The Teaching Faculty consists of professionally qualified, experienced and devoted teachers. Majority of the teachers possess Master’s Degree in their respective fields. Professional training, experience in teaching, mental alertness, self-confidence, commitment, general bearing and traits of balanced personality are given due weightage while recruiting the staff.
The School utilizes the services of qualified and dedicated teachers for Islamic education. The Islamiat course includes: knowledge of fundamentals of Islam, learning of ‘Namaz’ with translation, ‘Hifz’ of selected “Surahs” and “Ayaat” from the Holy Quran, inculcation of social virtues and practical goodness and study life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), the early caliphs and heroes of Islam. Lectures of eminent religious scholars and educationists of great repute are also occasionally arranged for students.
We believe that homework is an extension of the school activity and a crucial part of children’s education. This helps them to:
- develop independent study skills,
- acquire disciplined work attitudes and to meet deadlines,
- practise skills learnt at school,
- make rapid individual progress, wherever appropriate,
- prepare for future lessons, and
- show that they have understood the lesson.
In early classes, the homework requires very little time to be completed but as children progress through the school, this span of time increases considerably. Active involvement and encouragement of students by parents along with ensuring guidance at home for completing homework is in the great interest of the child
Student diary is a ready and convenient source for parents to interact with the teachers about the academic activates of their child. Students/teachers are supposed to keep a record of all that is taught in classes each day along with the home work given, to reinforce classroom learning. The record of students’ performance in class tests is maintained in the diaries which are supposed to be signed by the parents regularly.
Parent Teacher’s Meeting (PTM):
Coordination between these two ends is inevitable for better academic achievements of the students. Effective parent-teachers’ interaction can take place only in an atmosphere of mutual trust and singularity of purpose and uniform sense of direction. Parents and the teachers are the two main stakeholders working simultaneously for the physical, mental and spiritual development of the children. When children are confronted with academic and emotional problems, such consultation is helpful in diagnosing the context in which they occur and is also helpful in formulating the plans of action for resolving such issues. Children are more likely to respond positively when they see their parents and teachers working in close cooperation. These meeting are held on the last Saturday of every month between 09:00 and 12:00 hours.