About Us

SHEMFORD The Success Story!

SHEMFORD Group of Futuristic Schools is the Senior School Chain of SHEMROCK – One of India’s oldest Playschool Chain. Launched in 2009, SHEMFORD today has more than 100 branches in 18 States making it one of the fastest growing school chains in the world. Powered by an in-house developed education system – ShemEduMAXTM, it has ensured the highest quality of education for every SHEMStar. It is no wonder that in a short span of time, more than 10,000 parents have chosen SHEMFORD for their children. SHEMFORD Group of Schools was awarded the title of “Most Schools Launched in Shortest Time” by The Limca Book of Records 2013. We, at SHEMFORD Little Stars Raman Mandi, provide a caring, supportive and positive learning environment for children where they gain a range of experiences both inside and outside the classroom. We also encourage our children to identify their strengths & explore their talents, so that they can make the most of their skills and reach the highest standards. In our schools, education is imparted to foster all-round excellence & also instill in our children sound values, so that they emerge as young, confident & capable human beings.


Our mission is to prepare the students to understand, contribute to, and succeed in a rapidly changing society, thus making the world a better and more fair place to live in. We want to ensure that through our sound education system, students develop the skills and competencies essential for success and leadership in the emerging creative economy. Our endeavour is to provide a conducive learning environment for future-oriented, all-round development in children. We nurture our students to be lifelong learners imbued with Sanskars to make them responsible and respectful.


A pioneer in quality education, with the latest technology & the best team of academicians, SHEMFORD Little Stars Raman Mandi is well-equipped to prepare young children, not just for school, but for their complete life. A major role in the progress & development of children is played by the teachers as facilitators along with the parents, through communication, discussions, and active participation.