We believe in small classes which enable individual attention and effective teaching and monitoring of students. The maximum number of students in a class is 25.
Intensive Tuition and Assessment
Our intense teaching methods ensure that students are familiar with all aspects of the syllabus. Using well planned timetables, continuous assessment and homework, students’ progress is monitored.
Students are tested monthly and examined at the end of each term. Parents are kept informed with
reports on the academic performance and welfare of their children twice a term. Students who score below sixty-percent at the end of any test season are placed on academic probation where they receive more personalised coaching and have to put in extended hours of study. Those who make ninety-percent and above are placed on the honour roll for the term. To enrich learning and stimulate a healthy competitive spirit, students have opportunities to represent the school in national and international competitions in mathematics, science, reading and essay writing.
Our state-of-the-art facilities include IT enabled classrooms and electronic teaching facilities such as interactive whiteboards and projectors. These make teaching more lively, realistic and interesting.
The school is well staffed with competent, experienced and professionally qualified teaching and non-teaching staff. Members of our staff are carefully selected to complement our modern teaching methods and facilities. We believe that good teachers are vital to the success of a school. Therefore our staff are trained and constantly retrained in order to maintain our reputed standard.
We encourage close involvement of parents in monitoring the progress of their children. Open days are held twice every term, where parents can discuss issues with teaching staff on the academic performance and conduct of their children. Parents may also be invited by the principal on discipline issues with their children.
The Parent-Teacher Association presents a platform for parents to contribute on issues affecting their children. A parent’s tea party is also held once a session to acquaint parents with real classroom issues. We celebrate our mothers once every session during Mothers’ Day.