• The procedure for admission begins with registration.
  • The registration charges are non refundable.
  • Age limit for Play group 2+, Nursery 3+, as on 1st April.
  • Date of Birth certificate should be from appropriate authority.
  • Management decision will be final in admission of candidates to various classes.

Timings :

  • Play Group & Pre-nursery: 08:15 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. 
  • Nursery, K.G., PREP, 1st to7th Class: 08:15 a.m. to 01:00 p.m. 
  • For Play Group to 7th Class second Saturday of the month will be off. Last working Day of the month will be a Half Day.
  • The school timings must be followed strictly. Please do not bring the child to school too early or too late. Pick up must also be done on time.

The School Uniform :

The school uniform is designed in such a manner so as to keep the students comfortable and look good. The details of the same are available in the school office.

Attendance :

The child should be regular and punctual in the class. Any absence from the class should be brought to knowledge of the teacher in charge through proper entry in the diary. The school is not responsible for child after the school hours.

Transport :

The school does not have its dedicated transport facility. But it certainly would like to have the photograph and other personal details of the Van / Rickshaw / autowalla of the child for the purpose of the record of the school.

Parents –Teacher Meet :

There will be regular parent -teacher meet on every fourth Saturday of the month. If further meeting desired, the parents can meet the Principal or the teacher concerned with prior appointment.

Withdrawal/Transfer Certificate :

A month’s notice in writing should be given by the parents before withdrawing a student from the school, failing which the parent will have to pay the fees for the Quarter.All dues of the school should be paid in full and library books returned before applying for a Transfer Certificate.A transfer certificate will be issued after paying all school dues.

Our Curriculum approach:

High Quality early education leads to lasting cognitive and social benefits in children

  • Meet children's social, emotional, physical, cognitive and language development needs.
  • Become good observers of children.
  • Assess children's needs, interests and abilities in order to plan appropriately.
  • Use a wide range of teaching strategies that call for different learning styles by children and levels of teacher involvement.
  • Create classroom communities where children learn to work together, explore and solve problems.
  • Establish the structure that has to be in place for teachers to teach and children to learn.
  • Plan meaningful learning experiences for children that build on children's interests and knowledge.
  • Integrate the learning of appropriate skills, concepts, and knowledge in literacy, mathematics, science, social studies, the arts, and technology.

Methodology :

DISCOVERY LEARNING through Thematic Approach

The school curriculum and the teaching methodology are designed in such a manner, so as to prompt a child in a world of 'Discovery Learning'. It is based on the latest thoughts and trends in education. A need based, activity oriented and play way curriculum is followed. Stress has been laid on the teaching of English language through Phonetics. The activity-based curriculum has been designed keeping in view the age groups of children and their heterogeneous mental level.

Activity Based Training :

The emphasis is on probing child's curiosity further to make him/her understand the concept. It attempts to promote the overall development of a child. The personalized tender care stimulates the innocent minds to explore, understand, learn & appreciate the finer aspects of life so that the children are well equipped to handle day to day situations without any stress thus giving them strong foundation for success in life. The school follows the C.B.S.E pattern of education with English being the medium of instruction. The school appreciates the importance of adopting the Western way of teaching in terms of Modern scientific temper blending it with the traditions and culture of our country. The broad objective thus is to imbibe in the child an amalgamation of Indian culture and modern scientific temper, which is reflected in our curriculum and teaching methodology.