Classes P1 to SS2 - 8.00 a.m. to 2.00 p.m.
Evaluation and promotion Policy
For pre-primary and classes I to V
The evaluation process has been designed by keeping a development profile for each child. The profile presents information on the children and their development in a continuous manner. It focuses not only on learning subjects but on the total personality development of the child. Information on the children is gathered by the teachers through observation in classrooms, activity rooms as well as outdoors, personal discussion, worksheets, oral work, clay, music, dance, physical training, etc. Routine kind of homework is deliberately avoided to reduce pressure on children and make schooling joyful. There is continuous observation of children in different aspects of development.. The attempt is to translate the curriculum in a more personalized, joyful and fun manner, relevant to individual learning styles of children.
For classes VI to VIII
We follow a pattern of Cumulative and comprehensive evaluation. The session is divided into two terms-Aprilto September and October to March. In each term there are two formative assessments followed by term end summative assessment in each subject. Each term has 50% weightage. The students are graded on nine point scale. In order to develop thinking skills, social skills, emotional skills, a strong value system, right attitudes a number of activities are conducted. A number of periods have been allotted to dance, music-vocal and instrumental, art, craft, yoga, games and many other activities offered as SUPW activity. All these activities are evaluated on continuous basis and graded on five point scale.
For classes IX and X
For these classes we follow CCE( continuous and comprehensive evaluation) as per the CBSE pattern. The session is divided into two terms-April to September and October to March. In each term there are two formative assessments followed by term end summative assessment in each subject. The weightage of each formative is 10% while the weightage of summative is 30 %.Each term has 50%weightage. The students are graded on nine point scale in scholastic areas. In order to develop thinking skills, social skills, emotional skills, a strong value system, right attitudes a number of activities are conducted. A number of periods have been allotted to dance, music-vocal and instrumental, art, craft, yoga, games and many other activities offered as SUPW activity. All these activities are evaluated on continuous basis and graded on five point scale. The CBSE rules for passing the exams, improvements and for upscaling the grades are strictly adhered to.
For Class XI
Two terminal examinations are conducted- Half-yearly in the month of September and final in March. Apart from it two unit tests are conducted in the first term and two in the second term. Promotion is done on the basis of overall performance. The weightage for the different tests/examinations is:
Internal assessment and class performance-5%
The students are required to score a minimum of 33% for promotion to the next class. In practical subjects, the students are required to pass theory and practical separately. The weightage for each term is 50%.
For class XII
For this class the aim is to prepare the students for the board-examination. The students have to appear in two/three unit tests and three terminal examinations-first in the month of July, second in October and then Pre-board in the month of January. The dates are tentative are subject to change.
Withdrawal/Transfer from the school
- In case any student is to be withdrawn from the school at least one month's advance notice is required. If the notice period is less than a month, fee dues will be charged.
- Transfer Certificate will be issued only on clearance of the school dues.
- The Principal has the full authority to issue Transfer Certificate to a student whose parent is found indulging in activities detrimental to the smooth functioning of the school.
Students whose progress is unsatisfactory or conduct is unbecoming or whose parents/ guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards, can also be removed from the school.
- It is compulsory for all the students to attend the morning assembly. Students are expected to reach school by 7.55 a.m. Late coming is liable to disciplinary measures. Those coming late will not be permitted to enter the school.
- All students must participate in school activities such as sports, physical exercise, functions etc., unless medically unfit and given permission by the Principal of the school.
- It is compulsory for students to attend classes as per the Time Table and to have at least 75% attendance for promotion to the next class.
- No student is allowed to leave the school without the written permission of the Headmistress / Vice-Principal /Principal.Students are not permitted to leave the school on their own or with any body else except the parents or guardian.
Leave of Absence
- A leave application signed by the parent or guardian should be sent preferably on the day of absence and in any case when the child rejoins the school.
- If a student is absent without intimation for more than five days, his / her name is liable to be struck off the rolls.
- Students suffering from any infection or disease must complete the quarantine before rejoining the school. In such a case, the medical certificate should indicate the type of illness with a fitness certificate.
All fees shall be payable by 10th day of every month (on the next day if it happens to be a holiday) failing which, action will be taken against the defaulting student under the provisions of the Delhi School Education Act and Rules 1973. However those who want to pay the fee quarterly can do so.
Students must strictly follow the following guidelines:
- The sound of the first bell at 8.00 a.m. announces the time of the morning attendance. By the time the second bell sounds, which is at 8.10 a.m., all students should assemble for prayer in the designated auditorium. After theassembly, each class should go quietly in a line to their respective classrooms.
- Running, playing or shouting in the classroom, corridor or in the school building is strictly prohibited. Students should maintain order and speak softly in corridors, on the ramp and staircases.
- Money transactions and exchange of articles among students is prohibited.
- A student must come to school in the prescribed school uniform even during any holiday & PTM. Students who are not in school uniform or shabbily dressed or have unkempt hair will be sent back to their homes.
- Students are allowed to only bring toffees/sweetmeats for distribution on their Birthday's. Any other food item such as cakes, pastries, cold drinks and chocolates are not permitted. Eating of chewing gum is not allowed in school campus.
- Trinkets and jewellery should not be worn to school.
- Students can call up the parents only in exigency after prior permission of the class teacher from the reception.Calling students from the classes to attend the telephone calls is strictly prohibited.
- No, objectionable books, newspapers or periodicals, or electronic gadgets like, i-pods, walkman, calculator, camera, radio etc. are to be brought to the school without the permission of the Principal. Cell phones are not allowed under any circumstance. Non-adherence to this rule may lead to expulsion from the school.
- No collection of any kind whatsoever should be made by any student without the permission of the Principal.
- The school does not take responsibility for accidents or loss of student's belongings, though proper care is taken to prevent such occurrences.
- The school maintains a lost and found service to return the lost belongings of the students. In this connection the caretaker should be contacted.
- Care should be taken by the students to maintain the school property. No student should deface the desks, chairs or any other furniture or property of the school. They should not write or draw anything on the walls. Students should refrain from damaging apparatus, stationary, books etc. in the labs, library or those belonging to other students. Any such matter must be reported to the Class Teacher. Any willful violation of instructions can lead to a fine or even expulsion from the school.
Consequences for Breach of Rules
Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of class work, disobedience and disrespect of teachers and non adherence of the discipline rules of the school may entail removal from the school.
Guidelines for Parents
Full growth and all round development of the child is the responsibility to be shared equally by the school and parents.
Parents are therefore requested that they should:
- Visit the school on Third Saturday of the month between 8.30 a.m. and 10.30 a.m. or as per the schedule intimated from time to time for Parent-Teacher Meeting to discuss your child's academic and overall performance.
- Check the school diary and the school website regularly, to keep informed of the circulars and notices issued from time to time.
- Change of address or telephone number should be immediately intimated to the school so as to update the records.
- In case of any school related problem, you are welcome to discuss the same with the Principal. You can also record your suggestions in the Suggestion Register kept at the Reception or discuss it at the Parent-Teacher Meetings.
- Encourage your children to abide by the rules and regulations of the school, to adopt courteous and polite speech and refrain from rumour mongering.
- Please ensure that your child is dressed in neat and clean, well ironed uniform, polished shoes and properly groomed hair and that he/she carries clean drinking water and nutritious Tiffin.
- Please ensure punctuality and regularity in attendance. If your child is using a school board a different bus in the afternoon to visit a friend's home etc. In case of an emergency prior permission must be taken from the school authority.
Terms and Conditions for School Transport
- Children attending K.G. / Nursery classes, who avail school transport, shall use buses in the morning on way to school alongwith senior students (except J-1). On return journey from school they shall use junior students routes. In exceptional circumstances and exigency such students can be accommodated in GBS main routes.
- Parents must ensure that children reach the bus stop well in time. In no case, should the bus be kept waiting for a student. Similarly, in the afternoon, suitable arrangements should be made by the parents to receive their children at the designated stop. Late running of buses due to traffic or mechanical defect developed in the bus cannot be ruled out. In such cases, they could contact the school.
- The school transport should be engaged for the full academic year and bus fee paid accordingly. It is difficult to make adjustments in case of any student withdrawing from bus service in mid-session. The position could be reviewed annually as sufficient notice is required by the DTC to consider withdrawal or addition of buses, as per our requirements.
- It will be difficult to make changes in the stoppages of existing routes unless more than 5-6 students apply for it. The routes also cannot be diverted or changed from time to time.
- Suggestions from parents for further improvement in the bus service will be welcomed.
Students will maintain discipline in the bus. Moving around in th e bus, shouting or using offensive language is liable to disciplinary measures. No student shall damage or deface the bus in any way.
Any damage done shall have to be made good by the parent. For any such act, bus service will be withdrawn.ool bus, please ensure that he/she takes.
Prescribed School Uniform
No student will be allowed to attend the school without proper uniform as approved by the school.
Classes P1 to P5
|(i) Shirt - Blue Stripes, Half Sleeves
(ii) Trousers - Grey
(iii) Belt - As approved by the School
(iv) Socks - Grey with Navy Blue and Light Blue Stripes
(v) Shoes - Only Black Gola Shoes
(vi) Patka / Turban - Navy Blue only
|(i) Salwar Kameez - Blue Stripes Kameez with Jacket and white Salwar
(ii) Socks - Grey with Navy Blue and Light Blue Stripes
(iii) Shoes - Only Black Gola Shoes
(iv) Hair Band/ - Navy Blue only Ribbon
|(i) Shirt - Blue Stripes, Full Sleeves
(ii) Trousers - Dark Grey Woollen
(iii) Blazer - Navy Blue Woollen
(iv) Sweater - V-necked, Grey Coloured
(v) Socks - Grey Colour
(vi) Shoes - Black Gola Shoes
(vii) Patka / Turban - Navy Blue only
(viii) Belt - As approved by the School
|(i) Salwar Kameez - Blue Stripes Kameez, Full sleeves with Jacket and White Salwar
(ii) Blazer - Navy Blue Woollen
(iii) Sweater - V-necked, Grey Coloured
(iv) Socks - Grey Colour
(v) Shoes - Only Black Gola Shoes
(vi) Hair Band/Ribbon - Navy Blue only
For Classes M1 - SS2
As prescribed for Friday
|White Gola Shoes
||White Gola Shoes
|Cycling Shorts (White)
|l Lab Coat (White) for all students for Science Practical Classes
|To maintain uniformity, everyone should buy the uniform from the School Uniform Shop only.