The school currently uses ‘Class Dojo’, a mobile application where parents, teachers and school leaders are connected. Through the application, teachers will be able to post updates on the daily work done in school as well as share feedback for parents. Parents can also use the Application to communicate to teachers and get updates on administrative matters.
In addition to Class Dojo, the school also uses the following modes of communication
The school hours are currently from 9am-3.45pm. Students are to report to school by 8.50am in the morning and be prepared for their first lesson.
The Curriculum that the school will be adopting is the International Baccalaureate Primary Years Program (IB PYP) inspired- curriculum. The School places a lot of emphasis on Academics, creative thinking, critical thinking and exposure to sports and arts activities
The subjects that will be taught are
There are 4 academic terms per year.
Term 1 : Jan – March
Term 2 : March – May
Term 3 : July – September
Term 4 : September – Nov
The Examination Schedule will be
Common Test 1 : March
Mid-Year Examinations : May
Common Test 2 : August
Final Year Examinations : Nov
The school currently offers Hindi, Tamil and Mandarin as second languages. For Third Language, students can opt between French and Mandarin.
Yes. After the school hours, we have external vendors who will be using some of the classrooms in our premises. Parents may reach out to them and make arrangements for students to stay back in school.
The activities are conducted within school hours. Every year, each student will be allowed to choose one sports activity and one arts activity that they would go on to do for a year. The current sports activity options that the school offers are Football, Taekwondo and Rhythmic Gymnastics whereas the arts options are Vocal Music, Fusion Dance and Guitar. In subsequent years, more activities will be added.
Yes. As long as there are places available and that students meet all entrance requirements, we are able to admit students throughout the year as we understand that some relocation plans are unforeseen or last minute.
After each examination, there will be report slips given and at the end of the academic year, a certificate will be given to state that the students have completed their respective grades.
For Grades 1-3, there will be 15 students per class and for grades 4 and 5, there will be 18 students per class. The class sizes are kept relatively small so that there is more individual attention, increased participation and better communication between the teachers and students.
Students may bring their own packed lunch. Parents who are not able to provide lunch at home may choose to make catering arrangements at school where the students can opt for either a vegetarian or non-vegetarian menu for the month.
For admissions into grade 1-3 of 2019, the admission procedure will be
⦁ Either fill up the enquiry form or fix and appointment to head over to our school
⦁ For Grade 2 or 3 admission, placement tests will be conducted in English and Mathematics.
⦁ Submit the relevant documents and pay the registration fees. Further details can be found on our admission process page.