I'm a new member of this site. I find this site very very helpful. This is a great site. I'm planning to join my son in Kennedy High at Bachpally for 3rd grade. Can anyone please provide me reviews on this school. I can't find much reviews about this school like BVB,Chirec ...
My daughter is studying in Kennedy high at Bachpally, at present she is in 3rd Grade CBSE. My daughter likes her school very much, I think for lower classes the school is ok.I don't know much about higher classes. Last year they have started CIPP upto 5th Grade.They won't give much stress to students and they will provide logsheet every month so that the parent can know how much syllabus will be covered in each and every month . Apart from studies the students will learn yoga , music , dance, swimming ,karate and many other activities. they will also encourage students to participate in cultural activities(but parents have to pay the amount for dresses).Last but not the least , recently they have increased the fees , which parents have to pay from the next academic year.
Thanks for the info !
I have a question on Kennedy High school. How are the communications skills at that school? Does the teachers and students speak good english?
hi i want to tell this to all the parents pls dont admit your kid in kennedy global.
management is very poor if parents have any problem they will never listen. i m feeling very bad sometime because my kid is also there.
now im thinking i wasted my hard earned money so its better to go for other school
How are the communications skills at that kennedy high global, Bacupally. What about CIPP standard in this school, i think it's started from last year. Any body give feedback about the Kennedy school.
my both the kids are studying in kennedy. elder one is in 3 rd grade. studies are good in this school along with co currucular activities. they have vast syllubus for grade 3 compare to other schools. communication skills i find is ok.
We moved from US recently and my son goes to kennedy as its close to my house and its not as per my expectation of an international school. classrooms, restrooms look very old and not upto the standards of what we expect from an international school, interms of cleanliness . AC wil be there in each class but it is never turned on and buses are so hot that my son is getting heat rash often. They have lot of syllabus which I think is too much for them at that age and is causing a lot of stress on them. They give homework every day even for pre-primary kids. It is very tough for kids coming from US to cope up with this. It takes many months for them to settle down. My advice to parents moving from US is to look for even better schools where there is less stress and more fun so there is a smooth transition eventhough such schools have higher fees.
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