LOVELOCK STREET SCHOOL

“THE SCHOOL THAT CARES”

Painting of a student Painting by a student
Our objective at Bustee Welfare Centre is to nurture and develop the potential in each child to enable him/her to meet the challenges of life with courage. Emphasis on good health, cleanliness and discipline are our utmost priority.
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We have two schools, one at Lovelock and the other at Monohar Pukar, where there are approximately 300 students studying from Nursery to Class VII. A balanced education with equal importance given towards extra curricular activities has been followed at Bustee Welfare Centre. Our schools are non-residential and co-education, Bengali being the medium of instruction. The Centre gives free education to the students and provides uniforms, shoes, white canvas, text books, exercise books, karate dress and a hot nutritious mid-day meal comprising of milk with boost, eggs, fruits and vegetables is given to all the children.
Carrom Tournament Carrom Tournament
Founder's Day Celebration Founder's Day Celebration
After passing Class VII, our students join other schools of their choice; all expenses are borne by the centre, which includes uniforms, books, and tuition fees. Apart from education, we also have a well developed program for basic health, recreation, extra curricular activities, drawing and art classes, karate, dancing under expert guidance.
Student taking special coaching Special Coaching
Every care is taken to ensure the academic performance of the children, as most of our beneficiaries come from homes where their parents are illiterate and unable to meet the cost of coaching classes. These children lack proper guidance which results in poor academic performance. With this problem in view, Bustee Welfare Centre started extra coaching classes from Class III to Class VII. Emphasis is laid on Mathematics and English as most of the students are found to be weak in the subjects.

Computer class Computer class
In the era of technology and social media, Computer studies are an integral part of the learning process in our school curriculum, which is introduced from Class III. A well designed practical oriented syllabus in line with the Madhyamik board, aimed at imparting both theoretical and practical classes which provide hands-on experience in understanding concepts are followed.