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  1. Modern Convent School was established in the year 2016. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 531512, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII. It lies in the Sonipat district of Haryana and is currently being managed by the Tek Chand Memorial Educational Trust. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS.REETU SHARMA, with a total of 86 staff members. There are a total of 115 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is Ganaur and it is 5.5 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Gannaur Distance in KM 5.5 Nearest Police Station Ganaur Distance in KM 5 Nearest Nationalised Bank Punjab National Bank Distance in KM 5.5 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student IX 4 N/A Nursery/KG/LKG 4 N/A I 4 N/A II 4 N/A III 4 N/A IV 4 N/A X 4 N/A XI 4 N/A XII 4 N/A V 4 N/A VI 4 N/A VII 4 N/A VIII 4 N/A Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Width (in Ft.) Class Room 52 24 24 Composite Science Lab N/A N/A N/A Physics Lab 1 48 24 Chemistry Lab 1 48 24 Biology Lab 1 48 24 Maths Lab 1 48 24 Computer Science Lab 1 48 24 Home Science Lab N/A N/A N/A Library 1 48 24 Other Rooms 62 24 24 Bio-Tech Lab 1 48 24 LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 1735 Periodicals 2 Dailies 3 Reference Books 10 Magazine 2 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes
  2. In 1956 there was a growing demand for quality Catholic education within the West Rand. St Catherine’s Convent, whose patron saint is St Catherine of Sienna, was founded in 1957 by the Order of the Dominican Sisters, who have a tradition of over 700 years of commitment to education. The school first opened to one hundred and eighty girls and boys from grade one to grade four. A year later, the school had grown to 254 learners and continued to grow in the years following its inception. St Catherine’s Convent is proud of its facilities and offers the learner many opportunities to learn in a comfortable and soothing, yet modern environment. The majority of our classes are fully equipped with all the audio-visual requirements necessary for facilitating learning, such as Data Projectors, White Boards, televisions, and DVD players. Learners each have their desk and locker as we strive to create a home-from-home environment for all our learners. We also have a state-of-the-art Auditorium for functions. This use of technology may also be found in our fully equipped Computer Room and Physical Science Laboratory. To create a well-rounded learner, St Catherine’s Convent also has a purpose-built dancing studio, where learners may receive lessons in Modern, Tap, and Hip-Hop Dancing. Our sporting facilities include a large swimming pool, tennis courts, and sports field. For the more culturally inclined learner, we have a well-equipped hall with modern sound and lighting equipment that will enhance any dramatic performance. Our school seeks to care for and develop the whole person to develop young people who can reach their full potential in all areas of their life. The objectives of St Catherine’s Convent, arising out of our vision and mission are: To develop the whole person of our learners – spiritually, emotionally, academically, culturally, and physically – so that they may make a meaningful contribution to society. To instill in learners the key values of a love for learning, commitment to truth, love, respect, and service to their fellow human beings. To provide a high-quality yet affordable academic education to our learners. To provide a rewarding and fulfilling working environment to our educators where they are encouraged to use their creativity and initiative. To foster respect for the culture and religious values of all people. To foster a willingness to serve in a spirit of healing and reconciliation, flowing from an appreciation of the Word of God and a deep commitment to Christ. St Catherine’s Convent offers an after-care service that has been successfully operating for almost 30 years. Our main aim is to create a safe and nurturing environment for those girls who are unable to be collected straight after school ends. The girls are divided into groups for optimal individual attention and structured supervision. These groups are: Grade 0 to Grade 3 and Grade 4 to Grade 6 Our program begins with a light lunch in the dining room at 13h00 for Grades 0-2 and 13h30 for Grades 3-6. Homework begins at 14h00 for the juniors. Homework is supervised and the children are encouraged to work on their homework individually at their own pace and are assisted wherever necessary by a qualified teacher. Whilst we endeavor to complete homework activities each day, projects and assignments need extra attention and are to be completed at home. Parents are required to sign homework books every day. When homework has been completed, the girls are encouraged to participate in other activities and games such as tennis, swimming on Fridays, DVDs (these may be watched only if the girls wish), and other activities. Extra reading and homework-related problem solving are done on a Friday afternoon. The girls are encouraged to be independent and interact with each other respectably and lovingly. After Care ends at 17h00. In the event of a parent not being able to collect their child by the said time, arrangements may be made by contacting the Aftercare Supervisor before 17:00. St Catherine’s Convent offers a free service for the high school learners by which girls who cannot be collected directly after school attend High School Study. It is a safe and nurturing environment where the girls are encouraged to complete homework or consult with a teacher on specific days for extra assistance. Should you wish your daughter to have lunch, lunches can be arranged. Whilst we endeavor to complete homework activities each day, projects and assignments need extra attention and are to be completed at home. Girls are discouraged from waiting outside the gate to be fetched and there is always someone on duty until 17h00 on the school grounds. Educators regularly attend both regional and national subject conferences to ensure that their knowledge is up to date and to enable every educator to deliver quality education. St Catherine’s Convent also participates in the IEB Cluster groups, which are regular meetings where groups of educators from different schools come together to standardize their assessment levels and to share resources. This ensures that all the academic work done, particularly in Grade 12 is of the correct standard. View full school
  3. In 1956 there was a growing demand for quality Catholic education within the West Rand. St Catherine’s Convent, whose patron saint is St Catherine of Sienna, was founded in 1957 by the Order of the Dominican Sisters, who have a tradition of over 700 years of commitment to education. The school first opened to one hundred and eighty girls and boys from grade one to grade four. A year later, the school had grown to 254 learners and continued to grow in the years following its inception. St Catherine’s Convent is proud of its facilities and offers the learner many opportunities to learn in a comfortable and soothing, yet modern environment. The majority of our classes are fully equipped with all the audio-visual requirements necessary for facilitating learning, such as Data Projectors, White Boards, televisions, and DVD players. Learners each have their desk and locker as we strive to create a home-from-home environment for all our learners. We also have a state-of-the-art Auditorium for functions. This use of technology may also be found in our fully equipped Computer Room and Physical Science Laboratory. To create a well-rounded learner, St Catherine’s Convent also has a purpose-built dancing studio, where learners may receive lessons in Modern, Tap, and Hip-Hop Dancing. Our sporting facilities include a large swimming pool, tennis courts, and sports field. For the more culturally inclined learner, we have a well-equipped hall with modern sound and lighting equipment that will enhance any dramatic performance. Our school seeks to care for and develop the whole person to develop young people who can reach their full potential in all areas of their life. The objectives of St Catherine’s Convent, arising out of our vision and mission are: To develop the whole person of our learners – spiritually, emotionally, academically, culturally, and physically – so that they may make a meaningful contribution to society. To instill in learners the key values of a love for learning, commitment to truth, love, respect, and service to their fellow human beings. To provide a high-quality yet affordable academic education to our learners. To provide a rewarding and fulfilling working environment to our educators where they are encouraged to use their creativity and initiative. To foster respect for the culture and religious values of all people. To foster a willingness to serve in a spirit of healing and reconciliation, flowing from an appreciation of the Word of God and a deep commitment to Christ. St Catherine’s Convent offers an after-care service that has been successfully operating for almost 30 years. Our main aim is to create a safe and nurturing environment for those girls who are unable to be collected straight after school ends. The girls are divided into groups for optimal individual attention and structured supervision. These groups are: Grade 0 to Grade 3 and Grade 4 to Grade 6 Our program begins with a light lunch in the dining room at 13h00 for Grades 0-2 and 13h30 for Grades 3-6. Homework begins at 14h00 for the juniors. Homework is supervised and the children are encouraged to work on their homework individually at their own pace and are assisted wherever necessary by a qualified teacher. Whilst we endeavor to complete homework activities each day, projects and assignments need extra attention and are to be completed at home. Parents are required to sign homework books every day. When homework has been completed, the girls are encouraged to participate in other activities and games such as tennis, swimming on Fridays, DVDs (these may be watched only if the girls wish), and other activities. Extra reading and homework-related problem solving are done on a Friday afternoon. The girls are encouraged to be independent and interact with each other respectably and lovingly. After Care ends at 17h00. In the event of a parent not being able to collect their child by the said time, arrangements may be made by contacting the Aftercare Supervisor before 17:00. St Catherine’s Convent offers a free service for the high school learners by which girls who cannot be collected directly after school attend High School Study. It is a safe and nurturing environment where the girls are encouraged to complete homework or consult with a teacher on specific days for extra assistance. Should you wish your daughter to have lunch, lunches can be arranged. Whilst we endeavor to complete homework activities each day, projects and assignments need extra attention and are to be completed at home. Girls are discouraged from waiting outside the gate to be fetched and there is always someone on duty until 17h00 on the school grounds. Educators regularly attend both regional and national subject conferences to ensure that their knowledge is up to date and to enable every educator to deliver quality education. St Catherine’s Convent also participates in the IEB Cluster groups, which are regular meetings where groups of educators from different schools come together to standardize their assessment levels and to share resources. This ensures that all the academic work done, particularly in Grade 12 is of the correct standard.
  4. The School aims to provide a seamless bilingual education for girls in a happy and motivating learning environment so that they will learn to embrace the Paulinian heritage of truth, beauty, goodness, nobility, and honor. The school aims at providing an all-round education, based on Christian values, that enhances the quality of life, both spiritually and materially, for our Paulinians so that they can contribute positively to their home, profession, and society with charity, conscience, confidence, courage, creativity, competence and commitment. St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS), a Catholic secondary school for girls from the age of eleven to eighteen, is sponsored and administered by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, an international congregation founded in France with a history of three hundred years of educational excellence. SPCS, being one of the oldest Grant-in-aid Schools in Hong Kong, was founded in 1854. It was formerly called French Convent School and even up to the present day, there is still several non-Chinese speaking students. The school moved to its present site in 1914 and the present building was completed in 1981. The school was renamed St. Paul's Convent School in 1955. A Sesquicentennial Block of seven stories was added to the campus to celebrate its 150 years of educational excellence. Since September 2004, SPCS has changed its status from Grant-in-aid School to Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS). This change has reaped many benefits and flexibility that enhance the school's unique vision and mission of developing all-around educational excellence that is being recognized by all renowned institutions, both locally and internationally. The existing values of excellence and efficiency will be strengthened to provide an education of world-class standards for our Paulicians. Enrolment in the school implies the student’s willingness and determination to obey school authorities and abide by all the school regulations. The school reserves the right to require the withdrawal of those students whose behavior is not in accord with its ideals and standards of conduct. The school considers that it is a serious offense to recruit students for outside activities or organizations without authorization from the school. View full school
  5. The School aims to provide a seamless bilingual education for girls in a happy and motivating learning environment so that they will learn to embrace the Paulinian heritage of truth, beauty, goodness, nobility, and honor. The school aims at providing an all-round education, based on Christian values, that enhances the quality of life, both spiritually and materially, for our Paulinians so that they can contribute positively to their home, profession, and society with charity, conscience, confidence, courage, creativity, competence and commitment. St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS), a Catholic secondary school for girls from the age of eleven to eighteen, is sponsored and administered by the Sisters of St. Paul de Chartres, an international congregation founded in France with a history of three hundred years of educational excellence. SPCS, being one of the oldest Grant-in-aid Schools in Hong Kong, was founded in 1854. It was formerly called French Convent School and even up to the present day, there is still several non-Chinese speaking students. The school moved to its present site in 1914 and the present building was completed in 1981. The school was renamed St. Paul's Convent School in 1955. A Sesquicentennial Block of seven stories was added to the campus to celebrate its 150 years of educational excellence. Since September 2004, SPCS has changed its status from Grant-in-aid School to Direct Subsidy Scheme (DSS). This change has reaped many benefits and flexibility that enhance the school's unique vision and mission of developing all-around educational excellence that is being recognized by all renowned institutions, both locally and internationally. The existing values of excellence and efficiency will be strengthened to provide an education of world-class standards for our Paulicians. Enrolment in the school implies the student’s willingness and determination to obey school authorities and abide by all the school regulations. The school reserves the right to require the withdrawal of those students whose behavior is not in accord with its ideals and standards of conduct. The school considers that it is a serious offense to recruit students for outside activities or organizations without authorization from the school.
  6. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love. Our caring and committed staff recognize the importance of creative and exciting teaching and how this contributes to student achievement. Our young people leave school with the tools to solve problems for themselves, understand both their rights and responsibilities and are prepared for challenging further study post-18. We recognize that our students have unique strengths and talents and encourage them to explore and develop these in our very supportive environment. We firmly believe that for your daughter to achieve her aspirations, her learning is best supported by a very strong partnership with parents/carers. Virgo Fidelis' strong pastoral care will ensure that your daughter has appropriate support throughout her time with us. Virgo Fidelis Catholic School affirms that the curriculum as a whole is religious since there is nothing, which does not ultimately relate to God. The curriculum in all aspects, therefore, reflects the fact the Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise. Virgo Fidelis believes that each pupil is both unique and equal to others regardless of sex, nationality, color, creed, class, intellectual ability, or disability. It is the intention that all relationships at Virgo Fidelis are conducted in a Spirit of Love and Understanding. Virgo Fidelis inspires each pupil with Faith, Hope, justice, and Love, which enable her to recognize that she belongs to the human family, and encourage the growth and development of the whole person. We hope, through encouraging each girl to develop her aptitudes, to implant in her mind a strong personal desire to improve, and hence to succeed.
  7. Our Lady’s High School is a place for learning. We achieve this by maintaining high expectations of the individual, appreciating that we are all members of a diverse community, living our Catholic faith, and embracing the values of our Servite founders. We are each unique individuals, created in the image of God, and relationships are formed through mutual respect between all members of our community. We aim to be proactive in promoting good behavior, reminding students of our expectations, and celebrating all the successes in school. Students should be very clear as to the consequences of choosing to behave inappropriately and these consequences will be applied fairly and consistently. Our guiding expectations are that students are to be peaceful, polite, and punctual at all times. The school was founded by the Servite Sisters, our ethos, therefore, is derived from and based on Servite Values. Those values include openness and respect for diversity therefore, whilst many of our teaching staff are not Catholic or Christian, all staff appreciates the strength of the faith community to which they belong. Acts of Worship are central to the life of the school and all members of the school community are included in the holistic vision of evangelization as ‘shaping tomorrow, inspired by faith’. Our Marian commitment to service provides a working climate that enables teachers to thrive in their work our girls are engaged learners, teachers can enjoy practicing their craft and students have a desire to achieve and have personal ambition. The government has allocated our school a sum of money which is called the "Pupil Premium". This is to improve the educational chances of students who may find circumstances outside school challenging due to financial hardship or other issues. The three identified groups are students who are entitled to free school meals (or have been anytime in the last 6 years, know as ‘Ever 6’), students who have a parent working for the Armed Services, and those children in Local Authority Care. Pupil Premium students are a diverse range of ages, backgrounds, abilities, and needs but disadvantage does not hinder potential. To reward excellent behavior, attitude, and work, students will be rewarded using achievement points recorded electronically on the school system. Achievement points will be rewarded for excellent work and attitude in lessons, and can also be awarded for excellent attitude and contributions to the school community outside of lessons. Students work towards particular awards which are received when they achieve a fixed number of achievement points. By receiving these rewards students will also be contributing towards their form class total. These awards start with text messages home from Form Tutors and Heads of Year before moving onto letters from one of the Assistant Head Teachers, the Deputy Head Teacher, and finally the Head Teacher. For those receiving the most achievement points, there will be special lunches with the Head Teacher and then one of the school Governors. It is important for parents/carers and other individuals to let us know when we have got it right so we can celebrate our successes. If you would like to highlight a success please do let us know by emailing or contacting a member of staff or contacting our communications office. The existence of a complaints procedure should not be seen as a way of undermining efforts to resolve a concern informally. The formal complaints procedure will need to be used were initial attempts to resolve the issue have been unsuccessful and the person raising the issue remains dissatisfied and wishes to take the matter further. Safeguarding is the umbrella term for ensuring all our students feel safe and can achieve their potential. Safeguarding and Child Protection come under the same remit but given the very sensitive nature of Child Protection matters, a separate Child Protection Policy is in place at school. Safeguarding crosses all borders within the school environment from DBS (formerly CRB) of staff to site security and safety around the building. We are a supportive community that follows the Gospel message of ‘Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13: 34-35). Our community is based on a deep respect for the uniqueness and diversity found within each person, on quality relationships, and a deep sense of belonging. We spread the good news of the Gospel, that God loves us no matter what, through our actions as well as our words. As Pope Francis explains “all Christians … are called to show concern for the building of a better world.” We nurture all aspects of personal development, not just academic success. Our holistic approach to education in our school enables all of us to develop to our full potential – physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. We recognize that such development becomes a lifelong journey responding to Christ’s call to live life to the full.
  8. Despite many changes and challenges Coloma continues to grow and deliver excellence in education. Whilst academic results are outstanding, life at Coloma is about much more than success in the classroom. There is a wide range of extra-curricular and service-related activities. These develop specific skills but equally importantly build up values and friendships that girls leaving Coloma to take with them for the rest of their lives. Although in many ways Coloma is a very formal and traditional school it equally does not standstill. Facilities are constantly being updated and teachers at the school are always looking for new and innovative ways of including technology within their lessons. We are proud of our Comprehensive intake and although results are comparable and sometimes better than similarly sized grammar schools what is important is that every girl fulfills her potential, works hard, and does her best. There is a well-developed pastoral system and developing community links that recognize the school’s importance both within the Catholic and local communities. The recently completed Jubilee Centre, the 3G Floodlight all-weather pitch, and the Winton House Performing arts Centre have already expanded the range of activity on the site and support the long-standing successes in charity fundraising and community service activities. In 2010 the Guardian recognized Coloma as being the best Girls’ Comprehensive school in the country. This is what we believe in and will continue to strive to achieve and maintain but we will also reach out to others, for example, to help other schools and their staff and pupils achieve similar success. Partnerships with The Good Shepherd RC Primary School and the current sponsorship of The Quest Academy – Coloma Trust and The Archbishop Lanfranc Academy – Coloma Trust are striking examples of Coloma’s outreach intentions. As we look forward we continue to keep all that is good of the old and develop the best of the new. Standing still is not an option. We stride forward into the future with great confidence knowing that the standards and values that we take with us were right in the past, are still valid today, and will remain so in the future. Coloma is a community of staff, pupils, parents, and governors where each is recognized as a highly valued individual. The school aims to foster a deepening awareness of Christian faith and service alongside an understanding and tolerance of other creeds and cultures. We aim to provide an opportunity for the balanced development of the student's intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual qualities and to foster an appreciation of those things which add quality to life, by developing creative and artistic gifts and skills. We intend to develop the potential of all students by encouraging them to search for knowledge and truth. We seek to be a place of Christian service where all are sensitive to the needs of others where there is a determination to promote human rights and a recognition of the corresponding duties and responsibilities where a sense of justice is fostered and an awareness that all people have an equal value. We aim to work in partnership with the home and the parish, to help all members of the school community to live the Gospel values of reconciliation and forgiveness and to respond in a Christian way to the challenges of life with its joys and sorrows. Thus, it is hoped that each one will be able to achieve a loving relationship with God and all creation, to make the appropriate moral decisions, and to grow towards mature membership of the Church.
  9. As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on welcoming students of all faiths and backgrounds from the ages of 11 to 18. We are a caring and fully inclusive community. We strive to allow all our students to fulfill and achieve their true potential. The core value of our message is that of the Gospel message every student has a talent, God-given gifts, a calling to love their neighbor as themselves and all whom we meet in life are a reflection of the image of Christ. We have a passion to mold and inspire women leaders of the future, instilled with the Gospel values of justice, equality, and love. Our caring and committed staff recognize the importance of creative and exciting teaching and how this contributes to student achievement. Our young people leave school with the tools to solve problems for themselves, understand both their rights and responsibilities and are prepared for challenging further study post-18. We recognize that our students have unique strengths and talents and encourage them to explore and develop these in our very supportive environment. We firmly believe that for your daughter to achieve her aspirations, her learning is best supported by a very strong partnership with parents/carers. Virgo Fidelis' strong pastoral care will ensure that your daughter has appropriate support throughout her time with us. Virgo Fidelis Catholic School affirms that the curriculum as a whole is religious since there is nothing, which does not ultimately relate to God. The curriculum in all aspects, therefore, reflects the fact the Christ is the foundation of the whole educational enterprise. Virgo Fidelis believes that each pupil is both unique and equal to others regardless of sex, nationality, color, creed, class, intellectual ability, or disability. It is the intention that all relationships at Virgo Fidelis are conducted in a Spirit of Love and Understanding. Virgo Fidelis inspires each pupil with Faith, Hope, justice, and Love, which enable her to recognize that she belongs to the human family, and encourage the growth and development of the whole person. We hope, through encouraging each girl to develop her aptitudes, to implant in her mind a strong personal desire to improve, and hence to succeed. View full school
  10. St. Joseph’s Convent School is an independent, Catholic school, for girls aged 3-11 years. As a school, we understand that the fullness of life is to be found when Christ is at the center of our lives. Our vision is rooted in the strength and guidance we receive from Christ at our core. We consider each pupil to be special with their unique potential. As a Catholic school with a strong understanding of the importance of both the local and international community, we strive to educate our girls to have a sense of identity and understanding of their place in the wider world. Children develop intellectually through a carefully planned curriculum that includes focused teaching and academic challenge, together with opportunities to build confidence and self-esteem, independence, and perseverance. The overall achievement of the pupils is excellent. By the school’s aims, pupils of all ages demonstrate a love of learning, fulfilling the school’s wish to promote the spiritual, moral, intellectual, aesthetic, and physical development of all members. We are a Catholic School and welcome children and their families of other faiths who support our ethos. As a result of academic success through guidance from committed teachers, the pupils are confident and aspirational. A high percentage of pupils at secondary level are offered places within the independent sector, many gaining scholarships at schools of their choice. Ambitions and dreams are encouraged and each pupil is inspired to reach their full potential. We have a holistic approach to children’s learning which supports their development as moral decision-makers. We inspire children to develop a joy of reading. Through reading and writing the power of imagination and critical thought are developed. We instill confidence to prepare children for the challenges of their future. Children learn with real understanding when they are actively involved in mathematical experiences. We enable children to develop the necessary attributes to form concepts, develop skills, learn facts, and acquire strategies for investigating and solving problems. To discover is to ask questions, explore, share ideas, make predictions, and test hypotheses. Children are supported to find answers, identify patterns and relationships and understand and the beauty and wonder of the world around them. We empower children as learners by building good ICT skills and using these to enhance all areas of our curriculum. Physical education is crucial to health, fitness, and well-being. It builds strength, maintains mobility, challenges body and mind, and helps each child to have confidence in their capabilities. Success in physical education enhances achievement in other areas of learning. It builds self-esteem, motivation, cooperation, and concentration and forms an important part of a balanced curriculum. As a school, we understand that the fullness of life is to be found when Christ is at the center of our lives. Our vision is rooted in the strength and guidance we receive from Christ at our core. By placing Christ at the center of all that we are and in all that we do, we move closer to our educational philosophy ‘in which faith, culture, and life are brought to harmony. We not only strive to develop pupils as learners with skills for the workplace and a responsibility to others, but we work to be a community ‘where the spiritual, cultural, and personal worlds within which we live are harmonized to form the roots from which grow our values, motivation, aspirations and the moral imperatives that inform our choices and actions as persons. View full school
  11. St. Joseph’s Convent School is an independent, Catholic school, for girls aged 3-11 years. As a school, we understand that the fullness of life is to be found when Christ is at the center of our lives. Our vision is rooted in the strength and guidance we receive from Christ at our core. We consider each pupil to be special with their unique potential. As a Catholic school with a strong understanding of the importance of both the local and international community, we strive to educate our girls to have a sense of identity and understanding of their place in the wider world. Children develop intellectually through a carefully planned curriculum that includes focused teaching and academic challenge, together with opportunities to build confidence and self-esteem, independence, and perseverance. The overall achievement of the pupils is excellent. By the school’s aims, pupils of all ages demonstrate a love of learning, fulfilling the school’s wish to promote the spiritual, moral, intellectual, aesthetic, and physical development of all members. We are a Catholic School and welcome children and their families of other faiths who support our ethos. As a result of academic success through guidance from committed teachers, the pupils are confident and aspirational. A high percentage of pupils at secondary level are offered places within the independent sector, many gaining scholarships at schools of their choice. Ambitions and dreams are encouraged and each pupil is inspired to reach their full potential. We have a holistic approach to children’s learning which supports their development as moral decision-makers. We inspire children to develop a joy of reading. Through reading and writing the power of imagination and critical thought are developed. We instill confidence to prepare children for the challenges of their future. Children learn with real understanding when they are actively involved in mathematical experiences. We enable children to develop the necessary attributes to form concepts, develop skills, learn facts, and acquire strategies for investigating and solving problems. To discover is to ask questions, explore, share ideas, make predictions, and test hypotheses. Children are supported to find answers, identify patterns and relationships and understand and the beauty and wonder of the world around them. We empower children as learners by building good ICT skills and using these to enhance all areas of our curriculum. Physical education is crucial to health, fitness, and well-being. It builds strength, maintains mobility, challenges body and mind, and helps each child to have confidence in their capabilities. Success in physical education enhances achievement in other areas of learning. It builds self-esteem, motivation, cooperation, and concentration and forms an important part of a balanced curriculum. As a school, we understand that the fullness of life is to be found when Christ is at the center of our lives. Our vision is rooted in the strength and guidance we receive from Christ at our core. By placing Christ at the center of all that we are and in all that we do, we move closer to our educational philosophy ‘in which faith, culture, and life are brought to harmony. We not only strive to develop pupils as learners with skills for the workplace and a responsibility to others, but we work to be a community ‘where the spiritual, cultural, and personal worlds within which we live are harmonized to form the roots from which grow our values, motivation, aspirations and the moral imperatives that inform our choices and actions as persons.
  12. Our Lady’s High School is a place for learning. We achieve this by maintaining high expectations of the individual, appreciating that we are all members of a diverse community, living our Catholic faith, and embracing the values of our Servite founders. We are each unique individuals, created in the image of God, and relationships are formed through mutual respect between all members of our community. We aim to be proactive in promoting good behavior, reminding students of our expectations, and celebrating all the successes in school. Students should be very clear as to the consequences of choosing to behave inappropriately and these consequences will be applied fairly and consistently. Our guiding expectations are that students are to be peaceful, polite, and punctual at all times. The school was founded by the Servite Sisters, our ethos, therefore, is derived from and based on Servite Values. Those values include openness and respect for diversity therefore, whilst many of our teaching staff are not Catholic or Christian, all staff appreciates the strength of the faith community to which they belong. Acts of Worship are central to the life of the school and all members of the school community are included in the holistic vision of evangelization as ‘shaping tomorrow, inspired by faith’. Our Marian commitment to service provides a working climate that enables teachers to thrive in their work our girls are engaged learners, teachers can enjoy practicing their craft and students have a desire to achieve and have personal ambition. The government has allocated our school a sum of money which is called the "Pupil Premium". This is to improve the educational chances of students who may find circumstances outside school challenging due to financial hardship or other issues. The three identified groups are students who are entitled to free school meals (or have been anytime in the last 6 years, know as ‘Ever 6’), students who have a parent working for the Armed Services, and those children in Local Authority Care. Pupil Premium students are a diverse range of ages, backgrounds, abilities, and needs but disadvantage does not hinder potential. To reward excellent behavior, attitude, and work, students will be rewarded using achievement points recorded electronically on the school system. Achievement points will be rewarded for excellent work and attitude in lessons, and can also be awarded for excellent attitude and contributions to the school community outside of lessons. Students work towards particular awards which are received when they achieve a fixed number of achievement points. By receiving these rewards students will also be contributing towards their form class total. These awards start with text messages home from Form Tutors and Heads of Year before moving onto letters from one of the Assistant Head Teachers, the Deputy Head Teacher, and finally the Head Teacher. For those receiving the most achievement points, there will be special lunches with the Head Teacher and then one of the school Governors. It is important for parents/carers and other individuals to let us know when we have got it right so we can celebrate our successes. If you would like to highlight a success please do let us know by emailing or contacting a member of staff or contacting our communications office. The existence of a complaints procedure should not be seen as a way of undermining efforts to resolve a concern informally. The formal complaints procedure will need to be used were initial attempts to resolve the issue have been unsuccessful and the person raising the issue remains dissatisfied and wishes to take the matter further. Safeguarding is the umbrella term for ensuring all our students feel safe and can achieve their potential. Safeguarding and Child Protection come under the same remit but given the very sensitive nature of Child Protection matters, a separate Child Protection Policy is in place at school. Safeguarding crosses all borders within the school environment from DBS (formerly CRB) of staff to site security and safety around the building. We are a supportive community that follows the Gospel message of ‘Love one another as I have loved you” (John 13: 34-35). Our community is based on a deep respect for the uniqueness and diversity found within each person, on quality relationships, and a deep sense of belonging. We spread the good news of the Gospel, that God loves us no matter what, through our actions as well as our words. As Pope Francis explains “all Christians … are called to show concern for the building of a better world.” We nurture all aspects of personal development, not just academic success. Our holistic approach to education in our school enables all of us to develop to our full potential – physically, emotionally, intellectually, and spiritually. We recognize that such development becomes a lifelong journey responding to Christ’s call to live life to the full. View full school
  13. Hello and a very warm welcome to our school community here at the Convent of Jesus and Mary Catholic Infant School & Nursery in Willesden Green. Being an infant school we have the great honor of providing for your child’s first steps in their school learning journey. For our young children, each day is an open-ended adventure, an opportunity to learn, to explore, to discover, to achieve. Through working in partnership with you their parents we aim to provide the best environment for this adventure, to help your children understand and define what they are about and how they can truly become what God wants them to be. The school was founded in 1904 by the Congregation of Jesus & Mary as an all-age boarding and day school. In 1945 the boarding department was discontinued. The school then catered for infant and primary pupils. In 1947 after the General Inspection, the school was officially recognized by the Ministry of Education. In August 1967 the school again changed its status from an Independent Preparatory School to a Voluntary Aided Infant School for children aged 3 – 7. The school was under the trusteeship of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary until 2002. It is now under the trusteeship of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster. The Nursery Unit was opened in October 1977. As a Catholic school, the foundation of our curriculum is Religious Education, it is fundamental and as such underpins all areas of the curriculum. The religious education program followed is called ‘COME AND SEE’. However, the message of the Gospels permeates all subjects. We work closely with the Parish of Saint Mary Magdalen’s and other local parishes. Pupils in the Nursery and Reception follow the EYFS.-Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. Pupils in Years One and Two follow the National Curriculum. There is a strong emphasis on the basic skills of reading, writing, and numeracy. In Key Stage 1 pupils follow what is laid down in the National Curriculum for English, Maths Science, History, Geography, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Music, Art, PE. We place a strong emphasis on our pupils having access to a very creative curriculum. Music and Sport are important features of our curriculum. TOGETHER Thinking Learning Caring Sharing BECOMING the people GOD wants us to be In Convent of Jesus and Mary RC Infant School, every Wednesday Worship will take place every Wednesday at the Grotto in the Garden at 8.35. This is an opportunity for parents, children, and staff to come together in prayer. The prayer is led by the Prayer Leaders from each class. Since every person of whatever age is endowed with human dignity, he/she has an inalienable right to an education corresponding to his/her proper destiny and suited to his/her talents. The Church has a special responsibility towards those children who have physical disabilities, learning difficulties, and emotional and behavioral problems….. To our Catholic community, the requirement to integrate is not an optional extra but a challenge for which we must be willing to travel the extra mile. We also believe that more able pupils are also identified as having special educational needs, although they fall outside the definitions of the SEN Code of Practice. Every effort is made to meet these needs through differentiation and planning across the National Curriculum. The school aims to develop and apply an SEN policy and approach which will meet the needs of SEN pupils to enable them to develop self-esteem, achieve their potential, and make a personal contribution towards the life of the school. The school recognizes that pupils at school with medical conditions should be properly supported and have full access to education, including school trips and physical education. Some children with medical conditions may be disabled and where this is the case the school complies with its duties under the Equality Act 2010. The school's arrangements to support pupils at school with medical conditions are available in the Schools Policy for Health, Managing Medicines, and First Aid available from the school. Behaviour is not classified as an SEN. All children’s behavior is responded to consistently in line. With our school Behaviour Policy. However, if a child shows consistent and off-task behaviors, the class teacher will assess the child’s needs, taking into account family circumstances and the child’s known history of experiences. If the child’s behavior is a response to trauma or home-based experiences (e.g. bereavement, parental separation) we complete a CAF with the family and support the family through that process. The school employs a dedicated Home School Liaison Officer who supports children and families with identified social and emotional needs. View full school
  14. Hello and a very warm welcome to our school community here at the Convent of Jesus and Mary Catholic Infant School & Nursery in Willesden Green. Being an infant school we have the great honor of providing for your child’s first steps in their school learning journey. For our young children, each day is an open-ended adventure, an opportunity to learn, to explore, to discover, to achieve. Through working in partnership with you their parents we aim to provide the best environment for this adventure, to help your children understand and define what they are about and how they can truly become what God wants them to be. The school was founded in 1904 by the Congregation of Jesus & Mary as an all-age boarding and day school. In 1945 the boarding department was discontinued. The school then catered for infant and primary pupils. In 1947 after the General Inspection, the school was officially recognized by the Ministry of Education. In August 1967 the school again changed its status from an Independent Preparatory School to a Voluntary Aided Infant School for children aged 3 – 7. The school was under the trusteeship of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary until 2002. It is now under the trusteeship of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Westminster. The Nursery Unit was opened in October 1977. As a Catholic school, the foundation of our curriculum is Religious Education, it is fundamental and as such underpins all areas of the curriculum. The religious education program followed is called ‘COME AND SEE’. However, the message of the Gospels permeates all subjects. We work closely with the Parish of Saint Mary Magdalen’s and other local parishes. Pupils in the Nursery and Reception follow the EYFS.-Early Years Foundation Stage curriculum. Pupils in Years One and Two follow the National Curriculum. There is a strong emphasis on the basic skills of reading, writing, and numeracy. In Key Stage 1 pupils follow what is laid down in the National Curriculum for English, Maths Science, History, Geography, Information Communication Technology (ICT), Music, Art, PE. We place a strong emphasis on our pupils having access to a very creative curriculum. Music and Sport are important features of our curriculum. TOGETHER Thinking Learning Caring Sharing BECOMING the people GOD wants us to be In Convent of Jesus and Mary RC Infant School, every Wednesday Worship will take place every Wednesday at the Grotto in the Garden at 8.35. This is an opportunity for parents, children, and staff to come together in prayer. The prayer is led by the Prayer Leaders from each class. Since every person of whatever age is endowed with human dignity, he/she has an inalienable right to an education corresponding to his/her proper destiny and suited to his/her talents. The Church has a special responsibility towards those children who have physical disabilities, learning difficulties, and emotional and behavioral problems….. To our Catholic community, the requirement to integrate is not an optional extra but a challenge for which we must be willing to travel the extra mile. We also believe that more able pupils are also identified as having special educational needs, although they fall outside the definitions of the SEN Code of Practice. Every effort is made to meet these needs through differentiation and planning across the National Curriculum. The school aims to develop and apply an SEN policy and approach which will meet the needs of SEN pupils to enable them to develop self-esteem, achieve their potential, and make a personal contribution towards the life of the school. The school recognizes that pupils at school with medical conditions should be properly supported and have full access to education, including school trips and physical education. Some children with medical conditions may be disabled and where this is the case the school complies with its duties under the Equality Act 2010. The school's arrangements to support pupils at school with medical conditions are available in the Schools Policy for Health, Managing Medicines, and First Aid available from the school. Behaviour is not classified as an SEN. All children’s behavior is responded to consistently in line. With our school Behaviour Policy. However, if a child shows consistent and off-task behaviors, the class teacher will assess the child’s needs, taking into account family circumstances and the child’s known history of experiences. If the child’s behavior is a response to trauma or home-based experiences (e.g. bereavement, parental separation) we complete a CAF with the family and support the family through that process. The school employs a dedicated Home School Liaison Officer who supports children and families with identified social and emotional needs.
  15. The school aims to give each pupil an education that will help her to develop her gifts, both spiritual and social, and achieve the highest academic standards of which she is capable. We hope each pupil will receive the help and guidance that will encourage her confidently to make her contribution to life as a responsible and self-disciplined Christian. The Convent of Jesus and Mary enjoyed over 10 years as a specialist Language College. It was one of the first schools to achieve specialist status in this area and received funding directly from the government to promote languages and the international dimension both within the school and in the local community. Whilst in many schools a minority of pupils choose to study a foreign language at KS4, The Convent of Jesus and Mary ensures that everyone learns at least one foreign language, with many students learning two or even three. In year 7 students experience all of the languages offered at the school during the first term and they then choose the one they intend to continue with until the end of year 11. There are, however, fast-track courses for more able students. At KS5 students continue to experience languages through A-level courses or using the weekly enrichment classes. We are a rich, diverse and inclusive school: there are over 35 languages represented. Many students at the school have an additional language which they may speak at homes such as Polish, Arabic, Portuguese, French Italian, and Spanish. These students are encouraged to participate in the early entry scheme and are supported in their learning through the weekly lessons offered as part of the Saturday School provision. In addition to the normal curriculum, students at the Convent benefit from a whole range of cultural activities such as workshops organized in conjunction with international events and festivals, visits to art galleries and museums, cinema trips, and lectures, which make their education truly distinctive and develop both their interpersonal and intercultural skills, which are essential for success in an increasingly global economy. A program of overseas visits as well as joint projects with schools located in other countries provide students with an opportunity to compare their experiences with those of their peers living abroad and explore global issues. The integration programs run in conjunction with the British International School give students a chance to gain an insight into different school systems by hosting groups of Italian visitors who share their lessons during their stay in England. The work carried out to promote internationalism throughout the school was recognized by the British Council in 2008 as the Convent achieved the International School Award. St Claudine’s vision was to provide an exceptional education for girls. Inspired by that vision, our whole school, staff, and students, strive to live out St. Claudine’s values so our students grow. The majority of our school community is Catholic. Staff and students of other faith traditions are a vital part of the school community, supporting and participating in our spiritual life. In the grim aftermath of the French Revolution, a young woman of vision and courage - Claudine Thévenet, whose brothers and an uncle were guillotined during the Reign of Terror - spent her time, her energy, and her money in providing food, clothing, education and secure home for orphaned and abandoned children. She was helped in her task by several like-minded charitable young women and in 1818 founded the Congregation of Jesus and Mary. In 1886, nuns from the now flourishing religious congregation were invited by Cardinal Manning to form a convent school for girls in Willesden. The school’s foundation stone was laid a year later and in 1888 the Convent of Jesus and Mary was opened as a private boarding school for girls. Now, at the start of the 21st century, the Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College provides high-quality, fully comprehensive education for girls aged from eleven to eighteen. View full school
  16. The school aims to give each pupil an education that will help her to develop her gifts, both spiritual and social, and achieve the highest academic standards of which she is capable. We hope each pupil will receive the help and guidance that will encourage her confidently to make her contribution to life as a responsible and self-disciplined Christian. The Convent of Jesus and Mary enjoyed over 10 years as a specialist Language College. It was one of the first schools to achieve specialist status in this area and received funding directly from the government to promote languages and the international dimension both within the school and in the local community. Whilst in many schools a minority of pupils choose to study a foreign language at KS4, The Convent of Jesus and Mary ensures that everyone learns at least one foreign language, with many students learning two or even three. In year 7 students experience all of the languages offered at the school during the first term and they then choose the one they intend to continue with until the end of year 11. There are, however, fast-track courses for more able students. At KS5 students continue to experience languages through A-level courses or using the weekly enrichment classes. We are a rich, diverse and inclusive school: there are over 35 languages represented. Many students at the school have an additional language which they may speak at homes such as Polish, Arabic, Portuguese, French Italian, and Spanish. These students are encouraged to participate in the early entry scheme and are supported in their learning through the weekly lessons offered as part of the Saturday School provision. In addition to the normal curriculum, students at the Convent benefit from a whole range of cultural activities such as workshops organized in conjunction with international events and festivals, visits to art galleries and museums, cinema trips, and lectures, which make their education truly distinctive and develop both their interpersonal and intercultural skills, which are essential for success in an increasingly global economy. A program of overseas visits as well as joint projects with schools located in other countries provide students with an opportunity to compare their experiences with those of their peers living abroad and explore global issues. The integration programs run in conjunction with the British International School give students a chance to gain an insight into different school systems by hosting groups of Italian visitors who share their lessons during their stay in England. The work carried out to promote internationalism throughout the school was recognized by the British Council in 2008 as the Convent achieved the International School Award. St Claudine’s vision was to provide an exceptional education for girls. Inspired by that vision, our whole school, staff, and students, strive to live out St. Claudine’s values so our students grow. The majority of our school community is Catholic. Staff and students of other faith traditions are a vital part of the school community, supporting and participating in our spiritual life. In the grim aftermath of the French Revolution, a young woman of vision and courage - Claudine Thévenet, whose brothers and an uncle were guillotined during the Reign of Terror - spent her time, her energy, and her money in providing food, clothing, education and secure home for orphaned and abandoned children. She was helped in her task by several like-minded charitable young women and in 1818 founded the Congregation of Jesus and Mary. In 1886, nuns from the now flourishing religious congregation were invited by Cardinal Manning to form a convent school for girls in Willesden. The school’s foundation stone was laid a year later and in 1888 the Convent of Jesus and Mary was opened as a private boarding school for girls. Now, at the start of the 21st century, the Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College provides high-quality, fully comprehensive education for girls aged from eleven to eighteen.
  17. Despite many changes and challenges Coloma continues to grow and deliver excellence in education. Whilst academic results are outstanding, life at Coloma is about much more than success in the classroom. There is a wide range of extra-curricular and service-related activities. These develop specific skills but equally importantly build up values and friendships that girls leaving Coloma to take with them for the rest of their lives. Although in many ways Coloma is a very formal and traditional school it equally does not standstill. Facilities are constantly being updated and teachers at the school are always looking for new and innovative ways of including technology within their lessons. We are proud of our Comprehensive intake and although results are comparable and sometimes better than similarly sized grammar schools what is important is that every girl fulfills her potential, works hard, and does her best. There is a well-developed pastoral system and developing community links that recognize the school’s importance both within the Catholic and local communities. The recently completed Jubilee Centre, the 3G Floodlight all-weather pitch, and the Winton House Performing arts Centre have already expanded the range of activity on the site and support the long-standing successes in charity fundraising and community service activities. In 2010 the Guardian recognized Coloma as being the best Girls’ Comprehensive school in the country. This is what we believe in and will continue to strive to achieve and maintain but we will also reach out to others, for example, to help other schools and their staff and pupils achieve similar success. Partnerships with The Good Shepherd RC Primary School and the current sponsorship of The Quest Academy – Coloma Trust and The Archbishop Lanfranc Academy – Coloma Trust are striking examples of Coloma’s outreach intentions. As we look forward we continue to keep all that is good of the old and develop the best of the new. Standing still is not an option. We stride forward into the future with great confidence knowing that the standards and values that we take with us were right in the past, are still valid today, and will remain so in the future. Coloma is a community of staff, pupils, parents, and governors where each is recognized as a highly valued individual. The school aims to foster a deepening awareness of Christian faith and service alongside an understanding and tolerance of other creeds and cultures. We aim to provide an opportunity for the balanced development of the student's intellectual, emotional, physical, and spiritual qualities and to foster an appreciation of those things which add quality to life, by developing creative and artistic gifts and skills. We intend to develop the potential of all students by encouraging them to search for knowledge and truth. We seek to be a place of Christian service where all are sensitive to the needs of others where there is a determination to promote human rights and a recognition of the corresponding duties and responsibilities where a sense of justice is fostered and an awareness that all people have an equal value. We aim to work in partnership with the home and the parish, to help all members of the school community to live the Gospel values of reconciliation and forgiveness and to respond in a Christian way to the challenges of life with its joys and sorrows. Thus, it is hoped that each one will be able to achieve a loving relationship with God and all creation, to make the appropriate moral decisions, and to grow towards mature membership of the Church. View full school
  18. Zenith Convent School was founded in the year 1999. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2130701 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Shail Shiksha Samiti, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of Seema Rai. There are a total of 52 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 52 5 1 2 10 40 8458 6837 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) - (in Acres.) - Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) - Whether the School at one site or two site - Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) - SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 0 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 0 Potable Water no Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? no
  19. Zenith Convent School was founded in the year 1999. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2130701 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Gorakhpur district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Shail Shiksha Samiti, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of Seema Rai. There are a total of 52 rooms, 5 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 52 5 1 2 10 40 8458 6837 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) - (in Acres.) - Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) - Whether the School at one site or two site - Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) - SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 0 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 0 Potable Water no Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? no View full school
  20. Yash Convent School was founded in the year 2015. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2133044 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Yash Foundation, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MR.MAXIM D ALMEIDA. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent
  21. Yash Convent School was founded in the year 2015. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2133044 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Sultanpur district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Yash Foundation, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MR.MAXIM D ALMEIDA. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent View full school
  22. Y.M. Convent School was established in the year 2005. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2132290, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Bhadohi district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Vishwanath Prasad Jaiswal Ucchatar Madhyamik Vidyalaya Samiti, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MR.SHAILENDRA SINGH, with a total of 15 staff members. There are a total of 20 rooms, 2 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Gyanpur Road and it is 6 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Gyanpur Road Distance in KM 6 Nearest Police Station Gyanpur RoadGyanpur Distance in KM 3 Nearest Nationalised Bank Canara Bank Distance in KM 3 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 30 I 1 38 II 1 35 III 1 36 IV 1 35 V 1 38 VI 1 35 VII 1 37 VIII 1 39 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 20 2 1 1 0 14 6650 5060 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 25 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 45 25 Other Rooms 2 30 20 Class Room 10 25 20 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 8 8 0 TGTs 5 5 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 6650.0008261564 (in Acres.) 1.643251 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1590 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 5060 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 4 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 4 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 1765 Periodicals 5 Dailies 4 Reference Books 152 Magazine 15 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  23. Y.M. Convent School was established in the year 2005. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2132290, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Bhadohi district of Uttar Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Vishwanath Prasad Jaiswal Ucchatar Madhyamik Vidyalaya Samiti, Uttar Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MR.SHAILENDRA SINGH, with a total of 15 staff members. There are a total of 20 rooms, 2 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Gyanpur Road and it is 6 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station Gyanpur Road Distance in KM 6 Nearest Police Station Gyanpur RoadGyanpur Distance in KM 3 Nearest Nationalised Bank Canara Bank Distance in KM 3 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 1 30 I 1 38 II 1 35 III 1 36 IV 1 35 V 1 38 VI 1 35 VII 1 37 VIII 1 39 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Total Rooms Total Lab Total Libraries Small Room Medium Room Large Room School Area (in Sq m.) Play Area (in Sq m.) 20 2 1 1 0 14 6650 5060 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 25 20 Computer Science Lab 1 30 20 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 45 25 Other Rooms 2 30 20 Class Room 10 25 20 Composite Science Lab 1 30 20 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 8 8 0 TGTs 5 5 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 0 0 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 6650.0008261564 (in Acres.) 1.643251 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1590 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 5060 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 4 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 4 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 1765 Periodicals 5 Dailies 4 Reference Books 152 Magazine 15 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  24. Vivekanand Convent School was founded in the year 2011. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730814, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Churu district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Vivekanand Vidya Ashram Sanstha, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mrs.SUSHMA NIGAM, with a total of 16 staff members. There are a total of 17 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is NOKHA and it is 50 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station NOKHA Distance in KM 50 Nearest Police Station NOKHASANDWA Distance in KM 20 Nearest Nationalised Bank SBBJ KATAR CHHOTI Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 3 84 I 2 43 II 1 27 III 1 41 IV 1 27 V 1 17 VI 1 12 VII 1 9 VIII 1 13 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 12 30 21 Composite Science Lab 1 47 21 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 0 0 0 Computer Science Lab 1 18 21 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 26 21 Other Rooms 2 21 12 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 1 2 PRTs 6 4 2 TGTs 4 4 0 Librarian 1 0 1 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 20240.378184481 (in Acres.) 5.0015064 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1830 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 16140 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 6 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 6 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 950 Periodicals 10 Dailies 4 Reference Books 50 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes
  25. Vivekanand Convent School was founded in the year 2011. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1730814, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Churu district of Rajasthan and is currently being managed by the Vivekanand Vidya Ashram Sanstha, Rajasthan. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mrs.SUSHMA NIGAM, with a total of 16 staff members. There are a total of 17 rooms present in the school. The nearest railway station is NOKHA and it is 50 KM far from the school. You can find other information about the school in the tables below. NATURE OF THE SCHOOL Category of School Co-educational Medium of Instruction English Types of School Independent LOCATION OF SCHOOL Nearest Railway Station NOKHA Distance in KM 50 Nearest Police Station NOKHASANDWA Distance in KM 20 Nearest Nationalised Bank SBBJ KATAR CHHOTI Distance in KM 1 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 3 84 I 2 43 II 1 27 III 1 41 IV 1 27 V 1 17 VI 1 12 VII 1 9 VIII 1 13 IX 0 0 X 0 0 XI 0 0 XII 0 0 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Class Room 12 30 21 Composite Science Lab 1 47 21 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 0 0 0 Computer Science Lab 1 18 21 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 26 21 Other Rooms 2 21 12 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 1 2 PRTs 6 4 2 TGTs 4 4 0 Librarian 1 0 1 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 20240.378184481 (in Acres.) 5.0015064 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 1830 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 16140 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 6 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 6 Potable Water yes Has Certificate about health and sanitary conditions, drinking water and fire safety of the school has been obtained from the competent authorities of the area? yes LIBRARY FACILITIES Total No of Books 950 Periodicals 10 Dailies 4 Reference Books 50 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
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