Frequently Asked Questions
3 years plus as on 31.03.2022
Step 1. Register on the school website Link for Registration Form 2022-2023
Step 2. Submit the details in the registration enquiry form.
Step 3. The date of interaction and document verification will be informed via an email / SMS on the registered mail id and contact number.
Step 4. Online / offline interaction will be conducted with parents and the child.
Step 5. The list of selected candidates will be posted on the school website along with the date of verification of documents.
Registration charges for the AY 2022-23: Rs 800 per applica
Fee structure for all classes and the amount payable at the time of admission is available on the school website Link for Fee Certificate
Within 3 working days from the date of the offer of admission.
Nursery and Prep school begins at 8:30 am and ends at 1:30 pm.
1:15. In Nursery, there are 2 teachers in a class of 30 children. There is a class teacher and an assistant teacher who is equally responsible for the children.
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The school is affiliated with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). We have a specially designed curriculum for Pre Primary and Primary classes mapped to the guidelines of NEP 2020, National Council of Educational Research and Training NCERT and learning outcomes prescribe d by CBSE. The activity-based curriculum is designed by our team of academic advisors and teachers.
The middle school curriculum is based on the syllabus prescribed by NCERT. It encourages students to work on projects and application of knowledge in a real situation through various multiple subject enrichment activities.
The secondary and senior school curriculum is completely based on the curriculum prescribed by CBSE.
You can visit the NCERT and CBSE website at www.ncert.nic.in and https://c bseacademic.nic.in/index.html to familiarise yourself with their recommendations.
Grade VI onwards, students can opt for French / German or Sanskrit as the third language.
English, Hindi, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies and Computers
Std. I-VI: The school follows the Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation system.
The assessment system involves a mix of end of concept tests, projects,
presentations and quizzes, writing and oral skills to assess the attitude, interest and conceptual understanding. A record of the academic progress is kept and shared periodically with parents. Strategies for enhancing the student’s growth are being continuously updated and designed.
The assessment system provides ample opportunities for our learners to
become aware of their learning outcomes, assessment criteria, set goals for themselves, monitor their learning, reflect on the evidence of their learning, self-evaluate, and self-modify.
The process of consistent feedback helps in making assessments a more continuous and enriching process. Several tools—which include rubrics,
teacher/ parent observations and self and peer evaluations—are used to assess learning.
The focus is on assessment for learning rather than on learning for assessment. In addition to the formative assessments, one year-end Mathematics and English assessment will be held for classes 3 and 5.
Only grades are awarded to the students based on their performance in the assessments and classroom participation.
Std. VII-VIII: For the students of VII-IX & XI, a uniform system of assessment and examination is followed through two terms (April-September) and (October–March). All CBSE affiliated schools follow the prescribe d syllabus as determined by the CBSE Board.
Various outdoor experiences or expeditions are designed for students regularly within the projects and themes they work on and are directly linked to the grade-level learning goals. These experiences provide real hands-on opportunities to learn about people, places and cultures. It allows the students to see how things work and help them to develop a systemic understanding of different habitats and systems.
This learning also includes interaction with experts who conduct seminars and workshops as well as trips off c amp us for service projects and other community-based activities.
Class Assemblies are a regular feature. Each section gets to conduct an assembly at least 2-3 times a year and showcase their talent.
Quizzes related to subjects or general awareness are held at all levels. We also conduct intersection competitions/activities such as Spell Bee, Debate, Recitation, Elocution, Maths Buzz, Show and Tell, Science Exhibitions etc. to promote a healthy competitive spirit and allow all students to participate.
All festivals and special days are celebrated.
At the end of the year, the school host s an annual cultural show. It has 100 per cent participation by all students.
Football, basketball, cricket, tennis, theatre, chess, western and Indian
dance, music, art, clay modelling, skating, taekwondo, aerobics, robotics, theatre are offered to the Primary students.
Additional activities like swimming, carpentry etc. are provided from class VI onwards. Most activities take place twice a week . Some activities take place once a week.
Local educational trips in and around Noida & Delhi are arranged regularly for all classes. (Included in the fee structure)
Adventure camps are held for students from classes Nursery to V.
Excursions to hill stations, sanctuaries or to cities of historical importance,
adventure c amps etc. are also arranged for the students of classes III, IV, V. (These outings are optional. Parents have to pay additional charges)
Certain extra- curricular activities are in the house for which an additional fee is not charged. But for some extracurricular activities, you have to pay an additional fee- Chess, Tennis, Taekwondo, Skating etc.
We run the Bhaichung Bhutia Football Academy, Cricket academy, and Lawn Tennis academy after school.
In the Primary classes, we have 40 students per section.
The student-teacher ratio is 1:26
We have a learning Centre at the school to take care of the students with learning difficulties. They are provided additional support by the Special educators during the tests. The students also attend additional classes at the learning Centre with the consent of their parents. They do not compromise on their regular teaching periods. Their activity periods are adjusted as per the requirement of the student.
Community service is a regular feature within and outside the school. Children visit the orphanage, old age home, a school for the visually impaired during the Diwali season, Christmas and Karamchaari Diwas.