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Apex Academy

SCHOOL HOURS

The school hours is usually from 10-00 a.m. to 4 p.m. But during the Winter Season the school hours is set from 10-00 a.m. to 3-30 p.m. The school hours of Play Group to Prep. is from 10-00 a.m. to 1-30 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 10-00 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday. Examinations, co-curricular activities, picnic, observance of important occasions may be held on Saturdays. It is mandatory for the students to take part in Sports, observance of important days, excursions and all other programmes undertaken by the school.

SCHOOL UNIFORM

The students must come to school in complete , neat and tidy uniform. In the days of sports and physical education, the students will come to school positively in Physical Education dress. White aprons will certainly be used in the practical classes. Nails and hair should be regularly cut and trimmed.

STUDENT’S DIARY

A Student’s Diary is a very important medium for the communications between teachers and guardians in relation to the daily lessons and activities of students. The guardians are requested to use the diary effectively to communicate their views and opinions to the school. The guardians have every right to talk to the teachers but only during the recess. They can also meet the teachers to discuss any academic problem of their wards.

CONVEYANCE

The school arranges wide range of conveyance system for the transit of the students. Buses are arranged elaborately. Conveyance charges are decided according to the distance. The exchange of Escort Card is very important. No student will be transported in the school bus if the guardian does not exchange the Escort Card. Guardians are requested to exchange it properly with the school or vehicle staff. The students must board the buses only in the stoppages, determined by the school. The guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authority in this respect. For any complaint against the movement of the vehicle or vehicle staff, the guardians are requested to contact the Principal or the Vehicle Manager of the school.

  • INFRASTRUCTURE
  • REGULATIONS
  • CURRICULUM
  • EXAMINATIONS
  • EVALUATION
  • HOLIDAYS

LABORATORIES

The school has well equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Geography and Computer Science. Besides, there are so many modern T.L.M.(Teaching Learning Materials) like L.C.D. Projector, Overhead Projector, T.V., D.V.D. Player, lots of educational CDs and DVDs, Charts, Maps and other things to make the teaching effective.

CONVEYANCE

The school arranges wide range of conveyance system for the transit of the students. Buses are arranged elaborately. Conveyance charges are decided according to the distance. The exchange of Escort Card is very important. No student will be transported in the school bus if the guardian does not exchange the Escort Card. Guardians are requested to exchange it properly with the school or vehicle staff.

The students must board the buses only in the stoppages, determined by the school. The guardians are requested to co-operate with the school authority in this respect.

For any complaint against the movement of the vehicle or vehicle staff, the guardians are requested to contact the Principal or the Vehicle Manager of the school.

SPORTS AND GAMES

The school has a beautiful and large playground of its own where the students can play and also can take part in many sports activities. Besides the Annual Athletic Meet, there are arrangements for plays like badminton, volley ball, football, cricket and table tennis etc. Intra- class sports competitions are held regularly. Yoga has been introduced. Moreover, there are regular classes of physical drill for the students. It is obligatory for every student to take part in games and sports.

SMART BOARD

Smart Classes has been introduced in the school. This audio-visual system of learning fascinates the students and has increased their joy of learning.

The following guidelines are established by the school manangement committee to ensure proper upbringing and adherence to school discipline. It is obligatory for the students and the guardians to follow the Norms of the school. At the time of admission, the guardians are to sign the declaration, containing the norms of the school.

NORMS TO BE STRICTLY FOLLOWED BY THE STUDENTS AND THE GUARDIANS.

STUDENTS' DIARY

The guardians are requested to use the diary effectively to communicate their views and opinions to the school. The guardians have every right to talk to the teachers but only during the recess. They can also meet the teachers to discuss any academic problem of their wards.

FOR STUDENTS

  • Running, playing, and shouting inside the school building is never allowed. Pupils from one class should not visit their friends in other class rooms during class hours or free periods.
  • Mobile phones and iPods are strictly forbidden in school. Such things found with the students will be confiscated which will not be returned.
  • It is necessary that all students should attend school in their full uniform. Those who are not in their complete uniform will not be given permission to enter class.
  • At the first bell, students are expected to move for the assembly and take their places.
  • Silence: Special care must be taken by teacher and pupils to preserve an atmosphere of silence and serious work during class hours. Silence must be observed outside the principals office, in the library and on the corridors. Silence must be observed on the stairs during class hours and during change of periods.

FOR GUARDIANS

  • The guardians should see that their wards are regular and punctual in the school.
  • They should see that their wards are diligent at their homework and lessons.
  • They should insist on the neatness and cleanliness of uniform, text books , exercise books and personal appearance.
  • They should occasionally talk to the Principal, Class Teacher or Management to discuss the progress of their wards on any matter.
  • They are requested to keep close watch on Aademic Calendar, School Diary and other Notices served from time to time. They are requested to make any communication with the Teacher or Principal through the diary. The diary should be checked up daily and signed by the guardian, if necessary. They are requested not to meet their wards or to call the teacher on phone during the class hours. However, they may meet the Principal with prior appointment.
  • They are requested to pay up the tuition fees and other fees on due date. They are to pay the fees within the 10th of every month.
  • They are requested to be very careful about the use of Escort Cards because anybody holding the card may receive the ward. They should reach the bus stop well ahead of the arrival time of the bus. They will hand over the Escort Card to the helper of the bus to receive them from the helper in the gate of the bus.If the guardian does not hand over the Escort Card the student will not be delivered to anybody.The Escort Card will only be borne by the guardians or authorized persons noted in the school register.In case of loss of Escort Card the guardians should inform the Principal of the school and the local police station and apply to the school for the duplicate one in exchange of a fee to be decided by the school from time to time.
  • They must see to it that their wards are sent to school positively on days of compulsory attendance mentioned in the academic calendar. All Examinations and Tests will be held on the scheduled dates. The presence of the students on those dates is obligatory.
  • They must send their wards to every programme of the school.
  • They must check the bags of their students to see if books, khatas or any other things of any other student has been placed in the bag by mistake. If it happens, they should be properly returned. The guardians must see that their wards are not carrying knife, blade or any kind of sharp instruments or weapons.
  • When any guardian comes to school for any purpose they are requested to be neatly dressed and well mannered.
  • The food for their wards should be fresh, nutritious and easily digestible and also as per the taste of the student. The water bottle containing fresh water should be sent with them. The school bag, Tiffin box, Water bottle books and khatas should be properly labelled and named.
  • They must not send their wards to the school if they are ill or suffering from any infectious disease.
  • The guardians should give the school their active phone numbers and keep the phones open during the school hours.
  • In case of emergency and medical need the student may be allowed to leave the school along with their guardians on submission of their Escort Cards.
  • The guardians are requested not to use any insinuative words or expressions about school to the students or to anybody for any grievance .They are requested to contact the respective authority of the school.
  • The school will not stand liable for any mishap while traveling in the school bus .
  • The students for no cause will be allowed to bring mobile phones, i-pods, and other electronic gadgets to the school. If such things are found with the students, they will be confiscated and will not be returned.
  • The students should not come to school, adorned with jewelries and valuables. If such things are stolen or lost the school will not stand liable for that.

REGARDING VEHICLES

  • The helpers are in charge of the exchange of Escort Cards. They have been strictly directed not to hand over the students to anyone except parents, whose names and photographs are there in the Escort Cards or those authorized by the parents through authorized letters along with photographs. In case of loss of Escort Cards the guardians should inform the Principal of the School and they should apply for the duplicate one in exchange of a fee to be decided by the School from time to time.
  • The helper must not hand over the student even to the parents or authorized person without Escort Cards. He will bring back the student to the school and the parents will have to collect the student from the school on production of the proper Escort Cards.
  • The helper must not allow any child to get down in any place other than the place from where the child is regularly picked up. Any request from the guardian to allow his student to get down at any other place will not be entertained.
  • The helper has been seriously instructed not to pick up any unauthorized person or public into the school bus.
  • In case of any legal dispute between the parents, the student will be handed over only to legal parent. The court paper or the legal papers will have to be submitted to the school authority.
  • The guardians are requested to keep a close vigil on the attitude of the staff of the bus and to inform the Principal of any unusual behavior of the staff.
  • Some students come to school by public bus for tuition and other purpose and return by school bus. An undertaking is taken from the guardian stating that the school will not stand liable for anything that may happen on their way to school. The school only takes care of them from the school hours if they come to school.
  • The phone numbers of the guardians of all the students who travel in the bus are kept displayed in the Notice Board of the particular bus. Every guardian is to submit the proper and active phone number.
  • The School has provided one telephone to every helper of the bus.

REGARDING SCHOOL DISCIPLINE

    • The main gate is kept under the strict supervision of the security and the entry and the exit of any visitor or outsider is recorded and regulated. Anybody is allowed entrance only on proper justification of his entrance. During the School Hours the roof doors are always closed.
    • A team has been formed with the following staff of the School to look into every nook and corner of the School building and the toilets immediately after the School is over to see if any student is left or kept confined anywhere and after verification Sri Souvik Dey, one of the members of the team reports to the Principal and signs the ‘All Clear” register. The members of the team are:
      • Sri Biswanath Pramanik, Security Staff
      • Srimati Dipali Barman, Matron
      • Smt. Purnima Betal, Matron
      • Sri Souvik De, Office Staff
      • Smt. Poulami Das Adhikari, Teacher
    • We have four floors where the Classes are held and in every floor one teacher is in charge to look into the movement and behavior of the students. Any abnormal and unruly behavior is instantly checked by him/her and the Class Teacher and brought to the notice of the Principal.
    • The guardians are requested to keep a close vigil on the attitude of the staff of the bus and to inform the Principal of any unusual behavior of the staff.
    • Some students come to school by public bus for tuition and other purpose and return by school bus. An undertaking is taken from the guardian stating that the school will not stand liable for anything that may happen on their way to school. The school only takes care of them from the school hours if they come to school.
    • We are having Counselor to whom parents can inform about their concerns in confidence.
    • The students are strictly forbidden to bring any knife, razor, scissors, steel scales, steel spoons and forks, any kind of electronic gadgets, wires, any weapons etc.
    • The students are given moral lessons to be gentle and sober and to behave properly with their friends.
  • EDUCATIONAL CURRICULUM

    The school is affiliated to the Council for The Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi, the Code No. being W B 325. The medium of instruction or the first language is English. Bengali/Hindi is the second language and the third language respectively. The school has prepared a syllabus up to Class VIII on the basis of N.C.E.R.T. and Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi. In the beginning of the session the "inter-unit-examination-wise" syllabus will be handed over to the student. The paid-coaching by PATHFINDER professionals has been arranged by the school on every Sunday for the students of Classes VII to XII. Usually the subjects taught in the coaching classes are Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics. Attempts are being taken for the special coaching for JOINT ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS by the PATHFINDER.

    The medium of instruction is English and the curriculum is as per the norms of CISCE New Delhi for conducting ICSE/ISC Examinations. In near future the school curricula will also prescribe to different national and international Boards of Examination.

    NO CAPITATION FEE IS TAKEN

    The school will offer all the courses from Nursery I to Standard XII in steps. The following courses will be offered.
    Play Group > Nursery I > Nursery II > Preparatory > Standard I to Standard XII

    ICSE (Indian Certificate of Secondary Education) and ISC (Indian School Certificate) are a private, non-governmental board of school of education under the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE),New Delhi.

    The ICSE Examination is the class 10 Board examination in India for students who have completed the Class X. Similarly ISC examination is a class 12 board examination for those completing Class XII. The CISCE board does not accept private candidates and a student can appear only through schools affiliated to the CISCE.

    CISCE has the benefit of being recognized by many foreign institutions or education systems as this favours students who want to pursue their masters abroad.

    EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

    The students are to attend the Library classes positively and Physical training classes regularly.

    The school regularly arranges the Activity classes, Rhymes competition, Spelling contests, Recitations, Nature Study etc. Co Curricular Cultural Activities like Recitation, Dance, Music, Yoga, Drama, Cruiser are regularly held.

    We engage our students in some charity works. Emphasis is given on Extracurricular and Socially Productive Activities and Charity Activities.

    In our school there is a constant effort to involve student in outside classroom activities like Traffic Awareness Programme, Garbage Cleaning Programme at the Car Festival Ground, Drinking water Awareness Programme, Campaign Against Plastics, Distributing Fruits and sweets to the patients of nearby rural hospital, Helping the students of the nearby orphanage to name a few.

    The students also contribute money to the charity fund of the school and the collected money is send to Prime Minister Relief Fund.

    SCHOOL FUNCTIONS

    The school students participate in large numbers in different event and functions held during the academic year. Some of the prominent events held are Rabindra Jayanti, Teachers' Day, Childrens' Day, Annual Sports, Annual Cultural Programme, Grandparents' Day, Afforestation Programme- Vanamahotsav, Independence Day, Republic Day, Gandhiji's Birthday, Nazrul Jayanti, Netaji s Birthday to name a few.

    INTER HOUSE COMPETITIONS

    To faster a healthy sprit of competition, many inter house competitions are held in school. Inter house quiz, debate, elocution (Junior classes), singing, dance, recitation, football and cricket tournaments are part of the annual calendar.

  • No examination are held in Nursery- I and Nursery-II. The daily progress of students in oral and written work is assessed and recorded. A grading system is used for all subjects.
  • Class test is taken after the completion of each chapter in each subject.
  • The school year is divided onto three and after the 1st term and half-yearly examination the answer papers will not under any circumstances be shown to the parents.
  • Answer papers of the Final Examinations will not under any circumstances be shown to the parents.
  • The result is intimated to the parents through progress report. Parents/ Guardians should go through the progress report, sign it and return in to the school.
  • There will be no re- examination for absent students.
  • A student who has made arrangements to obtain unfair means in connection with the examinations or other wise detected any dishonesty what so ever will be debarred from the examination.
  • A minimum attendance of 80% will be required for promotion.
  • In order to be promoted a student should secure a minimum of 40%. In all questions promotion or failure, the decision of school authority is final.
  • Students whose performance is indifferent or poor in –spite of the effort by the school and /or whose disciplinary profile is not satisfactory, will not be promoted to the next class.
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  • No formal examinations will be taken for Play Group, Nursery I and Nursery II. The daily progress of the pupil in written and oral work and the class tests will be assessed and recorded. Grading system is followed for the evaluation.

    The continuous and cumulative evaluation of the performance of a student from Prep. to Std.-IV will spread over the session. The feature of Continuous and Comprehensive school-based Evaluation is that it is intended to cover a wide range of personality attributes. The scheme covers academic achievements in the school, health status, personal and social qualities, interests, attitudes, values and proficiency in outdoor curricular activities. It will thus cover the co-scholastic aspects of a pupil. The scholastic aspects will be evaluated through 5-tier examination system of which the main examinations are First Terminal, Half Yearly and Annual . Two other examinations will be taken through class tests.

    The result of the examination will be published in 7 point Grades

    • A+ : (95% - 100%) - Outstanding
    • A : (85% - 94%) - Excellent
    • B+ : (75% - 84%) - Very Good
    • B : (65% - 74%) - Good
    • C : (55% - 64%) - Satisfactory
    • D : (45% - 54%) - Fair
    • E : (44% and below) - Scope for Improvement.

• Rabindra Jayanti

• Teachers’ Day
• Children’s Day
• Independence Day
• Afforestation Day
• Republic Day
• Netaji’s Birthday
• Gandhiji’s Birthday
• Vidyasagar’s Birthday
• Vivekananda’s Birthday
• Nazrul Jayanti
• Kshudiram’s Birthday
• Grand parents’ Day.