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  1. The Red Cross Nursing School Portuguese Oliveira of Azeméis is a Polytechnic Institution of Oliveira de Azeméis Municipality. It operates in Nursing and other areas of Health Sciences whose education will you be authorized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education or competent, according to plans and programs themselves and in compliance with the fundamental principles of the Red Cross. The main objective is to train students for the practice of the nursing profession, training throughout life, and promoting the development of the region in which it operates. To achieve these goals the school has sought to increase the number and diversity of courses it, meeting all of them adapted to the regulations of Bologna. The educational project is oriented towards a human and civic education for professional achievement, socio-cultural integration, the training: technical and professional lifelong scientific-technological and cultural. At the level of individual dimension, it is proposed to form each of its students for responsible freedom, maturity to make personal decisions, the openness to the future, flexibility in changing attitudes and adapt to new situations, the sensitivity to local, regional, national and international problems and personal originality including a critical attitude. Given the universal nature of human care, we consider it of utmost importance to train students according to the Professional Code of Ethics of the Association of Nurses and other legislation in force. They are also milestones in the training provided, the principles of the Red Cross, international humanitarian law and the Geneva Convention, and additional protocols. Given the demands on the institutions of higher education and the labor market, the school seeks to maintain a faculty with diverse academic and quality, covering different areas of knowledge and willing to give their best in the practice of teaching, to prepare their students for the practice of human care, technical and scientifically appropriate to the needs of individuals, both in terms of health promotion, disease prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and social integration in the family, at school, at work, and in the community. Also, the formalization of cooperation protocols with entities in the field of higher education, education, health, and other entities representing the community, national and international, in the provision of training and mobility of students and teachers, constitute as development strategies school and promote continuous improvement of teaching quality. The School confers the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or Bachelor and Master in other areas of health sciences that in future you may be authorized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education or jurisdiction by the law and the Diploma courses not awarding Academic Degree conferred but Professional title.
  2. The Red Cross Nursing School Portuguese Oliveira of Azeméis is a Polytechnic Institution of Oliveira de Azeméis Municipality. It operates in Nursing and other areas of Health Sciences whose education will you be authorized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education or competent, according to plans and programs themselves and in compliance with the fundamental principles of the Red Cross. The main objective is to train students for the practice of the nursing profession, training throughout life, and promoting the development of the region in which it operates. To achieve these goals the school has sought to increase the number and diversity of courses it, meeting all of them adapted to the regulations of Bologna. The educational project is oriented towards a human and civic education for professional achievement, socio-cultural integration, the training: technical and professional lifelong scientific-technological and cultural. At the level of individual dimension, it is proposed to form each of its students for responsible freedom, maturity to make personal decisions, the openness to the future, flexibility in changing attitudes and adapt to new situations, the sensitivity to local, regional, national and international problems and personal originality including a critical attitude. Given the universal nature of human care, we consider it of utmost importance to train students according to the Professional Code of Ethics of the Association of Nurses and other legislation in force. They are also milestones in the training provided, the principles of the Red Cross, international humanitarian law and the Geneva Convention, and additional protocols. Given the demands on the institutions of higher education and the labor market, the school seeks to maintain a faculty with diverse academic and quality, covering different areas of knowledge and willing to give their best in the practice of teaching, to prepare their students for the practice of human care, technical and scientifically appropriate to the needs of individuals, both in terms of health promotion, disease prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and social integration in the family, at school, at work, and in the community. Also, the formalization of cooperation protocols with entities in the field of higher education, education, health, and other entities representing the community, national and international, in the provision of training and mobility of students and teachers, constitute as development strategies school and promote continuous improvement of teaching quality. The School confers the Bachelor's Degree in Nursing or Bachelor and Master in other areas of health sciences that in future you may be authorized by the Ministry of Science, Technology and Higher Education or jurisdiction by the law and the Diploma courses not awarding Academic Degree conferred but Professional title. View full university
  3. The school is at a very exciting time in its history as we expand to a five-form entry primary based on two sites. Due to the high demand for primary school places Upton Cross has been operating from Churston Avenue and the new Orwell Road site. Upton Cross Primary School is a co-educational primary for children aged 5-11 and nursery classes for children aged 3-4 Our teaching is stimulating and creative and encourages our children to continue their education outside of school and become lifelong learners. We want to ignite an interest in the world around them and for that interest to lead to fulfilling and imaginative lives. Learning should be fun! Whilst academic achievements are an important part of life at our school, all our children also have the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of sporting and musical opportunities, as well as regular visits and residential visits. Our pastoral care is exceptional, ensuring all children are kept safe and are supported both inside and outside school. Upton Cross Primary School is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve their best in a challenging, creative, stimulating, and supportive learning environment. As a school, we aim to … Provide a purposeful environment where every child discovers their potential and a love of learning. Equip our pupils with the ability to acquire the skills they need for the rapidly evolving world in which they live. Nurture bodies and minds so that our children are happy and safe with a real understanding of how to keep healthy. Build a community that makes connections with the larger community through the work we do, the problems we solve, and the experiences, strengths, and hopes we share. Use technology to examine the past, make sense out of today, and be part of the future. We are proud of our diverse community and are committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination and racism. We are an inclusive school and promote education for children with a range of Special Educational Needs. At Upton Cross, nearly all of our children speak English as an additional language. We have staff and children from a huge range of cultures who regularly support parents and carers in translation. The English acquisition of our children is assessed on-entry and at regular intervals throughout the school year. This allows the school to provide intervention programs for those at the earliest stages of English. Sometimes children with particular types of special educational needs can benefit from specialist help. This is given in small groups or one-to-one in the classroom or other areas of the school, depending on the needs of the child/children. Parents are fully involved in any discussion and assessment of their child’s needs. At Upton Cross Primary School we value every member of our school community as individuals and respect their rights and freedom. We believe that these values are the fundamental building blocks for our children to grow and develop as responsible adults and British citizens. children have a wide range of opportunities to work collaboratively within the class, across year groups, phases, and sites. We promote ‘Buddy Systems’ for newly arrived children and ‘Playground Friends’ who actively support other children throughout the day including break-time and lunchtimes. Upton Cross Primary School is at the heart of the local community and we encourage pupils to show care and consideration for others through charitable work and young citizenship. The school council ensures that all children can influence decision-making through democratic processes. There is a strong emphasis throughout the Personal Health and Relationship areas of study on individual rights and responsibilities including respect and valuing difference in the way people choose to live in modern British Society. At Upton Cross Primary School we value the diverse ethnic background of all pupils and families and undertake a variety of events to celebrate these. We have found this approach to be enriching for all parties as it teaches tolerance and respect for the differences in our community and the wider world. At Upton Cross Primary School we believe that, through promoting British values, our children will become responsible citizens for the future who show mutual respect and tolerance of others, value their liberty and understand the rules of law and democracy whilst demonstrating care and compassion for all.
  4. Holy Cross RC Primary School is situated in the North of Edinburgh. As a denominational school, our catchment area is widespread. The school attracts children from out with the catchment area as well as several other children of other or no denomination and children from a range of ethnic backgrounds. We are pleased to welcome all of our 350 pupils and we celebrate the diversity of their backgrounds. There are 13 primary classes, a nursery morning and afternoon class. Currently, the school has a Head Teacher, a Depute Head Teacher, and a Principal Teacher. Specialist teaching is provided in Support for Learning and Physical Education. There is violin instruction for some P4 – P7 pupils. Pupils are also well supported by the school’s team of Pupil Support Assistants. EAL (English as an Additional Language) teachers provide support to pupils who require it. The school has a Parent Council and a PTA, both of which are actively supportive of the school and make a vast formal and informal contribution to the life of the school. Our vision is to create a nurturing, respectful community where confident pupils can grow in faith and achieve their best. Our Aims: To provide high-quality learning experiences in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. To promote the gospel values and provide opportunities for all to develop God-given talents. To promote pupil's voices and inspire a love of learning. To promote children’s rights in a respectful, inclusive environment so all learners become active, responsible citizens. To provide pupils with fun activities and opportunities to lead their learning. At Holy Cross RC Primary School we seek to provide the highest quality learning experiences to all our pupils. Our broad curriculum is meaningful, relevant and recognizes the importance of learning through the four contexts. Pupils will have planned opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills in challenging tasks and new situations, thereby equipping them to become active citizens in an ever-changing world. We value the pupil voice highly, involving children in discussions about their learning and seeking their views about the life of the school. Our curriculum is grounded in our commitment to securing children’s rights and wellbeing. As a Catholic school, we are a community of faith-promoting Gospel values through celebration and worship, and through service to the common good. In delivering the curriculum, we recognize the importance of all our partners in providing opportunities for learners to develop skills for learning, life, and work. All teaching staff discussed advice from Education Scotland on Achievement of a level. An audit was carried out of current moderation practices within the school. A common planning format was agreed for Maths and Numeracy, and whole-school writing. A whole-school analysis of attainment for session 2015/16 was conducted, and areas for improvement, especially in numeracy, were discussed. Staff also met regularly to moderate standards of writing and to plan collegiately. Our Nursery offered flexible patterns of attendance. E-Journals were used by all Nursery children. We will use the Education Scotland Benchmarks to help us assess how much progress we make with our learning, and create more opportunities for family learning. We will use Pupil Equity Funding to help ensure ALL pupils learn well at school and make good progress, targeting this at Nurture and in Literacy and Numeracy. We will continue our work towards Level 2 Accreditation as a Rights Respecting School and in Building Resilience. We will further develop links with our local community and parents, develop our digital literacy skills, learn about creativity and improve our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) skills.
  5. Throughout the session, various activities, events, and the meeting will be arranged to involve parents and the community in the life of the school. The process of education starts long before children come to school. It is continuous and parental involvement in education is crucial. Should you wish to discuss your child’s progress or have any other concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the school immediately. A member of the management team will attend to your query/concern as soon as possible, certainly within the day, and if necessary a follow-up appointment will be made. We must work together for the good of all our children and at Holy Cross partnership between parents and staff is at the center of all our thinking. All the staff at Holy Cross will work together to give your child the very best possible educational experience. We want them to do well, to be safe and happy. Our vision - Within the community of Holy Cross Primary we are engaged in the pursuit of excellent attainment and achievement for all our pupils. At the heart of our shared vision will be the provision of the highest quality of teaching and learning, the promotion of health and wellbeing, and the care and welfare of all learners. The four capacities from Curriculum for Excellence underpin this vision. This provision will take place within an inclusive, nurturing, Catholic ethos where positive attitudes to diversity will continue to thrive. The fulfillment of our vision will be facilitated by partnerships with parents, Holy Cross Church, local and wider communities, and other agencies. Our values - These constitute our school’s moral purpose and that which matters to us as a community of learners. The Charter for Scotland’s Catholic Schools inclusive of the promotion of gospel values, Our school motto Curamus which encompasses self-respect and respect for each other, Genuine children’s voice in the life and work of the school whereby their rights are taken into consideration, High expectations of attainment and achievement, The highest levels of care and welfare, The highest quality learning experiences so that children achieve their fullest potential, The promotion of health and wellbeing, Partnership working. Our aims embrace the school’s vision and values and are set out to link to our School Improvement Plan priorities. Situated in Govanhill, on the south side of Glasgow, Holy Cross Primary currently caters for 589 pupils, with 20 classes covering all primary years from Primary 1 to Primary 7 on a co-educational basis. 62% of the school’s pupils are from ethnic minorities. 16% of the school’s pupils are on placing requests. The school can cater for 599 pupils (parents should note that the operational capacity of the school may vary, dependent upon the number of pupils at each stage and on the way classes are organized). The school has a three-story red sandstone building of the central well design, which was popular in the Edwardian era.
  6. At Holy Cross Catholic Primary School we take a holistic approach to education which focuses on developing the whole child with Christ at the center of all we do. Every child is welcomed and valued as a unique member of God’s family. We work together to help our children to reach their potential in the wonderful family atmosphere that is special to our school. We ensure your child will be encouraged, motivated, and guided so that they develop their natural gifts and talents whilst becoming confident, independent learners who know how to make informed decisions about the choices they make in life. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum enriched with visitors, visits, events, and activities to inspire in each child a joy for learning. Our Catholic ethos focuses on our expectations that our children are honest and respectful, care for others, and work hard to develop skills that will allow them to achieve success now and in the future. We are committed to the partnership of home, school, and Parish and through all parties working together, our children will be sure of success. Through this joint commitment, we welcome new members to our school to grow and work in the love of Christ as we live out our mission statement -A family living, loving, and learning together through the light of Christ. We will reflect Christ’s love in our lives, enabling our school family to grow in the Christian faith. We will celebrate uniqueness and respect differences. We will witness Christ’s love, sharing his message and mission. We will show forgiveness and kindness to all. Education-Aims: We will encourage a love of lifelong learning by providing a broad and balanced curriculum, setting expectations to achieve high standards. We will deliver high-quality Catholic Education that enables children to explore their own and other traditions. We will provide opportunities that enable each child to reach their full potential and celebrate their achievements. Community-Aims: We will stand beside, support, and love the families within our school community. We will work together creatively and meaningfully with our partners in the local and wider community. We will respect the diversity of cultures within the family of Holy Cross. At Holy Cross Catholic Primary School we follow in the footsteps of Jesus promoting the Gospel values to the school community: Respect - Respect for others, respect for the school building, respect for the values and beliefs of others, respect for ourselves, respect for our Catholic community, respect for other religions, countries, and cultures. Forgiveness - Following Jesus’ teachings by seeking to reconcile our differences, by saying sorry, and by forgiving others and giving opportunities to make things better. Truth - Knowing that telling the truth and being honest is always the right way. Kindness - Trying our best to show kindness to others in all that we say and do, having kind hands and kind words for everyone – even those we find it hard to get on with sometimes. Equality - Every human being is equal and valuable and loved by God. Everyone in our school is equal, unique, and special and we treat everyone fairly. Everyone is equally special regardless of their gender, religion, ethnicity, or cultural background. Our curriculum promotes respect, tolerance, and diversity. Children are encouraged to express themselves through discussions, debates, and consultations. The RE (Religious Education), PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education), Citizenship, and SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural) provision is embedded across the curriculum and underpins the ethos of our school. Children learn about all major faiths and visit places of worship wherever possible. They are also taught about how to stay safe when using the internet. We aim to provide a framework that supports our commitment to valuing diversity, tackling discrimination, promoting equality, and fostering good relationships between different groups of people. It is also intended to help tackle issues of disadvantage and underachievement of different groups. As such, we recognize that the whole school community working together, encouraging strong, positive relationships between pupils, parents help to provide the best education and life experiences for all our pupils.
  7. We are an over-subscribed one-class intake school situated on a lovely site with substantial grounds that include a large playing field, a forest area, and an additional outdoor learning area surrounded by meadow grounds. Holy Cross School is part of the St John Paul II Multi-Academy Company, along with three other equally successful local Catholic schools: St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, St Nicholas’ Catholic Primary, and Bishop Walsh Catholic Secondary School. As part of this partnership, we work together to share good practice staff expertise and to further strengthen the provision and new opportunities for our children. The life of the school is centered upon the mission statement: ‘We share in Christ’s life so He can guide our thoughts, words, and actions.’ As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on the positive ethos we create each child is recognized and respected, and his/her contribution is valued and rewarded. To support our school aims we have a strong spiritual life celebrated in prayer, liturgy, and through the weekly celebration of Mass. Our children are extremely well behaved and with the support of the close partnership between home and school, achieve high standards. School Aims: Achieve an understanding of who God wants me to be. Caring citizens. High standards in all lessons. Inspire all children to do their best at all times. Engage in a strong and trusting home, school, and parish partnership. Value the power of prayer and develop my Catholic faith. Everyone to grow closer to God and follow the Church's teaching. Respect and understand other cultures and faiths. School is a safe and caring environment. Spiritual, moral, social, vocational, and cultural (SMSVC) is an outstanding feature of life at Holy Cross Catholic Primary school. Children are provided with a wealth of opportunities to develop spiritually through inspiring child-led prayer services, outstanding collective worship, the use of high-quality prayer resources, and thought-provoking lessons. From a moral perspective, the children are encouraged to approach problems and decisions focused on 'What Jesus would do?' Lots of opportunities are provided for pupils to socialize with others from different socioeconomic, ethnic, and other religious groups so that children develop a respect for all people as children of God. Students' vocational development is catered for by dedicated mission weeks as a time to reflect on our call to serve others this encompasses all that we do here at Holy Cross Catholic Primary school. Children's cultural development is enhanced by our topic work in which we study national and international topics engaging with the cultures of people who live there. SMSVC is a central aspect for our school as 'through faith and education we seek to achieve the fullness of life for all members of our community and the world in which we live, as God's people. We are bombarded from an early age with noise, stimulus, and messages to keep busy. Jesus says, ‘Unless you become like a little child, you cannot enter into the kingdom of heaven.’ Through the teaching of Christian Meditation, Holy Cross School aims to provide our children, parents, and staff with space for stillness, and silence, and simplicity.
  8. This booklet aims to answer most of the questions you may have about how our school is organized and help you to understand more about Cross Ash Primary. As a school, we look forward to sharing this period of your child’s life with you. Every effort is made to provide a full and interesting curriculum, to prepare your child for future education and to give them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning for the rest of their lives. Our school aims to be at the heart of the community and we value the partnership we have with parents greatly. By working together and by ensuring that your child is happy in school we feel that they will reach their full potential. We hope that your association with the school is a long and happy one and we look forward to seeing you very soon. We aspire for all our children to become confident, caring individuals who achieve success and develop a love of learning. At Cross Ash, we believe that every pupil is equally important and we have high expectations of them all. Our children need to feel valued and to know that their contribution is very important. We hope our children will work hard and enjoy all aspects of life at school. Above all, we aim to provide a happy school where children reach their potential and are cared for sensitively. To enable this to happen we have established an environment in which teaching and support staff, school governors, advisory colleagues, parents, and future parents work together for the achievement of the following. Aims:- To develop a community of lifelong learners where access to knowledge and skills is a right and achievement is recognized. To develop learners who achieve their potential and become confident, independent, and resilient, well equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. To enable pupils to acquire knowledge, skills and develop practical abilities. Especially those of problem-solving, investigating, thinking skills, and effective use of language. To provide an environment that is stimulating and attractive, which reflects the values of the school and which promotes a sense of community. Physical activity, healthy lifestyles, positive attitudes, and safety awareness are promoted and pupils feel valued and secure. To work together with the local and worldwide community to gain social, cultural, moral, spiritual awareness and understanding and appreciate the world in which they live. To recognize the interdependence of individuals, groups, and nations preparing them to become well-informed, responsible, and caring citizens in the future.
  9. The school is at a very exciting time in its history as we expand to a five-form entry primary based on two sites. Due to the high demand for primary school places Upton Cross has been operating from Churston Avenue and the new Orwell Road site. Upton Cross Primary School is a co-educational primary for children aged 5-11 and nursery classes for children aged 3-4 Our teaching is stimulating and creative and encourages our children to continue their education outside of school and become lifelong learners. We want to ignite an interest in the world around them and for that interest to lead to fulfilling and imaginative lives. Learning should be fun! Whilst academic achievements are an important part of life at our school, all our children also have the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of sporting and musical opportunities, as well as regular visits and residential visits. Our pastoral care is exceptional, ensuring all children are kept safe and are supported both inside and outside school. Upton Cross Primary School is committed to enabling all pupils to achieve their best in a challenging, creative, stimulating, and supportive learning environment. As a school, we aim to … Provide a purposeful environment where every child discovers their potential and a love of learning. Equip our pupils with the ability to acquire the skills they need for the rapidly evolving world in which they live. Nurture bodies and minds so that our children are happy and safe with a real understanding of how to keep healthy. Build a community that makes connections with the larger community through the work we do, the problems we solve, and the experiences, strengths, and hopes we share. Use technology to examine the past, make sense out of today, and be part of the future. We are proud of our diverse community and are committed to eliminating all forms of discrimination and racism. We are an inclusive school and promote education for children with a range of Special Educational Needs. At Upton Cross, nearly all of our children speak English as an additional language. We have staff and children from a huge range of cultures who regularly support parents and carers in translation. The English acquisition of our children is assessed on-entry and at regular intervals throughout the school year. This allows the school to provide intervention programs for those at the earliest stages of English. Sometimes children with particular types of special educational needs can benefit from specialist help. This is given in small groups or one-to-one in the classroom or other areas of the school, depending on the needs of the child/children. Parents are fully involved in any discussion and assessment of their child’s needs. At Upton Cross Primary School we value every member of our school community as individuals and respect their rights and freedom. We believe that these values are the fundamental building blocks for our children to grow and develop as responsible adults and British citizens. children have a wide range of opportunities to work collaboratively within the class, across year groups, phases, and sites. We promote ‘Buddy Systems’ for newly arrived children and ‘Playground Friends’ who actively support other children throughout the day including break-time and lunchtimes. Upton Cross Primary School is at the heart of the local community and we encourage pupils to show care and consideration for others through charitable work and young citizenship. The school council ensures that all children can influence decision-making through democratic processes. There is a strong emphasis throughout the Personal Health and Relationship areas of study on individual rights and responsibilities including respect and valuing difference in the way people choose to live in modern British Society. At Upton Cross Primary School we value the diverse ethnic background of all pupils and families and undertake a variety of events to celebrate these. We have found this approach to be enriching for all parties as it teaches tolerance and respect for the differences in our community and the wider world. At Upton Cross Primary School we believe that, through promoting British values, our children will become responsible citizens for the future who show mutual respect and tolerance of others, value their liberty and understand the rules of law and democracy whilst demonstrating care and compassion for all. View full school
  10. Welcome to Hunts Cross Primary School. We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. School Mission Statement: "At Hunts Cross School we aim to produce model citizens who make the most of their abilities and become responsible and caring members of the community". The aims of the school: enable all children to achieve their full academic potential. Aim to enable all children to develop their wider abilities. Be an improving school, continually committed to raising standards. Be an inclusive school, providing a positive can-do approach to learning. Encourage all members of the community to care for the environment. Promote equality of opportunity for all. Do all we can to promote the spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development of the children. Ensure that all children have the tools to enable them to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle and become informed, responsible citizens. We aim to uphold our school values of: Honesty Respect Self- belief Determination Passion Teamwork Equality Excellence We develop the children’s spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development. Spiritual Development: Children are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs during collective worship. Class collective worship is planned for and based on our values. The children are taught about World Religions and Christianity is the main religion taught. Children are given opportunities to be creative through drama and arts. We have dedicated weeks throughout the school, for example, Big Arts Week, Science week. Children take part in performances at Christmas, Class assemblies, class celebrations – guitar playing for parents, School Musicals. Children are given time during lessons and around the school to reflect on their experiences. Moral Development: At the beginning of each year during PHSE lessons, children are asked to formulate their class rules. They are encouraged to think about rules throughout the world, the law, differences between rules, rules at home, and rules in school. The school encourages visitors from different agencies. The Police regularly visit the school and talk about different topics including Cybersafety and rules, Firework safety and code, Anti Bullying messages. Smoke-free sports – have worked with children in Y5 and Y6 on staying away from smoking, Railway Network – rules on the railway. Children are in teams based on Olympians. The children are rewarded with raffle tickets for good behavior and effort. Social Development: Children are given opportunities to develop their social skills through a range of situations including. Sports competitions against other schools. PGL – outward bound activity weekend. Enterprise – Enviropool, Y6 Enterprise competitions (School won most creative award 2014). Children raised money for Children in Need. Cultural Development: Children learn about a range of cultures for example – Christmas around the world Assembly for parents, Kenya day in EYFS, Cultural Assemblies – children are given opportunities to taste food from different cultures, food from around the world – School menus (World Cup theme) Brazil week. Children are given opportunities to attend competitions for a range of Sports – Football, tennis, cricket, water polo, swimming, new age curling, mat ball, cross country, indoor athletics. Children are involved in a range of art competitions – RSPCA animal art, Morris Homes – Homes of the future, Postage stamp designs, healthy menus.
  11. Welcome to Hunts Cross Primary School. We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. School Mission Statement: "At Hunts Cross School we aim to produce model citizens who make the most of their abilities and become responsible and caring members of the community". The aims of the school: enable all children to achieve their full academic potential. Aim to enable all children to develop their wider abilities. Be an improving school, continually committed to raising standards. Be an inclusive school, providing a positive can-do approach to learning. Encourage all members of the community to care for the environment. Promote equality of opportunity for all. Do all we can to promote the spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development of the children. Ensure that all children have the tools to enable them to develop and maintain a healthy lifestyle and become informed, responsible citizens. We aim to uphold our school values of: Honesty Respect Self- belief Determination Passion Teamwork Equality Excellence We develop the children’s spiritual, moral, social, and cultural development. Spiritual Development: Children are encouraged to reflect on their own beliefs during collective worship. Class collective worship is planned for and based on our values. The children are taught about World Religions and Christianity is the main religion taught. Children are given opportunities to be creative through drama and arts. We have dedicated weeks throughout the school, for example, Big Arts Week, Science week. Children take part in performances at Christmas, Class assemblies, class celebrations – guitar playing for parents, School Musicals. Children are given time during lessons and around the school to reflect on their experiences. Moral Development: At the beginning of each year during PHSE lessons, children are asked to formulate their class rules. They are encouraged to think about rules throughout the world, the law, differences between rules, rules at home, and rules in school. The school encourages visitors from different agencies. The Police regularly visit the school and talk about different topics including Cybersafety and rules, Firework safety and code, Anti Bullying messages. Smoke-free sports – have worked with children in Y5 and Y6 on staying away from smoking, Railway Network – rules on the railway. Children are in teams based on Olympians. The children are rewarded with raffle tickets for good behavior and effort. Social Development: Children are given opportunities to develop their social skills through a range of situations including. Sports competitions against other schools. PGL – outward bound activity weekend. Enterprise – Enviropool, Y6 Enterprise competitions (School won most creative award 2014). Children raised money for Children in Need. Cultural Development: Children learn about a range of cultures for example – Christmas around the world Assembly for parents, Kenya day in EYFS, Cultural Assemblies – children are given opportunities to taste food from different cultures, food from around the world – School menus (World Cup theme) Brazil week. Children are given opportunities to attend competitions for a range of Sports – Football, tennis, cricket, water polo, swimming, new age curling, mat ball, cross country, indoor athletics. Children are involved in a range of art competitions – RSPCA animal art, Morris Homes – Homes of the future, Postage stamp designs, healthy menus. View full school
  12. Holy Cross RC Primary School is situated in the North of Edinburgh. As a denominational school, our catchment area is widespread. The school attracts children from out with the catchment area as well as several other children of other or no denomination and children from a range of ethnic backgrounds. We are pleased to welcome all of our 350 pupils and we celebrate the diversity of their backgrounds. There are 13 primary classes, a nursery morning and afternoon class. Currently, the school has a Head Teacher, a Depute Head Teacher, and a Principal Teacher. Specialist teaching is provided in Support for Learning and Physical Education. There is violin instruction for some P4 – P7 pupils. Pupils are also well supported by the school’s team of Pupil Support Assistants. EAL (English as an Additional Language) teachers provide support to pupils who require it. The school has a Parent Council and a PTA, both of which are actively supportive of the school and make a vast formal and informal contribution to the life of the school. Our vision is to create a nurturing, respectful community where confident pupils can grow in faith and achieve their best. Our Aims: To provide high-quality learning experiences in a safe, healthy, and nurturing environment. To promote the gospel values and provide opportunities for all to develop God-given talents. To promote pupil's voices and inspire a love of learning. To promote children’s rights in a respectful, inclusive environment so all learners become active, responsible citizens. To provide pupils with fun activities and opportunities to lead their learning. At Holy Cross RC Primary School we seek to provide the highest quality learning experiences to all our pupils. Our broad curriculum is meaningful, relevant and recognizes the importance of learning through the four contexts. Pupils will have planned opportunities to apply their knowledge and skills in challenging tasks and new situations, thereby equipping them to become active citizens in an ever-changing world. We value the pupil voice highly, involving children in discussions about their learning and seeking their views about the life of the school. Our curriculum is grounded in our commitment to securing children’s rights and wellbeing. As a Catholic school, we are a community of faith-promoting Gospel values through celebration and worship, and through service to the common good. In delivering the curriculum, we recognize the importance of all our partners in providing opportunities for learners to develop skills for learning, life, and work. All teaching staff discussed advice from Education Scotland on Achievement of a level. An audit was carried out of current moderation practices within the school. A common planning format was agreed for Maths and Numeracy, and whole-school writing. A whole-school analysis of attainment for session 2015/16 was conducted, and areas for improvement, especially in numeracy, were discussed. Staff also met regularly to moderate standards of writing and to plan collegiately. Our Nursery offered flexible patterns of attendance. E-Journals were used by all Nursery children. We will use the Education Scotland Benchmarks to help us assess how much progress we make with our learning, and create more opportunities for family learning. We will use Pupil Equity Funding to help ensure ALL pupils learn well at school and make good progress, targeting this at Nurture and in Literacy and Numeracy. We will continue our work towards Level 2 Accreditation as a Rights Respecting School and in Building Resilience. We will further develop links with our local community and parents, develop our digital literacy skills, learn about creativity and improve our STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths) skills. View full school
  13. Throughout the session, various activities, events, and the meeting will be arranged to involve parents and the community in the life of the school. The process of education starts long before children come to school. It is continuous and parental involvement in education is crucial. Should you wish to discuss your child’s progress or have any other concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the school immediately. A member of the management team will attend to your query/concern as soon as possible, certainly within the day, and if necessary a follow-up appointment will be made. We must work together for the good of all our children and at Holy Cross partnership between parents and staff is at the center of all our thinking. All the staff at Holy Cross will work together to give your child the very best possible educational experience. We want them to do well, to be safe and happy. Our vision - Within the community of Holy Cross Primary we are engaged in the pursuit of excellent attainment and achievement for all our pupils. At the heart of our shared vision will be the provision of the highest quality of teaching and learning, the promotion of health and wellbeing, and the care and welfare of all learners. The four capacities from Curriculum for Excellence underpin this vision. This provision will take place within an inclusive, nurturing, Catholic ethos where positive attitudes to diversity will continue to thrive. The fulfillment of our vision will be facilitated by partnerships with parents, Holy Cross Church, local and wider communities, and other agencies. Our values - These constitute our school’s moral purpose and that which matters to us as a community of learners. The Charter for Scotland’s Catholic Schools inclusive of the promotion of gospel values, Our school motto Curamus which encompasses self-respect and respect for each other, Genuine children’s voice in the life and work of the school whereby their rights are taken into consideration, High expectations of attainment and achievement, The highest levels of care and welfare, The highest quality learning experiences so that children achieve their fullest potential, The promotion of health and wellbeing, Partnership working. Our aims embrace the school’s vision and values and are set out to link to our School Improvement Plan priorities. Situated in Govanhill, on the south side of Glasgow, Holy Cross Primary currently caters for 589 pupils, with 20 classes covering all primary years from Primary 1 to Primary 7 on a co-educational basis. 62% of the school’s pupils are from ethnic minorities. 16% of the school’s pupils are on placing requests. The school can cater for 599 pupils (parents should note that the operational capacity of the school may vary, dependent upon the number of pupils at each stage and on the way classes are organized). The school has a three-story red sandstone building of the central well design, which was popular in the Edwardian era. View full school
  14. At Holy Cross Catholic Primary School we take a holistic approach to education which focuses on developing the whole child with Christ at the center of all we do. Every child is welcomed and valued as a unique member of God’s family. We work together to help our children to reach their potential in the wonderful family atmosphere that is special to our school. We ensure your child will be encouraged, motivated, and guided so that they develop their natural gifts and talents whilst becoming confident, independent learners who know how to make informed decisions about the choices they make in life. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum enriched with visitors, visits, events, and activities to inspire in each child a joy for learning. Our Catholic ethos focuses on our expectations that our children are honest and respectful, care for others, and work hard to develop skills that will allow them to achieve success now and in the future. We are committed to the partnership of home, school, and Parish and through all parties working together, our children will be sure of success. Through this joint commitment, we welcome new members to our school to grow and work in the love of Christ as we live out our mission statement -A family living, loving, and learning together through the light of Christ. We will reflect Christ’s love in our lives, enabling our school family to grow in the Christian faith. We will celebrate uniqueness and respect differences. We will witness Christ’s love, sharing his message and mission. We will show forgiveness and kindness to all. Education-Aims: We will encourage a love of lifelong learning by providing a broad and balanced curriculum, setting expectations to achieve high standards. We will deliver high-quality Catholic Education that enables children to explore their own and other traditions. We will provide opportunities that enable each child to reach their full potential and celebrate their achievements. Community-Aims: We will stand beside, support, and love the families within our school community. We will work together creatively and meaningfully with our partners in the local and wider community. We will respect the diversity of cultures within the family of Holy Cross. At Holy Cross Catholic Primary School we follow in the footsteps of Jesus promoting the Gospel values to the school community: Respect - Respect for others, respect for the school building, respect for the values and beliefs of others, respect for ourselves, respect for our Catholic community, respect for other religions, countries, and cultures. Forgiveness - Following Jesus’ teachings by seeking to reconcile our differences, by saying sorry, and by forgiving others and giving opportunities to make things better. Truth - Knowing that telling the truth and being honest is always the right way. Kindness - Trying our best to show kindness to others in all that we say and do, having kind hands and kind words for everyone – even those we find it hard to get on with sometimes. Equality - Every human being is equal and valuable and loved by God. Everyone in our school is equal, unique, and special and we treat everyone fairly. Everyone is equally special regardless of their gender, religion, ethnicity, or cultural background. Our curriculum promotes respect, tolerance, and diversity. Children are encouraged to express themselves through discussions, debates, and consultations. The RE (Religious Education), PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education), Citizenship, and SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural) provision is embedded across the curriculum and underpins the ethos of our school. Children learn about all major faiths and visit places of worship wherever possible. They are also taught about how to stay safe when using the internet. We aim to provide a framework that supports our commitment to valuing diversity, tackling discrimination, promoting equality, and fostering good relationships between different groups of people. It is also intended to help tackle issues of disadvantage and underachievement of different groups. As such, we recognize that the whole school community working together, encouraging strong, positive relationships between pupils, parents help to provide the best education and life experiences for all our pupils. View full school
  15. We are an over-subscribed one-class intake school situated on a lovely site with substantial grounds that include a large playing field, a forest area, and an additional outdoor learning area surrounded by meadow grounds. Holy Cross School is part of the St John Paul II Multi-Academy Company, along with three other equally successful local Catholic schools: St Joseph’s Catholic Primary, St Nicholas’ Catholic Primary, and Bishop Walsh Catholic Secondary School. As part of this partnership, we work together to share good practice staff expertise and to further strengthen the provision and new opportunities for our children. The life of the school is centered upon the mission statement: ‘We share in Christ’s life so He can guide our thoughts, words, and actions.’ As a Catholic school, we pride ourselves on the positive ethos we create each child is recognized and respected, and his/her contribution is valued and rewarded. To support our school aims we have a strong spiritual life celebrated in prayer, liturgy, and through the weekly celebration of Mass. Our children are extremely well behaved and with the support of the close partnership between home and school, achieve high standards. School Aims: Achieve an understanding of who God wants me to be. Caring citizens. High standards in all lessons. Inspire all children to do their best at all times. Engage in a strong and trusting home, school, and parish partnership. Value the power of prayer and develop my Catholic faith. Everyone to grow closer to God and follow the Church's teaching. Respect and understand other cultures and faiths. School is a safe and caring environment. Spiritual, moral, social, vocational, and cultural (SMSVC) is an outstanding feature of life at Holy Cross Catholic Primary school. Children are provided with a wealth of opportunities to develop spiritually through inspiring child-led prayer services, outstanding collective worship, the use of high-quality prayer resources, and thought-provoking lessons. From a moral perspective, the children are encouraged to approach problems and decisions focused on 'What Jesus would do?' Lots of opportunities are provided for pupils to socialize with others from different socioeconomic, ethnic, and other religious groups so that children develop a respect for all people as children of God. Students' vocational development is catered for by dedicated mission weeks as a time to reflect on our call to serve others this encompasses all that we do here at Holy Cross Catholic Primary school. Children's cultural development is enhanced by our topic work in which we study national and international topics engaging with the cultures of people who live there. SMSVC is a central aspect for our school as 'through faith and education we seek to achieve the fullness of life for all members of our community and the world in which we live, as God's people. We are bombarded from an early age with noise, stimulus, and messages to keep busy. Jesus says, ‘Unless you become like a little child, you cannot enter into the kingdom of heaven.’ Through the teaching of Christian Meditation, Holy Cross School aims to provide our children, parents, and staff with space for stillness, and silence, and simplicity. View full school
  16. Holy Cross Catholic Primary School children are taught to live out the teachings of Jesus Christ. They learn to work independently, to share, and respect each other’s needs as they work alongside their peers. They are nurtured throughout their years here with the Gospel values of love, faith, justice, peace, and hope. We aim to instill in our children the importance of community so they are respectful and appreciative of those around them Holy Cross School was opened in January 1975 to serve the Parish of Holy Cross. It is a very well maintained building situated between Sangley Road and Calverley Road in Catford. We have an open and friendly atmosphere within the School and parents are encouraged to become active in the life of the School through being a member of the PTA, a volunteer helper, or just a familiar face to greet each day. We are a popular, oversubscribed, Catholic School committed to helping the children in our care achieve their true potential. We strive for excellence in all we do. The children, their families, and our parishioners work hard to create a wonderful, supportive and thriving community in the heart of South East London. We offer a caring environment for all our children from Nursery to Year 6 where each child is nurtured, cherished, and valued. Our Ofsted inspection reported that “This is an outstanding school” “Pupils are excited about learning” (December 2016). Our RE inspection reported that “Holy Cross School is at the heart of the local community and is outstanding at providing Catholic education” (November 2016) Our pupils achieve exceptionally well throughout the School. Our successes, however, go far beyond test results. Our children are confident and happy. They are encouraged to challenge themselves, to develop their skills and talents to be the very best they can. We celebrate every success and support every need. The children of Holy Cross are children you can be proud of. Our Mission Statement: May God’s love shine in our lives as we care and share and learn together. Holy Cross School is very well supported by the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). The PTA is very active, organizing many social and fund-raising functions throughout the year, for both parents/carers and the children. Parents of children in the nursery and school automatically become members. Members of the committee are elected each year but the P.T.A. welcomes all-volunteer help especially at the time of its biggest fundraising event, the annual International Evening.
  17. Holy Cross Catholic Primary School children are taught to live out the teachings of Jesus Christ. They learn to work independently, to share, and respect each other’s needs as they work alongside their peers. They are nurtured throughout their years here with the Gospel values of love, faith, justice, peace, and hope. We aim to instill in our children the importance of community so they are respectful and appreciative of those around them Holy Cross School was opened in January 1975 to serve the Parish of Holy Cross. It is a very well maintained building situated between Sangley Road and Calverley Road in Catford. We have an open and friendly atmosphere within the School and parents are encouraged to become active in the life of the School through being a member of the PTA, a volunteer helper, or just a familiar face to greet each day. We are a popular, oversubscribed, Catholic School committed to helping the children in our care achieve their true potential. We strive for excellence in all we do. The children, their families, and our parishioners work hard to create a wonderful, supportive and thriving community in the heart of South East London. We offer a caring environment for all our children from Nursery to Year 6 where each child is nurtured, cherished, and valued. Our Ofsted inspection reported that “This is an outstanding school” “Pupils are excited about learning” (December 2016). Our RE inspection reported that “Holy Cross School is at the heart of the local community and is outstanding at providing Catholic education” (November 2016) Our pupils achieve exceptionally well throughout the School. Our successes, however, go far beyond test results. Our children are confident and happy. They are encouraged to challenge themselves, to develop their skills and talents to be the very best they can. We celebrate every success and support every need. The children of Holy Cross are children you can be proud of. Our Mission Statement: May God’s love shine in our lives as we care and share and learn together. Holy Cross School is very well supported by the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA). The PTA is very active, organizing many social and fund-raising functions throughout the year, for both parents/carers and the children. Parents of children in the nursery and school automatically become members. Members of the committee are elected each year but the P.T.A. welcomes all-volunteer help especially at the time of its biggest fundraising event, the annual International Evening. View full school
  18. This booklet aims to answer most of the questions you may have about how our school is organized and help you to understand more about Cross Ash Primary. As a school, we look forward to sharing this period of your child’s life with you. Every effort is made to provide a full and interesting curriculum, to prepare your child for future education and to give them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning for the rest of their lives. Our school aims to be at the heart of the community and we value the partnership we have with parents greatly. By working together and by ensuring that your child is happy in school we feel that they will reach their full potential. We hope that your association with the school is a long and happy one and we look forward to seeing you very soon. We aspire for all our children to become confident, caring individuals who achieve success and develop a love of learning. At Cross Ash, we believe that every pupil is equally important and we have high expectations of them all. Our children need to feel valued and to know that their contribution is very important. We hope our children will work hard and enjoy all aspects of life at school. Above all, we aim to provide a happy school where children reach their potential and are cared for sensitively. To enable this to happen we have established an environment in which teaching and support staff, school governors, advisory colleagues, parents, and future parents work together for the achievement of the following. Aims:- To develop a community of lifelong learners where access to knowledge and skills is a right and achievement is recognized. To develop learners who achieve their potential and become confident, independent, and resilient, well equipped to meet the challenges of the 21st Century. To enable pupils to acquire knowledge, skills and develop practical abilities. Especially those of problem-solving, investigating, thinking skills, and effective use of language. To provide an environment that is stimulating and attractive, which reflects the values of the school and which promotes a sense of community. Physical activity, healthy lifestyles, positive attitudes, and safety awareness are promoted and pupils feel valued and secure. To work together with the local and worldwide community to gain social, cultural, moral, spiritual awareness and understanding and appreciate the world in which they live. To recognize the interdependence of individuals, groups, and nations preparing them to become well-informed, responsible, and caring citizens in the future. View full school
  19. Notre Dame Holy Cross High School was founded in the year 1992. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2030035, 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 West Tripura district of Tripura and is currently being managed by the Holy Cross Educational Foundation, Tripura. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mr.Agi Paul, with a total of 36 staff members. There are a total of 35 rooms, 1 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Teliamura and it is 3 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 Teliamura Distance in KM 3 Nearest Police Station TeliamuraTeliamura Distance in KM 7 Nearest Nationalised Bank Teliamura Distance in KM 7 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student XII 0 0 Nursery/KG/LKG 02 082 I 02 076 II 02 083 III 02 079 IV 02 082 V 02 080 VI 02 084 VII 02 080 VIII 02 075 IX 02 064 X 01 042 XI 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.) 35 1 1 3 2 30 20881 650 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 15 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 25 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 25 40 Other Rooms 5 20 21 Composite Science Lab 1 25 40 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 21 19 22.5 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 6 5 1 TGTs 14 14 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 10 10 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 20881.779024 (in Acres.) 5.16 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 3252 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 8118 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 15 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 15 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 3500 Periodicals 8 Dailies 5 Reference Books 1500 Magazine 8 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes
  20. Notre Dame Holy Cross High School was founded in the year 1992. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 2030035, 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 West Tripura district of Tripura and is currently being managed by the Holy Cross Educational Foundation, Tripura. It is presently under the principal -administration of Mr.Agi Paul, with a total of 36 staff members. There are a total of 35 rooms, 1 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is Teliamura and it is 3 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 Teliamura Distance in KM 3 Nearest Police Station TeliamuraTeliamura Distance in KM 7 Nearest Nationalised Bank Teliamura Distance in KM 7 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student XII 0 0 Nursery/KG/LKG 02 082 I 02 076 II 02 083 III 02 079 IV 02 082 V 02 080 VI 02 084 VII 02 080 VIII 02 075 IX 02 064 X 01 042 XI 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.) 35 1 1 3 2 30 20881 650 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Maths Lab 1 15 20 Computer Science Lab 1 24 25 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 25 40 Other Rooms 5 20 21 Composite Science Lab 1 25 40 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 21 19 22.5 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 3 3 0 PRTs 6 5 1 TGTs 14 14 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 1 1 0 PGTs 10 10 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 20881.779024 (in Acres.) 5.16 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 3252 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 8118 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals dry No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 15 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 15 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 3500 Periodicals 8 Dailies 5 Reference Books 1500 Magazine 8 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium No Music Rooms Yes Hostel Yes Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  21. Holy Faith Bal Red Cross School was established in the year 1996. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1030982, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2022. It is located in the Harda district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Way Of Salvation, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS. NISHA JACOB, with a total of 32 staff members. There are a total of 28 rooms, 1 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is HARDA and it is 3 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 HARDA Distance in KM 3 Nearest Police Station HARDAHARDA Distance in KM 3 Nearest Nationalised Bank CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Distance in KM 1.5 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 0 0 I 2 79 II 2 78 III 2 77 IV 2 78 V 2 79 VI 2 78 VII 2 77 VIII 2 76 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.) 28 1 1 1 2 25 8093 6224 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Maths Lab 0 0 0 Composite Science Lab 1 24.4 22.2 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 20 24.4 22.2 Computer Science Lab 1 24.4 22.2 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 24.37 25.02 Other Rooms 2 25 12 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 18 18 0 TGTs 10 10 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 2 2 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 8093.7128 (in Acres.) 2 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2062.44 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 5838 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 20 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 20 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 3015 Periodicals 10 Dailies 7 Reference Books 105 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes
  22. Holy Faith Bal Red Cross School was established in the year 1996. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 1030982, with classes Nursery/KG/LKG, I to XII, and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2022. It is located in the Harda district of Madhya Pradesh and is currently being managed by the Way Of Salvation, Madhya Pradesh. It is presently under the principal -administration of MRS. NISHA JACOB, with a total of 32 staff members. There are a total of 28 rooms, 1 Labs, and 1 Library present in the school. The nearest railway station is HARDA and it is 3 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 HARDA Distance in KM 3 Nearest Police Station HARDAHARDA Distance in KM 3 Nearest Nationalised Bank CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA Distance in KM 1.5 ENROLLMENT OF THE STUDENTS Class No. of Section No. of Student Nursery/KG/LKG 0 0 I 2 79 II 2 78 III 2 77 IV 2 78 V 2 79 VI 2 78 VII 2 77 VIII 2 76 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.) 28 1 1 1 2 25 8093 6224 Labs and Rooms Details Room Number Size Length (in Ft.) Breadth (in Ft.) Maths Lab 0 0 0 Composite Science Lab 1 24.4 22.2 Physics Lab 0 0 0 Chemistry Lab 0 0 0 Biology Lab 0 0 0 Class Room 20 24.4 22.2 Computer Science Lab 1 24.4 22.2 Home Science Lab 0 0 0 Library 1 24.37 25.02 Other Rooms 2 25 12 Bio-Tech Lab 0 0 0 PARTICULARS OF TEACHING STAFF Staff Number Trained Untrained NTTs 0 0 0 PRTs 18 18 0 TGTs 10 10 0 Librarian 1 1 0 PTI 2 2 0 PGTs 0 0 0 *Vice Principal/Supervisor/Head Master/ Head Mistres 1 1 0 Physical Size Area of Campus (in sq. Mtrs.) 8093.7128 (in Acres.) 2 Built up Area in (in sq. Mtrs.) 2062.44 Whether the School at one site or two site NO Area of Playground (in sq. Mtrs.) 5838 SANITARY CONDITIONS Type of W.C and Urinals flush No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Boys 20 No. of Urinals/Lavatories Separately for Girls 20 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 3015 Periodicals 10 Dailies 7 Reference Books 105 Magazine 10 SPORTS & GAMES Swimming Pool No Indoor Games Yes Dance Rooms Yes Gymnasium Yes Music Rooms Yes Hostel No Health and Medical Check up Yes View full school
  23. Holy Cross Vocational Training Institute was established in the year 1980. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 3430035 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand and is currently being managed by the Holy Cross Sisters Hazaribag, Jharkhand. It is presently under the principal -administration of SISTER Stella Mary. There are a total of 5 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.) 5 5 1 0 4 1 134164 32640
  24. Holy Cross Vocational Training Institute was established in the year 1980. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 3430035 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It lies in the Hazaribagh district of Jharkhand and is currently being managed by the Holy Cross Sisters Hazaribag, Jharkhand. It is presently under the principal -administration of SISTER Stella Mary. There are a total of 5 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.) 5 5 1 0 4 1 134164 32640 View full school
  25. Holy Cross Vidya Sadan was founded in the year 2003. It is an English medium Co-educational Independent school affiliated to CBSE with affiliation number 930548 and has a General affiliation which is valid up to 31/3/2021. It is located in the Kottayam district of Kerala and is currently being managed by the Holy Cross Edu & Chari Trust, Kerala. It is presently under the principal -administration of RANI JOSEPH. There are a total of 36 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.) 36 5 1 1 24 3 8093 200
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