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AGE CRITERIA FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-21
GRADE

AGE

DATE AS ON

Nursery

3 Years +

31st March, 2020

L.K.G.

4 Years +

31st March, 2020

U.K.G.

5 Years +

31st March, 2020

Class I

6 Years +

31st March, 2020

For admission in Grade II or above, the student must have studied in Grade I or above respectively in a recognized school in the previous academic year.

SCHOOL TIMINGS
GRADE TIMING
Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G.

7:55 am to 11:10 am

Class I and II

7:55 am to 12:45 pm

Class III to V

7:55 am to 1:25 pm

Class VI to X

7:55 am to 2 pm

Kindly note that classes of all grades are conducted from Monday to Friday.

CONTACT INFORMATION

SCHOOL ADDRESS
Paschim Bazar, Nalhati
Dist - Birbhum
West Bengal
PIN - 731243

(+91) 89063 24877
(+91) 76050 10991

[email protected]

southendschoolnalhati.org



APPLY FOR JOB

South End School does not compromise on getting the service of eligible candidates as Asst. Teacher having the attributes as follows :

  1. Proficiency in spoken English and IT skills
  2. Strong work ethic
  3. Willingness to learn
  4. Self-motivation
  5. Benignant qualities of being student mentors
  6. Good personality
  7. Professional Attitude
  8. Adaptability

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD JOB APPLICATION FORM

HOW TO APPLY

  1. Download the job application form.
  2. Fill in the form with necessary details.
  3. Attach a covering letter, an updated CV and photocopy of all documents of academic qualification with the filled-in job application form.
  4. Submit at the school office OR the softcopy of the aforementioned documents can be mailed to us through the E-mail ID [email protected].

VACANCIES FOR THE POST OF ASST. TEACHERS

POST NO. OF VACANCIES REQUIRED QUALIFICATION
PGT-English 0 M.A. (English), B.Ed.
PGT-Mathematics 0 M.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Ed.
PGT-Physics 0 M.Sc. (Physics), B.Ed.
PGT-Chemistry 0 M.Sc. (Chemistry), B.Ed.
PGT-Biology 0 M.Sc. (Biology), B.Ed.
PGT-History 0 M.A. (History), B.Ed.
PGT-Geography 0 M.A. (Geography), B.Ed.
PGT-Computer Science 0 B.E/ B. Tech in Computer Science/ Information Technology
OR
MCA/M.Sc. in Computer Science/ Information Technology.
PGT-Bengali 0 M.A. (Bengali), B.Ed.
PGT-Hindi 0 M.A. (Hindi), B.Ed.

N.B. – Candidates without any professional training are not eligible.

ADMISSION FORM



TRANSPORT


South End School is determined to provide the facility of School Bus along pre-designated routes to carry the students from rural areas. We also provide school vans to carry students who live in Nalhati or Nalhati associated areas.

TEACHING STAFF ROOM

Also known as Faculty Lounge, the teaching staff room is an important room for the educators. It is architected following significant interior protocols so that the teachers can plan their lessons appropriately, consult educational issues with their colleagues, check assignments of the students, relax before or after class, eat in the recess hour, grab a coffee etc. It is a colleague-friendly faculty lounge.

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MISSION & VISION
MISSION VISION

South End School is determined to provide high-quality education, a holistic student-centric environment to its pupils for multifaceted development where children are given equity to bring forth their abilities and are encouraged as well as empowered to channelize their potential in the pursuit of distinction.

Our mission is to educate our students to realize, contribute to and succeed in a rapidly changing society.

Our vision is to encourage our students in developing both practical and theoretical knowledge that will enable them to better understand the World and inspire them to be compassionate, responsible and innovative citizens committed to contribute for the sake of our nation.

ABOUT THE SCHOOL
   

Welcome to South End School, an academic institution that has redefined education in the heart of the town at Nalhati.

Hon’ble Justice Nure Alam Chowdhury to propagate his vision for English Medium Education established South End School in the year 2010 at Nalhati in the district of Birbhum. The school started with 65 students and won the trust of parents significantly by continuous hard work with dedication. Our institution has at present 800 students and is affiliated to the COUNCIL FOR THE INDIAN SCHOOL CERIFICATE EXAMINATION (ICSE), New Delhi. South End School is run by ‘People’s Social Service Society’, a charitable organization.

 
   
HOUSE SYSTEM

All students from class I to IX of South End School are divided into four houses namely
Phoenix, Wyvern, Pegasus and Griffin.

HOUSE NAME

SIGNIFICANCE

It symbolizes OBSTINACY. It edifies the students to develop a never-give-up attitude to achieve their ambitions.

It symbolizes ATHLETICISM. It inculcates the students to be physically strong and fit and build a sense of discipline, etiquettes, competitiveness, friendship and spirit.

It symbolizes FREEDOM. It enlightens the students to work with liberty and leads themselves towards their goals.

It symbolizes BRAVERY. It motivates the students to be determined to face new challenges with utmost valour and conquer those in strenuous situations of life.



INTER-HOUSE COMPETITIONS

School level competitions are about more than just participation and winning prizes. They can play a major role in unleashing natural talents of the students beyond academics. The objective of these competitions is to provide the students with platforms to exhibit their creative abilities that can have a life-changing effect.

INTER-HOUSE DRAWING COMPETITION

Scheduled in : May
Participation allowed : Grade I to V

Drawing competition increases imagination which is a key part of a child's growth. It helps to develop the right attitude towards a career as an artist.


INTER-HOUSE ELOCUTION COMPETITION

Scheduled in : June
Participation allowed : Grade I to VII

Elocution is defined as the skill of expressing speech, with distinct pronunciation and articulation. This competition is held class wise and the students are allotted with a topic to deliver a speech. It guides the pupils to better communication skills, build a rich vocabulary and more importantly promote a way of gaining confidence and speaking that expresses identity and aspiration.


INTER-HOUSE EXTEMPORE COMPETITION

Scheduled in : June
Participation allowed : Grade VII to X

An Extempore speech is one that is prepared and delivered on spot. This competition is held class wise where the students are allotted with a topic to deliver a speech. It enables the students to think out of the box, guides to address and analyse the issue instantaneously which develops a better communication skill and the technique of time management.


INTER-HOUSE QUIZ COMPETITION

Scheduled in : July
Participation allowed : Grade III to X

This competition is carried out by dividing the students equally into 4 teams according to their house tag. Now-a-days quizzes are interactive platforms where students are not participating to emerge victorious but to acquire the skill of aptitude at an appropriate time. Since questions are base out-of-syllabus and require critical thinking, students get into the habit of innovative learning from an early age. Since it is a team-competition, it gives them an opportunity to hone their team-work spirit and skills.


RHYMES COMPETITION

Scheduled in : August
Participation allowed : Nursery to U.K.G.

Rhyming teaches children to understand how language works. It helps them identify and work with the sounds within words. Their rhythm and repetition makes them easy to commit to memory, and memory skills play a large part in learning to read.


INTER-HOUSE SONG & DANCE COMPETITION

Scheduled in : September
Participation allowed : Grade I to X

These competitions are great for the development and stimulate connections in the growing brain, allows kids to express themselves which can be effective in their future.


INTER-HOUSE CRICKET COMPETITION (Only Boys)

Scheduled in : October
Participation allowed : Grade V to X

This competition is carried out among 4 teams consisting of only boys. The teams are formed according the house tag of the students. Cricket is the most popular sport in India. It helps the students to acquire physical fitness, endurance, balance and stamina as well as improve hand-eye co-ordination. Cricket also develops team-spirit among the students.


INTER-HOUSE BADMINTON COMPETITION (Only Girls)

Scheduled in : October
Participation allowed : Grade V to X

This competition is carried out among 4 teams consisting of only girls. The teams are formed according the house tag of the students. Badminton is one of the popular sports in India. It assists the students to gain physical fitness, develops athleticism, increases muscle tone as well as reduces stress and anxiety.

INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION

Scheduled on : 15th August

As South End School feels the pride of being such a glorious nation, the Independence Day is celebrated every year inside the school campus with indomitable spirit of enthusiasm. The grand occasion begin with the hoist of national flag and then the students and all the mentors pay homage to the brave freedom fighters and take the pledge to protect the unity and integrity of our nation.

ANNUAL CONCERT

Scheduled in : December

The Annual Concert (also termed as Annual Day Celebration Programme) is the culmination of the students' learning in the areas of cultural and co-curricular activities such as drama, vocal music, instrumental music and dance throughout the academic year. It gives students an opportunity to evince their calibre and interact with their teachers in a more informal environment.

ANNUAL SPORTS MEET

Scheduled in : January
Participation allowed : Nursery to Grade X

The Annual Sports Meet of South End School is held every year amidst great enthusiasm and camaraderie. The event begins with March Past a grand spectacle of colour, rhythm and precise synchronization of the four houses. The competition includes various events in which the students enjoy and compete with great stamina. The zealous parents gather in large numbers in the gallery and continuously applaud the performance of young sports stars which creates an absolutely electrifying atmosphere in the playground.

REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION

Scheduled on : 26th January

Republic day is celebrated at the school premises as well as the Sub-divisional Sports Association (SDSA) ground in Rampurhat, Birbhum. A team of fit and athletic students is formed and choreographed for some dance movements with stunts on a patriotic theme. And then on the auspicious day, they represent their own South End School with a significant gesture towards our nation India in front of numerous dignitaries.

ANNUAL EXHIBITION

Scheduled in : February

Every academic year, South End School organizes Annual Exhibition which provides a platform to the students for making projects, presentations, or products by the application of precise and deep practical knowledge they have achieved and a method of 'exhibiting' those works through the technique of oral presentations, video demonstrations, speeches and so on to the spectators. This vital event is organized on different subjects viz Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, English Literature, Bengali Literature, Hindi Literature, History, Geography and Art and Craft. All students taking part in this event enjoy to demonstrate their hard work which is appreciated by the dignified guests and parents leaving the children highly motivated.

PRESIDENTS DESK
DIRECTOR, ACADEMICS
PRINCIPAL'S DESK
VICE-PRINCIPAL'S DESK
SECRETARY’S DESK
LIBRARIAN

SOMA MUKHERJEE CHATTERJEE
Qualification : M.A. (Economics), M.L.I.S. (Library Science)

ACCOUNTANT
STUDENTS' COUNCIL : 2019-20
The Team

Head Boy
Mustak Ahamed
Deputy Head Boy
Saif Sahriar

Head Girl
Adeebah Rahman
Deputy Head Girl
Dipashree Guha

Sports Captain
Rohit Hembrom
Sports Vice-Captain
Pawan Kumar Yadav

Cultural Captain
Trishita Majumdar
Cultural Vice-Captain
Rishita Mal

BLUE HOUSE

Captain
Kapil Sharma
Vice-Captain
Parnava Ghosh

GREEN HOUSE

Captain
Biswapriyo Tudu
Vice-Captain
Goutam Chitlangi

RED HOUSE

Captain
Nur Islam
Vice-Captain
Deepak Tudu

YELLOW HOUSE

Captain
Yuvraj Sharma
Vice-Captain
Purnima Maheswari

PREFECTS

Rishikesh Ganguly
(Blue House)
Awantika Keshri
(Green House)
Debopriya Das
(Red House)
Ankita Chitlangi
(Yellow House)

TEACHERS

ARCHITA RAY CHOUDHURY
Designation : Principal
Qualification : M.Com., B.Ed.

SANJU CHATTERJEE
Designation : Vice-Principal
Qualification : M.A. (English), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

MOTIRUL RAHAMAN
Designation : PGT-Geography
Qualification : M.A. (Geography), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

RAJIV MONDAL
Designation : PGT-Geography
Qualification : M.A. (Geography), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

MD. SARFUZZAMAN
Designation : PGT-Chemistry
Qualification : M.Sc. (Chemistry), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

SAUNAK MANDAL
Designation : PGT-Physical Education
Qualification : M.A. (Political Science), M.P.Ed.

TANMOY PAL
Designation : PGT-Computer Science
Qualification : B.Tech (CSE), P.G.D.C.A., D.El.Ed.

SHRUTI MONDAL
Designation : PGT-Biology
Qualification : M.Sc. (Zoology), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

SAHEBUL ALAM
Designation : PGT-English
Qualification : M.A. (English), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

SUDIPTA MONDAL
Designation : PGT-Bengali
Qualification : M.A. (Bengali), B.Ed.

SAHIDA KHATUN
Designation : TGT-Bengali & Pre-Primary Teacher
Qualification : M.A. (Bengali), B.Ed.

ANJAN MONDAL
Designation : PRT-Science & PRT-Mathematics
Qualification : B.Sc. (Biology), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

JAYABRATA MUKHERJEE
Designation : PRT-English
Qualification : B.A. (English), D.El.Ed.

SHALINI DUTTA
Designation : PGT-History
Qualification : B.A. (Sociology), B.Ed., Montessori trained.

TAPASI MAL
Designation : PRT-English & Pre-Primary Teacher
Qualification : B.A. (English), B.Ed.

ANUPAM CHANDRA SARKAR
Designation : PGT-Mathematics
Qualification : B.Sc. (Mathematics), D.El.Ed.

NIKITA ROY CHOUDHURY
Designation : TGT-English
Qualification : M.A. (English), B.Ed.

SUMAN DAS
Designation : TGT-Biology
Qualification : B.Sc. (Biology), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

SUMAN MANDAL
Designation : PGT-Physics
Qualification : B.Sc. (Physics), B.Ed., D.El.Ed.

ASIA MOHAFUZA
Designation : PRT-English & Pre-Primary Teacher
Qualification : B.A. (English), B.Ed.

KOUSHIK ROY
Designation : PRT-Science & PRT-Mathematics
Qualification : B.Sc. (Biology)

VAISHALI RAI PANDEY
Designation : PRT-Hindi & Pre-Primary PE Teacher
Qualification : B.A. (Hindi), B.P.Ed.

DIPIKA MONDAL
Designation : TGT-Mathematics
Qualification : B.Sc. (Mathematics), B.Ed.

MOUSAM KUMARI
Designation : PGT-Hindi
Qualification :M.A. (Hindi)

SUJOY DEY
Designation : PGT-Mathematics
Qualification :M.Sc. (Mathematics), D.El.Ed.

BABITA SULTANA
Designation : Helping Teacher (Pre-Primary section only)
Qualification :B.A. (Education), B.Ed.

PLAYGROUND

Playground is one of the most vital places in our campus. It possesses plain and lush green outfield to ensure safety for the children. The playground is dedicated to various sports activities like Cricket, Football, Athletics, Basketball, Volleyball, Lawn Tennis, Badminton, Yoga, Martial arts etc.

OUR OTHER RESOURCE PERSONS
AFFILIATION
   
FEE POLICY
  1. The Fee Policy of South End School aims to support families experiencing changed and difficult financial circumstances to maintain their children's enrolment at the school.

  2. The school fee may be increased by an affordable rate every year.

  3. Admission Fee :
    It is a one-time non-refundable fee to be paid when seeking admission to South End School. It includes the total monthly fee for the first month.

  4. Academic Year Fee :
    It is a fee to be paid in the first month of every academic year. This is strictly applicable only for the students who get promoted for the new academic year in South End School. It includes Session Fee, Examination Fee, Electricity Fee, School Development Fee, Activity Fee, Games & Sports Fee and the fees for providing Annual Magazine, Identity card, Diary and Fees-book.

  5. Total Monthly Fee :
    It is the fee to be paid in every month of an academic year. It must be paid within day 20 of every month. It includes :

    • Tuition Fee & Generator Fee (for Nursery - U.K.G.)
    • Tuition Fee, Computer Lab Fee & Generator Fee (for Class I - Class VIII)
    • Tuition Fee, Computer Lab Fee, Science Lab Fee & Generator Fee (For Class IX & X)

  6. Books & Exercise Books Fee :
    This fee is payable by the Parents or Guardians of the pupils for purchasing Books and Exercise Books as per syllabus from the school.

  7. School Uniform Fee :
    This fee is payable by the Parents or Guardians of the pupils for purchasing School Uniform from the school.

  8. ICSE Registration Fee :
    It is to be paid by the Parents or Guardians of the Class IX students to register their wards for the purpose of appearing in the ICSE Class X Board Examination.

  9. ICSE Examination Fee :
    It is to be paid by the Parents or Guardians of the Class X students to make their wards eligible for appearing in the ICSE Class X Board Examination.

  10. Transportation Fee :
    It is to be paid by the Parents or Guardians of the students to avail the facility of School Bus along pre-designated routes. This service is strictly optional and Parents or Guardians have the option of making personal arrangements for their wards.

  11. Late Payment Fee :
    A fine of Rs. 35/- per month will be charged on fees paid after the due date.

  12. Method of Payment :
    Apart from Transportation, all kind of fees must be deposited by cash within the due date though Corporation Bank (Nalhati branch) only on working days.

  13. Students whose fees remain partially or fully unpaid will not be provided with the Evaluation Reports of internal assessments as well as Terminal Examinations, and Transfer Certificates.

  14. South End School reserves the right to amend the Fee Structure and Fee Policy whenever necessary and the decision of the Management is ultimate and binding and cannot be challenged.

FEE STRUCTURE : 2019-20

Total Monthly Fee (Nursery - U.K.G.)

850

Total Monthly Fee (Grade I & II)

1000

Total Monthly Fee (Grade III to V)

1050

Total Monthly Fee (Grade VI to VIII)

1100

Total Monthly Fee (Grade IX)

1200
ADMISSION APPLICATION STATUS
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TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

Please go through the guidelines of Transfer Certificate for admission as well as issuing Transfer Certificate for withdrawal.

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSION

  • A child who has attended a recognized school must have to submit a School Leaving or Transfer Certificate from the school last attended for the purpose of admission in South End School.
  • If a child comes from a school outside the state of West Bengal, The School Leaving or Transfer Certificate must be countersigned by the Inspector of schools of the state from which the child comes.
  • The transfer certificate must be on official school letterhead.
  • The form must be signed by the Principal/HM and show an official school stamp.
  • The form needs to be completed on pupil's last day of attendance.

TRANSFER CERTIFICATE GUIDELINES FOR WITHDRAWAL

  • Application for issuing transfer certificate must be submitted one month before a child is withdrawn. Otherwise the month's fee in lieu of notice will be charged.
  • No transfer certificate will be issued until all fees due to the school are remitted.
  • All parents withdrawing their wards must download the application form to submit a prayer to obtain the transfer certificate.

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD APPLICATION FORM FOR TRANSFER CERTIFICATE

  • The application form must be filled in with mandatory details and submitted at the school office.
  • Kindly note that, applications with incomplete details will be considered invalid requests and no action will be initiated.
  • Transfer certificate will be provided to the parents after 3 days of submitting the application.
  • Transfer certificate issued at any other time that completion of academic year will only state 'continuing' in the same grade.
  • The Principal has the authority to suspend the withdrawal of a pupil without having to assign any reason provided, that she is satisfied that such step is necessary in the interest of the school and the pupil concerned.
  • The guidelines are subject to change as per the decision of School Management Committee.


CLASS ROOMS

South End School provides a neat and hygienic environment inside the bright and spacious classrooms of all grades.

PRE- PRIMARY CLASSROOMS (NURSERY, L.K.G. & U.K.G.)

The Pre-Primary classrooms are colourful and spacious and equipped with child-friendly furniture like low tables and low chairs. LED TVs in Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G. classrooms are utilised by the teachers to deliver digital lessons to the children. Each of the Pre-Primary classrooms has a capacity of 40 students to apply a significant teaching - learning process for the sake of our children.

PRIMARY, MIDDLE SCHOOL & SENIOR SCHOOL CLASSROOMS (GRADE I – IX)

These classrooms are well decorated with aesthetically pleasing colours. Each of these classrooms are airy, spacious and have an optimum balance of natural as well as artificial light. Presence of teaching-aids, ergonomically designed furniture ensuring physical comfort of the students are provided inside these classrooms. Each of these classrooms has a capacity 40 students to apply a significant teaching-learning process for the sake of our children.



LABORATORY

South End School provides the facility of Science labs (Physics, Chemistry and Biology) as well as Computer Science Lab.

SCIENCE LABS

Physics, Chemistry and Biology labs are equipped with ergonomic furniture and all the apparatus, specimens and reagents as per ICSE curriculum so that the children are inspired to get engaged in learning through research and accumulate a precise and deep practical knowledge in Science-based subjects.

Physics Lab

Chemistry Lab

Biology Lab

COMPUTER SCIENCE LAB

The Computer Science Lab, having the capacity of 40 computers is designed as per ICSE guidelines of computer lab so that every child has an access to one system at a time and is able to accumulate precise knowledge in the subject of Computer Lab. It is fully air-conditioned with ergonomically designed furniture. Latest operating system and all relevant application software are installed in every system to provide efficient learning to the children. Every system is LAN connected and has access to the Internet under the script supervision of corresponding teachers. The teachers are rendered to utilise the facility of Projector for the purpose of explaining miscellaneous lessons of Computer Lab so that the children get a wide view for the better understanding of the topic under discussion.
For the children of Primary classes, the teachers are dedicated to provide knowledge in animation and application of basic software. On the other hand, emphasis is given more on programming for the students of Middle School as well as Senior School classes.

LIBRARY

The library at South End School is a "Resource Centre" which boasts of a vast collection of story books, reference books, encyclopedias, knowledge books, periodicals, magazines and daily newspaper. After issuing books, the children browse through the collection of encyclopedias and magazines during and after school hours.

EXAMINATION HALL

The Examination Hall is one of the distinguished features of South End School. It is fully air-conditioned and spacious enough to accommodate the numbers of students for any examination. The interior decoration of the examination hall is executed by obeying all protocols of CISCE.

SYLLABUS FOR THE SESSION 2020-21

Syllabus for Nursery

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Syllabus for L.K.G.

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Syllabus for U.K.G.

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Syllabus for Class I

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Syllabus for Class II

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Syllabus for Class III

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Syllabus for Class IV

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Syllabus for Class V

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Syllabus for Class VI

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Syllabus for Class VII

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Syllabus for Class VIII

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Syllabus for Class IX

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Syllabus for Class X

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RESULT OF FIRST TERMINAL EXAMINATION : 2020-21

Class I Result

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Class II Result

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Class III Result

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Class IV Result

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Class V Result

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Class VI Result

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Class VII Result

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Class VIII Result

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Class IX Result

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Class X Result

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ACTIVITY HALL

The school has an activity hall with excellent arrangement of demonstration, Annual Day Celebration programme, quizzing, presentations, public speaking, training programmes etc. The SES Activity Hall provides ample opportunities to our students to exhibit their intelligence through various activities.

CCTV SURVEILLANCE

In the age of technology CCTV is one of the most effective ways to deter and fight the evils. The installation of CCTV cameras is extremely crucial for the safety of the students. To ensure the safety and security the entire school campus of South End School is under CCTV Surveillance.

INFIRMARY ROOM

The school has fully equipped with 1-bedded infirmary room with the service of a qualified nurse. A doctor on call is available during the school hours to attend to any health emergencies that may arise. Medical check-up of the students is regularly carried out and a record is maintained. School transport is always available in case of medical urgency.

PRE-PRIMARY (NURSERY, LKG & UKG)
The PRE-PRIMARY section comprise classes of Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G. With age group ranging from 3 years to 5 years.

Knowing that no two children are alike, the school provides for training where the different needs of the children are dealt with individually, scientifically and with utmost care.

The Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K G. classes are under close guidance of a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals who look after the children with utmost care and love to ensure healthy development of the children from a very young age. Emphasis is given on Listening, Speaking, Reading and Writing.

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

Students’ progress is determined cautiously through conversation, drawing, playing rhymes and other small fun-filled activities.
PRIMARY (Grade I to Grade V)
Our Primary section provides strong educational foundations through a balanced programme of exploratory learning as well as explicit teaching of core knowledge and skills.

We implement the highly researched internationally regarded ICSE curriculum. Core English and Mathematical skills are explicitly taught in these section. Specialised subjects where specialist teachers work with our children in Library, Music and Physical Education. Integrated learning with other classroom activities in these subject areas is implemented.

We also focus on developing children's capability to communicate and express themselves effectively, to build and manage relationship to handle challenging situations and to learn effectively.

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum.

SUBJECTS

Grade I & II

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Environmental Studies
  • Computer Studies
  • General Knowledge

Grade III & IV

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Computer Studies
  • General Knowledge

Grade V

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • 3rd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Social Studies
  • Computer Studies
  • General Knowledge
MIDDLE SCHOOL (Grade VI to Grade VIII)
The Middle programme of SES is structured to meet children's varied intellectual and developmental needs. The curriculum builds on concepts and skills learnt in the Primary years. It incorporates streamlined education and review of a child's performance through assessments.

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum.

SUBJECTS

Grade VI

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • 3rd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • History & Civics
  • Geography
  • Computer Studies
  • General Knowledge

Grade VII & VIII

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • 3rd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • History & Civics
  • Geography
  • Computer Studies
  • General Knowledge
SENIOR SCHOOL (Grade IX and X)
As per the ICSE guidelines, an efficient but more subject-oriented curriculum is set and it is implemented through continuous assessments, doubt - solving activities, mock tests as well as the practice of scientific and Mathematical applications. Our highly qualified and experienced teachers pioneer the students towards the academic excellence.

Students are also inspired to participate in various competitions related to Science, Program Coding and Technology that eventually assist them to accumulate deep concept and precise knowledge in all subjects.

In this way the students become well prepared for the ICSE board examinations.

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum.

SUBJECTS

  • English Language
  • Literature in English
  • 2nd Language (Bengali/Hindi)
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • History & Civics
  • Geography
  • Computer Studies
SES GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATION

GENERAL GUIDELINES TO THE PARENTS/GUARDIANS

  1. Parents and Guardians are requested to watch that their wards are regular, punctual and obedient. Irregular attendance, idleness, disobedience, bad manners which may offend other pupils would justify dismissal.
  2. Students are not permitted to wear jewellery of any kind, wristwatches may be worn from Class 6 onwards.
  3. Students are not allowed to bring mobiles or any other object of objectionable nature.
  4. Students are not permitted to bring any diary or exercise books other than school diary and school exercise books. 
  5. Any damage done to the school property should be made good by the student concerned. 
  6. Parents and Guardians are not allowed to provide their wards with article, tiffin during the school hours. 
  7. Parents and Guardians are not permitted to meet teachers during school hours.
  8. Parents and Guardians may be required to meet the Principal, or Vice-Principal or the teachers at any time during a session, if the situation demands. In such cases, prior notification will be sent to them.
  9. No escort without the child’s identity card will be allowed to take that particular ward back home.
  10. Parents and Guardians are requested to notify any change in their address or contact number to corresponding Class-Teachers. 
  11. School gate is closed at 8 am sharp.
  12. Habitual late-comers will be sent back home.

 

MORNING ASSEMBLY

The Morning assembly begins at 8 am.

 

SCHOOL TIMING

  • Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G. – 7:55 am to 11:10 am
  • Class I and II - 7:55 am to 12:45 pm
  • Class III and IV - 7:55 am to 01:25 pm
  • Class IX - 7:55 am to 02:00 pm

Classes of all grades are conducted from Monday to Friday.

 

SCHOOL UNIFORM

It is mandatory for all the students to wear proper school uniform in accord with the following instructions :

 

A) Summer Uniform :

  1. Fawn coloured half-sleeved shirts with the school monogram on the pocket.
  2. Brown skirts for girls.
  3. Brown shorts for boys (up to Class 5 only).
  4. Brown trousers for boys (from Class 6 to 9 only).
  5. School belt.
  6. Brown bordered socks with plain black shoes.

 

B) Winter Uniform :

  1. Fawn coloured half-sleeved shirts with the school monogram on the pocket.
  2. Brown trousers for boys.
  3. Brown skirts with brown legging for girls.
  4. Machine knitted V-shaped brown pullover (from Nursery to Class 4 only).
  5. Brown blazer with school tie (from Class 5 to 9 only).
  6. School belt.
  7. Brown bordered white socks with plain black shoes.

 

C) Physical Education Uniform :

  1. White shorts for girls (from Nursery to U.K.G. only).
  2. White shorts for boys (from Class 1 to 5 only).
  3. White divided skirt for girls (from Class 1 to 9 only).
  4. House-coloured collared T-shirts (from Class 1 to 9 only).
  5. White socks with house-coloured border and white canvas shoes (keds).
  6. Pink T-shirt and white shorts (from Nursery to U.K.G.).

 

IDENTITY CARD

  1. At the start of every academic year, each of all the pupils are provided with an Identity card which he/she needs to bring to school every day.
  2. Students without Identity card will not be permitted to attend classes.

 

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY

A) Pre-Primary (Nursery, L.K.G. and U.K.G.):

Students’ progress is determined cautiously through conversation, drawing, playing rhymes and other small fun-filled activities throughout the year.

 

B) Primary (Class 1 to Class 5):

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum. 

 

C) Middle School (Class 6 to Class 8):

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum. 

 

D) Senior School (Class 9) :

The students are assessed on a three-term format as per the latest ICSE curriculum.

Kindly note that -

  • Evaluation Report is issued to the parents at the end of each assessment. Parents or Guardians are requested to sign and return the report within two days of their receipt. 
  • There should be no alteration of marks and remarks in the Evaluation Report.
  • Special arrangement cannot be made for the students absent for any test but absence owing to illness will be taken into consideration during promotion.  
  • Parents and Guardians are advised not to send sick children merely to appear for an assessment. 
  • Pupils having attendance less than 75% in a Terminal will not be allowed to appear for the Terminal Examinations. 

 

CRITERIA FOR PROMOTION

  1. An average of 40% in all subjects in three Terminal examinations.
  2. Attendance must be 75% or above.

Kindly note that -

  1. Pupils failing to fulfill the aforementioned criteria of promotion for two consecutive years must be withdrawn from the school.
  2. Annual promotion of a student to a higher class depends on the child’s performance throughout the academic year, not merely on marks obtained in the Final Examination.

 

IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL DIARY

  1. Each student is provided with a School Diary which they mandatorily need to bring to school every day.
  2. Physical communication with Parents or Guardians are made through the school diary.
  3. Parents or Guardians are informed to go through the diary regularly and sign the remarks or comments made by the Principal, or Class-Teacher or Subject-Teachers. They are also informed to put forward their opinion in the Parents’ remark column.
  4. Losing the School Diary, making any alteration in it, tearing out pages etc. are regarded as serious offence and may lead to dismissal of the student.

 

RULES FOR LEAVE OF ABSENCE

  1. Pupils who want to take leave for an occasion must submit a written application in school diary to the corresponding Class-Teacher. If the reason is justified then the leave of absence will granted.
  2. Pupils who have been absent from school must submit a written note in the school diary explaining the reason to the corresponding Class-Teacher.
  3. Pupils who have been absent from school for three days or above on medical ground must submit a written note in the school diary explaining the reason along with doctor’s prescription as well as fit certificate to the corresponding Class-Teacher.

 

PARENT-TEACHER MEETING (PTM)

Nursery to Class 5 :

  • 2 PTMs  in First Term, 
  • 2 PTMs in Second Term 
  • 2 PTMs in Third Term

Class 6 to Class 9 :

  • 2 PTMs in First Term
  • 1 PTM in Second Term 
  • 1 PTM in Third Term 

Kindly note that - Parents or Guardians should be accompanied by their wards to attend Parent-Teacher Meeting.

 

OFFICE HOURS

8:00 am to 3:00 pm



CODE OF CONDUCT
  • Students are always expected to maintain the highest standards of discipline, etiquette and dignified manner of behaviour inside as well as outside the School campus.
  • They shall abide by the rules and regulations of the School and should act in accord with a way that highlights the discipline and esteem of the School.
  • They should be present in the School well within time and must attend the Morning assembly every day. Habitual late-comers will be sent back home.
  • They should arrive at the school with proper and clean School Uniform. 
  • They should always take pride in putting on the school uniform. They must not wear the school uniform in any public place outside school, without prior permission.
  • They must not make any alteration to the School uniform without permission and any violation of this act could result in suspension from the School.
  • They should keep themselves physically fit and strong. 
  • They should bring the School Diary every day.
  • The school identity card must be brought to school everyday. 
  • They must rise from their seats when the teacher enters the class room and remain standing till the teacher permits them to sit. Silence and Discipline is to be observed during class hours.
  • They should greet with modesty when the teacher enters the class room as well as leaves the class room.
  • They should always gently accept the work assigned them and must try to complete and submit on time.
  • They should never be cruel to each other and always assist their friends in hard times.
  • They should not damage any School property. If any damage is observed, they must report it to the teachers.
  • They must take care of the Lab equipments that are used to provide them with precise conception and practical knowledge in various subjects.
  • They must abide by all the rules and regulations of Library as well as Laboratory.
  • They should participate in all Co-curricular events/competitions organized in the school or specified by the School.
  • They should not shout in or around the school premises.
  • They should not run in the corridors of the school premises.
  • It is obligatory for all the students to be groomed with a proper haircut.
  • They should always face new challenges confidently with determination.
  • They should always learn how to improvise while facing new challenges.
  • Blazer is mandatory as a part of uniform in the season of winter.
  • They should not waste time in idle gossip. 
  • They must keep their class rooms free from any kind of dirt.
  • Every pupil should learn to encourage himself or herself to be an ideal human being who, in future will be committed to contribute for the sake of our nation.
  • Depending on the gravity of mischievous behaviour punishment will be given as per CISCE guidelines.
ONLINE CLASSES

When the whole world was struck by the pandemic Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), the Government and CISCE, New Delhi had notified the heads of all academic institutions not to resume classes in the period of lockdown to combat the rapid spread of COVID-19 among students and the whole teaching community.
So, we were compelled to stay at home. As a consequence, the whole teaching community had faced a rigorous challenge to conduct the process of education among the students. But we did not give up. As the physical class could not be possible, we had initiated the process of Virtual Learning for the students in the cyberspace by the grace of the Internet, some useful mobile apps such as Google Meet, Google Classroom, WhatsApp and YouTube as well as some smart electronic equipments.

The significance of some mobile apps in our process of virtual learning for the students are as follows :

Google Meet

Our teachers are instructed to utilize Google Meet to conduct live online class where student-teacher interaction becomes easier. For the conduct of a class in any subject, the corresponding teacher shares the class URL in the WhatsApp group of the class so that all students can access the virtual class room.

YouTube

Our teachers also record their classes and make them available to the students through our YouTube channel.

Google Classroom

This app is used by the teachers to assign any home works, projects etc. or to provide any study material to the students. It also becomes easier for the students to access those documents and submit the tasks assigned to them as well as the answer scripts of any examination.

WhatsApp

It is used by our teachers to share the class URL of Google Meet in the groups of all classes so that all students can access the virtual class room. This app is also used by the teachers to assign any home works, projects etc. or to provide any study material to the students.

Although no one can state that the virtual learning through schools is the appropriate replacement of conventional physical learning for the students, but our teachers are dedicated enough to keep alive the teaching-learning process among our students at the moment of this pandemic.

INVESTITURE CEREMONY

Scheduled in : April

Investiture Ceremony witnesses the proud coronation of young leaders as the members of the Students' council. The take oath to endeavour for the sake of upholding the dignity, honour and excellence of South End School and accomplish their allegiance faithfully and profoundly to pioneer an illustration of supreme leadership spirit within the school with their heads held high. The establishment of students' council gives students an opportunity to acquire the sort of communication, planning and organizational skills that will be beneficial to them in future.

TEACHERS' DAY CELEBRATION

Scheduled on : 5th September

Teachers' Day is one such event for which both students and teachers equally look forward to. It is celebrated at South End School on 5th September to commemorate the birth anniversary of Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, the great teacher, advocate of edification, academic philosopher and the second President of India. A teacher is regarded as the envoy of improvement for a nation. A teacher is a mentor who facilitates the way to accomplish an ambition that makes a person extraordinaire in the context of realizing and executing what is beneficial for the sake of his/her country. The event is important for the students as it gives them an opportunity to realize the efforts put in by their teachers to ensure that they get proper education. Similarly, teachers also look forward to Teachers' day celebration as their extreme efforts get recognized and honoured by the students.

PRIZE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY

Scheduled in : January

The Prize Distribution Ceremony is held to reward the toppers of Academic Excellence and Inter-House Competitions of previous academic year. The objective of extending rewards to the students is to promote positive and appropriate behaviour among the students which helps to stimulate learning in any class.

CIRCULARS
ADMISSION RULES

R

  • To apply for admission, parents need to collect the admission form along with the Prospectus from the school counter.
  • Parents must submit to the school office the photocopy of child's date of birth certificate, photocopy of parents' Aadhaar cards and child's two passport-sized photographs along with the filled-in admission form.

U

  • A child who has attended a recognized school is eligible for admission with a School Leaving or Transfer Certificate from the school last attended.
  • If a child comes from a school outside the state of West Bengal, the School Leaving or Transfer Certificate must be countersigned by the Inspector of schools of the state from which the child comes.
  • Parents of all students applying for admission in Nursery or L.K.G. or U.K.G. are subject to face an interview.

L

  • All students applying for admission in Class I or above are subject to appear in an admission test.
  • After the parent's interview or the admission test, if a child is finalized for admission, then his/her parent need to remit the admission fee.
  • After the remittance of admission fee, the parents need to fill in some details in the school admission register and then only the procedure of admission will be completed.

E

  • Admissions are made on authorization by the Principal only. Admission made by others are liable to cancellation without any reason being ascribed.
  • Parents are warned that admissions are made strictly on the merit of the children.
  • South End School does not accept any form of donation for the purpose of admission.

S

  • In the interest of public you are informed that some unscrupulous persons make false representations, pose as the agents of school and approach prospective parents or guardians by providing false assurances to them and make payment of various sums in the name of admission.
    For your kind information, we do not have such protocols to complete the procedure of admission as our school is not connected with any outside individual or organization. Hence, you are warned not to fall in such traps.


SCHOOL UNIFORM

It is mandatory for all the students to wear proper school uniform in accord with the following instructions :

Summer
Uniform

  1. Fawn coloured half-sleeved shirts with the school monogram on the pocket.
  2. Brown skirts for girls.
  3. Brown shorts for boys (up to Class 5 only).
  4. Brown trousers for boys (from Class 6 to 10 only).
  5. School belt.
  6. Brown bordered socks with plain black shoes.

Winter
Uniform

  1. Fawn coloured half-sleeved shirts with the school monogram on the pocket.
  2. Brown trousers for boys.
  3. Brown skirts with brown legging for girls.
  4. Machine knitted V-shaped brown pullover (from Nursery to Class 4 only).
  5. Brown blazer with school tie (from Class 5 to 10 only).
  6. School belt.
  7. Brown bordered white socks with plain black shoes.

Physical Education
Uniform

  1. White shorts for girls (from Nursery to U.K.G. only).
  2. White shorts for boys (from Class 1 to 5 only).
  3. White divided skirt for girls (from Class 1 to 10 only).
  4. House-coloured collared T-shirts (from Class 1 to 10 only).
  5. White socks with house-coloured border and white canvas shoes (keds).
  6. Pink T-shirt and white shorts (from Nursery to U.K.G.).



GALLERY : INTER-HOUSE COMPETITIONS
GALLERY : INVESTITURE CEREMONY
GALLERY : INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
GALLERY : TEACHERS' DAY CELEBRATION
GALLERY : ANNUAL CONCERT
GALLERY : PRIZE DISTRIBUTION CEREMONY
GALLERY : ANNUAL SPORTS MEET
GALLERY : REPUBLIC DAY CELEBRATION
GALLERY : ANNUAL EXHIBITION
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