Honorary Advisors

Sunita Gandhi

Dr Sunita Gandhi
Honorary Chief Academic Advisor, CMS.
PhD, Cambridge University, UK.
President, Council for Global Education,
USA and EducationWeWant.Org, India

An Education We Want

CMS education strives towards a holistic programme that helps children love learning and want to serve the world.. The school aims to provide a broader and bolder education of body, mind, heart and spirit. Such an education produces:

  • Self-Directed Learners
  • Quality Producers
  • Effective Communicators
  • Collaborative Workers
  • Critical Thinkers
  • Community Contributors

Such an integrated approach ensures every child's development with confidence.

A Broader and Bolder Education

Education in the 21st century must be both broader and bolder. A modern school needs to do much more than ensure good marks on a sheet. Helping children get good marks is the minimum responsibility of a school. Indeed, a ‘good’ education must produce much more; a 'good' human being a self-motivated agent of social transformation.

Sunita Gandhi

Mr Vinay Gandhi
Honorary Chief Technical Advisor
BSc Honours (Engg.)
Queen Mary College,
University of London

Integration of Technology

2023-24 has been another successful year for hardware across CMS, with the Computer Department's dedicated team of specialists, engineers and technicians overseeing the smooth functioning of our computer labs, IT Training Centres, Interactive White Board and Interactive Flat Panels, servers, networking, and Internet functionality. Should a technical difficulty arise anywhere in CMS, the team is always on hand to ensure that it is fixed immediately. In addition, our LED screens and sound systems continue to support events for children in our state-of-the-art auditoria and across all CMS campuses.

Roshan Gandhi

Mr Roshan Gandhi
Strategy Advisor
MBA (Education Leadership),
University College London (UCL)
BA (Hons), University of Oxford

Strategic Planning

It has been another eventful year filled with successes at CMS, thanks to the dedicated efforts of teachers and staff across the organisation. Further great strides have been made towards the 'Vision 2025' initiatives, in which processes of teaching and learning are being developed and reformed in order to make education more skills-based, emphasising the 'Six Cs' of skills-based education: Communication, Collaboration, Creativity, Critical Thinking, Character, and Citizenship. As we enter the new session, we take particular pride in that we have been able to expand the provision of the Cambridge International Curriculum to more locations across Lucknow, as we strive to open up this unique opportunity to greater numbers of students.