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  Q 1. What is your admission procedure?  

Ans 1. The school academic year is from April to March.. The admission may be granted during other months also depending upon the availability of seats. A Birth Certificate as a proof of age from the Civic Body or a discharge certificate from hospital/nursing home stating the exact date of birth according to the English calender is required at the time of Admission along with two stamp sized photographs of the child.

  Q 2. What is the procedure for payment of fees?  

Ans 2. All school dues should be paid by cheque or draft in the name of "The Prathams". Fees are to be paid in advance in April for all 4 quaters through post dated cheques. For further information please contact to school.

  Q 3. Can I send the Fee cheques with my child?  

Ans 3. All financial transactions must be between the parents and the school office. No cheques or cash should be sent to school through children. Children are not allowed to bring any money to school.

  Q 4. When do I need to check my child's diary?  

Ans 4. Routine letters and notices will be sent regularly through the children's diaries. Parents are expected to check the diaries everyday and acknowledge such letters by counter signing them.

  Q 5. What is the procedure for collecting reports?  

Ans 5. Parents will be given consolidated reports at the end of each term. Parents must personally collect these from the school office. Reports will not be given to the children. The reports are to be signed and sent back to the class teachers at the earliest. The monthly reports will be sent directly to the parents by post or by courier.

  Q 6. Do you provide snacks at school?  

Ans 6. We provide substantial and nutritious snacks every day. We also monitor the quality and taste. A monthly menu is prepared based on the basic principles of diet and nutrition.

  Q 7. What should I do if I want a detailed discussion about my child with her teachers?  

Ans 7. In addition if you wish to discuss your child's progress in detail with any specific subject teacher, you may make an appointment through the class teacher at a time suitable to both of you. Teachers will be available in specified classrooms and you may discuss the progress of your child briefly during this meeting.

  Q 8. What should I do if my child is absent?  

Ans 8. If your child is absent for more than two days, please inform the school by phone or in writing about the reason of absence. You must also contact the class teacher for follow up of the work your child has missed. A doctor's certificate must be sent in when the child rejoins the school after extended illness.

  Q 9. When do I register my child?  

Ans 9. Open Registration occurs in early February. To be added to the list of our notification letters for the upcoming registration period. We will send you all the details for the upcoming registration. If you are interested in enrolling your child at the Playschool and have missed the open registration, please contact the school for the name & phone number of this year’s Vice Chairperson.

  Q 10. What does Much more than just a playschool mean?  

Ans 10. Unlike other playschools, The Prathams offers complete child development even after the regular school hours through its unique afterschool programme. Beyond The Bell which offers an array of activities like dance, music, fitness education, science, math, etiquette classes and many more under one roof.

  Q 11. What is the correct age to send my child to a Pre-School?  

Ans 11. Children start learning right from birth and this learning process is at its best till 6 yrs of age. So providing them with a learning environment full of stimulating activities in these formative years is a must. The correct age for a child to start going to a play-school environment is when they are able to walk independently and follow simple instructions either in english or in their mother- tongue.

  Q 12. Is there a uniform for children and is it compulsory?  

Ans 12. Yes, we do have uniform for all the grades and the frequency of wearing it differs from grade to grade. This uniform will be a part of student kit given at the time of admission. Uniform at school not only provides a sense of togetherness and equality among children but also gives them a neat and a well groomed look.

  Q13. Do teachers at The Prathams communicate in English with children?  

Ans 13. For the first few days, we give more importance to kids getting adjusted to the new environment of school and so we do not hesitate in conversing with the child in a vernacular language, especially of toddler and nursery grade. Once the child gets used to school and the new environment he/she is in, English takes the place of vernacular language gradually. Thus, English becomes the mandatory mode of instruction in school, giving child a comfortable language learning experience.

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