To ensure rational governance of the school, the Management has framed policies under the areas of Admissions, Education (Language, Assessments and Special Needs) Parental Role and Environment.

The School Management holds complete authorization of the policy documents and can review / change or add in the documents as and when required.

Policy on Admission

The school shall always maintain a healthy teacher-child ratio. In view of this, there are LIMITED SEATS FOR ADMISSION. Hence the admissions shall be open STRICTLY AGAINST VACANCY. Admissions are also limited because of insufficiency of space in classrooms.

  • The school shall abide by the Government Rule for eligibility of age while admitting the students. Thereby, a child seeking admission into Nursery should complete 3 years and 6 months of age as on 31st May.
  • Admission procedure shall be only through online system with effect from academic year 2014-15.
  • The school shall not print any application form/prospectus hereafter.
  • The criteria of preference for admission is as follows:
    1. Sibling (Brother or Sister of the Child) studying/studied in our school.
    2. Children of School Staff (Teaching and Administrative).
    3. Children of parents studied (alumni)in our school.
    4. Children/ Grand children of Ex-Teachers/Staff.
    5. All the others (against distance from school and vacancies).
    6. No recommendation and references shall be entertained in regard to admissions.

Withdrawal / Expultion : In the event of Withdrawal of the child any time after the admissions, NO REFUND OF FEE SHALL BE DONE under any circumstances.

School-Uniform Policy

The school believes in the uniqueness of every child and hence there is no school uniform for general days for all the students (KG to class 12).

However, as a part of Physical Education, the students need to wear specified Uniform during PE days and Sports Day.

School Environmental Policy

The school shall adapt ‘SWACHH AND SUSTAINABLE’ SAIS policy in regard to the environmental safety and security of children and employees.

  • CLEAN ‘N GREEN – Cleanliness audit and maintaining and watering plants shall be a part of everyday chores of the school.
  • LOGISTICS: The logistics department shall make an attempt to purchase recyclable, recycled, and non-toxic and locally produced products as and when required.
  • ENERGY AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT: The Management shall ensure immediate attention towards leakage and be vigilant over unnecessary wastage of water.
  • WASTE MANAGEMENT: The school shall encourage segregation of wastes at source to the maximum. Bio degradable wastes shall be recycled to produce compost.
  • TRANSPORTATION: The transport department shall ensure that periodic pollution control check is conducted for all the school-owned vehicles. The vehicles shall be used judiciously by avoiding unnecessary idling.

Parental Role in Our School

Your Children, Your Children are not your children. 
They are the sons and daughters of Life’s longing for itself. 
They come through you but not from you, yet they belong not to you. You may give them your love but not your thoughts. 
For they have their own thoughts. 
You may house their bodies but not their souls. 
For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow, Which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.
You may strive to be like them, but seek not to make them like you. 
For life goes not backward nor tarries with yesterday. 
You are the bows from which your children  as living arrows are sent forth. 
The archer sees the mark upon the path of the infinite And he bends you with his might that His arrows may go swift and far. 
Let your bending in the Archer’s hand be for Bliss For even as He loves the arrow that flies, So He loves also the bow that is stable. 

– Khalil Gibran

The school believes that the child’s education can be best only when the school and the parents are in partnership and agreement of it. Parents should arrange for appropriate learning environments at home to enable the children to learn, without which children will not be able to perform to their potential. Therefore it is important to understand that your role as parents must be played responsibly by you.

Our students are not encouraged to take tuitions (until Class IV). If parents play their role in the child’s education as expected by the school, then the school takes responsibility of ensuring that every child attains a basic minimum level of learning (unless the child has learning disabilities) in the areas of Mathematics & Language over a period of time.

It was your choice as parents to select the school of your child after having read the details of the vision and its practice. Hence we suggest that you had good faith and knowledge of our school’s vision and confidence in our time tested methodology which is child centric and integral in approach. With your trust that we enjoy, you are requested not to interfere with our academic practices / methodologies. Nevertheless, for doubts and clarification you are welcome to discuss with the Principal/Head.

The school takes the responsibility of providing learning experiences for all the concepts required at middle-school level of ICSE. You are required to follow-up/revise with the learning outcomes periodically. If this is ensured, the child does not need any tuition. However, if it is felt that the child needs extra attention and if you are not able to guide the child for any reason, please see that the child undergoes only revision session rigorously rather than learning a new chapter. Please avoid sending children to tutorial classes which conduct curriculum in their own pace, thereby creating conflicts in the minds of the students. We recommend periodic meeting with concerned teachers in this regard.

Parents should ensure the maximum attendance possible so that your child does not miss out on the learning at school. Although the school will take steps to facilitate the student back on track in case of absenteeism due to ill health, there will be severe limitations to how much the student is able to cope up. Therefore, 75% attendance is compulsory for promotion to the next class unless under exceptional medical circumstances. It is required of the parent to create and nurture an environment conducive and appropriate to a school going child by planning social engagements in line with the school vacations. Also, please ensure that family outings and other gatherings are planned only during holidays. Else, the students’ learning is at stake.

Homework Policy

As there are no formal tests up to Class VII, Children are assessed by giving various tasks. The following can be noted:

  • The school does not believe in overburden of homework and rote learning.
  • Homework on Math is given regularly. However, other subjects are scheduled as per the curriculum requirement for one or two times a week.
  • Term holidays are utilized to give homeworks based on projects, record works or Expression Skills.
  • Children are to be guided for scheduling their Home work with other personal interests.
  • Home work tasks are to be strictly solved by the child. Tuitions shall not be entertained at Primary Level. Parents are suggested to guide the children.

Assessment Policy

As there are no formal tests up to Class VII, children are assessed through various tasks. The following can be noted:

  1. Tasks for assessments are given with or without the knowledge of children / parents.
  2. The assessment tasks may be a part of the concept, chapter or unit. Thus it may feature during or after learning the concept.
  3. Assessment tasks may be given as home work tasks.
  4. Evaluation is based on Rubric and Grades are given by the concerned teacher, which may not necessarily feature in the note books

However, for high school, formative assessments and summative tests are conducted according to the requirement of ICSE curriculum / syllabus along with projects and other activity based skills.

Language Policy

  1. English is the medium of instruction. Only at pre-primary level Mother Tongue is used to facilitate better learning. However, communication in English is mandatory.
  2. The school shall also give priority to the natural order of language development i.e Listening, Speaking, Reading and finally Writing. Thus, emphasis is given on exposure to English language (listening & understanding) and then on speaking & reading and lastly on writing.
  3. The school has adopted ‘Four Language Method’ such as English, Hindi, Telugu and Sanskrit for developing language skills.
  4. Learning of Sanskrit is compulsory till Class VIII and encouraged as IInd language from Class V onwards.
  5. To encourage learning of foreign languages French and German have been introduced as an option from middle-school onwards.

Policy for SEN (Special Educational Need) Children OJAS-TEJAS

The School Management encourages mainstreaming of the children with Behavioural, Social and Emotional Learning Disabilities (BSELD) under SEN Program (Special Educational Needs). There is a special cell called OJAS-TEJAS developed for this purpose with qualified faculty.

To ensure secured educational background for the children with learning disabilities, the school procured accreditation from the NIOS (National Institute of Open School).

The children are provided all the facilities to get trained for Open Schooling. At the same time, to develop social skills, the children are mainstreamed with regular students during general classes.

However, the school shall admit such special students only against vacancies and due interaction with the concerned coordinator..

Withdrawals / Removals /Accidents

  1. Refund of fees – No fees are refundable if the child is withdrawn
    anytime after admission by parents / guardian.
  2. Expulsion by school administration – The school authorities reserve
    the right to expel a student on anyone of the following grounds.
    (a) Undesirable personality traits.
    (b) Undesirable behavior of the parents/guardians.
    Any decision by the school administration will be final.
  3. Accidents – The school does not accept any responsibility for
    accidents that may occur during school hours or during transport to and from the school despite the precautions taken by the school.