• Mission Statement
  • The Pawar Public School (PPS), Bhandup, is the flagship school of the Pawar Public Charitable Trust. The foundation stone for the school was laid on 10 April 2005, with admissions from Nursery to Grade 6 for the academic year 2006-2007 commencing in December 2005. The Pawar Public School, Bhandup is the first school following the ICSE curriculum, set up by the Trust, with the ultimate aim of setting up more schools in the next few years.

    The school has been set up with the vision of providing the best educational facilities to its students. The students will be provided with an inter-disciplinary education, by exposing them to extra-curricular and vocational courses. A sense of social responsibility is developed, thereby making every student of PPS, a role model for the society.

    The aim of PPS is to enhance individual growth so as to form a part of the world community. This, we believe is possible, as PPS offers innovative educational tools and inspires the minds of the pupils to think creatively within the established framework. It also promotes an all-round physical development of the student by active participation in sports and extracurricular activities.

  • By having students from diverse backgrounds, PPS is uniquely positioned to integrate cultural diversity in the school, so that the students share the uniqueness of our culture and are convinced that only Together We Can Make a Difference!

    Mrs. Supriya Sule
    Managing Trustee

  • Our Vision
  • At Pawar Public School, we dreamt of providing quality education with the best facilities and educational practices.

    The dream was to create an institution wherein differences in caste, creed, class and religion are non-existent, and where each and every student and teacher were part of one united happy family. The dream was that our school would be a pillar in society where students would be imparted the best education possible and where students would be free of bigotry, hatred and violence.

    We dreamt of a school where ideal citzens would graduate, with the best practices in education and values imbibed in them. When we started working on the school, we did so with a desire to make this dream come true. We have dreamt, and have taken our first step towards realising this dream. We have been able to provide a learning environment with the best facilities available and with a staff that is well entrenched in offering the best education possible. We are certain that we will be able to make this dream come true in totality.

    Through extra-curricular activities, we offer a plethora of avenues other than teaching that will help develop their skills, creativity and thought process; in short, the school would contribute to "the content of their character". Our aim is to ensure our students are able to "face the difficulties of today and tomorrow", tackle the same and come out winners.

    Mrs. Supriya & Mr. Sadanand Sule