The number of children are limited to 35 in the higher classes and 30 in the lower ones. Evaluations are conducted at regular intervals, and the parents are informed of their ward’s progress periodically. Corrective measures and extra coaching is given whenever necessary.
We limit the number of students per class to ensure personalized attention in the delivery of the curriculum and closer interaction between teacher and student. Regular evaluations are conducted throughout the year to track progress, report feedback and introduce corrective measures, if required, in joint consultation with parents. Steps are taken to ensure that the student's school experiences provide meaningful and relevant learnings that parallel those found in everyday life and increase his or her self-esteem and self-confidence.
The school experiences also promote positive interpersonal relationships where students can work together and become caring and sharing individuals. Students are given grades according to their aptitude and performance to provide them the impetus to compete with their own selves.