Parent-Teacher Meetings

The school holds at least three Parent-Teacher Meetings during an academic session. These meetings are an opportunity for the parents and teachers to get to know one another and to adopt measures that can best meet the needs of the students. The strengths and weaknesses of the children are identified and worked upon. The post Mocks meetings provide yet another chance to parents to know more about their child's weak areas.

 It is mandatory for either or both parents to attend the Parent-Teacher Meetings. In case this is not possible, parents should nominate another person to attend such a meeting on their behalf. Parents are also required to sign their names, and their remarks are documented.

Individual meeting between parents and teachers are encouraged. Appointments should be made two days in advance. Such meetings are held in break, free periods or after school, thus not interfering with the teacher’s duties in class.