create an effective learning environment. Learners are also provided positive support and admiration for good work and suitable behavior to help inspire them and others in the classroom.


3. Student Engagement

An essential aspect that is necessary for learning is student engagement and attention. A teacher that comes up with innovative ways to enhance the student’s engagement usually delivers a better understanding of the topics. Students also feel motivated and subsequently learn better. In the present age, technology has proven to be a boon in enhancing learning practices. The teaching sessions have become more interactive and exciting for students. Ease in grasping concepts can be achieved through student engagement.

Other than technology, teachers can utilize different activities like games, quizzes, discussion groups, and debates to improvise a student’s engagement. Let the students decide what they need to learn and what they want to pursue.


4. Student-Centered Learning

In student-centered classrooms, children are actively involved in the learning process. They do not sit passively and make decisions as per their critical thinking capabilities. They ask questions based on their observations and also provide their opinions and perception on various things being taught. Such a classroom environment utilizes the practices of collaborative learning, inquiry-based learning, and inclusivity. Student’s work gets assessed based on their abilities and not as per the standard rules of traditional classroom assessments.


5. Learning is student-centered

In a good and ideal classroom, the all focus is on students. In a classroom where an educator does more than standing front of the class and talk, there is a much superior chance of losing students’ interest. Learning should be advanced with the students, their comforts, and capabilities in mind.


6. Instruction is varied

Continuing with the last item, students are involved to a much greater degree through varied instruction. Take on only one system of delivery could be boring and should be avoided. As an alternative, a combination of learning activities like role-playing exercises, group discussions, and teacher-led discussions can help these students involved in a set of courses while meeting the requirements of those with diverse learning styles.


Creativity and Technical Skills

Teachers need to bring a creative ability and personal style to their role to help students achieve academic success. Students don't always have the aptitude and focus to absorb dry, repetitive content or lessons. To get them excited about learning, you need to come up with creative examples and projects to help them experience the information you want them to learn.

Using current classroom technology such as tablet devices, computers and interactive white boards can help get students excited while enhancing their learning experience. Services like Google Tools for Education as well as various online resources for teachers can help.


Good Teachers Are Engaging.

Being able to engage students with humor, creative lessons and a strong classroom presence is an important part of what makes someone a good teacher, Tanguay said.

“If you were to envision that teacher that you would want in your life, even now, you’re going to want someone who is very engaging in front of the classroom,” he said. “A good teacher will perform for their students to keep them going... It’s not about sitting back and just lecturing, it’s about engaging in the work.”

What an engaging teacher looks like will vary depending on grade level and subject matter, Tanguay said.

In kindergarten, an engaging teacher might be one who gets down on the floor to do activities with their students on their level. In high school, an engaging teacher may be one who thinks outside the box, adds humor to their lessons and finds creative ways to bring learning into the real world.


Optimism and the Classroom Teacher

Classroom teachers need a genuinely optimistic attitude. Students routinely bring their personal and family life frustrations to school with them each day. Young people also typically haven't learned strong coping skills to deal with stress or problems. As an optimistic leader, you can help kids maintain focus on the positive things in their lives and the goals in front of them. Also, the natural modeling you provide by staying positive through your own mistakes or classroom challenges is helpful.

Good Teachers Focus on Collaboration.

Working in education means you’re never truly working alone. From paraprofessionals and teaching assistants to other classroom teachers and school leaders, working as a teacher often means working effectively in a group. It's also important to keep an open mind and learn from other educators.

The key to success in this kind of environment, Tanguay said, is the ability to collaborate. "You really need to be able to fill various roles in order to collaborate effectively," he said. "If you already have someone on your team who is going to be the one to critique all of the suggestions made, then you don't need to join in on that. Instead, maybe you need to be the person who is going to come up with creative ideas. You need to have that flexibility."

Good Teachers Are Engaging

Being able to engage students with humour, creative lessons and a strong classroom presence is an important part of what makes someone a good teacher.

“If you were to envision that teacher that you would want in your life, even now, you’re going to want someone who is very engaging in front of the classroom,” he said. “A good teacher will perform for their students to keep them going... It’s not about sitting back and just lecturing, it’s about engaging in the work.”

What an engaging teacher looks like will vary depending on grade level and subject matter.

In kindergarten, an engaging teacher might be one who gets down on the floor to do activities with their students on their level. In high school, an engaging teacher may be one who thinks outside the box, adds humour to their lessons and finds creative ways to bring learning into the real world.


Good Teachers Have Patience

No matter what grade level you're teaching, your patience will be tested while working as an educator.

Whether you’re managing classroom behaviour, working with colleagues with different views, or communicating student issues or progress with parents, patience is one of the most important skills to practice as a teacher.

More often than not you actually have to have more patience with the parents than you do with the students. “Parents are coming in with their perceptions of what happened to them when they were students or previous experiences that may have been detrimental to their child... You have to be patient and understanding of them.”

Good Teachers Share Best Practices


A willingness to share knowledge and experiences with others is one of the most important qualities of a good teacher, Rogers said.


Education is a hands-on field and often requires experimentation within the classroom to discover which methods of communicating with students work best. Part of being an effective teacher is sharing your findings and best practices with others in the field, Rogers said.


“I always challenge my students to think, ‘What is your contribution?’” she said. “Are you brave enough to post on Twitter about your ideas on technology integration in the classroom? Your willingness to share your practice, to keep an open door, to be transparent and to be observed are an important part of your teaching.”

Importance of Trees and Schools in Schools

Trees provide a wealth of environmental, social and economic benefits to our homes, neighborhoods, schools and communities. Trees and forests improve air and water quality, sequester carbon dioxide, reduce stormwater and flooding, shade and cool their surroundings, produce oxygen, provide habitat for wildlife, increase property values, and improve human physical and mental health. Children and youth have the most to gain from connections with nature, especially trees and forests. Studies continue to illustrate the benefits of connecting children with nature. The presence of trees and vegetation at schools, parks, and neighborhoods supports children's development, learning, focus, and can reduce the symptoms of Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). 

Green environments can improve school performance. Research at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found that young girls that grew up with greener settings showed better concentration, exhibited less impulsive behaviors, had higher self-discipline and were able to handle peer pressure. Middle-school students with views of nature at school showed reductions in misbehavior, feelings of unfriendliness and absenteeism. A study of public high school students found consistent improvements in student behavior and performance when there were views of nature. The presence of nature (even just views) help student recovery from mental fatigue and stress.


Students can be involved with nearly every part of the tree establishment process, which is not only helpful for growing the trees but also beneficial to the children. In a time when many children spend little time outdoors, are not as physically active as recommended, and are nervous about the future of their environment, tree planting is as important as ever to both their bodies and minds. Students in middle or high school could help decide which trees to plant, which will help the students gain valuable experience in doing research and critical thinking, and knowledge of the trees that they will potentially someday need to know about for careers or as homeowners. 

Planting and tree tending days can be fun and impactful for students of all ages; they will not only go home with good memories but a sense of satisfaction that they have made a positive impact on their world. A new tree planting is also an excellent outdoor classroom to practice recently learned skills in math, science, reading, and writing.

Fantastic Teaching Resource


Not only are trees ideal for creating a natural teaching environment, but they can also be used as a fantastic, free learning resource. Rather than explaining via diagrams, take pupils outdoors and allow them to learn through sensory techniques as real-life, first-hand experiences are increasingly more likely to stick in children’s minds than a set of textbook pages. They will be excited to venture outside for their next nature-based lesson.


If you are in the process of planning a tree-planting project, this provides the perfect opportunity to get pupils involved. Rather than leaving the responsibility to caretakers, consider setting up an environmental club and inviting children to join. Throughout the process, they will be taught a number of personal skills such as teamwork, organisation and communication. They will then have the thrill of watching their creations grow!

Provide Shade

While we do not reach temperatures as high as overseas, it can still prove tricky to cool down during the warmer months. Trees are in full bloom in the summer, which creates the perfect shaded spot for pupils that prefer a cooler environment away from the sunshine while remaining outdoors.

Many schools strategically plant trees around recreation spaces that are known for being suntraps. It allows the areas to cool down, so pupils can still enjoy the fresh air without the sweltering heat. This is particularly beneficial for primary schools as younger children should try to limit sun exposure as much as possible. The School Run has more great tips on how you can promote sun safety in primary schools.

We plant trees to create a soothing environment around us, to maintain calmness in ourselves, interact with good vibes and stay away from negative energy.

In schools and colleges plants can be grown in the pots inside the classrooms as well as outside in the cafeteria, playing grounds in the balconies outside the classes. In colleges there is lot of space where outdoor plants can be planted. Thus, such greenery in the schools and colleges is very beneficial for students as well as educators.

Improve Aesthetics

Trees are a great way to improve the overall aesthetics of your school campus. Picnics, BBQ’s and summer evening walks all widely take place in public parks, lakes and forests, all for one primary reason to admire the lush greenery that surrounds us while we relax. The same concept can be achieved by incorporating life into your premises.

Ultimately, educational institutions want to attract new learners each academic year, and this is only possible if parents or carers are drawn towards your school over others in the area. They want to be reassured that their children will receive the highest education level, be safe, and enjoy the time spent learning.

All trees on site must be maintained and cared for throughout the year, as regular check-ups will retain aesthetics and safety. Unpruned trees pose many hazards, such as the risk of students, teachers and visitors tripping on fallen branches.

If you want to improve your aesthetics, we highly recommend you contact our team. We have worked with many businesses and schools providing landscape maintenance in Milton Keynes for many years and would be more than happy to help plant and maintain your landscape.


In the digital age, accessing resources for tree plantation has become easier than ever. Many online platforms offer a wide variety of tree seeds, making it convenient for schools to procure the necessary materials for their tree planting initiatives. Buying seeds online ensures a seamless process and enables schools to choose specific tree species that align with their goals and the local environment.

Importance of Education to our Society

Creating More Employment Opportunities

Finding a job is not easy, especially in times of economic turmoil. You often need to compete with hundreds of other candidates for a vacant position. In addition, the lower the education level, the greater the number of people applying for the same low-paying entry-level post. However, with the right qualifications and educational background, you will increase your chances of landing a fulfilling job. Would you like to find a way to stand out from a pool of applicants? Learn, educate yourself, graduate and get as many qualifications, skills, knowledge, and experience as possible.

Sharpening critical skills 

Education helps you develop critical skills like decision-making, mental agility, problem-solving, and logical thinking. People face problems in their professional as well as personal lives. In such situations, their ability to make rational and informed decisions comes from how educated and self-aware they are.

Education also breeds creativity and innovation. When you take time to understand how the world works presently, only then can you come up with solutions and alternatives for existing problems.