New Rainbow Public School Orientation Session 2012-13


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New Rainbow Public School Orientation Session 2012-13

  1. 1. New Rainbow Public School welcomes you to the“ORIENTATION PROGRAMME” 2012-13Presented By:Mrs. Ruchi Gupta(Principal), B.E., M.B.A.Mrs. Neelima Naithani(Vice Principal), M.C.A.
  2. 2. Our SchoolNew Rainbow Public School hasbeen started in 2001. Thisinstitution is over a decade oldand believes that “good seedsgrow in strong culture”. Itconstantly strives to promoteacademic success along with thesocial success so that ourstudents become good andsuccessful human beings.
  3. 3. Management Mrs. Munish Agarwal Founder DirectorMr. Kailash AgarwalManaging Director
  4. 4. School Infrastructure: Well ventilated and big Class Rooms Well equipped Computer lab Laboratories: Chemistry, physics, Biology with allthe latest equipments
  5. 5. School Infrastructure: Library with 3000+ books Play ground with sports facilities like volleyball courts, splash pools for kindergarten, kho-kho facilities etc… Sports room with indoor games like caromboard, chess, ludo etc… Music room with music instruments likeharmonium, guitar, congo, drums
  6. 6. Our teachers/Mentors… Every student has five big fears: • Fear of making mistakes • Fear of looking like a fool • Fear of having a weakness exposed • Fear of not being liked • Fear of failure Role of our TeachersOur teachers help students eliminate their fearsand provide a strong support system to ensure andenhance academic and social issues. We have very well qualified, experienced and dedicated
  7. 7. CCE Corner Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE) refers to a system of school based evaluation of a student that covers all aspects of a student development.CCE helps in improving student’s performance by identifying his/her learning difficulties at regular time intervals right from the beginning of the academic session and employingsuitable remedial measures for enhancing their learning performance. It measure students on BOTH Scholastic and Co-Scholastic aspect.
  8. 8. CCE ActivitiesMusic (Vocal), Dance, Drama, Drawing,Painting, Craft,Debate, Declamation, Creative Writing, Recitation,Poster Making, Slogan Writing, Scientific Skills, ScienceProjects, Science Quiz, Science Exhibition, Olympiads ,Eco Club, Health & Wellness Club.
  9. 9. Photo Gallery Students celebrating Teej Primary student in a Apple Children enjoying at the picnic Dress on a Fruit day Enjoying in the school gardenEco Club celebrates environment day Children enjoying at Drizzling land Students getting awarded for the good work
  10. 10. Test Schedule & Attendance adherence SStudents will be evaluated regularly throughout the year as per the CCE guidelineThere will be 4 formative assessments and 2 summative assessmentsFA1-April-MayFA2-July-AugustSA1-SeptemberFA3-NovemberFA4-FebruarySA2-MarchFA’s will be conducted on weekly basis (Monday and Friday’s)Weightage:FA1+FA2+FA3+FA4=40%, SA1+SA2=60%* Over and above these assessments there will be more projects, activities, tasks, day to day observations etc…that will take place which will add weightage to their scholastic as well as co-scholastic areas.
  11. 11. Attendance adherence S• Students are expected to be regular to school and take minimum leaves. Minimum attendance requirement to qualify for exams is 80%.• In case of leave, parents are requested to fill the leave application form given in the students diary. It is mandatory to fill that form else student’s leave will be considered uninformed/unapproved.
  12. 12. WORKING TOGETHER• Your Child• Our Teachers• You We Can Achieve Great Things! ...Together we can increase your child’s chances of success!!
  13. 13. Our Expectations from you Attendance and punctuality of students Ensure that your children dress up well as this willboost their confidence. Encourage participation in school activities Communicate with school…attend PTM’s and othermeetings organized by school regularly Please look at the school diaries and keep a closewatch on your ward’s progress Make it a point that your child reads everyday at leastfor 30 minutes to 60 minutes.
  14. 14. Way Forward….  Introduction of smart classes  New Basket ball court and TT table  Addition of well equipped new class rooms
  15. 15. Contact Us• Web:• E:mail:• Phone No: 01202746354• Mobile No: 9560173519
  16. 16. Thank you! “There is always one moment inchildhood when the door opens and lets the future in.” Let That Moment Be Now!!!