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2018-2019







The House System


To develop competitiveness among learners and brighten their inbuilt talents, miscellaneous co-curricular activities are structured throughout the year. For smooth conduction of co –curricular activities and maximize the participation of students, the strength of school 4th onwards is divided into four Houses-Aracot ,Chittor ,Kalinga and Ranthambhore. Play way to 3rd the name of four houses are Marrygold,Tulip,Pansy and Blue Bell. Various inter-house activities educate as well flourish the individual talent of students throughout the year.




Concept of A.H.W (Alternative to Home-work)


The motive behind AHW is to develop the habit of reading amongst learners. It is part of self study. It is given in the form of tracing facts/information from the taught part. It is generally given at the starting of each unit while the reading and explanation part continues. Students are expected to go through the taught part at home to complete their A.H.W .This would definitely enhance the conceptual knowledge of taught part as well prepare the scholars for better understanding of the rest of lesson.
School does not favour other type of homework. Only in Maths and sometimes in Languages, scholars are asked to do practice questions.




The Concept of Assignments


The concept of assignments has been introduced to make the most of learner’s capabilities of doing something by their own. Four assignments (class 4th to 10th) are given for each subject to the students in the tenure of one academic session on pre – decided specific dates.
Generally a time period of one week is provided to students to accomplish their assignment. The marks of assignments are included in the evaluation of your wards performance.




Summer and Winter Holiday Homework


Students are assigned constructive holiday homework for summer and winter holidays in order to make students to be in touch with the studies along with enjoying the holidays. The scored marks in holiday home-work are included in the evaluation of scholars overall performance.




Dress Code


CLASS IV TO VIII

SUMMER SEASON
MON,TUE, THU, FRI:- GREY SHIRT, GREY PANT, TIE,BELT, GREY SOCKS, BLACK SHOES
WED, SAT:- HOUSE T-SHIRT, GREY PANT, BLACK SHOES, GREY SOCKS, BELT

WINTER SEASON
MON TO SAT:- GREY FULL SLEEVE SHIRT, GREY PANT, TIE,BELT, GREY SOCKS, BLACK SHOES, HALF GREY SWEATER, COAT

CLASS PLAY WAY TO 3rd

SUMMER & WINTER SEASON MON TO SAT; PURPAL SHIRT, BLUE PANT, BELT, BLACK SHOES




School Timing
Summer Timing
PLAY WAY TO CLASS IIIrd8:30AM -12:30PM
CLASS IVth TO CLASS XIIth7:30AM TO 2:00PM
Winter Timing
PLAY WAY TO CLASS IIIrd9:00AM -1:00PM
CLASS IVth TO CLASS XIIth8:00AM TO 2:30PM



The Concept of Zero Periods


Every day in the beginning of the day, approximately 50 minutes are provided to students as independent learning time. In this duration, students are free to consult their subject teachers, complete their left-out work, and to participate in various co-curricular activities.