We believe that our relationship with parents is crucial to our children’s
success and therefore great emphasis is placed on good communication and
understanding between home and school. We consider that we are partners in the
education of our students, and regular and meaningful communication between
school and home is necessary. This is done in a number of ways:-
• We hold Parent Orientations at the start of every academic year.
• There are regular parent teacher meetings and Open Days at the end of each
term, when parents are invited to view their child’s work and discuss his/her
progress. Parents can also meet with class teacher and subjects teachers by
• There are walk-in times on designated days of the week.
• Parents are invited to all regular school events and special assemblies.
• There is regular communication through monthly newsletters, detailed
circulars and children’s school diaries.
• There is a discussion forum on the PSA link of the webportal. Issues
that need to be shared with the school are brought up at the Class
Representative/Form Representative (CR/FR) PSA meets which are held atleast
once a term.
• Finally the Director, Principals of Senior and Junior School, Vice
Principals, Academic Coordinators, teachers, and staff are always available,
preferably by appointment, to discuss the progress or welfare of the children.
The Parents School Group (PSA)
We have an involved and energetic Parent School Association
(PSA) which supports and makes an outstanding contribution to the
development of the school. It provides help, raises funds and enriches school
life with its social events. The work of the PSA ranges from assisting with
parent volunteers on trips and functions to holding fund raising events for the
school and Non Government Organizations.
The social events organised by the PSA are varied. The PSA has run Summer Camps
through parent volunteers and organised training workshops for the parent
community. It is committed to supporting community development projects through
collection drives. All school events are scheduled to foster a sense of
community and camaraderie among parents, teachers, students, and
The Parents Support Group (PSG)
The PSG, a wing of the PSA is the combined resource of parents and
teachers who are committed to improving the opportunities available for
children with special needs. This group aims to create a resource bank of
information on disabilities that would be shared with all those who need.
Various working groups are addressing the training and career possibilities for
special children, probing the issues of legal rights and planning seminars,
workshops, sporting and social events.