Frequently Asked Questions
Class Pre-Nursery to XII
School timings: 08:00 am – 02:10 pm
CBSE (Central Board of Secondary Education)
Yes. For certain routes decided by the School and subject to change.
- You can download the enrolment form from the website (see enrolment information).
- Please complete the enrolment form and return to the school with the following documentation.
- Birth Certificate.
- Latest school report – (if applicable).
- Transfer certificate from the previous school.
- Please also include any other necessary documentation, e.g. medical, Upon receipt of the enrolment form we will contact you to arrange an interview with the principal.
If your child is unwell then he/she should be kept at home. Please callup school to let us know why your child is absent or send a note citing the reason for his absenteeism in the school diary once he/she joins back.
Unfortunately, sometimes children do meet with accidents or become unwell whilst they are at school and we need to call you. It can add to your child’s distress if we are unable to contact you. Please ensure that we have your updated contact numbers and tell us straight away if these change. We do have a trained Nurse in the school who provides First Aid. If need be, the child is taken to the nearby hospital.
Teachers are busy settling their classes first thing in the morning and can only receive the briefest of messages at that time. They are more easily available at the end of the day when they have dismissed their classes. Teachers are happy to make appointments to see you if you would like a longer chat. Teachers also meet parents on PTM’s.
We expect children to read at home every day. Depending upon your child’s age, other tasks will be set, such as a maths activity, a topic to research or spellings to learn.
We can meet a variety of special needs in school. Please discuss your child’s needs with the teacher. The Special Educational Needs Counsellor will be happy to meet with you to discuss specific concerns.
Ask for an appointment to talk to the class teacher about your concerns. If you are still anxious, please ask to see the respective Academic Coordinator.
This varies from class to class but most classes are between 30 – 35 students per class.
Yes. French, Class V onwards.