• Do you allow children to call up parents over phone?
  • Only children not going on “Visiting Weekends” are permitted to call parents during the “Visiting Weekends” through the School Office.
  • How frequently can students communicate to parents?
  • Each week letter-writing is compulsory. Students, after spending few months in the school, are permitted to email as well.
  • When do you allow the parents to meet the children?
  • Parents may come on visiting weekends to take their children out for a couple of days. Mostly this is spaced out between vacations and starts from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon.
  • Do you take children out on picnics/camps?
  • Regular yearly camps are compulsory and outings are a regular feature especially for children who do not go out for visiting weekends.
  • Do the students travel overseas on exchange programmes?
  • Each year children take part in “Cultural Bridges” which is an International Students’ Exchange Program (USA) organized with a mission of fostering dialogue and understanding among the world's youth or go on a foreign tour, expenses of which are borne by the individual parents.
  • What are qualities of a good teacher?
  • Someone who is dedicated, loves his subject, conveys that enthusiasm with clarity and has high expectations from pupils. One who is “zealously devoted to the profession” is a good teacher.
  • What are qualities of a good House-Master?
  • Someone who ensures all his pupils are “happy” at school, that they eat properly, that they learn how to relate well to others in our community, whose pupils have a charitable outlook, do well academically, and are busy and successful outside the classroom.
  • Is any religious teaching/education practiced or preached?
  • No, there is no religious teaching imparted in the school. The school is totally secular in its outlook and practice.