As per the latest Government notification dated 12/12/2020, schools in Pune will remain closed till 3rd January 2021. The reopening plan has been made considering the reopening date to be soon after 3rd January 2021.
Following precautions will be taken to ensure safety of students and staff
Also take a look at the videos to see the safety precautions we will be taking in school to ensure safety of our students.
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No. It’s not compulsory for your ward to take the RT-PCR test before attending school.
The school will reopen in phases. Please refer to the chart to see the tentative schedule and timings of the schools.
*Batch size: Maximum 24 students per batch
Once we get the consents, we will share a detailed schedule and plan.
Please note that the school schedules may get revised depending on the variation of the number of students attending school. Revised schedules will be communicated to the students as and when it is revised, on a regular basis.
You can send a request for a consent form to email@example.com whenever you are ready to send your child to school. However, the school will review and if needed, revise plans only on every Thursday. So even if you send a consent form on Tuesday, you will have to wait till next Monday to send your child to school.
However, the school will review plans only on Thursdays of every week and implement the changes from the subsequent Monday.
Please note that these buffer days are required for the school to make logistical arrangements like transport (if required), classroom arrangements, teacher schedules etc.
It’s MANDATORY to send a consent form if your ward has to attend school.
Things students MUST carry – Mask, personal sanitizer, own stationary (Notebooks, textbooks and Geometry box – as no exchange of material is allowed), own water bottle
Things which are OPTIONAL – Face shield, wet wipes, gloves
Things NOT ALLOWED in the school – Mobile phones, any other electronic device, eatables
The school will respond sensitively as usual, based on the kind of medical emergency. We also have a support committee which will be available in school to take immediate and appropriate action.
Students who give consent and come to school need to attend the entire school. Students will not be allowed to enter the school late or exit the premises early, except under compelling reasons/ circumstances.
We will continue to give online support to the students who are unable to attend school in person. The frequency, modality and timing of the online classes may later be revised depending on the subject / teacher schedules.
We will take a call on this later when the schedule of exams is announced, depending on the prevailing conditions. You will have to fill in a separate consent form for the same at the time.
Yes certainly. He/ She may write the examination papers under parental supervision.
However, you will have to submit the hardcopy of the answer sheet in school, before the assigned submission date.
No. The SOP document states only academic classes of crucial subjects are to be conducted in school.
Quarantine the concerned person and let the school authorities know of it immediately. DO NOT WAIT FOR SCHOOL HOURS TO INFORM THE AUTHORITIES.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and the respective the class teacher and email@example.com (If availing of school transport) with subject `Health Emergency’.
If your ward’s close contact tests positive, closely monitor your child’s health. And you may take a call on sending your child to school and inform the school authorities about the leave of absence.
We recommend that the child performs practicals in school, for effective learning. The practice will also make them more comfortable for the final board practical exams. However, we will not compel you to send your ward to school.
Kindly write a note to the class teacher on the Millennium App stating the date and reason for absence.
Step 1: You will receive consent form through an email. Download the note and print it. After signing the consent note, please upload it in the Google form which needs to be submitted by the assigned date.
Step 2: You will receive a detailed mail mentioning the weekly schedule, the days when your ward is expected to attend school and the protocol to be followed while at school etc.
Dear parents/ students,
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