School Rules & Guidelines

School Rules & Guidelines

A set of rules play a key role in enabling children realize the true value of integrity and the school firmly believes that students can realize their true potential through self discipline.

Rules And Norms

It is imperative for parents to come for Orientations, PTMs and Result declaration in order to be aware of their ward’s progress. Parents’ presence during the theatre presentations, annual days and special event days become a motivating factor for their wards to perform better and be closely involved in the school curriculum.
Parents can meet teachers, on the working Saturday with prior intimation.

If parents wish to discuss academics, it is recommended that they bring along their ward’s notebooks. Except for these Saturdays, parents are requested to make prior appointment, through the school diary, with the teacher or counsellor, whenever necessary.
Parent Teacher Meetings (as per dates given in the calendar) should be attended regularly. These meetings are held to discuss the performance and progress of the children.

School Visits And Interaction

 It is imperative for parents to come for Orientations, PTMs and Result declaration in order to be aware of their ward’s progress. Parents’ presence during the theatre presentations, annual days and special event days become a motivating factor for their wards to perform better and be closely involved in the school curriculum.

  • Parents can meet teachers, on the working Saturday with prior intimation
  • If parents wish to discuss academics, it is recommended that they bring along their ward’s notebooks. Except for these Saturdays, parents are requested to make prior appointment, through the school diary, with the teacher or counsellor, whenever necessary.
  • Parent Teacher Meetings (as per dates given in the calendar) should be attended regularly. These meetings are held to discuss the performance and progress of the children.

Parental Cooperation

  • Parents are requested to co-operate and support in the proper functioning of the school by enforcing regularity and discipline in their wards, ensuring the school rules are observed both by them and their wards
  • Parents visiting the school for any reason must have a valid school identity card. The parent must co-operate with the security guards as these steps are meant for the security of all the children.
  • Parents are not permitted to enter the classrooms or meet the class teachers during school hours. In special cases the teachers may be met with prior appointment only at the school reception.
  • Parents are requested to inform the school in writing if there is any change in particulars like name, address, telephone number etc.
  • The school accepts no responsibility for any injury due to any accident caused by the negligence of the bus driver, or any road hazard during picnics and excursions.
  • The school accepts no responsibility for any injury within the school premises. Only First Aid shall be provided in such cases. All major expenses will be borne by the parent/guardian.
  • It is recommended that parents should check the CBSE website regularly to keep themselves updated.
  • Parents can keep track of their ward’s academic performance/attendance on the parent portal
  • PTM’s are held periodically as mentioned in the school calendar.

Contact Details:

School Office Junior Wing info.csnjr@cambridgeschool.edu.in
School Office Senior swing info.csn@cambridgeschool.edu.in
Admin Officer / Transport ao.csn@cambridgeschool.edu.in

Orientation Programmes

For Classes VI & IX April 2, 2022
For Classes VII & VIII April 16, 2022
FFor Classes X & XII May 7, 2022
For Class XI July 16, 2022

PTM Timings – 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m.

Meeting the Principal – The Principal will be available to meet parents on all working days with prior appointment.

School Diary

  • Every student must carry the diary to school daily.
  • Parents must read the contents of the diary carefully, and abide by the rules laid down.
  • It is important to fill up the first pages of the diary. This information is required if the teachers need to get in touch with parents. This can sometimes be critical. Any changes in address or phone number must be communicated to the class teacher in writing, failing which the school may not be able to inform/consult parents in case of a medical emergency.
  • The school diary serves as a ready planner. Besides being a convenient means of communication between the teacher and the parent, the children also use it for noting homework. Parents must go through the diary every day and sign entries from the school, if any.
  • In case a child has visited the medical room, an entry is made in the school diary by the medical officer, for information and necessary follow-up.
  • If any parent wishes to meet a teacher, an appointment should be sought through the diary. The student should be instructed to show the parent’s written note to the concerned teacher.
  • Rules and regulations printed in the diary can be altered at any time, at the discretion of the school.

Attendance and Absence

  1. The parents of children who have been absent on the previous day must make an entry in the diary,on the pages given for this purpose.
  2. Children from class II onwards must also bring their own “leave letter”, duly signed by the parents. These must be addressed to the teacher and should be written by the children themselves. Parents are requested to ensure their children do not give false reasons for their absence.
  3. Prior permission should be taken from the class teacher, if a student is going to be absent from school for more than 5 working days.
  • The school reserves the right to dismiss a student who is irregular in attendance, whose academic progress is repeatedly unsatisfactory, whose conduct in the school or outside is harmful to other students or whose parents show little or no interest in the progress of their wards.
  • Attendance on the first and last working day (before and after vacation) is compulsory.
  • Parents should maintain the ‘absenteeism record’ of their ward. Especially for periodic tests, leave applications must be submitted to the Principal with a medical certificate attached within 48 hours of joining the school in case the student was unwell.
  • 75% attendance is mandatory as prescribed by CBSE to be eligible to appear for exams.
  • In case of long absence for more than 5 days, without intimation to the school, the name of the student will be struck off after 10 days from the school rolls. Re-admission will be only at the discretion of the Principal.

school Life

  1. Fee bill will be uploaded on the parent portal at the beginning of every quarter (April, July, October and January)
  2. School fee is collected quarterly 2. Alterations on the fee bill will not be accepted.
  1. The school fee including bus fee is due during the first 15 days of April, July, October and January each year. In case the last day for payment happens to be a holiday, the next working day will be considered the last day.
  2. During the due period, parents can pay the fees by any one of the following methods:
  • In the Drop Box placed at the school gate: By cheque/ DD along with the fee slip between 8.00 am to 2.00 pm.
  • At school’s office: By cheque along with the fee slip between 8.15 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
  • At Bank: By cash along with the fee slip at the Indian Bank, E-16B/1 Sec. 30, Noida, UP-201301 only, between 10.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m. Monday to Saturday. (2nd and 4th Saturdays are bank holidays)
  • Online payment: through school website noida.cambridgeschool.edu.in
  1. Cheques should be made in favour of “CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL – Noida”. Parents must write the student’s name, class with section, admission number and a contact number at the back of the cheque.
  2. The fee must be paid in full. Part payment is not accepted.
  3. Post-dated and non CTS cheques are not accepted.
  4. Parents who wish to pay the fees in advance for six months or one year may do so using the fee bills issued by the school. An incentive of 2500 will be given if the fees for the entire year is paid in advance (in April only).
  5.  Bus fee, payable quarterly, will be charged along with the school fee except for Class X & XII where the bus fee will be charged six monthly. No bus fee is charged for the month of June. No bus withdrawal will be allowed in the fourth quarter.
  6. A fine of 500/- would be charged in case a cheque is dishonoured for any reason.
  7. Bus facility will be withdrawn from students if the due school fees are not received within one month of the due period.
  8. In case of late payment of fees along with fine(also in case of dishonour of cheque), parents will be required to pay the fees, dishonour charges and fine, applicable as per schedule for that quarter, either online or by Demand Draft at the school’s office.
  9. Fine will be charged after the last day of payment as given in the fee booklet. No reminder or intimation will be sent by the school. After the fine period is over, further delay would lead to the removal of the student’s name from the school rolls. Should a parent want the child to continue in the school, re-admission would be at the discretion of the Head of School.
OPTIONAL ACTIVITY FEES
  1. Fees for all optional activities are payable along with the school fees.
  2. All optional fees will remain applicable to a child unless a written application for withdrawal is received. Such application of withdrawal should reach the school office before 15th of the preceding month else fee for both months shall be charged as notice fee.
  3. Unless an application for withdrawal is received in writing before the fees become payable, it will be taken that children opting for activities in the previous quarter will continue with those activities in the next quarter.
WITHDRAWAL
  1. Only the parents/legal guardians of a student are authorized to submit an application for withdrawal of the student from the school. Such an application requires signatures of both parents.
  2. The application procedure for withdrawal from the school consists of completing the withdrawal form and the feedback form which are available in the school office, clearing all fees due and returning library books issued.
  3. In case of withdrawal of a child from the school or from the school bus (except in the last quarter) or from any optional activity, during the course of the session, one month’s notice is required in writing.
  4. No bus withdrawal will be allowed in the fourth quarter.
  5. If an application for withdrawal is received after the tenth of a particular month, the fees for the following month will also be payable as notice fee. Notice fee includes all fees applicable to a child.
  6. Transfer Certificates are issued within eight working days, only after the above procedure has been completed.
TRANSPORT
  1. The school has an arrangement with an external agency for plying on various bus routes. The school reserves the right to discontinue the bus service without assigning any reason.
  2. The school tries its best to comply with the rules and regulations of the authorities concerned. However, it will not be responsible for any disruption in the bus service due to orders of the Transport Authorities or any other authority.
  3. The school follows all safety regulations, but will not be responsible in case of a mishap or accident on the way.
  4. Routes of the school buses are drawn up after considering the convenience of most parents. However, the decision of the school authorities on bus routes, timing and pickup points of the buses will be final.
  5. A minimum of one month’s notice is required before a student can discontinue the use of school transport.
  6. Students wishing to avail the bus facility or discontinue from mid- session or those who wish to avail the bus facility for a short while will have to pay bus charges for the entire month.
  7. Parents should update any changes in phone numbers/bus stop/ address at the school office.
  8. Children using the bus are expected to behave in an orderly and disciplined manner. The school reserves the right to withdraw the bus facility to any student without assigning any reason, by giving a week’s written notice.
  9. Students are not allowed to change their buses for any reason e.g. visiting friends or relatives. If any change has to be made, parents are requested to come personally and pick-up the student and inform the bus in-charge. If a child is not going back home by his/her regular transport, the school must be informed by sending an application to the teacher in charge of the respective bus route.
  10. Students must not damage, disfigure or destroy the fittings of the buses. Cost of any damage to cushions, covers, curtains or any other fittings and fixtures in the bus shall be recovered from the parents of the student(s) concerned.

Transport services have been outsourced to ensure smooth running of buses for pick and drop arrangements at the designated time

-All efforts are made to comply with the rules and regulations of the concerned Transport authorities. However, school will not be held responsible for any disruption in the bus service due to orders of the Road & Transport Authorities.

– All safety rules are adhered to, however, school will not be responsible in case of any mishap on the roads.

– The bus routes are designed with diligence and due deliberation after considering the convenience of most parents. However, the decision of the school authorities on bus routes, timing and pickup points of the buses will be final. A minimum of one month’s notice is required before a student can discontinue the use of school transport.

– Students wishing to avail the bus facility or discontinue from mid- session or those who wish to avail the bus facility for a short while will have to pay bus charges for the entire month.Parents should update any changes in phone numbers/bus stop/ address at the school office.

-Orderly and disciplined behaviour is expected from bus users. The school reserves the right to withdraw the bus facility of any student indulging in inappropriate behaviour by giving a week’s written notice.

-Students are not allowed to change their buses for any reason e.g. visiting friends or relatives . If any change has to be made, parents are requested to come personally and pick-up the student and inform the bus in-charge. If a child is not going back home by his/her regular transport, the school must be informed by sending an application to the teacher in charge of the respective bus route.

-Students must not damage, disfigure or destroy the fittings of the buses. Cost of any damage to cushions, covers, curtains or any other fittings and fixtures in the bus shall be recovered from the parents of the student(s) concerned.

DISCIPLINE
  • No student will be allowed to leave the premises during school hours unless permission has been sought in writing and given by the school counselors or medical officer.
  • In case of a medical problem the medical officer, counselor or headmistress may decide to call the parents and ask for a child to be taken home.
  • Violent and abusive behavior within the school premises will be strictly dealt with.
  • Strict action will be taken against indiscipline and abusive behavior inside and outside the classroom.
  • Student will have to fill a referral form (first time offence).
  • Repetition of offence will lead to suspension up to 3 days.
DAMAGE TO SCHOOL PROPERTY
  • Students are expected to treat all members of the staff and visitors with respect.
  • Habitual indiscipline and disrespectful behavior towards teachers, damage to school property and harmful conduct towards other students, will be a sufficient reason for suspension from the school.
CHILDREN’S PROPERTY
  1. All uniform items, books and stationery should have the name and class of the child to whom they belong. The school is not responsible for any loss.
  2. Children should bring water bottles and home-cooked food to school.
  3. Large sums of money, mobile phones, jewellery, expensive toys and other items should not be brought to school.
ELECTRONIC GADGETS AND MOBILES
  • Cell phones and other electronic gadgets are not permitted. If the student has to carry a cell phone for any reason, he/she should surrender the mobile properly labeled with his name, class and cell number at the reception in the morning at 8am.
  • If the student is found using or carrying the mobile during school hours, the mobile will be confiscated and returned only after the student passes out of the school.
  • A fine of Rs. 1,500 will be charged from the students and parents will be informed.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
  1. In an effort to sensitize our students and instill a sense of responsibility towards those less fortunate than them, the school encourages its students to contribute clothes, toys, and small amounts of money towards the under-privileged. These contributions are used by NGOs with whom our senior students interact, or they are used during natural calamities.
  2. The school tries to develop eco-friendly habits in the children. Towards this end, we actively discourage the use of plastic and encourage children to re-use stationery whenever possible. Please do not send your child’s lunch or other material which he might need to carry, in a plastic bag.
SCHOOL UNIFORM
  • Students should come to school in the correct and prescribed school uniform at all times.
  • Students must always have their nails trimmed, shoes polished and hair neatly combed. Nail polish, dangling ear adornments and fancy jewellery are not permitted. Trendy hairstyles, coloring and streaking of hair is not permitted. Long hair must be plaited or tied up neatly.
  • Students should wear their identity card at all times and will not be permitted inside the school without one even during examinations/ extra class or any other work during the school hours.
  • Students who come with wrong shoes, jackets or any other accessory which is not part of the school uniform will be confiscated and sent for donations for the under privileged under the community services programme.
  • Non Sikh boys are not permitted to keep long hair and must be well groomed with regular haircuts at all times.
  • Girls should tie their hair with a light blue rubber band or ribbon.
IDENTITY CARD
  1. Students must wear their identity cards during school hours and while traveling to and from school.
  2. For new admissions, the ID card form is filled up along with the admission formalities.
  3. At the end of the session, parents are given a form to confirm information on the identity card for the next session.
  4. In case an identity card is lost or parents wish to change the information on the card (for instance if there is a change of address), a form is available in the school office. This form can be filled up and submitted in the office along with`50/-for each card required. Once the new card is ready it will be sent to the child in his/her respective class.
  5. Besides the student’s ID card, parents must get duplicate ID cards made. These cards will be required for entry into the school.
BIRTHDAYS AND GIFTS (FOR PRE-PRIMARY TO CLASS-V)

Birthdays are important milestones for children of all ages.

  1. Children are not allowed to bring anything other than toffees for their classmates. In keeping with our commitment to reduce the use of plastic, the children will be encouraged to make eco bricks out of the toffee wrappers.
  2. Other items, if sent, will be returned without distribution.
  3. All students celebrating a birthday in a particular month will be recognized in a group celebration during one of our morning assemblies.
  4. Though children must come to school in their school uniform, a birthday badge will be given to them to wear for the day.
GIFTS

While the school appreciates the children’s affection and regard for their teachers, particularly on Teacher’s Day, no flowers, readymade cards, pens or any gifts purchased from the market will be accepted. Any gifts on Teacher’s Day, or any other occasion, must be hand-made by the children themselves.

MEDICAL ADVISORY

A student suffering from any contagious or infectious disease is not permitted to attend school till he/she has fully recovered. On return to school, a medical fitness certificate duly signed by a Registered Medical Practitioner should be submitted to the office.

  • Covid – In accordance with DIOS / UP Government guidelines
  • Chicken Pox – Till the scabs fall off i.e. at least 15 days
  • Measles- Two weeks after the rash disappears
  • Mumps – Till the swelling has completely gone i.e. about one month
  • Whooping Cough – Till the doctor certifies
  • Hepatitis – Till the doctor certifies i.e. not less than 20 days
  • Cholera – Till the child has completely recovered i.e. about 15 days

The quarantine period recommended by the doctor must be followed for all communicable diseases. Post recovery relevant documents/ fitness certificate must be furnished at the time of rejoining.

SUBJECTS OFFERED

The school tries to inculcate in all students a love for learning through sound academics which is imparted by a team of dedicated and competent teachers through the plethora of subjects offered at all levels of K-12 education. The academic subjects offered are listed as-

Pre Primary Level
Nursery – English, Mathematics, EVS
Prep – English, Hindi, Mathematics, EVS

Primary level (Classes I to V)
English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies

Middle school Level (VI-VIII)
English, Hindi, 3rd Lang-Sanskrit/ French/German, Mathematics, Science and Social Science, HPE, Art, Dance, Music and Work Experience

Secondary Level (IX-X)
English, Hindi /Sanskrit/ French/German, Mathematics, Science and Social Science, Health and Physical Education and Work Experience.
Vocational Subjects-
Class IX- Artificial Intelligence

12. Bus facility will be withdrawn from students if the due school fees are not received within one month of the due period.

13. In case of late payment of fees along with fine(also in case of dishonour of cheque), parents will be required to pay the fees, dishonour charges and fine, applicable as per schedule for that quarter, either online or by Demand Draft at the school’s office.

14. Fine will be charged after the last day of payment as given in the fee booklet. No reminder or intimation will be sent by the school. After the fine period is over, further delay would lead to the removal of the student’s name from the school rolls. Should a parent want the child to continue in the school, re-admission would be at the discretion of the Head of School.

OPTIONAL ACTIVITY FEES

1. Fees for all optional activities are payable along with the school fees.

2. All optional fees will remain applicable to a child unless a written application for withdrawal is received. Such application of withdrawal should reach the school office before 15th of the preceding month else fee for both months shall be charged as notice fee.

3. Unless an application for withdrawal is received in writing before the fees become payable, it will be taken that children opting for activities in the previous quarter will continue with those activities in the next quarter.

WITHDRAWAL

1. Only the parents/legal guardians of a student are authorized to submit an application for withdrawal of the student from the school. Such application requires signatures of both parents.

2. The application procedure for withdrawal from the school consists of completing the withdrawal form and the feedback form which are available in the school office, clearing all fees due and returning library books issued.

3. In case of withdrawal of a child from the school or from the school bus (except in the last quarter) or from any optional activity, during the course of the session, one month’s notice is required in writing.

4. No bus withdrawal will be allowed in the fourth quarter.

5. If an application for withdrawal is received after the tenth of a particular month, the fees for the following month will also be payable as notice fee. Notice fee includes all fees applicable to a child.

6. Transfer Certificates are issued within eight working days, only after the above procedure has been completed.

 

TRANSPORT

1. The school has an arrangement with an external agency for plying on various bus routes. The school reserves the right to discontinue the bus service without assigning any reason.

2. The school tries its best to comply with the rules and regulations of the authorities concerned. However, it will not be responsible for any disruption in the bus service due to orders of the Transport Authorities or any other authority.

3. The school follows all safety regulations, but will not be responsible in case of amishap or accident on the way.

4. Routes of the school buses are drawn up after considering the convenience of most parents. However, the decision of the school authorities on routing, timing and pickup points of the bus will be final.

5. A minimum of one month’s notice is required before a student can discontinue the use of school transport.

6. Students wishing to avail the bus facility or discontinue from mid- session or those who wish to avail the bus facility for a short while will have to pay bus charges for the entire month.

7. Parents should update any changes in phone numbers/bus stop/ address at the school office.

8. Children using the bus are expected to behave in an orderly and disciplined manner. The school reserves the right to withdraw the bus facility to any student without assigning any reason, by giving a week’s written notice.

9. Students are not allowed to change their buses for any reason e.g. visiting friends or relatives. If any change has to be made, parents are requested to come personally and pick-up the student and inform the bus in-charge. If a child is not going back home by his/her regular transport, the school must be informed by sending an application to the teacher in charge of the respective bus route.

10. Students must not damage, disfigure or destroy the fittings of the buses. Cost of any damage to cushions, covers, curtains or any other fittings and fixtures in the bus shall be recovered from the parents of the student(s) concerned.

DISCIPLINE
  • No student will be allowed to leave the premises during school hours unless permission has been sought in writing and given by the school counselors or medical officer.
  • In case of a medical problem the medical officer, counselor or headmistress may decide to call the parents and ask for a child to be taken home.
  • Violent and abusive behavior within the school premises will be strictly dealt with.
  • Strict action will be taken against indiscipline and abusive behavior inside and outside the class room.
  • Student will have to fill a referral form (first time offence).
  • Repetition of offence will lead to suspension up to 3 days.
DAMAGE TO SCHOOL PROPERTY
  • Students are expected to treat all members of the staff and visitors with respect.
  • Habitual indiscipline and disrespectful behavior towards teachers, damage to school property and harmful conduct towards other students, maybe a sufficient reason for suspension from the school.
CHILDREN’S PROPERTY

1. All uniform items, books and stationery should have the name and class of the child to whom they belong. The school is not responsible for any loss.

2. Children should bring water bottles and home-cooked food to school.

3. Large sums of money, mobile phones, jewellery, expensive toys and other items should not be brought to school.

ELECTRONIC GADGETS AND MOBILES
  • Cell phones and other electronic gadgets are not permitted. If the student has to carry a cell phone for any reason, he/she should surrender the mobile properly labeled with his name, class and cell number at the reception in the morning at 8am.
  • If the student is found using or carrying the mobile during school hours, the mobile will be confiscated and returned only after the student passes out of the school.
  • A fine of Rs. 1,500 will be charged from the students and parents will be informed.
SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

1. In an effort to sensitize our students and instill a sense of responsibility towards those less fortunate than them, the school has initiated ‘Friday Collection’ from children and teachers of classes I-XII. Contributions of outgrown clothes, toys and small amounts of cash (less than Rs. 10) can be given to the class teachers on Fridays. These contributions are used by NGOs with whom our senior students interact, or they are used during national calamities.

2. The school tries to develop eco-friendly habits in the children. Towards this end, we actively discourage the use of plastic and encourage children to re-use stationery whenever possible. Please do not send your child’s lunch or other material which he might need to carry, in a plastic bag.

SCHOOL UNIFORM
  • Students should come to school in correct and prescribed school uniform at all times.
  • Students must always have their nails trimmed, shoes polished and hair neatly combed. Nail polish, dangling ear adornments and fancy jewellery are not permitted. Trendy hairstyles, coloring and streaking of hair is not permitted. Long hair must be plaited or tied up neatly.
  • Students should wear their identity card at all times and will not be permitted inside the school without one even during examinations/ extra class or any other work during the school hours.
  • Students who come with wrong shoes, jackets or any other accessory which is not part of the school uniform will be confiscated and sent for donations for the under privileged under the community services programme.
  • Non Sikh boys are not permitted to keep long hair and must be well groomed with regular haircut at all times.
  • Girls should tie their hair with light blue rubber band or ribbon.
IDENTITY CARD

1. Students must wear their identity cards during school hours and while travelling to and from school.

2. For new admissions, the ID card form is filled up along with the admission formalities.

3. At the end of the session, parents are given a form to confirm information on the identity card for the next session.

4. In case an identity card is lost or parents wish to change the information on the card (for instance if there is a change of address), a form is available in the school office. This form can be filled up and submitted in the office along with`50/-for each card required. Once the new card is ready it will be sent to the child in his/her respective class.

5. Besides the student’s ID card, parents must get duplicate ID cards made. These cards will be required for entry in to the school.

BIRTHDAYS AND GIFTS (FOR PRE-PRIMARY TO CLASS-V)

Birthdays are important milestones for children of all ages.

1. Children are not allowed to bring anything other than toffees for their classmates. In keeping with our commitment to reduce the use of plastic, the children will be encouraged to make eco bricks out of the toffee wrappers.

2. Other items, if sent, will be returned without distribution.

3. All students celebrating a birthday in a particular month will be recognized in a group celebration during one of our morning assemblies.

4. Though children must come to school in their school uniform, a birthday badge will be given to them to wear for the day.

GIFTS

While the school appreciates the children’s affection and regard for their teachers, particularly on Teacher’s Day, no flowers, readymade cards, pens or any gifts purchased from the market will be accepted. Any gifts on Teacher’s Day, or any other occasion, must be hand-made by the children themselves.

MEDICAL ADVISORY

A student suffering from any contagious or infectious disease is not permitted to attend school till he/she has fully recovered. On return to school, a medical fitness certificate duly signed by a Registered Medical Practitioner should be submitted to the office.

  • Covid – In accordance with DIOS / UP Government guidelines
  • Chicken Pox – Till the scabs fall off i.e. at least 15 days
  • Measles- Two weeks after the rash disappears
  • Mumps – Till the swelling has completely gone i.e. about one month
  • Whooping Cough – Till the doctor certifies
  • Hepatitis – Till the doctor certifies i.e. not less than 20 days
  • Cholera – Till the child has completely recovered i.e. about 15 days

The quarantine period recommended by the doctor must be followed for all communicable diseases. Post recovery relevant documents/ fitness certificate must be furnished at the time of rejoining.

SUBJECTS OFFERED

The school tries to inculcate in all students a love for learning through sound academics which is imparted by a team of dedicated and competent teachers through the plethora of subjects offered at all levels of K-12 education. The academic subjects offered are listed as-

Pre Primary Level
Nursery – English, Mathematics, EVS
Prep – English, Hindi, Mathematics, EVS

Primary level (Classes I to V)
English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies

Middle school Level (VI-VIII)
English, Hindi, 3rd Lang-Sanskrit/ French/German, Mathematics, Science and Social Science, HPE, Art, Dance, Music and Work Experience

Secondary Level (IX-X)
English, Hindi /Sanskrit/ French/German, Mathematics, Science and Social Science,Health and Physical Education and Work Experience.
Vocational Subjects-
Class IX- Artifical Intelligence
Class X – Artifical Intelligence

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