• Admissions open for Pre-KG, KG-1, KG-2, Grades 1 to IX & Grade XI (AS Level) for the Academic Year 2024-25. Online application will be available from November1, 2023



Classwork: Class work helps to empower both teachers and students to improve the quality of learning in the classroom. It acts as one of the assessment strategies wherein students’ punctuality completion and quality of the work and submission are evaluated. The notebooks of the students will be corrected by the teachers regularly. Students should finish their notes on time and submit the same for the correction. In case a student takes leave then he/she has to complete the notes upon his/her return.

Homework Policy: HomeWorks serves to develop regular study skills and ability to complete assignments independently. Students are encouraged to develop as independent learners, and doing homework is one of the main ways in which the skill of independent learning can be acquired.

Lesson Extension Activities

Work Sheets: Work sheets for all the subjects will be given to the students as and when required.

Projects: Teachers will give small projects to the students. The main aim of the projects is to learn by doing. Keeping this objective in mind, teachers will select topics related to each chapter.

Internal Assessment: The academic year is divided into two terms. Each term will have a set of class tests, a mid-review and a term review.

Marks Awarded:

Mid Reviews: 25 for each subject

Term Reviews: 50 for each subject

Internal Assessment: 20 (once in each term)

Progress Report: A detailed report on the students’ academic and co-curricular progress will be given to the parents after each Mid Review and Term Review.

Open House: Parent-teacher meetings are arranged periodically to evaluate the overall development of the students. They are arranged class-wise.


1) Promotion is granted on the basis of the general progress of the pupil during the academic year, not merely on the results of the Annual Review. The records of periodic tests, Mid Reviews, Terminal Reviews etc., will be taken into account at the time of promotion.

 2) A minimum attendance of 75% of the total working days of the academic year is compulsory for promotion.

3) Results declared at the end of the year are final and will not be reconsidered. Results will be withheld, if fees or dues are in default.



With a view to motivate students to achieve greater heights in the Board Examinations, mementoes have been instituted for outstanding performances in the IGCSE and A Level Examinations. The mementoes are awarded on the Merit Day conducted every year in the school.


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