Sr.Kg-June & July 2016

Dear Parents,

In order to ensure holistic development of the child, it is essential that the school and parents continuously collaborate with each other. Therefore, we invite you to take a peek into the educational world of your child.

Once you are aware of your child’s learning schedule, you can assist and monitor your child’s overall development through positive reinforcement and encouragement.

Every month, we shall offer a new theme that introduces your child to different aspects of one’s environment. Various concepts in language, math, art and craft will be taught each month via a variety of engaging activities. Ipod applications and audio visuals will strengthen the learning of each concept.

A Sneak Peek:

Theme for the month: All about me and my country

Through this theme your child will learn about one’s surroundings which include the school, its neighbourhood, the city, the country and its neighbours.


A revision of previous year’s work will be undertaken. Phonic books will reinforce the concepts learnt.

By reading story books and making your home a print rich space, you will improve your child’s ability to master new learning.

Do reinforce the use of the golden words – please, thank you and sorry.


The child will be introduced to numerals, concepts of colour and size.

Dates to Remember:





Being Indian

Students to come dressed in traditional Indian attire and bring one food item representing any community and say a few sentences related to the state, tradition and any other interesting information of the community


Box Puppet of tiger

Students to bring one empty hard bound soap box.


Portfolio Activity

Students to bring one 4”x6” portrait photo of themselves and 4 passport size photographs


Yellow Day

Students to wear yellow coloured clothes and carry a well labelled yellow object for the Show and Tell activity.


Eid-ul-fitr Celebration

Students to come dressed in traditional attire.

A hard copy of the Rhymes for the month will be given to your child in class.

At Home You Can:

Give examples of Indian culture because children learn through examples. Take the child to important landmarks in the city such as the Gateway of India, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus station, the Prince of Wales and the Bhau Daji Lad museum, the Kanheri caves and the Sanjay Gandhi national park. Show them the better side of everything in such a way that they build lifelong bonds. As emotional bonds help a lot in developing any habit in kids, read out stories that promote Indian values and culture to help them to love and respect our rich Indian culture. You could introduce the dress and the cuisine of different states to your child.

Looking forward to an exciting month of exploration and learning.


Our Best,

Authorised Personnel