(Affiliated to CBSE - Estd.1984)
Royapeta, NARSAPUR - 534 275
18 June 2010
We thank God for enabling us to have completed 26 years of Academic Excellence and seek His continued blessings in the Year 2010-2011. Academic plan for the Year is prepared with introduction of CCE, Study Hours, Discipline Policy, Club Activities that would enhance the student participation in the various programs on a daily basis.
01. RESULTS IN AISSE (X) MARCH, 2010: We congratulate the students and staff for securing CENTUM Results in AISSE (X) March,2010 and wish them all well in the future.
TOTAL APPEARED : 84 TOTAL PASSED : 84 PASS PERCENTAGE : 100%
||NAME OF STUDENT
||CGPA @ Max. 10
||JESTINA CATHERINE KATHIMANDA
| SCHOOL THIRD
|| SAROJA JOSEPHINE JILLELLA
PRASANNA MANI GANAPATINEEDI
02. EXTENDED SCHOOL TIMINGS: Parents have often expressed their inability to assist their children to complete their Home work and study at home. In consideration of the genuine difficulties experienced, the school timings are now extended upto 04:15 P.M. w.e.f. 01.07.2010 with extra three(3) study periods each day.
Teachers guide the revision work and Home work/Assignments are completed in the School itself. Review work at home can be done by the students which would help them to comprehend, learn better and improve their Academic performance.
All students should bring their LUNCH. No student will be permitted to go home during lunch break from 12:35 P.M. to 01:10 P.M. Adequate rest time is included for Jr.Kg. and Sr.Kg. students after lunch.
03. CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION (CCE): CBSE has introduced continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation with the objective of facilitating holistic learning. Scholastic and Co-Scholastic areas are evaluated. List of Holidays, CCE, Examination Dates and Club Activities are printed in the Academic Calendar which will be issued to students in due course.
04. DISCIPLINE POLICY: Behaviour is one of the most important elements of the School system and if the behaviour is out of control then learning is not
possible. Every teacher maintains a behaviour chart for each student to make
them aware of their actions and understand the consequences. Students learn
responsibility and keep track of their own behaviour.
The students begin each day with a green card. Each time the student displays behaviour that is deemed unacceptable the student’s name is on the board and the
card is changed to a different colour.
GREEN: If the card remains green throughout the day this means the student has displayed good behaviour all day and you can be proud of him/her. To
maintain GREEN the student may receive a verbal warning but must correct the
YELLOW: If the student’s card is changed from GREEN to YELLOW this
means that inspite of verbal warning the student’s behaviour has not improved.
YELLOW card is just a warning and no consequence. Parents should deal with their children about ways to improve the behaviour and learn from their mistakes.
Reasons for issue of YELLOW card:
1) Continued talking or disturbing the class.
2) Three late comings to school.
3) For not conversing in English on the Campus or in the class.
4) Playful and not doing what they are supposed to be doing during specific period.
5) Bringing to School harmful, unwanted things.
6) Taking something that does not belong to them.
ORANGE: If the student’s card is changed from YELLOW to ORANGE this means that the student continued to display negative behaviour even after the
card is changed to YELLOW. The consequence of an ORANGE card is that a
note is sent in the diary and the parent is required to meet the Vice-
Reasons for issue of ORANGE card:
1) Three Yellow cards are issued.
2) Using inappropriate or abusive language, and calling another student with
3) Refusing to do the assigned work.
4) Talking back to Teacher.
5) Hitting and kicking another student.
6) Remarks written in the School Diary are struck, erased or the page is torn.
7) Forging Signatures on Report cards, Evaluated papers, Diary etc.
RED: If the student’s card is changed from ORANGE to RED the student has continued to display negative behaviour even after the card had been changed twice. The student is sent to the Principal’s Office. Parents should meet the Principal and necessary disciplinary action will be taken.
Reasons for issue of RED card:
1) Three ORANGE cards are issued.
Students are also rewarded with PURPLE card and a small gift for outstanding behaviour. Please follow through at home for such unacceptable behaviour that will help your child to be more successful in school. We need your constant support in implementing the discipline policy which will be effective when enforced from July,2010.
05. CHARACTER EDUCATION: Character Education helps students to understand, care about and act upon core ethical values to be successful in all aspects of their lives. The six(6) pillars of character – TRUSTWORTHINESS, RESPECT, RESPONSIBILITY, FAIRNESS, CARING, and CITIZENSHIP are included in the Academic program.
06. ASSISTANT TEACHERS AND ACADEMIC CO-ORDINATORS: Academic Micro Plan, correction work, floor discipline will be monitored by the
Assistant Teachers and Academic Co-ordinators who are functioning w.e.f. this
Academic Year 2010-2011.
Ms. V. Madhavi, Vice-Principal : Incharge of Kindergarten & Std.I – III
Ms. N. H. Shobhalatha, Principal : Incharge of Std. IV – X
07. PARENT TEACHER MEET: Parents/Guardians are encouraged to attend
these meetings to discuss with the teacher about the student’s progress.
TIME : 04:30 P.M. TO 05:30 P.M.
||Parent Teacher Meet on 10.07.2010
||: Jr.Kg. to Std.X
||Parent Teacher Meet on 11.09.2010
||: Jr.Kg. to Std.X
||Parent Teacher Meet on 13.11.2010
||: Jr.Kg. to Std.X
||Parent Teacher Meet on 08.01.2011
||: Jr.Kg. to Std.X
||Parent Teacher Meet on 12.03.2011
||: Jr.Kg. to Std.X
08. NEW ADMISSIONS: All the new admissions should come in Uniform with the prescribed set of Text books and Note books by 10.07.2010. Please note that non-submission of Transfer Certificate and Birth Certificate on/before 31.07.2010 may warrant cancellation of admission.
Sr.Kg. and Std. I to V students should bring only the I Term Text books and Note books and should bring II and III Term books at the beginning of next Term. ID Cards will be issued shortly and the students are expected to wear them on Campus.
09. SMART CLASS: The Smart class program which was implemented in the last Academic year 2009-2010 had the desired impact with interactive teaching learning process. 3D Animations, Video clips, simulated models enable a multisensory learning experience for the students. A unique assessment tool SAS makes instant formative assessment with a powerful hand – held remote device.
10. HELP DESK: Help Desk serves to be the main point of contact for Parents and Visitors regarding admissions, complaints, suggestions etc. You can meet the Co-ordinator at the Help Desk who will promptly respond to your queries and is available on all working days from 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. If you wish to meet the Principal and Vice-Principal, please note that the Visiting Hours are from 04:15 P.M. to 05:15 P.M. on all working days.
11. DYSLEXIA: Dyslexia is a neurologically based, often familial disorder which interferes with the acquisition and processing of language. Varying in degrees of severity, it is manifested by difficulties in receptive and expressive language, including phonological processing, in reading, writing, spelling, hand writing and some times in arithmetic.
Students with Dyslexia are identified and Multisensory Teaching methods will be
adopted for such students during STUDY PERIODS w.e.f. July,2010.
12. TALENT SEARCH/G.K. TEST FOR THE YEAR 2010-2011: Students are encouraged to take part in the National/State level talent search tests. Parents will be informed through a circular regarding schedule of these examinations from time to time.
13. CLUB ACTIVITIES: Clubs in ENGLISH, MATHEMATICS, SCIENCE, SOCIAL and G.K. will be activated from this Academic Year 2010-2011. Students will be engaged in different activities during the period allotted for C.C.A. on every Friday to improve their knowledge and interest in the subject.
Apart from these Club Activities Co-curricular Activities will be conducted for std.III to X by experienced Instructors. The activity opted once must be continued till the end of the Academic Year and no changes will be made on the activity selected by the students in the middle of the Academic Year.
1) Embroidery 2) Yoga 3) Karate 4) Chess 5) NCC (Boys VIII & IX)
14. FIRST-AID AND PANEL OF DOCTORS: FIRST-AID is administered by the
School Nurse and in case of emergency, the student will be sent to the
Hospital/clinic based on the nature of sickness. Please inform in writing to the
School Nurse of any pre-existing Medical problem of the students.
The Panel of Doctors of the School for this Academic Year 2010-2011 are as follows:
|NAME OF THE DOCTOR
|1. Dr. D. Samba Murthy,
|Vijayalakshmi Eye Hospital
|2. Dr. D. Srinivasa Rao,
MBBS, DCH Pediatrician,
|Sri Sai Hospital
|3. Dr. A. Ram Satish,
|4. Dr. M. Philip, MBBS
||Narsapur Christian Hospital
15. SCHOOL FEE: School fee should be paid on or before 15th of each Month/Term. Late fee is applied after the due date @ Rs.3/- per day. If the fee is not paid even at the end of the Term the student will not be permitted to School in the following Term.
16. HOSTEL FACILITIES: Hostel accommodation with modern amenities is
available separately for boys and girls and if you require the facility an application should be submitted in the School office.
17. TRANSPORT: Transport facility serving already 125 villages / towns is now extended upto RAZOLE from this Academic Year 2010-2011.
18. PURIFIED DRINKING WATER: OXYPLUS 500 LPH Reverse Osmosis based purification system was installed in the School campus to provide purified drinking water to all the students.
19. SMS ALERTS: Examination remarks, Disciplinary remarks, Extra Curricular Activities, Absenteeism, Fee Due Reminders or any urgent information will be intimated through SMS Alerts. Kindly inform the office in writing if there are any changes in contact Mobile numbers which are already updated in April,2010.
Finally, we look forward to your valued co-operation for the successful
implementation of the Academic program and the co-curricular activities of the