Feedback and assessment is very important in any learning process and are provided to enable the students to build on their performance.
CONTINUOUS COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT
Assessment is through the year on the basis of not only academics but also commitment, work ethics, understanding and will to learn. Formative and Summative assessments are carried out to assess the students learning and understanding. Internal assessments are based on cumulative record of students during the continuous assessment in the school.
For Classes Pre-school and Pre-Primary
The Evaluation Scheme is continuous and comprehensive as it focuses on the daily, consistent progress of the child. This is based on the daily interaction in class, levels of general awareness, quality of work and comprehension of concepts taught. The approach attaches equal importance to co-curricular activities along with academics.
Classes I – V
Grades are allotted in the Report Cards based on a 5-point scale.
Internal Assessment is based on the class assignments / projects / activities and other criteria as per the subject.
Grades are also awarded for Computers, Work experience, Art Education, Performing Arts and Physical and Health Education.
Classes VI – X
The academic year is divided into two semesters and assessments will be formative and summative as per the CBSE guidelines. Grades will be given on a nine-point scale for scholastic and four point scale for Co-scholastic areas.
Classes XI – XII
As per CBSE guidelines.
Parents – Partners in School Education
Regular Parent Teacher interactions are organized to help the school understand your child better and find ways to realize his potential to the maximum.
Individualized homework assigned to appropriate grade levels seems to help students develop the disciplined study habits that result in increased scholastic achievements.
Practice, preparation, and extension assignments are prepared for the students to be accomplished in the class or at home.
Parent – Teacher Meeting
The Parent-Teacher Interaction / Meeting is a time for the parents to share their knowledge of their child, including their hopes for the child’s future and is beyond grades or problems that the student may be experiencing. It is also an opportunity for the teacher to increase the parents’ awareness of their child’s classroom experience and how the child relates within the school environment.
Parent-teacher meetings, both formal and informal are a regular feature of school life. Parent-Teacher interaction is done on regular intervals.
This is a supplementary component of the school, where the pupils progress is evaluated, discussed and optimistic suggestions are made for right development of the student. We see parents as partners in their child’s education, and parents are involved in any strategy to address difficulties or challenges that a child might be experiencing. Teachers are in regular contact with parents.