Need suggestion to admit my daughter into Radcliff Balanagar

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seklax 2010-09-26 18:45:32

 

Dear Friends,

My daughter is studying in 4th standard CBSE. I am planning to join her in Radcliffe balanagar for 5th standard. Is it good to join her. I have seen the school premise, it looks good. But I do not know is it advisable to shift here to this new school from 5th standard.

My son is also going to join in a nursery from 2011. I want to send both the kids in same school

This is urgent please advise me.



mickey 2010-09-27 12:04:04

 

Hi Seklax,

Radcliffe has started this year. So far,  so good. My neighbour's son is studying here in class 1. It is very early to say. I feel the school will strive to be good to prove itself.  So you can give it a try if it is near to your place.

Rgds,
Mickey

 

seklax 2010-09-27 12:27:57

 

Thank you Mickey for your timely response.

What is your opinion on higher class like Class V in Radcliffe school?

For nursery or KG , I see this is a wonderful school for me as I stay in balanagar.

 

Deepaa 2010-09-27 12:37:13

 

Hi Seklax,

My daughter studies in UKG in Radcliffe and things are so far so good......About higher classes I have not had a clear feedback.  Some parents said they are happy with the teaching while others said that the pace is slow.

On the whole, we feel that since it is a new school, they are working hard towards proving themselves as a good school.

Deepa

 


seklax 2010-09-27 12:43:20

 

Thank you Deepa.

My son is completing 3 years in April 11th next year. By June 2011 his age will be 3.2 years

I am planning to join him in LKG instead of Nursery. What is your opinion.

 

Deepaa 2010-09-27 13:45:29

 

Hi Seklax,

Given a chance, I would recommend that you join  your son in Nursery instead of LKG.  My daughter is 4.8 years now and is in UKG, and I get the feeling sometimes that the syllabus is overwhelming for a child her age.  She will be starting Class I when she is 5.5, and that I feel is a little early for her.

With Radcliffe being a new school, they did not actually bother much with the age limits during the last academic year.

Deepa

 

mickey 2010-09-28 14:23:21

 

Hi Seklax,
I think you  got your answer from Deepa already. You can join her in Radcliffe in Nursery as of now instead of LKG.  As a thumb rule , 6+ children should be in class 1 to cope up with stress in higher classes. Only state schools admit children who turn 3 by June in LKG.

Rgds,
mickey

 

 

seklax 2010-09-28 18:01:27

 

Thank you all for the timely responses.

Is advisable to admit my daughter for V class in this school. As I want to send both the kids in same school, and continue till class X

 


mickey 2010-09-28 20:49:11

 

Hi Seklax,

The school looks quite promising.  You can give it a try as the fee is also not high. However , its a matter of taking chance. I think you will have to face the  initial teething probs if any without any regrets.

Rgds,
mickey

 

 

seklax 2010-09-29 12:34:32

 

Thank you Mickey. You are a  very helpful person in this forum. God bless you.

 

 

picean09 2012-01-24 15:02:21

 

Hi Deepa ,

I am looking for a good school for UKG in and around kukatpally. I am thinking to join Radcliffe, Mickey told me your kid has recently finished pre-primary from there so  please share your detailed feedback about the school espicially about the curriculam and the teaches there. I got review from other parent the standard of books is low compared to the other school. 

please post your review as it matters a lot as a parent

thanks in advance 

karthik

 

 Former member 2012-01-25 16:04:27

 

Hi, Deepa

Even i have the same opinion as karthik has for higher standards the pace is slow compared to another schools.

jj

 


raazs 2017-03-18 19:37:53

 

Hi Deepa,can u give me the feedback abt school..I am planning to join my kids in 1st n ,lkg. U already HV ur kids in that school.so that ur feedback will be very useful. Mickey can u plz tell the present feedback of this school.
 

 

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