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General

The student's personality, initiative and originality are given full scope in creative curricular activities and by involvement and participation in youth groups and movements, sports and games.

Every student is expected to take part in school activities. This rule is applicable even when such activities are organized beyond the school hours or at any other premises. Each student is obliged to take part in co­curricular activities. It is not possible to allow students to indulge in co-curricular activities at their will and selectively. While selecting students for excursions / educational tours participation in School co-curricular activities and attendance during Saturday activities will have a considerable weight age.

Sports organised outside the regular school curriculum and timings are available to students by selection and on deposit of a refundable security/ subsidised cost, subject to completion of the activity/sport as per school regulations. The security is non refundable in case of non compliance or completion of the sports/activity. The maximum time allowed to claim refund is one year from leaving the school. The amount there after will be transferred to the donation fund.

Students wanting to participate in Educational Tours by the school have to have a good behavioural record and above average academic performance before being considered for such tours.

Celebrations

To enable students to understand and imbibe the ideals represented by eminent statesmen, writers and saints, their birth anniversaries are observed. The days of national importance are also observed with due solemnity.

Excursions

Excursions/educational tours/picnic/class visits to places of educational importance are organized for all the students every year. Parents/ guardians are to exercise their consent in writing to the School in case they want their wards to participate in excursions/ educational tours organized by the School. While all reasonable measures and care for the safety of the students will be taken by the School, the management does not accept any liability in the course of the journey or stay during such excursions / educational tours / picnic etc. of any accident, theft, robbery, and dacoity or for any other reason.

Competitions

Inter House Music, Debate, Drama, Elocutions, Story Telling, Recitation, Quiz competitions are organized. Students are also encouraged and trained to participate in competitions organized by other institutions. where students and teachers get an opportunity to display their talents.

Singing classes are held regularly.

Games & Sports

P.T., Drills and Yogic exercises are taught by qualified teachers. Facilities in Football, Cricket, carom and Table Tennis Gym equipment etc. are made available. In addition to these, Athletic Meet is organized periodically.

Social Service

To develop in our students a sense of social responsibility and awareness of the social problems, Social Service Programmes are taken up. Selected children attend the Old Age Home once every week.

IAFYP

The International Award for Young People which was formerly known as The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a voluntary, non competitive international award, where character building through self improvement is the ultimate goal. The award programme has been instituted in the school for selected students since the Academic Year 2007-08. The award programme is available to students on payment of 50% of expenditure, in advance.

 

LIST OFACTIVITIES


Inter House Competitions

Inter House Debate Hindi.

Inter House Drama Competition

Inter House Drawing Competition.

Inter House Elocution English

Inter House Elocution Competition Vernacular

Inter House English Debate.

Inter House Essay Competition English

Inter House Essay Competition Vernacular

Inter House Face painting Competition.

Inter House Fancy Dress

Inter House Flower Arrangement Competition

Inter House Handwriting Competition

Inter House Just A Minute.

Inter House Mehandi Competition

Inter House Quiz

Inter House Spelling Competition

Inter House Spelling Competition Vernacular

Inter House Games and Sports

Inter House Carrom Tournament.

Inter House Soccer Tournament.

Inter House Cricket Tournament.

Inter House Table Tennis Tournament.

Inter House Athletics Tournament.

Inter House KhoKho Tournament.

Inter House Pittu Tournament.

Inter House Croquet Tournament.

Inter House Cricket Tournament.

Beyond The School Activities

Yearly Educational Tour

Class Visits to Kolkata places of Educational Interest

Health and Social Activities

Eye Camp classes 1-10

Dental Check up 1-10

Psychological Needs Workshops for students

Service at Old Age Home

Club Activities

Aerobics

Art

Ballet and Jazz

Clay Modelling

Computer

Cookery

Creative Art

Cricket

Croquet

Cross Stich

Dance

Dramatics

First Aid

Football

Handsonic

Indoor games

Inter National Award for Young People

Music

Paper Mache /Pittu/Quiz/Scrabble/Synthesizer

Theatre/Stage Make up /Yoga


 

 

NOTICE CLASS 10 ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Every year, the class 10 will be accorded the opportunity to avail extra study hours for preparation for the Board exams. In keeping with this, the following will be applicable for class 10 students every year -

  1. Voluntary attendance/participation on activity Saturdays and in school co-curricular activities, w.e.f commencement of Second Term.
  2. Full study leave to start from last Monday of January..

 

Extract of advisory from the Department of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India, New Delhi forwarded vide D.O. No.12-19/2012­RMSA-1 dated 8th November, 2016

Recent research in school education indicates that a major issue and cause for concern among students in schools is bullying. Bullying/ ragging is a damaging feature in schools. Nature of bullying can be, diverse and complex. Bullying can be directly from the bully to the victim (eg, through physical intimidation or attacks, verbal abuse, unwanted attention and advances, damaging property), or it can be indirect (eg, through spreading malicious rumours). It can also include cyber-bullying (eg, sending unpleasant sms messages, photographs or emails, to the victim or to others).

Bullying has severe detrimental effects on those who are bullied. The effects can be immediate. They can also be long-term and can cause lifelong damage. In every bullying situation, there are typically three key parties: THE VICTIM, THE BULLY OR BULLIES, AND THOSE WHO STAND BY, WHO ARE AWARE OF THE BULLYING. Each of these three parties is affected negatively by bullying

The responsibility of preventing any undesirable aspect of bullying and ragging rests jointly and also individually on Head of the institution, Teachers, non- teaching staff, the students and the parents.

The methods of intervention are as important as methods of prevention. School's decision, taken after following process of fair investigation, should not be ordinarily challenged. Penalties which may be taken by the School Management as per observation and understanding the gravity of the misconduct are as follows:

a)Oral/written warning.

b)Suspension from attending classes/school for a specified period.

c) Withholding or cancelling the results.

d) Imposition of fine up to a specified amount.

e) Expulsion/rustication from school in rarest of rare cases.

THE HEADS OF THE INSTITUTION, ALL STUDENTS, TEACHING AND NON-TEACHING STAFF AND PARENTS MUST BE ENGAGED IN THE EFFORT AGAINST BULLYING ON A CONTINUAL BASIS, AS PART OF THE MORALAND ADMINISTRATIVE FABRIC OF THE SCHOOL.

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