fees around 1 lakh + 24k food + 36k transport. There is some admission fees as well. It follows IB PYP for 1st-5th standard, and Cambridge/CBSE 6th standard onwards.
Its a good school, with very good teacher/student ratio. They have one main teacher/and additional teacher with class strength max at 25 students. Language/arts/music/sports teachers separate. I think this ratio really helps students in primary standard, enabling personal connect between teachers & students. I have no view of higher standards, they have classes till 9th standard at the moment.
Admission process should be straightforward, contact the school - understand the admission/fees process and you are done. I don't think they conduct any tests etc.
Do let me know if you have any questions. My kids are in 2nd and 3rd standard.
how they will teach to kids and how they care about kids. Will they inform their daily routines.
my kiddo is little slow pace Lerner that's why I am asking.
I think they are fairly considerate about teaching. I am not sure what do you mean when you say how would they care about kids? Perhaps if you are little bit more specific, I can share my experience. As far as sharing daily routine is concerned - they have online daily diary and monthly newsletter.
I am sorry, I am not an expert.
Hope that helps.
Will they listen to our concerns and how they will respond. How many kids per class kids and teachers ratio.how about the homework.
Here my boys learn while playing that's why I am more concerned.
How the classrooms will be.
Online daily routine means is this for us to know about the kid.
Thanks for your reply
1. there are max 25 students in a class with two teachers. language teachers are separate.
2. Most of the learning is by way of activities following IB curriculum. Classroom are fairly large with open spaces and are full of the artifacts, though new building for 3rd standard is under construction and not very nice though adequate.
3. I think teachers are fairly receptive about feedback, and have genuine interest in doing well. Though School management is not that receptive and is little authoritarian in its approach. That problem is there with majority of schools in Hyderabad unfortunately. I think its a cultural thing. In my view, my experience has been above par with this school compared to other schools here.
Let me know if you have any specific question that I may be able to help with.
Thank you so much Vivek for your quick response.that's helpful