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  • 2 3SCHOOL ALMANAC 2018 - 2019 SCHOOL ALMANAC 2018 - 2019

    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    INDIAN SCHOOL AL WADI AL KABIR

    BRIEF HISTORY:The Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir was formally founded in 1941 as a Gujarati Medium School for the children of the members of the business community. It began to take its present shape in 1987 as Indian School Muttrah, with English as the medium of instruction. It was named Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir because of its location when it moved into its new premises in September 1993. The School and its future plans were first inspected in November 1992 and was granted composite affiliation till Grade X in December 1992 vide C.B.S.E. letter reference number CBSE/Aff/91/6130004 dated 22-12-1992. The first batch of students appeared at the AISS Examination (Grade X) of the CBSE in March 1996. The School was upgraded to Senior Secondary level in 1999 and the first batch of students appeared at the AISSC Examination in March 2001. It is managed by an association of members of the business community in Muscat through a committee called the Managing Committee of Indian School Al Wadi Al Kabir.

    P.O.BOX :513 , Postal Code :117, Al Wadi Al Kabir, Sultanate of OmanMain School - Tel: 24816633, 24813062, Fax : 24815096

    Primary School - Tel : 24813179 , 24814066 , Fax : 24814801E-Mail : [email protected] Website: www.iswkoman.com

    Sl No. Contents Page No.1 Brief History ......................................................................................................... 3

    2 About the Almanac ................................................................................................ 4

    3 School Website ..................................................................................................... 5

    4 General Information ............................................................................................... 6

    5 Student’s Particulars ............................................................................................. 7-8

    6 School Timings ..................................................................................................... 9-10

    7 National Anthem of India ....................................................................................... 11

    8 National Anthem of Oman ...................................................................................... 12

    9 Prayer Songs - Hindi & English .............................................................................. 13-25

    10 Courses of Study ................................................................................................... 26-27

    11 Fee Structure ........................................................................................................ 28-29

    12 Admission Procedure ............................................................................................ 30

    13 Eligibility for Admission to Grade XI ....................................................................... 31

    14 FAQ’s .................................................................................................................... 32-33

    14 Guidelines for Examinations ................................................................................... 34

    15 Grading System for Scholastic Subjects ................................................................. 35

    16 Promotion Rules .................................................................................................... 36

    17 School Uniform ..................................................................................................... 37-38

    18 Code of Conduct .................................................................................................... 39-40

    19 Disciplinary Measures ........................................................................................... 41-42

    20 Role of Parents/Guardians ..................................................................................... 43

    21 Code of Conduct - Acknowledgement ......................................................................

    22 Calendar : 2017-18 .............................................................................................. 45

    23 Calendar of Academic Activities -Primary & Senior School ....................................... 56-69

    24 Calendar of Sports Activities .................................................................................. 70

    25 Homework Policy of ISWK ...................................................................................... 71

    26 Organising your Time ............................................................................................. 72-141

    27 Record of Class Tests & Assessments ..................................................................... 142

    28 Library Rules & Library Book Details ...................................................................... 143-144

    29 Medical Record of Child ........................................................................................ 145

    30 Record of Late Attendance ..................................................................................... 146

    31 Absence Note ....................................................................................................... 147-148

    32 Record of Communication - School / Parent ............................................................ 149-150

    33 Acknowledgement of Circulars ............................................................................... 151

    34 Quick View of Time Table ....................................................................................... 152-155

    Primary School Kindergarten

    Senior School

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIRINDIAN SCHOOL

    AL WADI AL KABIRINDIAN SCHOOL

    AL WADI AL KABIR

    SCHOOL WEBSITE (www.iswkoman.com)

    Our school website creates a user-friendly relationship/ environment with the parents and students, by informing them of all the happenings in the school. Our website provides a platform to encourage the students to actively participate in various events conducted by the school.

    Our website mainly aims at:

    • Providing an overview of the school - information about our school / History of ISWK

    / Management / Mission & Vision of the school / Administration and Principal’s

    Valuable Message (principal’s desk).

    • Providing an option to download various sample papers, worksheets, previous

    board papers for the students to build their confidence level for writing their

    exams.

    • Providing the details of the admission procedure for students who are interested

    in joining ISWK.

    • Providing updates on the latest news and events of the school — includes

    various achievements bagged by our champions.

    • Providing updates on co-curricular activities conducted in the school.

    • Providing timely circulars to the parents.

    • Providing a photo gallery that displays the photographs of all the events

    conducted by the school and shows the participation of students in various

    events. This makes the parents feel proud of their ward.

    • Providing parents login to view their ward’s performance in academics (report

    card).

    • Displaying class-wise syllabus with the exam dates.

    • Displaying a calendar of activities that are conducted in our school every month.

    • Providing the newsletter of our school and a copy of the Orientation program for

    parent.

    • Providing career options - a list of all the new vacancies available at ISWK.

    ABOUT THE ALMANAC

    It is important that the students and parents read the Almanac together and understand the contents fully. This Almanac aims at establishing an invaluable link between teachers, students and parents. It is intended to serve:

    1. As a all-in-one ready reckoner and planner for students; and

    2. As a means of communication between parents and the school;

    • To keep parents abreast with what their children are studying at school and

    curricular progress of their wards;

    • To keep parents informed about home assignments;

    • To serve as a handy reference with regard to the student’s schedule; And

    • To be used for convenient, day-to-day correspondence (related to academics

    and conduct) between parents and the school staff

    Students should ensure that they bring this Almanac to school every day, use it productively and treat it with care.

    Parents should review current pages daily and must countersign and respond to any comments, which may be made periodically by members of the faculty. Parents should also countersign home assignments to signify their completion and provide an explanation if home assignments are not completed for any good reason.

    As a matter of policy, students will get home tasks on subjects they are familiar with. These tasks are intended as revision exercises, to reinforce what is learned by students in school and must be undertaken by students entirely on their own, without adult supervision. Students should seek the help of their teachers at school on the following day if they encounter any difficulties.

    Comments made by parents in the Almanac should be productive and confined strictly to the subject of the student’s work and his/her conduct. All other matters concerning the school should be dealt with separately and either conveyed personally or through separate letters addressed to the Head of the school.

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    PhotoSTUDENT’S PARTICULARS(To be filled by the Parent)

    2018 – 2019

    Name of the Pupil in CAPITAL LETTERS (As in Passport)G R No.:

    First

    Middle Surname

    Sex : __________________________ Religion : _________________________

    Height (cm): ____________________ Weight( Kg) : ______________________ Blood Group : ___________

    Class & Sec : ___________________ Date of Admission: _________________ Details of the Parents( CAPITAL LETTERS)Father's Name :

    Occupation: ________________________________ Designation:________________________________

    Name of Employer/ Sponsor: _____________________________ _______________________________

    OfficeAddress:

    P. O. Box: Postal Code:

    Location:

    Tel. (O) :Tel.(R) :Fax :

    Mobile No :E-Mail :

    MotherTongue:

    Visa Number Civil / Resident Card Date of Birth Passport Nationality Number (If applicable) Number

    Visa Number Civil / Resident Card Passport Nationality Number (If applicable) Number

    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIRGENERAL INFORMATION

    Name Designation Contact No E-Mail ID

    ACADEMICSMr. D.N.Rao PRINCIPAL [email protected]

    Mr. K. Jayaprakash Vice-Principal – Senior Ext: 225 [email protected]

    Mrs. Shashikala Prabhat Vice-Principal – Primary Ext: 12 Primary [email protected]

    Mr. Ernst SchwanVice-Principal – Primary (A/S)

    Ext: 17 Primary (A/S

    [email protected]

    Mr. Anil Bartare HoD Hindi Ext: 215 [email protected]

    Mrs. Jenifer Robinson HoD Science Ext: 233 [email protected]

    Mrs. Jolly Moncy HoD English Ext: 234 [email protected]

    Mr. Sanjeet Kumar Das HoD Mathematics Ext: 204 [email protected]

    Mr. Krishnan Kutty HoD Social Science Ext: 235 [email protected]

    Mr. Bagga Harvinder Singh

    HoD Commerce Ext: 232 [email protected]

    Mr. Jagadeesh S. Patil HoD Computer Science [email protected]

    Ms. Premlata Thakur HoD Physical Education Ext: 238 [email protected]

    Mrs. Seema D’Souza Supervisor Primary Ext: 26 Primary [email protected]

    Mrs. Subha Shetty Supervisor KG Ext: 22 KG Wing [email protected]

    Mrs. Rashmi Joshi Special Educator Ext: 28 Primary [email protected]

    Mrs. RejithaCounsellor Timings: 8.30am – 2:00pm & 3:00pm – :004pm

    Ext: 221 [email protected]

    Mrs. Sabnis Ext: 222 [email protected]

    Mrs. Afshan Shariff Ext: [email protected]

    Mrs. Metty Rubin Ext: 27 Primary [email protected]

    ADMINISTRATIONMr. P.C. Pappachan Administration Manager Ext: 205 [email protected]

    Mr. Mukesh Chief Accountant Ext: 206 [email protected]

    Mr. Jasmeen Sheth Internal Auditor Ext: 236 [email protected]

    Mrs. Jennifer Jennings Secretary to Principal Ext: 203 [email protected]

    Mr. Jose/Mrs. Manisha Personnel / Transport Ext: 210 [email protected]

    Mrs. Sherly Sajan Admission / TC Ext: 230 / 237 [email protected]

    Mrs. Latha Giridhar Parent Relation OfficerExt: 201, 91271165

    [email protected]

    Mr. Iyer Purchase Ext: 209 [email protected]

    Mrs. Aarti Mehta Book Store in-charge Ext: 211 [email protected]

    Mr. KaushalAdmin / Accounts Assistant

    Ext: 212 [email protected]

    Mr. Labesh Bhatti Maintenance Supervisor Ext: 208 [email protected]

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    Telephone Number: Mobile :

    Office :

    Fax :

    E-Mail :

    Residential Address:

    Way No:_______________________________ Building No:__________________________________

    Flat No:_______________________________ Locality:_____________________________________

    Particulars of Brothers/ Sisters in the School

    Mode of Transport for the Student:( Tick on the appropriate number)1. Own Transport

    2. Company vehicle

    Name : Tel No.:

    3. School Monitored Transport

    Driver : Tel No.:

    Driver : Tel No.:

    Accompanied by

    Specimen Signature of Parents

    _____________________________ _____________________________ Father Mother

    G R No: Name: Class & Sec

    PermanentAddress(as per passport):

    Passport No: (Mother)

    Mother's Name :

    Occupation :

    PhotoSTUDENT’S PARTICULARS(To be filled by the Parent)

    2018 – 2019

    Name of the Pupil in CAPITAL LETTERS (As in Passport)G R No.:

    First

    Middle Surname

    Sex : __________________________ Religion : _________________________

    Height (cm): ____________________ Weight( Kg) : ______________________ Blood Group : ___________

    Class & Sec : ___________________ Date of Admission: _________________ Details of the Parents( CAPITAL LETTERS)Father's Name :

    Occupation: ________________________________ Designation:________________________________

    Name of Employer/ Sponsor: _____________________________ _______________________________

    OfficeAddress:

    P. O. Box: Postal Code:

    Location:

    Tel. (O) :Tel.(R) :Fax :

    Mobile No :E-Mail :

    MotherTongue:

    Visa Number Civil / Resident Card Date of Birth Passport Nationality Number (If applicable) Number

    Visa Number Civil / Resident Card Passport Nationality Number (If applicable) Number

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIRSCHOOL TIMINGS

    PRE-PRIMARY & PRIMARY - MORNING SHIFTKindergarten 8:15 A.M. to 12:15 p.m.

    Classes I - V 7:20 A.M. to 1:05 p.m.

    Assembly time 7:25 A.M. to 7:40 A.M.

    PRE-PRIMARY & PRIMARY - AFTERNOON SHIFTKindergarten 1:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    Classes I - V 1:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

    Assembly time 1:30 p.m. to 1:45 p.m.

    BELL TIMINGS Classes I to V (MORNING SHIFT)PERIOD TIMING

    1st period 7:40 A.M. - 8:20 A.M.

    2nd period 8:20 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.

    3rd period 9:00 A.M. - 9:40 A.M.

    1st Recess 9:40 A.M. - 9:55 A.M.

    4th period 9:55 A.M. - 10:35 A.M.

    5th period 10:35 A.M. - 11:15 A.M.

    6th period 11:15 A.M. -11:50 A.M.

    2nd Recess 11:50 A.M. - 12:00 p.m.

    7th period 12:00 p.m. - 12:35 p.m.

    8th period 12:35 p.m. - 1:05 p.m.

    BELL TIMINGS Classes I - V (AFTERNOON SHIFT)PERIOD TIMINGS

    Assembly 1:30–1:45 P.M

    1st Period 1:45–2:25 P.M

    2nd Period 2:25–3:00 P.M

    3rd Period 3:00–3:35 P.M

    4th Period 3:35–4:10 P.M

    1st Recess 4:10–4:25 P.M

    5th Period 4:25–5:05 P.M

    6th Period 5:05–5:40 P.M

    2nd Recess 5:40–5:50 P.M

    7th Period 5:50–6:25 P.M

    8th Period 6:25–7:OO P.M

    Telephone Number: Mobile :

    Office :

    Fax :

    E-Mail :

    Residential Address:

    Way No:_______________________________ Building No:__________________________________

    Flat No:_______________________________ Locality:_____________________________________

    Particulars of Brothers/ Sisters in the School

    Mode of Transport for the Student:( Tick on the appropriate number)1. Own Transport

    2. Company vehicle

    Name : Tel No.:

    3. School Monitored Transport

    Driver : Tel No.:

    Driver : Tel No.:

    Accompanied by

    Specimen Signature of Parents

    _____________________________ _____________________________ Father Mother

    G R No: Name: Class & Sec

    PermanentAddress(as per passport):

    Passport No: (Mother)

    Mother's Name :

    Occupation :

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    NATIONAL ANTHEMJana Gana Mana Adhinaayak Jaya haiBharat Bhagya VidhataPunjab Sindh Gujarat Maratha,Dravida Utkala VangaVindhya Himachal Yamuna Ganga,Uchchal Jaladhi TarangaTav shub naame jage,Tav shub aashish maage,Gahe tav jayagaatha.Jana Gana Mangal Daayak Jaya haiBharat Bhagya Vidhata.Jaya hai, jaya hai, jaya hai,Jaya Jaya Jaya Jaya hai..

    NATIONAL SONGVande Mataram!Sujalam suphalam, malayaja shitalam,Shasyashyamalam, Mataram!Shubhrajyotsna pulakitayaminim,Phullakusumita drumadala shobhinim,Suhasinim, sumadhura bhashinim,Sukhadam, varadam, Mataram!

    NATIONAL PLEDGEIndia is my country. All Indians are my brothers and sisters. I love my country and I am proud of its rich and varied heritage. I shall always strive to be worthy of it. I shall give my parents, teachers and all elders respect and treat everyone with courtesy. To my country and my people, I pledge my devotion. In their well being and prosperity alone lies my happiness.

    Classes VI - VIII Classes IX - XII

    Timings Period Timings Period

    07:10 a.m - 7:30 a.m Assembly/Attendance/Uniform checking byClass Teachers

    07:10 a.m - 7:30 a.mAssembly/Attendance/Uniform checking byClass Teachers

    07:30 a.m - 08:10 a.m 1st Period 07:30 a.m - 08:10 a.m 1st Period

    08:10 a.m - 08:55 a.m 2nd Period 08:10 a.m - 08:55 a.m 2nd Period

    08:55 a.m - 09:05 a.m Break 08:55 a.m - 09:35 a.m 3rd Period

    09:05 a.m - 09:45 a.m 3rd Period 09:35 a.m - 09:45 a.m Break

    09:45 a.m -10:25 a.m 4th Period 09:45 a.m - 10:25 a.m 4th Period

    10:25 a.m - 10:40 a.m Break 10:25 a.m - 11:05 a.m 5th Period

    10:40 a.m - 11:20 a.m 5th Period 11:05 a.m - 11:20 a.m Break

    11:20 a.m - 12:00 noon 6th Period 11:20 a.m - 12:00 noon 6th Period

    12:00 noon -12:40 p.m 7th Period 12:00 noon - 12:40 p.m 7th Period

    12:40 p.m -12:50 p.m Break 12:40 p.m - 12:50 p.m Break

    12:50 p.m - 01:30 p.m 8th Period 12:50 p.m - 01:30 p.m 8th Period

    01:30 p.m - 02:10 p.m 9th Period 01:30 p.m - 02:15 p.m 9th Period

    02:10 p.m - 02:15 p.m Almanac checking 02:15 p.m - 02:20 p.m Almanac checking

    02:15 p.mDispersal of Middle School

    02:20 p.mDispersal of Senior School

    Office hours:7:10 am. to 4:00 p.m. (Sunday to Thursday)

    Break : 2:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

    For Fees:7:40 am. to 2:30 p.m. (Sunday to Thursday)

    8:30 am. to 12:30 p.m. (1st and 2nd Saturday)

    Time to meet the Principal:

    Parents may meet the Principal with prior appointment during the following Timings: 8 A.M. - 9. 30 A.M. (on all working days)

    Visit Website www.iswkoman.com for prior appointment

    Parents may meet the teachers during the recess or during their free periods with prior appointment. Please contact reception/parent relation officer before meeting the teacher.

    PLEASE DO NOT VISIT A TEACHER IN THE CLASSROOM

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    ARABIC SCRIPT

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    TRANSLITERATION

    Ya Rabbana Ehfid LanaJalalat Al SultanWaashabi Fee Al’wtanBialeizy Walaman.Walyadum Muoayadda,Aahilan Momajjada;Bilnufoosi Yuftda.Walyadum Muoayadda,Aahilan Momajjada;Bilnufoosi Yuftda.Ya Oman, Nahnoo Min Ahd Il NabiAwfiya Min K’ram Al Arabi.Abshiry Qaboos JaaFaltubarakhu ‘I Sama.Waasidy Waltoq’hi Bilduoaa.

    NATIONAL ANTHEM OF OMAN

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    PRAYER BEFORE CLASSDear God / Thank you for giving us this day / to learn and to share / the

    gift of Knowledge everywhere /. Guide us / that we may always be

    humble, obedient and kind /. May our hearts and minds / grow in love

    and unity / and may we spend each hour of this day beautifully /

    purposefully under your ever loving care.

    PRAYER AFTER CLASSDear God / Thank you for another wonderful day. / Bless us that we

    may carry in our hearts and minds,/all that we have learnt today. Keep

    us in your care 0 merciful God.Grant us peace and comfort / and the

    courage to live each day / with faith and devotion. Through our own

    conduct 0 Lord,/ may we be shining examples / of all that we have learned today.

    PLEDGE FOR AN ABUSE FREE WORLD FOR CHILDREN’I am proud to be an Indian. The great heritage and culture of my country always

    influences and gives me direction. It is my duty to be aware of the fundamental

    rights & duties and the Child Rights guaranteed by the Constitution of India.

    To live with self esteem and dignity is my fundamental right.

    I will not tolerate any type of abusive activities that occur anywhere against me

    as well as against other children who are my sisters and brothers. I will always

    be in the forefront to report any such instances to the parents, authorities and

    the police. This is my duty and responsibility. Since an abuse and exploitation

    free childhood and world is necessary for my future, I solemnly affirm that

    I will always stand for the same.

    Jai Hind!

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    MAKE ME A CHANNEL OF YOUR PEACE(i) Make me a channel of your peace

    Where there is hatred, let me sow your love

    Where there is injury, your pardon, Lord

    Where there is doubt, true faith in you.

    Chorus : Oh, Master, grant that I may never seek

    So much to be consoled as to console

    To be understood as to understand

    To be loved as to love with all my soul.

    (ii) Make me a channel of your peace

    It is in pardoning that we are pardoned

    In giving to all men that we receive

    And in dying that we’re born to eternal life.

    COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS1. When upon life’s billows you are tempest tossed,

    When you are discouraged thinking all is lost; Count your many blessings, name them one by one, And it will surprise you what the Lord hath done. Ch: Count your blessings, name them one by one, Count your blessings, see what God hath done; Count your blessings, name them one by one, Count your many blessings, see what God hath done.

    2. Are you even burdened with a load of care? Does the load seem heavy you are called to bear? Count your many blessings, every doubt will fly. And you will be singing as the days go by. CH.

    GREAT INDEED ARE YOUR WORKSCh: Great indeed are your works, O Lord Now and ever more. (2)

    1. The universe, night and day, Tells of all your wonders, You are our life and our light, We shall praise you always.

    2. You are the path which we tread, You will lead us onward, From every corner of earth, All the nations gather.

    SHOWERS OF BLESSINGThere shall be showers of blessing,

    This is the promise of love.

    There shall be seasons refreshing

    Sent from God above.

    Ch: Showers of blessing

    Showers of blessing we need

    Mercy drops round us are falling

    But for the showers we plead.

    There shall be showers of blessing,

    Send them upon us, O God.

    Grant to us now a refreshing

    Come and honour thy word.

    GOD MAKE MY LIFE A LITTLE LIGHT1. God make my life a little light, Within the world to

    glow, A little flame that burneth bright, Wherever I may go.

    2. God make my life a little flower, That giveth joy to all, Content to bloom in native bower, Although the place be small.

    3. God make my life a little song, That comforteth the sad, That helpeth others to be strong, And makes the singer glad.

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    HERE WE ARECh: Here we are,

    All together as we sing our song, joyfully. Here we are, Joined together as we pray, we’ll always be.

    1. Join we now as friends, And celebrate the brotherhood we share, all as one. Keep the fire burning, kindle it with care, and we’ll all join in and sing.

    2. Glorify the Lord with all our voices, Show him we’re sincere by all our deeds. Shout the joys of freedom everywhere, And we’ll all join in and sing.

    GOD STILL LOVES THE WORLDEvery tiny star that twinkles in the night sky Every drop of morning dew Every spark of fire blazing in the furnace Every captivating view Every rainbow in the sky Every pretty butterfly Tells the fascinating news to those who dare to hope And the message is ...

    God still loves the world God still, still loves the worldSo throw your life into his handsDay by day discern his plansGod is passionately busy loving you and me,

    Every ocean wave that breaks upon the seashore Every stalk of golden wheat Every silver stream that gushes down the mountain Every drop of honey sweet Every eagle flying high Every worm that wriggles by Tells the fascinating news to those who dare to hope And the message is ...

    THIS LITTLE GUIDING LIGHT OF MINEI’m going to let it shine (3 times) Let it shine, all the time, let it shine.

    All around the neighborhood I’m going to let it shine (3 times).

    Let it shine, all the time, let it shine

    Hide it under a bushel? No! I’m going to let it shine (3 times).

    Let it shine, all the time, let it shine.

    I JUST KEEP TRUSTING MY LORDI just keep trusting my Lord As I walk along, I just keep trusting my Lord And he gives me a song. Though the storm clouds darken the sky O’er the heavenly trail, I just keep trusting my Lord He will never fail. He’s a faithful friend. Such a faithful friend I can count on him To the very end. Though the storm clouds darken the sky O’er the heavenly trail, I just keep trusting my Lord He will never fail.

    MORNING HAS BROKEN

    Morning has broken, like the first morningBlackbird has spoken, like the first birdPraise for the singing, praise for the morningPraise for them springing fresh from the word

    Mine is the sunlight, mine is the morningBorn of the one light, Eden saw playPraise with elation, praise every morningGod›s re-creation of the new day

  • COURSES OF STUDY

    Class Aims / Objectives ECA/CCA

    KG

    1. Provides relevant and concrete experiences to develop social, emotional, cognitive, language and motor skills.

    2. Child - oriented curriculum where learning is joyful, meaningful, developmental and activity - based on Howard Gardner Theory.

    Concerts, games, sports, special assemblies, exhibition etc.,

    Class Course ECA/CCA

    Primary (I - V)

    First language - English Second language - Hindi Other subjects: Mathematics, Environmental Science, Physical and Health Education, Computer Science, Art and Craft, Hindustani & Western Music and Aerobics & Yoga (Classes III to V)

    Concerts, games, sports, debates, elocution, quizzing, dramatics, etc.,

    Middle (VI - VIII)

    First language - English Second language - (VI - VIII) Hindi, Malayalam, French

    Third language - (VI - VIII) Sanskrit, Malayalam, Arabic, Hindi Other subjects: Mathematics, Science, Life Skill, Social Science, Physical and Health Education, Work Experience (Computer Science), Art and Craft, Music and Dance

    Scouting and Guiding , Co-Scholastic Activities - Scientific, Mathematical and Literary clubs, Health Club,Yoga

    Secondary (IX – X)

    First language - English Second language - Hindi, Malayalam, French Other Subjects: Mathematics, Science, Social Science, Physical and Health Education, Work Experience (Computer Science), Art and Craft, Music and Dance

    Eco Club, Co-Scholastic Activities - Scientific, Mathematical and Literary Club Health Club, Yoga

    SENIOR SECONDARY LEVEL (XI – XII)

    2018 – 2019 Commerce Humanities Science

    Internal Evaluation

    General Studies General Studies General Studies

    Physical & Health Education

    Physical & Health Education

    Physical & Health Education

    Work Experience Work Experience Work Experience

    Compulsory

    English Core English Core English Core

    Accountancy Physics

    Business Studies Physical Education

    ChemistryPsychology

    Elective (Any two) Mathematics Mathematics

    Informatics Practices Computer Science

    Entrepreneurship Informatics Practices

    Economics Biology

    Engineering Drawing Economics

    Note : A subject combination will be offered if a minimum number of 20 students opt for it.

    ACADEMIC TERMS:

    1st Term 2nd Term

    Kindergarten & Grades I - XII April to September October to March

    Class XII Commences from mid of March

    Vacation for students :

    Summer Break : From the 1st Week of June to last Week of July (03.06.2018 to 31.07.2018)Winter Break : From the 4th Week of December to the 2nd Week of January (23.12.2018 to 08.01.2018)

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    Class Tuition Fee sp.m.Full Year

    Fees Fees 9 month moduleNew Admission

    FeesTerm fees

    Library fees

    Stationery Fees

    Exam Fees

    Computer Fees

    Science Fees

    Science Lab Fees TotalFees

    K.G.I

    43.000 516.000 36.000 1.000 36.000

    60.000 8.000 480.000

    516.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 553.000

    K.G.II

    43.000 516.000 36.000 1.000 36.000

    60.000 8.000 480.000

    516.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 553.000

    Std. I to V

    43.000 516.000 36.000 1.000 36.000

    60.000 8.000 480.000

    516.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 24.000 577.000

    Std. VIto VIII

    44.000 528.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    61.000 8.000 488.000

    528.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 24.000 589.000

    Std .IX

    45.000 540.000 44.000 1.000 44.000

    62.000 8.000 496.000

    540.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 24.000 24.000 625.000

    Std. X

    46.000 552.000 48.000 1.000 48.000

    63.000 8.000 504.000

    552.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 24.000 24.000 637.000

    Std. XI-XIIInfo. Tech.

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 60.000 673.000

    Std. XI-XIIEconomics

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 613.000

    Std. XI-XIICommerceComputer

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 60.000 673.000

    Std. XI-XIIScience

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 60.000 673.000

    Std. XI-XIIScience & Computer

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 60.000 60.000 733.000

    Std. XI-XII Science & EngDrawing

    48.000 576.000 40.000 1.000 40.000

    67.000 8.000 536.000

    576.000 10.000 20.000 2.000 3.000 2.000 60.000 60.000 733.000

    *Tuition, Science and Computer fees are payable for twelve months of the year. However, these are collected in nine months, that is, fees of the last three months are collected in installments, spread over the first nine months, in additionto the monthly dues. The other fees are payable in the first month of the year.

    *Fees are payable in advance every month. Penalty will be charged if the fees are not paid before 9th day of the same month.

    Fee structure for the Year 2018 - 2019

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    REGISTRATION OF THE STUDENT

    BOARD OF DIRECTORS Indian Schools Website [www. indianschoolsoman.com] Parents are requested to register through this Centralised Website.

    SUBMISSION OF ADMISSION FORM AT ISWK WITH ALL DOCUMENTS

    [www.iswkoman.com] Scan & upload all the documents class wise. Passport Copy with Visa Page, Original TC [ if available. If not, to be compulsorily submitted within a month of Admission] Photo, Vaccination Card, Mark

    Sheet/ Report Card of previous class.

    SUBMISSION OF REGISTRATION FORM

    [In any Indian School of your choice] Submit with Guardian’s Resident Card Copy & Passport Copy of the Ward] Pay RO 15 and Register at the respective School

    ADMISSION CONFIRMATION BY GENERATING GR NUMBER

    School office will create a GR Number and allot the division of class for the Ward. After obtaining GR Number Fees can be paid.

    INTERACTION/ APTITUDE TEST FOR ADMISSION

    Day & Date will be intimated through Mail / Call / SMS

    PURCHASE OF BOOKS & STATIONERY

    Books & Stationeries can be purchased from the Book Store in The Senior School Campus.

    RESULT DECLARATION

    Result will be intimated through mail/

    call / SMS

    PAYMENT OF FEES

    Quoting the GR Number Parents can remit the Fee. At the time of Admission 3 month’s Fee has to be paid.

    ADMISSION SLIP

    After the Fee is paid the School Office will issue an Admission Slip- to be given to the Class Teacher.

    Eligibility for admission to Grade XI

    1. a) The applicant is required to choose one option from one of the streams. If the demand for a particular combination of subjects is not adequate, that combination will not be offered. There should be a minimum of 20 students opting for a subject.

    The admission to all the streams will be based on merit and the availability of seats. The streams once allotted will not be changed.

    2. b) SCIENCE STREAM i) Applicants to the Science stream from CBSE schools should obtain a minimum grade of

    B2 (61-70%) in the assessments in Science and Mathematics, and B2 (61-70%) in the rest of the subjects at the Secondary Level (Class X) examination (Pre Mid-Term + Mid-Term + Post Mid-Term + Preliminary Examination).

    ii) Students passing State Board Examinations will be required to obtain at least 80% marks and above or equivalent grade in Mathematics and Science and 80% marks or equivalent grade in other academic subjects.

    c) COMMERCE STREAM i) “Students from CBSE and ICSE Boards opting for Mathematics or Informatics practices in

    Commerce stream should have secured a minimum B2 grade (61-70%) in Mathematics, and B2 grade (61-70%) in all academic subjects.”

    ii) Students from other recognized Boards should have scored B1 grade (71-80%) in all academic subjects.

    3. Admission will be provisionally decided on the basis of a student’s performance in Class X (Pre Mid-Tem + Mid-Term + Post Mid-Term + Preliminary Examination).

    4. Parents should inform the school in writing at least one month in advance, of their intention to withdraw the pupil from school or a month’s fee will be charged in lieu of notice.

    5. A transfer certificate, or any other certificate will be issued only if all school dues have been paid and school property taken on loan has been returned.

    6. At the time of admission, the following documents should be submitted:-

    i) Transfer / School Leaving Certificate duly countersigned by the respective Board officials if student is not from CBSE.

    ii) Migration Certificate

    iii) Conduct Certificate

    iv) Copy of Report Card of the previous class attested by the School Principal

    v) Copy of the Passport with valid Visa page

    vi) Second and Third Language certificate from the previous school (Standard VI - VIII).

    vii) Vaccination ReportNOTE:

    PURCHASE OF UNIFORM & FOOTWEAR: Uniform & Footwear is available at Lakhoos and Trendz in RuwiHigh Street.

    AGE CRITERIA FOR KG I: Child who has completed 3 years on 1st April is only eligible to get Ad-mission in KG I.

    AGE CRITERIA FOR NURSERY: Child who has completed 2 years and 6 months as on 1st April is only eligible to get Admission in Nursery.

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    FAQ’sRelated to Admission1. WHEN AND HOW CAN WE GET ADMISSION IN ISWK?

    As a policy, Admission is granted to the children of Indian Expats throughout the year depending on the availability of seats. However, in the normal course the Admissions begin after the BOD Registration, which is done from January onwards. Registration closes in February and subsequently there will be two draws through which the allotment of School is indicated. Admission Process will begin only after this.

    2. DO YOU GRANT ADMISSION TO ALL NATIONALS?

    Being an Indian School, we follow CBSE Curriculum [Indian Board] Hence we admit only Indian Nationals.

    3. IS THERE ANY PROVISION FOR OTHER NATIONALS TO GET ADMISSION?

    Yes. Our International School (ISWKi) admits children of other Nationals provided a NOC is produced from the respective Embassy.

    4. WHEN DOES THE ACADEMIC SESSION BEGIN AND WHEN DO YOU BREAK FOR WINTER AND SUMMER?

    Our Academic Session is from April to March. Winter Vacation is during December and Summer Vacation will be based on the dates decided by the BOD.

    5. WHEN AND HOW ARE THE EXAMINATIONS CONDUCTED?

    Examinations are conducted as per CBSE Guidelines.

    6. WHAT IF A CHILD WANTS TO TAKE ADMISSION IN JULY OR MID TERM?

    Yes, a child can take Admission in July or Mid Term. If the Child has been studying in India till date, it becomes easier as he/she will have continuity in the same class.

    7. DO YOU ENSURE ADMISSION IF REGISTRATION IS DONE?

    Admission depends totally upon the submission of the necessary documents and the availability of seats. [Family Visa is Compulsory]

    8. IS INTERNAL TRANSFER POSSIBLE FROM ONE INDIAN SCHOOL TO ANOTHER IN THE CAPITAL AREA?

    Generally Internal Transfers are not encouraged unless there is a valid reason for it. But the Admission Process has to be followed all over again if the Transfer has to be done, but only after obtaining the Prior Permission of the Board of Directors. [BOD Office is at Indian School Muscat]

    9. WHAT ARE THE LANGUAGES OFFERED AT ISWK?

    We offer Hindi, French and Malayalam as Second language and Hindi, French, Arabic, Malayalam and Sanskrit as Third Language. Same language can not be taken as Second and Third Language.

    10. DOES THE SCHOOL HAVE A DEDICATED TRANSPORT FOR COMMUTING THE STUDENTS?

    School ensures the safety and security of the Transport without holding any responsibility. Parents can deal directly with the Transporters.

    11. WHAT IS THE PROCEDURE TO OBTAIN TRANSFER/ LEAVING CERTIFICATE FROM ISWK?

    Transfer certificate can be obtained by submitting an application to the school office with one month prior notice. The form is available in the school web site or in the school office. In case of emergency, you have to pay one month fee as Notice Fee.

    12. WHAT IS THE FEE STRUCTURE?

    We collect the fee of the entire year in 9 months’ Instalments. At the time of Admission one has to pay 3 Months’ Fee along with Admission Fee. Subsequent fee can be remitted within 10th day of every month, beyond which one has to incur a fine of RO 1 per month.

    13. WHAT ARE THE POSSIBILITIES TO GET ADMISSION IN THE MORNING SHIFT?

    As and when vacancies are available, you have a chance to get shifted to the Morning Shift. An Application Form for Change of Shift is available in the Primary School Office.

    14. HOW AND WHEN CAN WE MEET THE TEACHERS?

    You can meet the Teachers by a prior appointment or by sending a note in the diary of your ward. Before you meet the Teacher, Please contact Parent Relation Officer. (Room 117- Senior School)

    15. WHAT ARE THE SCHOOL TIMINGS?

    KG I & KG IIMorning Shift 8:15 AM – 12:15 PM

    Afternoon Shift 1:30 PM – 5:00 PM

    Stds I to VMorning Shift 7:20 AM – 1:05 PM

    Afternoon Shif 1:30 PM – 7:00 PM

    Stds VI- XII General Shift 7:10 AM – 2:20 PM

    16. WHAT IS THE TIMING OF FEE COUNTER?

    Main School

    Sunday – Thursday: 7:40 AM – 12:30 PM & 1:00 PM – 2:20 PM.

    Prayer Time: 12:30 PM – 1:00 PM

    1st & 2nd Saturday: 8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

    Primary Sunday to Thursday 8:00 AM – 1:00 PM & 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

    Break Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM

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    AL WADI AL KABIRGUIDELINES FOR EXAMINATIONS

    MonthClasses I & II

    Classes III – V

    Classes VI – VIII

    Classes IX Class X Class XI Class XII

    Term - I

    May Pre-Mid Term (30 marks)Pre-Mid Term (30 marks)

    Pre-Mid Term (30 marks)

    Pre-Mid Term (30 marks)

    Pre-Mid Term (30 marks)

    Unit Test (30 marks)

    (10% weightage)

    Unit Test (30 marks)

    Sep Mid Term (30 marks)Mid Term

    (40 marks)Mid Term

    (80 marks)Mid Term

    (80 marks)Mid Term

    (80 marks)

    Assessment – I (70/80/90/100

    marks) (20% weightage)

    Assessment – I (70/80/90/100

    marks)

    Term - II

    Dec Post-Mid Term (30 marks)Post-Mid Term

    (30 marks)Post-Mid Term

    (30 marks)Post-Mid Term

    (80 marks)Post-Mid Term

    (80 marks)

    Assessment – II (70/80/90/100

    marks) (20% weightage)

    Rehearsal – I (70/80/90/100

    marks)

    Jan - - - - - -Rehearsal – II (70/80/90/100

    marks)

    Feb - - - - Rehearsal - I (80 marks)

    Final Examination (covering the

    entire syllabus) (70/80/90/100

    marks) (50% weightage)

    Board practical(s) /

    Rehearsal – III

    Mar

    Final Examination (covering the

    entire syllabus) (40 marks)

    Final Examination (covering the

    entire syllabus) (40 marks)

    Final Examination (80 marks)

    Final Examination (covering the entire syllabus)

    (80 marks)

    Board Examination

    CBSE (covering the entire syllabus)

    (80 marks)

    New Academic year for class XII starts

    Board Examination

    CBSE (covering the entire syllabus)

    Syllabus Coverage for Final Examination

    Class III – VI Class VII Class VIII

    10% of 1st term covering Significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

    20% of 1st term covering Significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

    30% of 1st term covering Significant topics + entire syllabus of 2nd term

    NB: The syllabi for the Pre-Mid Term, Mid Term & Post Mid-Term will be uploaded on the school website prior to the commencement of the examination

    INTERNAL ASSESSMENT (20%)

    NOTEBOOK SUBMISSION (5%)

    (Regularity, Punctuality, Neatness & Notebook

    upkeep)

    Subject Enrichment Activities (5%)Language1 English

    Speaking & Listening SkillsLanguage 2

    Hindi/French/Malayalam

    Science Practical Lab Work

    Mathematics Math Lab Practical

    Social Science Map Work & Project Work

    INTERNAL EVALUATION 10%

    10% of Pre-Mid Term, & Post Mid Term marks

    (I-VIII)&

    10% of Pre-Mid Term, Mid Term & Post Mid

    Term marks (IX-X)

    CO- SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES (CLASSES I-VII)For the holistic development of the students, co-curricular activities in the following areas be carried out in CBSE affiliated schools by the teachers and will be graded term-wise on a 3-point grading scale

    A = OUTSTANDING B = VERY GOOD C = FAIR

    The aspect of regularity, sincere participation, output and teamwork be the generic criteria for grading in the following co-scholastic activities:

    (a) WORK EDUCATION - Work Education refers to skill based activities resulting in goods or services useful to the community

    (b) ART EDUCATION - Visual & Performing Art

    (C) HEALTH and PHYSICAL EDUCATION - Sports/Yoga

    CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES (Class IX & X)The co-curricular activities for the holistic development of the student will be graded on a 5-point grading scale (A to E) and will have no descriptive indicators. No upscaling of grades will be done.

    DISCIPLINE (Classes I-VIII)The students will also be assessed for the discipline which will be based on the factors like attendance, sincerity behavior, values, tidiness, respectfulness for rules and regulations, attitude towards society, nation and others. Grading on Discipline will be done term-wise on a 3-point grading scale

    A = OUTSTANDING B = VERY GOOD C = FAIR

    DISCIPLINE (Classes IX & X)Discipline significantly impacts career shaping and it helps build character, sincerity, good behavior and values develop strength and foster unity and co-operation. Grading on Discipline will be done term-wise on a 5-point grading scale (A to E)

    Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas

    (Classes I-VIII)Grading Scale for Scholastic Areas

    (Classes IX)

    Grade are awarded on a 8-point grading scale

    MARKS RANGE GRADE MARKS RANGE GRADE

    91 — 100 A1 91 — 100 A1

    81 — 90 A2 81 — 90 A2

    71 —80 B1 71 —80 B1

    61 — 70 B2 61 — 70 B2

    51 — 60 C1 51 — 60 C1

    41 —50 C2 41 —50 C2

    33 — 40 D 33 — 40 D

    32 & below E (Needs improvement) 32 & belowE (Not eligible for

    promotion)

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR Pupils using unfair means in any given assessment will be awarded zero

    in that subject in that particular assessment.

    PROMOTION RULES1. The pass mark in a subject is 40%. To be eligible for promotion to the next class, a pupil should,

    apart from fulfilling the conditions given below, also appear in all assessments / revision tests and should have a minimum of 80% attendance.

    2. Normally pupils of Kindergarten level are promoted to the next class. However those not successful in developing linguistic and numerical skills will be counselled and guided for the best course of action for the development of varied learning skills.

    3. Promotion of pupils of Grades I - VIII will be decided on the basis of all assessments conducted during the academic year and the Final Assessment. They should pass in all academic subjects. Students of Grades VI - VIII should, in addition, pass in the Third Language.

    4. For Classes VI - X pupils are assessed in Work Experience, Art Education, Club Activities, Physical & Health Education.

    5. NO RETEST POLICY (All Classes)-A student who is detained cannot be promoted by taking a retest.

    6. Exemption for examinations is allowed only in the following cases:- a) Medical (with valid medical certificate) b) Emergency Cases c) Visa related issues, if any

    7. Extra time / Exemptions in any subject for any examinations will be according to CBSE Examination by-laws (http://cbse.nic.in/newsite/examinationbyelaws.html), the application should be submitted to school authorities through the concerned Subject Teacher/HOD before Summer Break with supporting documents. A case reported after the Summer Break will not be processed for obtaining permission from CBSE.

    8. Pass Criteria for Grade X A candidate will be eligible to get the Pass Certificate of the Board if: a) He / she passes in all the subjects of internal assessment and b) He / she obtains a pass percentage in all the five academic subjects of the external examination.

    9. Promotion Rules (Class XI) Science / Commerce :

    a) Students of class XI will have one Unit Test, two Assessments and a Final Examination with the following weightage

    Unit test 10% Weightage

    Assessment Test – I 20% Weightage

    Assessement Test – II 20% Weightage

    Final Examination 50% Weightage

    Subjects involving practicals will require pass marks separately in theory and practical. Note: 40% aggregate in all subjects is required for the promotion to class XII.

    b) A student is eligible for promotion to the next class if he/she meets the criteria as is mentioned in the CBSE norms and should have a minimum of 80% attendance.

    c) Students should pass in all the subjects of Internal Assessments – General Studies, Work Experience and Physical Education.

    d) It is mandatory for a student to appear in all Assessments.

    UNIFORM

    It is essential that only the approved material and shade are used. Shades other than the approved ones will not be permitted. Therefore, please buy the material from the approved supplier only.

    Material : For shirts & blouses : white material

    : For trousers & pinafores : Thai Toray - T, 508 grey, two tone suit material

    REGULAR UNIFORM FOR BOYS• Grey Shorts for Stds I to IV

    • Grey Trousers (long pants) V - XII

    • White short - sleeved shirt

    • Black belt

    • Black sports shoes with laces

    • White socks

    REGULAR UNIFORM FOR GIRLS• Grey pinafore

    • White short-sleeved blouse

    • Bloomers

    • Black sports shoes with laces

    • White socks

    • White ribbons / white bands

    SCHOOLUNIFORM

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    P. E. UNIFORM

    Classes - I to XII

    • House colour T – Shirt (poly mesh) with School Logo and House Name

    • Black track with house colour piping

    • White socks

    • Full black sports shoes with laces

    • During the winter season, students are permitted to wear plain, dark navy blue, sleeveless or full sleeve pullovers / sweaters as prescribed by the school.

    THE FOLLOWING PATTERN OF REGULAR UNIFORM FOR GIRLS WILL BE PERMITTED TO SCHOOL:

    • The pinafore should be sufficiently broad from the shoulder to the waist and open on the sides.

    • The buttons of the shoulder and the waist should be punched buttons of the pinafore materials.

    • The pinafore skirts should have eight box pleats, four in the front and four at the back.

    • The pleats should be sufficiently broad. Each pleat should have enough material tucked in to prevent it from opening when worn.

    • The pinafore should have a zip on the side of the waist where the button is fixed, with a pocket on the other side.

    • The waistband should be proportionate to the size of the pinafore.

    • The pleats should be stitched to 3” below the waistband.

    • The pinafore should be 1” below the knee.

    Back Front

    CODE OF CONDUCT

    1. Pupils are expected to maintain a high standard in their general behaviour and manner of speech. Use of improper language will not be accepted.

    2. English being the medium of instruction in the school, students are advised to speak in English only.

    3. Students should be well-behaved, respectful to their elders, honest and truthful. They are answerable to the school authorities for their conduct in and outside the school.

    4. Students should have a deep respect for and dedication to their work. Attentiveness in class and regularity in homework and assignments are of prime importance.

    5. Personal hygiene and neatness are essential. Hair must be neatly groomed, worn short in the case of boys and neatly tied (preferably in plaits) in the case of girls with long hair.

    6. School uniform is compulsory at all times. Clothes must be clean and ironed and shoes must be polished. P.E. uniform must be worn on the prescribed days along with the black sports shoes. Students in improper uniform will face disciplinary action.

    7. Students must be in school in time for the General Assembly during which silence should be maintained.

    8. Students are expected to move to and from classrooms after Assembly, P.E. classes, library, laboratories etc. in silence and in an orderly manner.

    9. Students must not only keep their classrooms but the entire school campus neat and tidy. They should be particularly careful to avoid littering the area. The bins provided should be made use of. Chewing gum is forbidden in school.

    10. Students are strictly forbidden to bring to school any books, newspapers, magazines, etc., and instruments not pertaining to their daily work.

    11. A support team of responsible students (prefects and monitors) is selected and elected each year to look after the class in the absence of the teacher and to look after the discipline at functions. Students must obey them at all times.

    12. During class hours students should not leave the classrooms under any pretext. They are not allowed to leave the school premises without the permission of the Principal, Vice-Principal or administrator in case of emergency.

    13. Students must realise that the school and its property belongs to them. Proper care of school property and things belonging to others is the mark of a well-bred and responsible student. Any damage to school property will not be overlooked. The loss must be made good by the offender.

    14. The school does not accept responsibility for the loss of books, money, clothes, etc. Each child is responsible for his or her belongings. Parents are advised not to allow their children to bring any valuables to school.

    15. Presentation of gifts to members of the staff requires advance sanction.

    16. Private tuition in any subject from any member of the school staff without the permission of the Principal is forbidden.

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    17. The management reserves the right to expel students who make no progress in their studies or whose conduct is detrimental to the orderly life of the school. Irregular attendance, insubordination to teachers, habitual inattention to school work, obscenity in word or act, repeated damage to school property, etc.are sufficient reasons for dismissal of a pupil.

    18. All students should present themselves in school on the opening day of the school after a vacation. Absentees who do not give prior intimation of the delay may have their names struck off the roll to enable the school to accommodate those on the waiting list.

    19. No leave of absence is granted except for valid reasons, and only on prior written application by parents.

    20. Application for medical leave should be accompanied by a medical certificate from a qualified doctor on proper letter pad carrying the name, address and contact phone numbers.

    21. A pupil who has, for some unexplained reason, been absent for a month or more is liable to have his / her name struck off without advance notice. If readmitted, he or she will be considered as a new admission.

    22. Pupils are not allowed to mark their skin with tattoos. Defaulters will be seriously dealt with.

    23. Mobile phones, Ipods, Smart/Digital wrist watches and wrist bands in the school are strictly forbidden.

    24. Lockers have been provided to the students to lessen the load of their bags. However, they should refrain from using them while a lesson is in progress. Students will not be allowed to use lockers after the school hours. The upkeep of the locker is the sole responsibility of the student. If the locker is damaged or the key is lost, the student will have to compensate the loss.

    Blue or Yellow Card can be withdrawn, if there is an improvement in behaviour over a period of time.

    • Issue of colour card depends on the criteria corresponding to disciplinary measures

    • Final decision on the nature of punishment rests with the Disciplinary Committee, Principal & School Management

    • RED CARD once issued will NOT be withdrawn.

    DISCIPLINARY

    MEASURES

    Improper Uniform (includes shoes & socks, haircut & hair colour, accessories, makeup, nails etc.,)

    Frequent late attendance

    Bringing contraband items to school (GSM, CD’s cameras, tobacco etc.,)

    Truancy

    Irregular in academic activities

    Disrespect to teachers

    Tattoos

    This card is issued by Class Teacher in consultation with Subject Teacher and

    (HOD)

    Use of improper and abusive language

    Leaving school premises without permission

    Using unfair means in examinations

    Stealing or damaging School properties

    Teenage issues

    Vandalism

    This card is issued by Vice-Principal in consultation with Discipline Committee

    and (HOD)

    Immoral acts in the School premises

    Misuse of Social Media by posting negative comments/images on School, Students and Teachers

    Serious manhandling of students

    Any other offence of serious nature like smoking/drinking in the school premises or bringing obscene literature to School

    (This card is issued by Principal in consultation with Vice-Principal, Student

    Council and Discipline Committee)

    CRITERIA - 1 CRITERIA - 2 CRITERIA - 3

    Blue Card Yellow Card Red Card

    Students will be issued BLUE YELLOW or RED card if found deviating from School Rules & Regulations mentioned in pages 34 and 35

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    BLUE CARD YELLOW CARD RED CARD

    1st StepFirst warning

    2nd StepSecond warning if same offence is repeated

    3rd StepAfter 2nd warning, if same offence is repeated

    1st StepFirst warning

    2nd StepAfter 1st warning, if same offence is repeated

    Issue of this card

    leads to

    Transfer Certificate

    ROLE OF PARENTS / GUARDIANS:

    Parents/Guardians are aware of the fact that their help and co-operation are needed for the building of sound

    character in pupils. Their children must be made to realize that a well-ordered and disciplined way of life

    is as important at home as in school. They are, therefore, earnestly requested to see that the rules of the school are strictly observed.

    Parents/Guardians can play their important and responsible roles by:

    • developing in their children the habit of punctuality at school.

    • ensuring that their children come neatly dressed to school.

    • giving importance to preparation of lessons and completion of home work under parental guidance.

    • persuading them to read the books issued to them.

    • encouraging their children to take part in the activities of the school.

    • signing all tests/examination papers, report cards etc., and entries made in their ward’s almanac, whether satisfactory or not.

    • informing the Principal of their child’s absence for any reason, within a week.

    • intimating the school of any change of address or telephone number.

    • mentioning the Std., Section and G.R. No. of the child when communicating with the school.

    • cooperating with school staff and traffic wardens on duty.

    • avoiding interaction with students or teachers during school hours without the sanction of the authorities.

    • keeping their children at home when infected by some contagious disease, till the danger of the infection has passed (for at least a fortnight).

    • ensuring that their children leave the school premises not later than fifteen minutes after the closure of school.

    • visiting the Principal only on a working day, within the stipulated hours.

    • obtaining the Principal’s permission before engaging the staff of the school for private tuition.

  • INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    CODE OF CONDUCT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

    We have read the Code of Conduct laid down by the school and ensure that our ward/s will strictly follow the same.

    Name of the Student: ...................................................................................................

    Class / Sec:…………......……………………….G.R.No:……….....…………………………….

    Name of the Father: .....................................................................................................

    Name of the Mother: ........ …………………………………………………………………………

    Father’s signature: .......................................................................................................

    Mother’s signature: ......................................................................................................

    Date: ..........................................................................................................................

    Tel. Nos. (Off.): ...........................................................................................................

    (Res): .................................................................................................................

    (GSM): .......................................................................................................................

    E – Mail: .....................................................................................................................

    (To be handed over to the class teacher)

    Watch your thoughts,

    they become words.

    Watch your words,

    they become actions

    Watch your actions,

    they become habits.

    Watch your habits,

    they become character.

    Watch your character;

    it becomes your destiny.

  • INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIRSCHOOL MONITORED TRANSPORT

    STUDENT INFORMATION FORM ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

    Name of Student:

    GR Number: Grade/Class:

    Section: Session:

    Date of Birth: Age:

    Mode of transport: Gender: Male Female

    School Monitored Transport /

    Own arrangement

    Name of Private Bus Contractor:

    Details of Siblings

    RESIDENCE DETAILS:

    Apt No: Building No:

    Way No: Road:

    Landmark: Area:

    Route No: (Enter the route no.as per your choice)

    ROUTE-1: Wadi Kabir area upto Sheraton Hotel

    ROUTE-2: MBD & CBD / Rex Road / Muttrah

    ROUTE-3: Ruwi upto Hamriya

    ROUTE-4: Darsait / Jibroo / Corniche

    ROUTE-5: Wattayah / Qurum

    ROUTE-6: PDO

    ROUTE-7: Madinat Sultan Qaboos / Al Khuwair

    ROUTE-8: Beyond Al Khuwair upto Al Khoud

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR

    Pick-up Point: Drop Point:

    Sl. No. Location Sl. No. Location1 Al Khuwair 1 Al Khuwair2 Al Qurum 2 Al Qurum3 Qurum PDO 3 Qurum PDO4 Darsait 4 Darsait5 Jibroo 5 Jibroo6 Chorniche 6 Chorniche7 Muscat 7 Muscat8 CBD 8 CBD9 MBD 9 MBD

    10 Muttrah 10 Muttrah11 Rex Road 11 Rex Road12 Ruwi 12 Ruwi13 Badr Al Saama 13 Badr Al Saama14 Al Wadi Kabir 14 Al Wadi Kabir15 Al Wattayah 15 Al Wattayah16 Al Hamariya 16 Al Hamariya17 Al Khoud 17 Al Khoud18 Al Hail 18 Al Hail19 Al Seeb 19 Al Seeb20 Al Ghubrah 20 Al Ghubrah21 Al Azaiba 21 Al Azaiba22 Ghala 22 Ghala23 Madinat Qaboos 23 Madinat Qaboos

    Parent / Guardian Name:

    E-mail: Alternate E-mail:

    Office No: Residence No:

    Emergency No: P. O. Box:

    Father’s Mobile: Mother’s Mobile:

    Would you like to opt for school monitored transport Yes No

    TERMS & CONDITIONS

    For any queries you may contact the transporter directly as the school will not be held responsible transport issues related to day to day operations.

    You may contact the respective transport operator and provide the necessary details required by them to pick up and drop your ward.

    APRIL MAY JUNE

    JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER

    OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER

    JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH

    APRIL MAY JUNE

    CALENDAR 2018

    CALENDAR 2019

    2018 - 2019

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    INDIAN SCHOOLAL WADI AL KABIR CALENDAR OF ACADEMIC & CO-SCHOLASTIC ACTIVITIES 2018 – 2019

    KG, PRIMARY (Morning & Afternoon Shift) & SENIOR SCHOOL

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    VII – X Orientation for Students I to V (M/S & A/S)

    5 6 7

    Parent OrientationClasses I - X

    Staff working

    8

    New Academic Year begins for Class VI

    9 10 11 12

    Isra’a Wal Miraj

    13 14

    128th Ambedkar JayantiOrientation for Parents of class XIInnovation Club Inauguration

    15

    Ambedkar JayantiSpecial Assembly-

    New Academic Year begins For KG I (M/S & A/S)

    16 17

    Counselling Session forVI and VII

    18

    New Academic Year begins for class XI

    19

    Good Manners Day Assembly KG II (M/S & A/S)

    20 21

    Parent Orientation KG I & KG II (M/S & A/S)

    22 Kindergarten Day KG I & KG II (M/S & A/S) Earth Day Celebrations

    23

    Student Council Elections begins

    24

    Inter-House Hindi Elocution (VI-VIII)

    25

    Study Skills & Time Management – Counselling Session

    26

    Inter-House English Elocution(IX-XII)

    27 28

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    Inter–School Hindi Extempore Competition

    Academic Year begins – all classes except XII

    APRIL 2018

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    Investiture Ceremony Practice

    2

    Investiture Ceremony Practice

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    Junior Quiz pot Interschool quiz

    4 5

    Career Fair2018-2019

    6 7

    Support Staff Day

    Entrepreneurship Club:Dept. of Commerce

    8

    Investiture Ceremony RehersalsClasses IV & V (M/S & A/S)

    9 Red Day AssemblyKG I (M/S & A/S)

    Study Skills and Time Management –Counselling Session

    Investiture Ceremony Rehersals - Classes IV & V (M/S & A/S)

    10 CONCERTS KG II (M/S)

    Investiture CeremonyIV & V (M/S & A/S)

    International Day of Families

    11

    Science India Forum Competitions

    12

    Science India Forum CompetitionsFalicitation

    13

    Mother’s Day Celebrations

    14

    Inter-House Hindi Debate( IX -XII)

    15

    Pre-Mid Term/Unit Test Starts

    16

    The Holy month of Ramadan starts

    Hindi Choral RecitationClass – III (M/S)

    17 18 19

    20 21 22 23

    Inter-House English Elocution (VI-VIII)

    24 25 26

    27

    World Environment Day CelebrationsIII – V (M/S & A/S)

    28 29 30

    World Environment DayBlue Day AssemblyKG I (M/S & A/S)

    31

    Pre-Mid Term Exam/Unit Test Ends Pre-Mid Term Exam

    Summer Vacations

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    In-House Training for Teachers

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    In-House Training for Teachers

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    In-House Training for Teachers

    7

    In-House Training for Teachers

    8 9

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    11 12 13 14 15

    Eid-Al-FitrEnd of Ramadan

    16

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    24

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    Teacher Training according to the need analysis from each department from external training agencies

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    Teacher Training according to the need analysis from each department from external training agencies

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    Teacher Training according to the need analysis from each department from external training agencies

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    JULY 2018

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    Emotional Regulations-VII

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    Staff Working

    12

    Inter-House English Debate (IX-XII)

    13 14

    Independence DaySpecial Assembly

    15

    Independence Day

    16

    Inter-School Science Quiz (Senior School)

    17 18

    Class Concerts Finals Classes I to III (M/S)

    19

    Story Telling Competition practice - Class II - (M/S)

    Inter-House English Debate (VI-VIII)

    Story Telling Competition Final - Class II (A/S)

    20

    Eid Celebrations

    Story Telling Competition practice – Class II (M/S)

    Hindi Choral Recitation Class IV (M/S)

    21

    Inter-School Story Telling Competition Finals (Class II - (M/S)

    22

    Eid Al Adha

    23

    Eid Al Adha

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    Eid Al AdhaOnam

    25

    Eid Al Adha

    26 27

    Onam Celebrations

    IT CompetitionClass V (M/S)

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    IT CompetitionClass V (M/S)

    29

    Eid Special AssemblyClasses I & II (M/S

    Inter-School Commerce dept. event – Practice

    30 • Yellow Day AssemblyKG I (M/S & A/S)•Expressions 2018 Round 1 (M/S & A/S)Inter-School Commerce dept. event.•English Debate Competition Final Class V (A/S)•Syllabus Completion for Mid-Term

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    AUGUST 2018

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    2

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    3 4

    5

    Teacher’s Day Celebrations

    6

    Inter House Math Quiz Nutrition Week Celebrations ends Class V (M/S & A/S)

    7 8

    9

    International Literacy / Reading Day

    Inter-School English Language Quiz

    10

    Expressioins 2018Finals - Class III (A/S)

    11

    Al Hijri New Year

    12

    Mid-Term Exams/ Assessment-1 Begins

    13 14 15

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    Mid-Term Examination Assessment-1 Ends

    Note: Excursion to Hypermarket KG I and KG II [Both shifts]Mid-Term Examinations

    SEPTEMBER 2018

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    2

    Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations

    3

    Expressions 2018 Class III (M/S)

    Rehearsals

    4Hindi Choral Recitation Class III & IV (A/S)

    World Animal Day Classes I & II (A/S)

    Expressions 2018 Class III (M/S)Rehearsals

    5 6

    PTM Classes I – V (M/S)

    7

    Expressions 2018 Class III (M/S)

    8 World Elders Day Classes I & II (M/S)

    Wildlife Week Celebrations Ends Class III (M/S & A/S)

    Expressions 2018 Finals Class III (M/S)

    9 10 Yoga & Aerobics CompetitionsAll Classes

    World Mental Health Day

    Navaratri begins

    11 Green Day Assembly KG I - (M/S & A/S)

    Public Speaking Competition Round 1 Class IV (M/S & A/S)

    12 13

    PTM Classes VI – XII

    PTM Classes I – V (A/S)

    14 15

    World Students DayRobotics

    16 17

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    Dusshera

    19 20

    21

    Mathematics Quiz-Round I Classes III – V (M/S & A/S)

    22

    Inter-School Software Development Competition/IT Quiz / Computer Fest Class II (M/S & A/S)

    23

    English Bonanza Round 1Classes III–V (M/S & A/S) Computer Fest Class III (M/S & A/S)

    24

    Model UN AssemblyComputer Fest Class IV (M/S & A/S)

    25 Hindi Choral Recitation Class II (M/S & A/S)

    Computer Fest Class V (M/S & A/S)

    26 27

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    Science Quiz Round I III – V (M/S & A/S)

    29

    IT Competition Class IV (M/S)

    English Choral Recitation Classes III & IV (A/S)

    Adolescence Transition – Counselling Session

    30

    English Choral Recitation Class II (M/S) IT Competition Class IV (M/S)

    31 Tree DayClasses I & II (M/S)

    Public Speaking Competition Finals Class IV (M/S & A/S)

    English Choral Recitation Class II (A/S)

    Inter-House English Drama Competition Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

    Note: Excursion to the Beach KG I & KG II [(M/S & (A/S]

    OCTOBER 2018

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    Annual Sports Day – Primary (M/S) Orange Day Assembly KG I (M/S & A/S) Computer Fest FinalsClasses II - V (A/S)

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    Annual ExhibitionClasses VI – XII

    4 Computer Festivals Class IV (M/S)English Elocution CompetitionClass V (M/S & A/S) Stress Management Classes X & XII

    5

    Math Quiz Final Round Classes III – V (M/S & A/S)

    Annual Sports Day – KG

    6

    English Choral Recitation Class III (M/S) Diwali Celebrations Math Week

    7

    Diwali

    8

    New Year

    9

    Excursion

    10

    Excursion

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    Children’s Day Fun Activities Clasees I – V (M/S & A/S)

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    Children’s Day Fun Activities Classes I – V (M/S & A/S) Annual Sports Day - Senior

    14

    Children’s DayCelebrations

    15 National Day Assembly

    ISWK Carnival

    Syllabus Completion Class XII

    Mathematics Day – Special Assembly

    16

    Excursion

    17

    Career Orientation – Counselling Dept

    Excursion

    18

    National Day of Oman

    19

    Science Quiz Finals Classes III – V (M/S & A/S)

    20

    Prophets Birthday

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    Excursion

    25

    Annual Sports Day (A/S)

    Rehearsal Exam for Class XII starts

    26

    Constitution Day

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    Excursion Excursion

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    Founders’ Day

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    10

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    11

    Post-Mid Term Examination/Assessment-2 begins

    12 13

    Purple Day Assembly KG I (M/S & A/S)

    14 15

    16 17 18 19 20 Post-Mid Term Examination/Assessment-2 ends

    Revision Classes for Class XII ends

    Christmas Celebrations

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    National Mathematics Day

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    Christmas

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    PTM (Classes VI – XII)

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    14

    Excursions Classes I & II (M/S)

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    ExcursionsClasses I & II (M/S)

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    ExcursionsClasses I & II (M/S)

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    Math BeeClass I (M/S)

    5th French Fiesta

    18 19

    PTM Classes I – V (M/S & A/S)

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    Inter-School Mathematics Quiz

    21

    Hindi Story Telling Class IV (M/S & A/S)

    Logikid IT Competition Class II (M/S)

    22

    English Bonanza Class III (M/S & A/S)

    Logikid IT CompetitionClass II (M/S)

    23

    English BonanzaClass IV (M/S & A/S)

    24 Republic Day Celebrations

    English Bonanza Class V (M/S & A/S)

    Syllabus Completion for Class X

    25 26

    Republic Day

    27

    Excursions III - V (M/S)

    Singing CompetitionClass III (M/S)

    Preliminary Exams-2 for class XII ends

    28 Excursions III - V (M/S)

    Singing CompetitionClass II (M/S)

    Mock Practical Examination begins for class XII

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    Excursions III - V (M/S)

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    Excursions III - V (M/S)

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    Excursions III - V (M/S)

    IT Competition Class III (M/S)

    Note: Excursion to the ParkClasses KG I & II (M/S & A/S)

    CBSE Practical’s (Mock & Board)Preliminary Examinations (XII)

    Excursions I- V (M/S & A/S)

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    4

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    5

    Singing CompetitionClass I (A/S)

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    Hindi Elocution(Classes V both shifts)

    7

    Singing Competition Class II (A/S)

    Geography Bee Class II (M/S

    Syllabus Completion Class IX & XI

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    13 14 Formal Farewell

    English Choral Recitation. Class IV (M/S & A/S)

    Syllabus Completion for Classes I – VII.

    8th Science Festival Senior School Final

    15 16

    Informal Farewell

    17

    Final Assessment for Class IX begins

    Self-Esteem Counselling Session

    Classes VI & VII

    18 19 Hindi Choral Recitation Class I (M/S & A/S)

    Mock Exam for Class X ends

    Final Assessment for Class XI begins

    20 21

    Annual Exhibition KG I & II (M/S & A/S)

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    Singing Competition Class V (M/S)

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    English Choral Recitation Class I (A/S)

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    Assessment for Class IX and XI ends

    Inter-School Science Quiz Classes IV & V

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    New Academic Year of X & XII begins

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    Final Assessment Classes I–VIII ends

    Graduation DayClass V (M/S & A/S)

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    Declaration of Results and Sale of BooksClasses I-V (M/S & A/S)

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    Declaration of Results and Sale of BooksKG (M/S & A/S)

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