Dear Parents,

The school will soon re-open! Here are some really important things you need to note before the school starts.

In Kindergarten, children cry till they adjust to the school environment. Do understand that this is common, a routine thing. We all probably cried when we went through that phase too. Please do not ask to accompany the child to the classroom or keep peeping in. If the children see you, they cry even more. It takes around a month for most kids to get adjusted. The school staff is all busy trying to make the children feel comfortable. So do not keep calling to ask how the child is. If there is a problem, we will call you.

Routine

  • Snacks are the first or second period every day.
  • Do not use hair pins. Children put them in the mouth. Use BLACK COTTON hair bands instead.
  • Absolutely NO safety pins on the uniform (for the child’s safety). Please understand and co-operate.
  • KG kids LOVE playing with their handkerchief and also tend to forget them and lose them. You may check in the pool of ‘lost and found’ but please do not create an issue if you don’t find yours. Many people are agitated because ‘expensive’ handkerchiefs are exchanged. Please understand that the school really cannot do much in such a case.

Students must carry their worksheet folder to school every day with sharpened pencils, an eraser and a ruler, in the stationery pouch provided in the folder. No sharpeners are allowed to be carried. Please do not send any fancy stationery items. Craft and drawing materials will be given in the school itself.

Academics

  • Three core subjects – English, Mathematics and Science
  • Additional subjects – EVS
  • Content matter all available on worksheets and through eLearning lectures
  • Regular homework would be given to students
  • Make child practice some writing at home on the weekends
  • File sheets as they come home
  • Only 4 unit tests, no periodic class tests for Std. 1 and 2
  • 10% of the marks in each unit will be reserved for classroom behaviour, punctuality, neat and tidy appearance, handing in homework regularly, etc.

Students will be tested on the three core subjects ONLY.

Students must carry their worksheet folder to school every day with sharpened pencils, an eraser and a ruler, in the stationery pouch provided in the folder. Compass and protractor are to be brought to school only on the days the Math teacher specifically asks for them. No sharpeners are allowed to be carried. Please do not send any fancy stationery items. Craft and drawing materials will be given in the school itself.

Academics

  • Four core subjects – English, Mathematics, Marathi and Science
  • Additional subjects – Social Studies (History, Geography, EVS)
  • Content matter all available on worksheets and through eLearning lectures.
  • Regular homework would be given to students.
  • Make child practice some writing at home on the weekends.
  • File sheets as they come home.
  • 4 unit tests, periodic class tests in each unit.
  • 10% of the marks in each unit will be reserved for classroom behaviour, punctuality, neat and tidy appearance, handing in homework regularly, etc.

Students will be tested on the four core subjects ONLY. These would be written examinations and computer based objective tests. Students will have additional oral examinations for English and Marathi.

Students must carry their worksheet folder to school every day with sharpened pencils, an eraser and a ruler, in the stationery pouch provided in the folder. Compass and protractor are to be brought to school only on the days the Math teacher specifically asks for them. No sharpeners are allowed to be carried. Please do not send any fancy stationery items. Craft and drawing materials will be given in the school itself.

Academics

  • Five core subjects – English, Mathematics, Marathi, Science and Hindi
  • Additional subjects – Social Studies (History, Geography, EVS, Business Studies)
  • Scholarship training for subjects English, Marathi, Mathematics and Intelligence will also begin from Unit 1. A detailed circular about the teaching approach would follow.
  • Content matter all available on worksheets and through eLearning lectures.
  • Textbooks used in the syllabus
  • Marathi (Std 5 SSC Sulabhbharti)
  • Hindi (Std 6 NCERT Durva)
  • Textbooks to be used as reference
  • Geography (Std 6 NCERT The Earth : Our Habitat)
  • Mathematics and Science (Some topics from the Std 6 NCERT book will be covered)
  • Regular homework would be given to students.
  • All incomplete classwork and assigned homework to be completed at home.
  • Make child practice some writing at home on the weekends.
  • File sheets as they come home.
  • 4 unit tests, periodic class tests in each unit.
  • 10% of the marks in each unit will be reserved for classroom behaviour, punctuality, neat and tidy appearance handing in homework regularly, etc.

Students will be tested on all the core subjects ONLY. These would be written examinations as well as computer based objective tests. Students will have additional oral examinations for English, Marathi and Hindi.

Students must carry their worksheet folder to school every day with sharpened pencils, an eraser and a ruler, in the stationery pouch provided in the folder. Compass and protractor are to be brought to school only on the days the Math teacher specifically asks for them. No sharpeners are allowed to be carried. Please do not send any fancy stationery items. Craft and drawing materials will be given in the school itself.

Academics

  • Six core subjects – English, Mathematics, Science, Marathi, Hindi and Social Studies (History, Geography, Political Science, Business Studies).
  • Preparation for 8th Scholarship begins in Std 6.
  • Content matter to be referred through textbooks, worksheets and eLearning lectures.
  • Textbooks used in the syllabus
  • English (Std 6 NCERT Honeysuckle)
  • Science (Std 6 and 7 NCERT)
  • Mathematics (Std 6 and 7 NCERT)
  • Geography (Std 7 NCERT)
  • History (Std 6 NCERT)
  • Political Science (Std 6 NCERT)
  • Marathi (Std 6 SSC Sulabhbharti)
  • Hindi (Std 6 and 7 NCERT Durva)
  • Regular homework would be given to students.
  • All incomplete classwork and assigned homework to be completed at home.
  • Make child practice some writing at home on the weekends.
  • File sheets as they come home.
  • 4 unit tests, periodic class tests in each unit.
  • 10% of the marks in each unit will be reserved for classroom behaviour, punctuality, neat and tidy appearance, handing in homework regularly, etc.

Students will be tested on all the core subjects ONLY. These would be written examinations as well as computer based objective tests. Students will have additional oral examinations for English, Marathi and Hindi.

Students must carry their worksheet folder to school every day with sharpened pencils, an eraser and a ruler, in the stationery pouch provided in the folder. Compass and protractor are to be brought to school only on the days the Math teacher specifically asks for them. No sharpeners are allowed to be carried. Please do not send any fancy stationery items. Craft and drawing materials will be given in the school itself.

Academics

  • Six core subjects – English, Mathematics, Science, Marathi, Hindi and Social Studies (History, Geography, Political Science, Business Studies).
  • Preparation for 8th Scholarship continues through Std 7.
  • Content matter to be referred through textbooks, worksheets and eLearning lectures.
  • Textbooks used in the syllabus
  • English (Std 7 NCERT Honeycomb)
  • Science (Std 7 and 8 NCERT)
  • Mathematics (Std 7 and 8 NCERT)
  • Geography (Std 8 NCERT)
  • History (Std 7 NCERT)
  • Political Science (Std 7 NCERT)
  • Marathi (Std 7 SSC Sulabhbharti)
  • Hindi (Std 7 NCERT Durva)
  • Regular homework would be given to students.
  • All incomplete classwork and assigned homework to be completed at home.
  • Make child practice some writing at home on the weekends.
  • File sheets as they come home.
  • 4 unit tests, periodic class tests in each unit.
  • 10% of the marks in each unit will be reserved for classroom behaviour, punctuality, neat and tidy appearance, handing in homework regularly, etc.

Students will be tested on all the core subjects ONLY. These would be written examinations as well as computer based objective tests. Students will have additional oral examinations for English, Marathi and Hindi.

If you have to send a note to school, please follow this format. It is very important that you fill in all the fields otherwise the teacher cannot figure out exactly what is to be done, when and for whom.

Date ………

To …………

Subject ………….

Name of child ……………   Class, div ……………  Ref no. ……………

Content of note: …………………………………..

Note valid from ………………….. to ……………………

Parent’s name ……………….     Signature ……………..

 

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