Message from Ms.Renu Uberoi, Principal

Dear Parents,

Greetings from the All Saints family!

Since the time I have taken over as Principal of All Saints International School, I have noticed that the school draws its unique strength from the fact that the committed management, faculty and parents work dedicatedly together to fulfil the noblest purpose of education i.e to enlighten young minds with the flame of knowledge, and at the same time, infuse them with a respect and love for learning. Our dear students are showing fine promise of becoming globally integrated and responsive citizens who are being empowered with the skills for the next century in our school. Yet, they remain, well-endowed and grounded with their school's intuitive ethos and fine ethics as they prepare to affect and impact the society and community they reach out to as adults at a future date.

I am committed to supporting the cardinal principles of education i.e. Literacy, School Development, Students' Academic Graph, Community Partnerships, Health and Wellness and Enrichment of the faculty. In academics, I will be taking our School's Experiential Learning Programme to the next level, and ensuring that the students' comprehension of facts and content is fuelled and engined through observations, self-discovery, experiments and analytical skills.

I wish to prepare our students to participate and excel in external and international competitions. At the same time, I will be ensuring that ourstudents take an active part in inter-school sports competitions at zonal andstate level, thereby securing their holistic development. Empowering students by giving them many more opportunities to lead and be a role model through the Student's Council and other forums as well as empowering faculty are also the important areas in which I will be concentrating.

You have been our constant support in every venture and endeavour. I look forward to enjoying closer ties with you and working together to take our school to fresh heights of glory and success.

Regards,
Ms. Renu Uberoi
Principal

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

1. What is the entry level in school?

The entry level in school is 2 years onwards (play group).

2. What is the age criterion?

Ans.

  • Playgroup 2 years by March 31st
  • Pre Nursery 3 years by March 31st
  • Nursery 4 years by March 31st
  • Prep 5 years by March 31st
  • Class I 6 years by March 31st

3. What is the admission procedure?

Ans. Those seeking admission to our school are involved in an informal and personalized process wherein we observe and interact with the child and the parents in order to make best possible decision for their placement. Parents are expected to make honest disclosure about any special need of their child at the time of admission.

4. What is the curriculum at primary, secondary and senior secondary stages in the school?

Ans. We follow the Thematic and Integrated Multiple Intelligences curriculum at Primary, CCE pattern at Secondary and at Senior Secondary we offer Science, Commerce and Art (Humanities) streams.

5. Does every child get individual attention?

Ans. Small class size and proportionate student-teacher ratio ensure that every child gets individual attention in the classroom. Additionally, at the primary level our thematic and integrated MI curriculum ensures that learning is individualized and designed to cater to the needs of all types of learners. At Secondary and Senior Secondary Levels, multiple methods of teaching are used to deliver the course content, catering to needs of each and every child. Furthermore, innovative academic strategies like concept reinforcement procedure and doubt file ensure that all doubts of the children are solved and each student is engaged in and is keenly participative in the learning process.

6. Is transport facility available?

Ans. Our buses ply all across Bhiwadi. The bus routes are chalked out by the transport. In charge and parents interested in availing the transport facility need to contact the school and collect the necessary form.

7. What are the co- curricular activities provided in the school?

Ans. To ensure that the creativity of every child gets ample exposure and platform we provide a range of co- curricular activities like music, dance, theatre, sculpture and art. We offer Work Education programme like Sculpture and Library science, Green School Programme, Yoga, Aerobics, Students Exchange Programme, Community Outreach Programme etc.

8. What kind of sports activities are conducted in the school?

Ans. At All Saints we provide a range of sports activities like skating, basketball, football, table tennis, volleyball, and cricket. Our school has won accolades in sports and skating at district and national level. Our school teams have won laurels in various Inter-School and State Level events in cricket, football, chess to name a few.

9. What are the special infrastructure facilities available in the school?

Ans. The school is well equipped to meet the demands of academic, sports as well as other co-curricular needs. The school has the following state of the art facilities

  • An aesthetically designed and well maintained and library in all the wings with above 10,000 books well ventilated digitally smart classrooms
  • Maths, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Science Composite , SST, IT, and Language Lab
  • Music, Dance and Art studio
  • Science, Visual and Performing Arts Resource Centre
  • Infirmary
  • Well-equipped play ground for all sports facility
  • Yoga and Meditation hall
  • Open Stage
10. How does the school take care of student's safety?

Ans. We have well defined standard operative procedures for ensuring the physical and emotional safety of every child. Our safety policy ensures that each and every child gets a secure and harmonious environment for their holistic development and ABC (Always Be Careful) of safety is followed in every aspect of school functioning. The school is under CCTV surveillance. We have security guards manning the gates and patrolling the premises. Furthermore, we have well trained lady guards in our buses along with school teachers on bus duty. The buses are equipped with phone facility. Furthermore there is police verification of all staff members before recruitment is finalized and all personal antecedents of the school employees are maintained in the school records.

11. How does ASIS prepare a child for life?

Ans. All Saints International School has taken upon itself the noble mission of helping young minds to grow and learn in a homely and harmonious environment where ample opportunities are provided to the child to experiment with the truth and facts of life as it unfolds before him or her each day resulting in the all-round development of the child and thus promoting world peace through education. The institution is founded on the values of humanity, love, kindness and continuous learning.

12. How is the value of sustainable development inculcated in students?

Ans. We at All Saints strive to inculcate the evergreen value of caring for Mother Earth. To achieve this objective, the school carries out a range of Green School activities. We have an in-house Green School Programme structured and designed to carry out waste, water, carbon footprint, air audits.

13.Is value education an integral part of ASIS?

Value education is provided through every layer of school activities like school assemblies and a wide spectrum of curricular and co- curricular activities. Our teachers are provided with innovative tools like value cards, gender sensitivity cards, value kits, value plans etc. to lay strong foundation of values in the young minds.

14. How are Life Skills inculcated in the students?

Ans. Through a gamut of school/class activities carried out in the school, we prepare our students for life and lifelong learning. We have a well-defined and structured Life Skills curriculum to inculcate and develop thinking, social and emotional skills in the students. There are regular periods and classes integrated in the time-table of every class for inculcation of these skills.