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ASSESSMENT DESIGN

In accordance with the regulation from the CBSE, for the Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE), the School has adopted the Term System from Class I to X


The following assessments will be conducted during Term-I and Term-II (For Classes I to V)
    * Term-I : Periodic I,II
    * Term-II : Periodic III,IV
The following assessments will be conducted during Term-I and Term-II (For Classes VI to VIII) 
    * Term-I : Periodic I
    * Term-II : Periodic II
The following assessments will be conducted during Term-I and Term-II (For Classes IX to X) 
    * PRE MID-TERM
    * MID-TERM
The following assessments will be conducted during (For Classes IX to X) 
    * PRE MID-TERM
    * MID-TERM
    * POST MID-TERM

   Formative Assessment refers to evaluating a child's performance in a holistic way, showing his/her progress in various skills, attitudes and values. The progress of the students is continuously reviewed as per assignments, projects, oral questions, conversation skills, research work, quizzes and class work along with participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

    Summative Assessment helps to understand periodically the academic and intellectual growth of a child. It is assessed through Term1 and Term2 .

  1. There will be Unit Tests, Quarterly, Half-yearly and Final Examination for classes XI & XII
  2. Students absenting from any of these assessment will not be re-examined whatever may be the reason. No student shall be promoted to the next class without appearing for the assessment
  3. The results of the assessments are final and will not be reconsidered
  4. Students who did not appear in one or more subjects in any of the assessments for unavoidable reasons shall only be considered for Promotion's, provided they get their leaves sanctioned in time by the Principal

MODES OF ACTIVATION

Different and varied approaches are adopted by St. Paul's to activate the intellectual, emotional, physical and psychological capabilities of our students :

    Students are prepared according to All India Secondary School Examination (Class X) as per the syllabus followed by the CBSE .
    Subjects offered at the Board level for Class X are English (Communicative ), Hindi (Course A), Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Science, Computer Science, Physical and Health Education, Art Education and Work Experience.
    Middle Level School is taught in such a way to give a firm grounding in these subjects.
    Value education is imparted regularly. Children are made familiar with Computer from Class I.
     To enrich the E-Learning process Smart Class Teachers Training was conducted as to introduce Smart Classes ( Session 2016-17 ).
The school conducts Special and Regular Activities, Cultural Activities, Co-Curricular Activities & Saturday Activities.
    Career Counselling sessions are periodically conducted for the senior students. The School Counsellor is available to students during school hours and at other times by appointment.
     Students are trained to take leadership roles and develop organizational skills as well as team spirit through a system of student representation appointed / elected according to the need of the school.
   
    The School Head-Boy, House Captains and Vice-Captains, Class Monitors, Discipline In-Charges, Cultural and Sports Secretaries, Language and Eco Observers, Science, Commerce Club In-Charges etc. help directly in school organization and thus gain Valuable experience in leadership.

RULES OF THE SCHOOL

  • Students are not granted leave of absence unless their parents / guardians send in an application and that too for serious reasons only. Those taking leave without the permission of the Principal are liable to dismissal.
  •     When a student falls ill, the Principal should be informed at the earliest and when he/she rejoins school, he/she must bring the excuse duly entered on the ABSENCE RECORD (in the diary, signed by the parent / guardian) failing which he/she may be refused admission to class. Sick leave for more than two days must be substantiated by a proper medical certificate. Advance written permission of the principal is required if a child is to be taken out of station during working days for more than two days. Students suffering from any infectious disease like measles must complete the quarantine period before rejoining the school.
  •     Students unable to rejoin classes after the holidays should take written permission from the Principal in advance. Defaulters in this regard may find their names struck off the rolls.
  •     A student coming late to school will not be admitted to class unless he/she brings a written excuse from home on the LATE ATTENDANCE RECORD of the diary.
  •     No student is allowed to leave the school premises during the school hours without the written permission of the Principal. No student will be allowed to go home during the class hours unless one of the parents or guardian comes with a written application to take him/her.
  •   Running about, playing or shouting inside the school building is strictly forbidden.
  •     Any damage done to the school property will have to be made good.
  •     Students should see that they do not throw pieces of paper, seeds etc. any where in the school premises. They should use the waste paper baskets and the dust bins provided for this purpose. Eco observers appointed by the Principal will see that this is implemented.
  •     A student whose uniform or appearance is untidy may be refused admission to the class. If a student is not in school uniform, he/she shall get a letter from the parent/ guardian and shall get a note from the teacher in charge, in the UNIFORM AND PERSONAL APPEARANCE RECORD. This previlege should be availed of only in unavoidable circumstances.
  •     Any student reaching school after the first bell will not be allowed to enter the school premises. At the first bell, all must take their allotted places in silence for the morning assembly. After the assembly they are expected to go in silence to their respective classes.
  •     The Discipline incharges assume responsibility for the order and discipline of the class in the absence of the teacher and also the responsibility of general discipline during outside classroom activities.
  •     When the students have to move along the corridors, while the classes are in progress, they should do so in silence.
  •     No books - other than what is required for the classes or from the school library may be brought to school.
  •     The school is not responsible for the books, money, clothes, gold etc. lost. The students should look after their own things. They are advised not to bring any valuables to school.
  •     During the intermission the students are not allowed to enter the classrooms.
  •     Students are expected to take part in the co-curricular activities as and when they are asked to do so.
  •     Within the school premises the students are expected to speak only English. Language observers appointed by the principal will see that this is implemented.
  •     Parents/guardians are expected to co-operate with the staff in enforcing regularity and discipline by seeing that their wards prepare their lessons, do their home-work as shown in diaries and by taking an active and helpful interest in the activities of the school.
  •     Parents/guardians are expected to sign the progress reports and remarks from the teachers sent to them through the school diary. Students will not be admitted to classes if such reports are not duly signed by their parents.
  •     Parents / guardians are allowed to meet the teachers only on Saturdays after intermission. They are not allowed to meet the students or interview the teachers during school hours or any other day without the written permission of the Principal.
  •     Students will not be allowed to use exercise books other than those supplied through the school stationery.
  •     Riding along the in-roads or the play-ground of the school is prohibited.
  •     Students with a valid driving license only will be permitted to come to school on motor vehicles driven by them. A photocopy of the license should be given to the teacher in charge and the necessary passes are to be obtained from the office.
  •     Students are not allowed to buy eatables from the 'thela walas' around the school.
  •     Students are not allowed to use any sort of pan masala, gutka, cigarettes etc.
  •     Students are not allowed to bring plastic bags inside the school premises.
  •     Nobody is allowed to bring or use Mobile/Cell phones in the school campus.

IDEAL / GOOD STUDENTS

AN IDEAL ST. PAULIAN HAS TO :

  • Be habitually clean, neatly dressed and on time for class and other activities
  • Be respectful and courteous towards parents, teachers and all elders both in and out of the school
  • Avoid indicency and vulgarity both in talk and behaviour
  • Greet life everyday with a cheer and do atleast a good deed daily
  • Be enthusiastic, energetic and passionate about whatever work is assigned to
  • Spend every minute of personal time very usefully and productively
  • Keep the good name and tradition of the school by your good behaviour, politeness, courtesy and service mindedness
  • Learn to live together, work together and move together with life bonding relationship
  • Follow table manners with grace and decorum anywhere and everywhere

TIPS THAT CAN TRIM YOU TO BECOME A GOOD STUDENT :

  • Never put off to tomorrow what you should do today
  • Get your doubts cleared in the class itself
  • Plan your daily work schedule and work according to that plan
  • All that was learned during the week, should be repeated and revised during the week ends and on other holidays
  • Realise that time never waits for anybody and so don't wait for the last hour to complete a given work
  • Experience the joy of planned and systematic hard work
  • Regular attendance, refinement of manners, concentrated application and punctuality are required from the beginning till the end of the academic year