Unit Tests and School Examination System
- To ensure inclusive and progressive education promoting lifelong learning for the students and in conformity with the new education policy, the school will follow a system of continuous evaluation and assessments for Primary to Class V. This will be an ongoing system based on assessments which include engaging pedagogy so that each child receives an experiential and holistic education which is more integrated and inquiry-driven as well as encourages the young learners to acquire 21st century skills and be global citizens. The aim of assessment will shift from one that primarily tests rote memorization skills to one that is more competency based, promotes learning and development for our students, and tests higher-order skills, such as analysis, critical thinking, and conceptual clarity.
- In addition to the formative assessments, one year-end Maths and English assessment will be held for classes 3 and 5.
*The rules and norms regarding school timings, parent interaction meetings etc. will not be followed as mentioned above till the school reopens for the children.
Report Card Day
Test and exam results will be declared on this day.
The school believes that while academic performance is important it cannot be at the cost of the health of its students. Children who are sick must not come to school, for their own sake, and for the sake of their class mates. If a test is missed on account of such absence, parents should accept it as such and not insist on a retest or try to send a sick child to school. While the child will be marked absent in the report card, there are no long term repercussions to such absence.