Organization of the School
The School has three Sections – KG Wing (Nur to KG II), Junior Wing (Classes I toV) Middle Wings (Classes VI toVIII) and senior wings (Classes IX to X) are guided by Headmistresses under the ultimate supervision of the Principal.
Location of the school
The school is located 3 km from Ashoknagar Railway station in M.P. on Kota Bina railway track.
This school is a fully English Medium (CBSE) school for boys and girls affiliated to Madhya Pradesh Government till class X.
Infrastructure of the School
Three spacious buildings – each with a playground – house the junior and senior sections. Well stacked libraries, laboratories. Kho-Kho & 200 meter track.
Lockers to keep books in school, Counseling & Guidance Centre, Speech & Hearing Therapy Centre, Coaching Classes for sports, Training for Scouts and Guides, Students’ Benevolent Fund and Transportation to and from various locations
The school is proud to have a team of highly qualified and experienced staff in each of the Wings. The teaching staff come from different parts of India. They impart knowledge in strict accordance with the CBSE guidelines. The School provides child-centered learning opportunities so as to explore students’ latent abilities and sharpen their personalities.
The School Academic Year
The academic year start from the 16th of June to the 31st of March. The school has a long break for summer (20th April-15th June) and a short break for winter vacation (October-November), the dates of which are announced during each academic year.
The School Terms –
- First term : June to October. Exam FAI,FAII,SAI
- Second term : November to March. Exam FAIII,FAIV,SAII
We ensure a quality environment in which a professional team of highly skilled academicians provide a broad based educational experience which acknowledges both the need of Society and the potential of the child to contribute according to his/her own strengths and interests.
Meaningful Learning Environment
The Secondary educational program is taught in a meaningful milieu in ‘subject based classrooms’. Classrooms are therefore assigned to subjects and their interiors are subject specific. Thus the teachers have, immediately at hand, plenty of interest-generating teaching aids, ranging from maps, charts and illustrations to computer software, books and models
These classrooms themselves, consequent to the ambience created with subject specific displays, exhibits, books, etc. serve to generate added student interested in respective subjects and enhance academic motivation.
Children are tested every month on selected Units. These tests are very important as the scores are added to the final result considered for promotion. Unit Test report are sent home at the end of every Test Cycle. In order to be promoted each child must score at least 45% and must have 90% attendance.
Courses of Study
The curriculum for class I to X is as CBSE Pattern. A course in “Human Values” is taught to students of all classes. The class-wise details of other subjects are listed as follows: Primary Classes – I to VIII
- 1) English
- 2) Hindi
- 3) Sanskrit
- 4) Mathematics
- 5) EVS
- 6) Science (Physics, Chemistry, Biology from VI to VIII)
- 7) Social Studies (History, Civics and Geography)
- 8) Drawing and painting
- 9) Work Experience
- 10) Physical Education and Games
- 11) Music
- 12) General Knowledge