A verdant landscape built over 25 acres greets as you enter. Designed aesthetically by one of the leading architects it is the perfect blend of style, aesthestics and comfort. The areas have been perfectly planned to encompass educational, sports, agriculture and recreational facilities.
The green lawns of Springs School are yet another comfort zone for the students where they feel at home. This is the the boarding home which incorporates girls and boys from ages 6 to 15 yrs. This boarding helps the students to learn academics but absorb the life skills under the able guidance of their respective House Masters/Mistresses.
The institute has its own specially designed buses earmarked for the transportation of students. Each bus will have a trained attendant to supervise and take care of the children’s safety. Each bus is equipped with First Aid facilities along the emergency contact details. Bus fair will be charged separately for the day scholars intending to avail the facility.
Nilambur is a town, which is situated on the banks of the Chaliyar River in Malappuram district of Kerala. Located close to the nilgiri range of the Western Ghats, this town famous for its forests, wildlife habitats, rivers and waterfalls. The destination is renowned for being home to the oldest teak plantation in the world, called Connolly's Plot. Spread over an area of 36.26 sq.km, Nilambur Taluk contains total of 19 villages. The place includes people belonging to of Hindu, Muslim and Christian religious communities. NIlambur is home to the oldest aboriginal tribe of Kerala, Cholainaickans. The most popular event in the region is the Nilambur Vettekkoru Makan Paattu, which is celebrated every year in the Nilambur Kovilakam Temple.
Main attraction of NIlambur are Connolly Plot and Teak Museum. Hanging bridge , which is the longest bridge in Kerala, is another popular attraction in the town. Nedumkayam forest reserve and its elephant camp are also frequented by touristsvisiting Nilambur. The Calicut International Airport is just arround 42 km. The Distance to Ooty, a well known tourist place is 100 km.
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