Academics

Group I - External Examination

(1) English (2) Environmental Education (3) Hindi/Malayalam (4) History, Geography and Civics and the project works (5) Mathematics (6) Science Physics, Chemistry and Biology Theory and Practical (7) Economics and its project work.

Group II - Internal Examination

(1) Socially Useful Productive Work and Community Service

(2) Education in Moral and Spiritual values.

(3) Art and Physical Education.

Classes

1. We have two pre-primary classes (lower Kindergarten and Upper Kindergarten) and standards I to XII.

2.    Progress cards will be issued within a week after the examination and will be collected back with in 3 days.

3.    The students will have to report to the school in full and neat uniform as given in the diary.

4.    Clear the dues of the school promptly.

5.    Students are allowed to bring only study materials to the class. No ornaments please.

6.    On all working days attendance is compulsory. Exemption is given on medical grounds only.

7.    The students will have to report to the class on the re-opening day. A fine of Rs. 50/- will be charged per day of late reporters.

8.    Do not send drinking water in liquor bottles.

9.    Please call on the class teacher at least once a month.

10.  Look into the diary of your ward every day and encourage your ward to study 4 to 5 hours on an average everyday.

11.  Teach your children to respect others, have polite manners and decent behaviour.

12.  Encourage your wards to converse in English wherever it is possible.

13.  Collect the Progress Report of your ward from the class teacher on the day of PTA Meeting.accurately.

(d)   The academic year starts in May and ends in March. The academic year consists of three terms. May to August, September to December and January to March. Holidays are given from the third week of March to the third week of May. The mid-summer vacation is for a period of two months.

(e)   The medium of instruction is English. However the national language and mother tongue are assigned a vital role in the curriculum, in conformity with the three language formula of our national educational policy. Malayalam is taught from Upper K.G and Hindi, from standard II. Either Malayalam or Hindi can be taken as second language for the I.C.S.E. examination.