MRG School

Methodology

Our curriculum comprises a seven-point programme that establishes the foundation needed by all students to step into their righterm better tomorrows. We aim:

  • To develop an attitude for consistent and expeditious learning among our pupils.
  • To encourage scientific interest and observational studies particularly through the local environment.
  • To assist our pupils in developing a global outlook and an attitude favoring global peace and progress.
  • To develop in our pupils a healthy competitive spirit.
  • To inculcate the best of moral values in them.
  • To nurture in them high social values through quality education.
  • To help our pupils grow into complete human beings.
  • With the goal to provide our students an edge over others at every step, we have extensively researched educational materials specially developed for 21st-century children and incorporated that into our teaching methods. They would also be constantly updated to be on par with international educational trends.
  • MRG builds an environment that maximizes learning, inculcates values and ethics and leads to the holistic development of the child.
  • The following components are therefore incorporated in the day-structure of each child and they are implanted at all levels. The method varies depending on the age group they belong to.

Circle Time

Circle Time is an international best practice, integral to our curriculum, which serves as a great tool for the social and emotional development of children. It helps induce in students the key skills of; thinking, observing, concentrating, listening and speaking., the Circle Time activities are designed to engage all children in small group conversations and activities, with special emphasis on reflection and sharing.

Skill Time

Circle Time is an international best practice, integral to our curriculum, which serves as a great tool for the social and emotional development of children. It helps induce in students the key skills of; thinking, observing, concentrating, listening and speaking., the Circle Time activities are designed to engage all children in small group conversations and activities, with special emphasis on reflection and sharing.

Theme Time

Theme Time focuses on the creative and analytical aptitudes of the child. Theme Time approaches learning in an integrated manner. This is attained by exploring the environment through the elements of music, art and theatre, which enhance the sensory and cognitive abilities of the child, making learning fun. Stories are often woven in, keeping in mind the concepts dealt on that day.

Discovery Time

Consolidated time of 1 hour focused on activities every day that stands apart from the academic time-table in school which complements the classroom transactions. The discovery curriculum is an attempt by our school to help students discover various areas of interest and skill by exposing them to activities that they may not have picked themselves. Children spend time training with expert coaches that are thems.

Rules & Regulations

Bus Rules

  • Without the prior permission of the “Director-Admin/ Head of the school, students cannot board any bus, other than their route number, not get down anywhere other than their allotted stops.
  • The buses will not wait for the late comers.
  • It there is no one to receive the child at the stop, the child will be brought back to the school and either of the parents will have to come to escort the child home. This will be followed strictly.
  • Objects of any kind must not be disposed off inside or out of the bus.
  • If a student misses the school bus, parents have to accompany the student to the school.
  • In case of any problem regarding transport, parents are requested to contact Transport In-charge in the school.
  • Bus can be delayed sometimes by 5 to 10 minutes due to traffic; parents are request to cooperate with transport incharge.
  • Bus route will not change for students of any class while departure or arrival.

Rules For Leave

  • Half day leave is not allowed.
  • No telephonic messages regarding leave will be entertained.
  • Sickness for a prolonged period of time requires a Medical Certificate.
  • Absence of even a day should be justified by a letter/or entered in the school diary signed by parent.
  • If parents want to take their children for some essential reason, they are requested to submit the application at reception & must make arrangements to take them home after the approval of Head of the School.

General Rules

  • Students shall be permitted to celebrate their birthday in school by distributing toffees/candies/chocolate to their class only. No gifts are allowed.
  • If a student is absent from school he/she must make-up for all the work missed by him/her.
  • Students are not allowed to bring two wheelers or cars unless they have a registration book, valid driving licence and have obtained permission from the school principal.
  • Identity card should be carried by the student everyday & parents at the time of visiting the campus.
  • Uniform code to be strictly followed.
  • Student will not be allowed to enter the school after the reporting time.
  • Parents are requested to keep their phones off/ or on silent mode before entering the school campus to maintain the decorum of the school.

Parent School Partnership

Home is as important a grooming ground as school and childhood is the most crucial period for learning. In order to achieve the all round development of the child maximum cooperation between the parents and school authorities is needed.

With a mission to create an inspiring ambience from home to school parents are updated about the development of the child and his needs through special counselling sessions, an intensive regimen of circulars and diaries and Parent Teacher meetings.

Parents receive a progress report of their wards at the end of each semester. They are encouraged to meet and interact with the faculty during PTMs and motivate their wards to achieve higher levels of performance.


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