When classrooms went online due to COVID -19, it marked not only a major transformation in KG to PLUS – TWO education, but a shift in parent’s involvement in their children’s education. In this pandemic situation, we have to communicate primarily online via social media to keep in touch with both students and parents. LF’s approach towards online education does not end with lectures and virtual training.
LFCHS organize motivational classes to address the mental health of students and parents, to increase the energy level of students and also to determine a persistency in reaching a specific goal. In order to help the students in the holistic development and assist in developing critical skills and abilities to be successful and happy in the 21st century life, LFCHS conducts online co-curricular activities to keep the student’s creativity intact. The teachers of Little Flower Convent High School are continuously monitoring the students through interactions via telephones and social media platforms, so that they remain calm and stress-free.