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HAPPY SUMMER VACATION

Dear Students  ,         
                                                                                                                                                                                                
            Hope you and your  family members are safe and healthy . I hope you have enjoyed your online classes and it was a unique and fun way of learning in these difficult times. As your summer break commences,I would like to remind you to be safe and stay indoors and utilize your time in building your learning skills. It is a unique opportunity to spend time with your family members, play with them learn to do new things.Try to help in the house and listen to stories from your parents. Also do remember to revise what you have learned in your classes and practice number and creative skills and definitely improve your handwriting. Do a whole lot of drawing and painting, write stories,play indoor games and enjoy your holidays. We at school miss you and look forward to having you back soon.  
 Till then be safe and enjoy.

HEADMISTRESS

    MESSAGE FROM HEADMISTRESS 


    Dear parents,

    You might be inclined to create a minute by minute schedule for your kids.  You have high hopes of hours of learning, including online activities, science experiments, and book reports.  You’ll limit technology until everything is done!  But here’s the thing...

    Our kids are just as scared as we are right now.  Our kids not only can hear everything that is going on around them, but they feel our constant tension and anxiety.  They have never experienced anything like this before. Although the idea of being off of school for weeks sounds awesome, they are probably picturing a fun time like summer break, not the reality of being trapped at home and not seeing their friends.

    Over the coming weeks, you will see an increase in behavior issues with your kids. Whether it’s anxiety, or anger, or protest that they can’t do things normally - it will happen.  You’ll see more meltdowns, tantrums, and opposition behavior in the coming weeks.  This is normal and expected under these circumstances.

    What kids need right now is to feel comforted and loved.  To feel like it’s all going to be OK.  And that might mean that you tear up your perfect schedule and love on your kids a bit more. Bake cookies and paint pictures.  Play board games and watch movies.  Do a science experiment together or find virtual field trips of the zoo.  Start a book and read together as a family.  Snuggle under warm blankets and do nothing.

    Don’t worry about them regressing in school. Every single kid is in this boat and they all will be OK.  When we are back in the classroom, we will all course correct and meet them where they are.  Teachers are experts at this!  Don’t pick fights with your kids because they don’t want to do math.  Don’t scream at your kids for not following the schedule.  Don’t mandate 2 hours of learning time if they are resisting it.

    If I can leave you with one thing, it’s this: at the end of all of this, your kids’ mental health will be more important than their academic skills.  And how they felt during this time will stay with them long after the memory of what they did during those weeks is long gone.  So keep that in mind, every single day.

      Dear Parents,

       

      Online fee payment link has been activated and available on school website and parents portal. 

      Please utilize the same for making fee payment as per your convenience. Parents residing in Subroto Park Campus can pay through cheque. 


      Regards 

      Headmistress

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