System of Grades and Report Card
“LEARNERS NEED ENDLESS FEEDBACK MORE THAN THEY NEED ENDLESS TEACHING”. – Grant Wiggins.
Students are graded in each subject on a scale of A* to E on their achievement. ‘A*‘ as the highest and ‘E’ as the lowest level. A child not fit for the present level receives a ‘U’ meaning ‘ungraded’. The student’s report card would contain specific comments from the respective subject teacher on his/her ‘Effort’ which would reflect his/her industry, diligence, alertness during lessons, participation in classroom activities and projects, etc.
The School academic year is divided into two semesters.
Semester I – April to October
Semester II – November to March
Assessments are based on school’s ‘Continuous Assessment Plan’.
End of Semester Exams are conducted in October & March. (For Grade 5 and above)
The report cards would contain the assessment grades based on scholastic, non scholastic and social skills of a child.
Promotions are based on student’s performance throughout the year.