Beaconhouse School System aims to provide quality education of international standards within our cultural framework. We aim for excellence throughquality ,management, quality training and quality teaching bringing benefit to our students, the community, the country and the wider world
2010-11 2011-12Student 65 225strengthNo of sections 6 10No of Teachers 12 22Visiting Faculty 3 5O Level 15 62students
Building extension with new rooms Split into boys and girls section IT integrated lessons Project based learning Green School activities Inter school sports competitions
Students earn grades based Students earn credits on performance based on participation Class Work Attendance Assignments Attitude Tests Productivity Participation Behavior
Students earn Productive Hours in each class that they are present and working productively. Students will lose Productive Hours for being absent, tardy, unproductive inclass, suspended, for misbehaving, not following rules, etc… Loss of Productive Hours = Loss of Grades
Parents must call within Excused Absences: school timings to inform Illness (Must have Dr. note if ill more than 3 consecutive Students must make days )appointment with teachers Medical Appointmentto make-up for the missed (Must have documentation) work. Death of immediate Students must submit family member application for leave. Emergency
Students may be sent home for illness or disciplinary reasons with informationcommunicated through phone call from the office. Parents will be notified (or emergency contact if parent cannot be reached). Students will check out through the office and receive a gate pass for approved exit.
Restrooms may be used before school, after school, and during passing periods. Use during class time requires: Permission from the teacher Use toilet pass /water pass Only one student to ask for permission at a time
Students breaks have been divided separately for boys and girls.The designated “break area is” is monitored by the duty teachers, Sports teacher, security supervisor and council members at different locations.
Students will be required to wear appropriate clothing to school each day. School policies regarding uniform will be strictly enforced Boys White full sleeved shirt, grey trousers Shirts properly tucked inside the pants Pants may not sag below the waist. May not wear clothing with inappropriate statements or images 415 / 510
Girls White BSS Shalwar Qameez with blue sash White scarf (If wears hijab) / dupattaMay not wear clothing with inappropriate statements or images 415 / 510
Students are not allowed to bringelectronic devices to school, such as: Audio devices (I-pods, etc…) Electronic games Laser pointers Cameras
•Graffiti/writing is not tolerated (ondesks, walls, books, binders, etc.)•Swearing, disrespectful language, andprofanity are unacceptable.•Fighting is not tolerated before,during, or after school.•Use of the school phone is limited toemergencies only. Students must askpermission to use office phone andstaff will dial the number.
Student ID’sStudents are required to wear their ID in a visible place during school hours.The school will provide each student with one ID and a lanyard on payment ofRs. 200/-Replacement ID’s and lanyards will be provided at a cost to the student.Please make sure you get your photo taken in school for your ID badge.
Curriculum documents and text books Syllabus/Scheme of studies
How Children Learn and Develop A B C Collaborative Differentiated Exploratory/ group work group work creative activitiesOrganizational Teaching skills,strategies, e.g. e.g. questioningwhole class Teaching approaches showing tellingGroup, „Ways of teaching “individual Teaching methods D E Direct Practice/ Instruction/ Extension Exposition activities THE CURRICULUM
Class assignments Projects Home assignments Corrections Use of pamphlet
Formative assessments Assessments 50% Class tests 20% Project work 10% EOU20% Oracy Mental starters Oral Summative Assessment
Subject Awards Merit Certificates A memento for outstanding Academic PerformanceScholarships Merit Means and Merit Means
Class VI _VIIStudents must pass in 3major and2 minor subjects to be eligible for promotion to the next classMinimum pass percentage-major subjects English 50% Urdu 50% Mathematics 50%Minimum pass percentage- minor subjects Science 45% S.Studies 45% Islamiat 45%
Class VIIIFor promotion to IX CambridgePass marks are 60% all subjectsFor promotion to IX MatricPass marks are 50% all subjectsClass IXCFor promotion to X CambridgePass marks 60% all subjects
P.T.Ms will be held thrice in the academic year Students‟ dairy Meetings with H.M/S.M with prior appointment Meeting with teachers after pack up time with prior appointment Telephone/Emails Application
HEAD MISTRESS HEAD BOY COUNCIL/ HEAD GIRL DISCIPLINE SOCIETY TBT GREEN SCHOOLDEP HEAD BOY INCHARGE INCHARGE INCHARGE COORDINATORDEP HEAD GIRL SOCIETY TBT SENIOR SCHOOL PRESIDENTS GREEN SCHOOL COORDINATOR MISTRESS COORDINATOR VICE PRESIDENTS MONITORS ASST COORD SECRETARY HOUSE PREFECTS CAPTAIN PROCTORS D-HOUSE CAPT