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“ Learning the holistic way ”
List of Holidays Can't help but stay away from Slate! - The School
LIST OF HOLIDAYS
                            OCCASION                            DATE                  DAY

      1         Eid-ul-Fitr* (Ramzan)                        05-06-2019          Wednesday
      2         Eid-ul-Adha* (Bakrid)                        12-08-2019          Monday
      3         Independence Day /                           15-08-2019          Thursday
                Raksha Bandhan
      4         Sri Krishna Astami                           24-08-2019          Saturday
      5         Vinayaka Chavithi                            02-09-2019          Monday
      6         Moharam                                      10-09-2019          Tuesday
      7         Ananta Chaturdasi(Idol Immersion)            13-09-2019          Friday
      8         Mahatma Gandhi Jayanthi                      02-10-2019          Wednesday
      9         Vijaya Dasami                                08-10-2019          Tuesday
      10        Deepavali                                    27-10-2019          Sunday
      11        Milad-un-Nabi                                10-11-2019          Sunday
      12        Guru Nanak’s Jayanthi                        12-11-2019          Tuesday
      13        Christmas                                    25-12-2019          Wednesday
      14        Boxing Day                                   26-12-2019          Thursday
      15        Sankranti / Pongal                           15-01-2020          Wednesday
      16        Republic Day                                 26-01-2020          Sunday
      17        Maha Shivaratri                              21-02-2020          Friday
      18        Holi                                         10-03-2020          Tuesday
      19        Ugadi                                        25-03-2020          Wednesday
      20        Sri Rama Navami                              02-04-2020          Thursday
      21        Babu Jagjivan Ram’s Jayanthi                 05-04-2020          Sunday
      22        Good Friday                                  10-04-2020          Friday
      23        DR. B.R. Ambedkar’s Jayanti                  14-04-2020          Tuesday

                 DUSSEHRA              28th SEP to 9th          School reopens on
                 VACATION              OCT, 2019                10th Oct, 2019

                  PONGAL               12th to 19th             School reopens on
                 VACATION              JAN, 2020                20th JAN, 2020

PS: Please note that the above mentioned list is as per the list of holidays provided in the Govt. Calendar.
          *Any change in the above given schedule will be notified through the Students' Diary.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
MONTH              DATE      ACTIVITIES

June        17th             School Reopens for UKG
            19th             School Reopens for LKG
            24th             School Reopens for Nursery
            28th             Fun 'n' Frolic Day

July        13th             House Visit (Own Transport)
            15th-18th        RACE (Recognise! Appreciate! Colours and Enjoy)
            19th             Field Trip to Sanjeevaiah Park

August      2nd-3rd          SREE-Social Roles - Enact and Empathize
            9th              Investiture Ceremony
            15th             Independence Day Celebrations
            28th-29th        Sampoornatha - I
            31st             Slate Family Fest (9:30 am to 12:00 noon)

September   3rd - 6th        HALL - Health Awareness For Long Life
            5th              Teachers' Day Celebrations
            7th              Field Trip to NTR Gardens
            9th              Last day for completion of Term-1 syllabus
            11th             Term - 1 Revision begins
            20th - 26th      Term - 1 Examinations
            27th             Bathukamma Celebrations
            28th - 9th Oct   Term - 1 Vacation

October     10th             School reopens after Term - 1 Break
            19th             Slate Family Fest (1pm - 3pm)
            26th             GHAR - (Grandparents - Honour Admire Respect) and
                             Diwali Celebrations

November    14th             Children's Day Celebrations
            25th - 27th      Sports Activity Days
            28th             Field trip to Zoological Park

December    20th             Last day for completion of Term-2 syllabus
            21st             Term - 2 Revision begins
            24th             Christmas Celebrations
            28th             Slate Family Fest [9.30am to 12.00 noon)

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      CALENDAR OF EVENTS
       Month        Date     Activities

      January    3rd-9th     Term-II Examinations
                 10th        Math Theme Day and Kite Flying Day
                 11th-19th   Term-II Vacation
                 20th        School Reopens after Term-II Break
                 25th        Slate Family Fest [9.30am to 12.00 noon)
                 26th        Republic Day Celebrations

      February   13th        Re-dedication Day
                 22nd        Annual Day

      March      5th-6th     Sampoornatha-II
                 7th         Field Trip to Indira Park
                 20th        Last day for completion of Term-3 syllabus
                 21st        Term-III Revision begins
                 28th        Slate Family Fest [9.30am to 12.00 noon)

      April      1st-9th     Term-III Examination

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Events and Celebrations in Detail
School Reopens on -          17th June - UKG
                             19th June - LKG
                             24th June - Nursery
My school is all about Smiling and Shining...
    It will be heartening to listen to the clamour in the school once again. Children will be welcomed
    by cartoon characters and will be given balloons and chocolates. They should come to school in
    complete School Uniform. Teachers will make children comfortable with music, dance, play and
    other activities. Since it is the first day of school, children can be picked early by the parents (if
    Own Transport is opted for).

28th June: Fun 'n' Frolic Day
We take our Fun seriously...
    ‘Fun 'n' Frolic Day' will be held in the school campus for the entertainment of children so that
    they are comfortable and develop fondness to come to school. They can come in colour dress.
    They need not carry books. Only a water bottle, napkin, lunch box and the Diary should be sent
    with them. Their favourite cartoon characters will be dancing with them on this day and
    teachers will entertain children by organizing various games. They will be encouraged to share
    lunch with their classmates.

13th July: House Visits (Own Transport)
Parent + Teacher = Happy Child
    At Slate, we understand that mere teaching in the class is not the end of teaching, but observing
    and understanding children in their personal space (i.e., home) goes a long way into moulding
    them better.
    ! It is a convention at Slate that every year we visit the homes of the students.
    ! This helps us understand the child better in his/her home environment.
    ! Details pertaining to the approximate time of the visit and any other will be intimated through
      the Student's Diary.

15th-18th July: RACE - Recognise... Appreciate Colours and Enjoy...
Filling our palette called The World...
    Colours make the world beautiful. We will bring the rainbow down, in the school premises by
    celebrating the 'RACE'. During this week, please dress your ward in the specific colour given for
    that particular day. Children can get articles / things of that particular colour. For ex: on Red Day,
    children may get an apple, a tomato, strawberries, etc. The other articles and objects of that
    colour will be shown to children by teachers. This will reinforce the concept of colours in them.
    There are other activities planned to help children be perfect with the concept of colours. For
    the first four days, activities which will help children identify colors will be conducted in the
    school itself. On the final day of RACE, children will be taken to 'Sanjeevaiah Park', for their first
    Field Trip. On the field trip day too, different activities are conducted for children to enable
    them to recognise, appreciate and enjoy the world of colours.

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      DATE          DAY           Nursery/LKG        UKG              Venue
      15.07.19      Monday        Red                Orange           School
      16.07.19      Tuesday       Yellow             Pink             School
      17.07.19      Wednesday     Green              Purple           School
      18.07.19      Thursday      Blue               White            School
      19.07.19      Friday        Rainbow Day        Rainbow Day      Sanjeevaiah Park (Field Trip)
      *The dress code for Rainbow day will be informed by the Class Teacher well in advance.
        ! Please note that in case the children do not have a dress of a particular colour, they can
          come in the regular uniform. Parents need not purchase a new dress (of the colour
          specified).
        ! Children should bring books between 15th and 18th July.

 19th July: Children will be taken on a Field Trip to Sanjeevaiah Park.
      Please note the following points about the Field Trip:
      ! The vans will leave sharp at 8.40 am from the school.
      ! Children who come by Own Transport should be dropped by 8.30 am at the school.
      ! Children need not carry books.
      ! Children should carry snacks, water bottle and a napkin in a labeled bag.
      ! The vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon.
      ! NO JUNK FOOD or POLYTHENE BAGS WILL BE ALLOWED.

 2nd and 3rd August: SREE - Social Roles - Enact and Empathize
      2nd August      Nursery and LKG
      3rd August      UKG

 Social responsibility has to be seeded among children right from a tender age.
 Children must identify themselves with the variant roles played in the society around them and also
 learn to ‘empathise’ with people around them (in their own way).
 Please note the details pertaining to the Programme:
 Children are encouraged to identify themselves with a role in their immediate surroundings or with
 those people who are not a direct part in their lives but make a difference in the community at large
 (More information under ‘Policies’ in this book). Children can choose a social role of their choice,
 they can come dressed and can enact like the role/character they chose and speak few sentences
 about it. The criterion for judging would be self confidence, presentation of ideas and lastly their
 attire.
 Exact information will be intimated through the Student's Diary.
 Note:
      ! Parents are requested to dress their children at home and send them to school.
      ! We encourage maximum participation.
      ! In case the children do not have any particular dress, they can come in school
         uniform.

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Kindly note the following points in this regard:
    ! Children availing School Transport will be picked in the morning at the usual time.
    ! Children coming by Own Transport should reach school before 8.40 am.
    ! Children need not bring books to school.
    ! Parents too can visit the school during school hours on these days.
    ! Parents are requested to furnish the details of their children participating in the Programme
       to the respective Class Teachers well in advance so as to facilitate us to conduct the
       competition smoothly.
    ! The departure of vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon.

9th August: Investiture Ceremony
Little Leaders in the Lead...
    The seniors in Pre-Primary i.e., students of UKG will be part of the school cabinet. They will
    receive badges and sachets and march past in perfect rhyme and rhythm with the head boy and
    the head girl leading the cabinet from the front.

15th August: Independence Day Celebrations (9.00 am to 10.00 am)
    Child need not carry the books. Interested parents can bring the child for the flag hoisting.
    Transport facility will not be provided on this day.

28th and 29th August: Sampoornatha-I
A peep into our better selves...
    28-08-2019 Show ‘n’ Tell (LKG and UKG)
    29-08-2019 Narration of a story (LKG and UKG)

    By this time, children get settled at school and are ready to participate in their first set of
    competitions. The above activities will help the children face audience and will foster in them a
    positive competitive spirit. It will help in boosting their confidence levels.
    ! Details on how the programme will be conducted are given under ‘Policies’ in this Book.
    ! Children should bring their books since regular academics too will be taken up.
    Since, Nursery children may need some more time to settle down, the competitions for them are
    scheduled a little later.

31st August: Slate Family Fest (9.30 am to 12:00 noon)
    Parents can interact with the teachers concerned about the revision plan and guide their wards
    accordingly in their preparations for the Term Exams.

3rd - 6th September: HALL - Health Awareness for Long Life
Our Health in our Hands...
    Learning never stops at Slate… And, this time, it's a lesson on good health via HALL - Health
    Awareness for Long Life i.e., Health Days.

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      Teachers will encourage children to take a balanced diet and avoid Junk food as a part of
      healthy eating. The correct way to use a spoon and a fork will also be demonstrated. They
      are also told about the harmful effects of using smart phones.

 5th September: Teachers’ Day Celebrations
 Details of the program will be sent across through a circular.

 7th September: Field Trip to NTR Gardens
 Sound Body... Sound Mind
      The little ones will be taken for an outing to trot their feet and enjoy a stroll amidst nature,
      besides encouraging them to bring, share and talk about the importance of healthy food, happy
      eating and a Balanced Diet.
      Please note the following points:
         ! The vans will leave sharp at 8.40 am from the school.
         ! Children coming by Own Transport should be dropped at the school before 8.30 am
      Children should come dressed in Sports Uniform. If, for any reason Sports Uniform is
      unavailable, kindly send the child in School Uniform (cream and green).

 9th September: Last day for completion of Term-I Syllabus

 11th to 19th September: Revision for Term-I
      Proper revisions will be done prior the exams. Surprise Tests will also be conducted during this
      period. Thorough oral drilling and written practice is given. Children should be regular to school
      during this period. Time Table and Practice Papers will be sent across to help children revise at
      home.

 20th - 26th September: Term-I Examinations
      During exams, teachers will read out questions to children, make them understand and write. If
      any mistake is committed, they will caution them and ensure that the children have attempted
      all the questions.

 27th September: Bathukamma Celebrations
 The Fiesta of Flowers...
      Details of the programme will be informed through a circular.

 10th October: School reopens after Dussehra Vacation

 19th October: Slate Family Fest [1.00 pm to 3:00 pm)
      Parents can meet the teachers. For details, please refer to Slate Family Fest given in this
      book.

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26th October: GHAR (Grandparents - Honour, Admire, Respect) and Diwali Celebrations
     Grand Parents are the ones who shower their blessings and unlimited love on their little ones.
     They are the ones who always guide their grandchildren with their experiences. Tiny Slaters will
     be inviting their grandparents for the GHAR Programme from 9.00 am at School premises. The
     grandparents can interact with the other children, tell them stories and recite rhymes, meet the
     teachers and go around their grandchildren's school.
     Children and teachers will be presenting a cultural programme and also a few fun activities
     will be organized for the grandparents.
     * This will be followed by Diwali Celebrations.
     Please note the following points in this regard:
        ! Children availing School Transport will be picked in the morning at the usual time.
        ! They can come to school in traditional dress, i.e., Boys: Kurta Pyjama,
          Girls: Ghaghra Choli
        ! In case, children do not have the above dress, they can come in School Uniform (Western
          dress like jeans, T-shirts, frocks, shirts, etc., are not allowed).
        ! They need not carry books.
        ! The departure of vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon owing to the
          celebrations.

14th November: Children’s Day Celebrations
Joy of Being Kids...
A cultural program will be organized for children and few fun activities will also be conducted as part
of Children’s Day Celebrations.

25th - 27th November: Sports Activities Days at Indira Park
Hop a Little... Jump a Little...
     The little slaters will all gear up to stretch their muscles and showcase their skills at various
     games. Children will be taken to Indira Park and various events like Hurdles Race, Balloon
     Bursting Race, Grab Your Share, etc., will be conducted.
     Class / Section                   Date / Day                        Dress Code
     Nursery - A, B, C, D, E        Monday, November 25th, 2019             Sports Uniform
     LKG - A, B, C, D, E            Tuesday, November 26th, 2019            Sports Uniform
     F, G, H, I, J, K
     UKG - A, B, C, D, E            Wednesday, November 27th, 2019 Sports Uniform
     F, G, H, I, J, K, L
     Note: Regular classes will also be taken up during these days.
            Please note that sports activities are held only for an hour or so.

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 28th November: Field Trip to Zoological Park.
 Let’s Discover more Friends around...
      Children are taken out on Field Trips to get away from the routine and learn while they play. At
      the Zoo, children will be taken around to see the animals. The concepts of wild and domestic
      animals will be introduced and explained clearly to them.
      Note the following points in this regard:
      ! The vans will leave sharp at 8:40 am from the school.
      ! Children coming by Own Transport should be dropped at school by 8:30 am
      ! Children should come dressed in their Sports Uniform. If, for any reason, the Sports Uniform
        is unavailable, children can be sent dressed in School Uniform (cream and green).
      ! Children should carry snacks, water bottle and a napkin in a labeled bag.
        NO POLYTHENE or PLASTIC BAGS WILL BE ALLOWED.
      ! Children need not carry books.
      ! The timings for this Field Trip will be 8:40 am to 1:00 pm
      ! In case it rains or is very cloudy, the Field Trip will be postponed to a later date and children
        will be in school for academics and other activities.
      ! The vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon.

 20th December: Last day for completion of Term-II Syllabus

 21st December to 2nd January, 2020: Revision for Term-II
      Proper revisions will be done prior the exams. Surprise Tests will also be conducted during this
      period. Thorough oral drilling and written practice is given. Children should be regular to school
      during this period. Time Table and Practice Papers will be sent across to help children revise at
      home.

 24th December : Christmas Celebrations
 The Season of Gifts, Giggles, Joy and Warmth
      After a hectic academic schedule, what could be a better thought than to celebrate with the
      'Jingling Bells'. For the Christmas Celebrations, children can come in civil dress. Girls can come
      dressed as fairies or angels (any western outfit like jeans / trousers / skirts / gowns etc., are also
      allowed) and boys in suits (any western outfit like jeans / trousers etc., are also allowed).
      Children will be entertained with 'A Christmas Play' followed by 'Carol Singing'. Cakes / Muffins
      will be distributed at the end.

      Kindly note:
        ! Since Christmas is associated with 'the joy of sharing' children will share their snacks with
          their friends during the short break. They can get muffins, plum cakes, cookies, etc.
        ! The children need not carry books.
        ! The vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon owing to the celebrations.

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28th December: Slate Family Fest (9.30 am to 12:00 noon)
    Parents can interact with the teachers concerned about the revision plan and guide their wards
    accordingly in their preparations for the Term Exams.

3rd - 9th January: Term-II Examinations
    The same procedure will be followed as done during Term - I Examinations.

10th January: Kite Flying Activity / Maths Theme Day
Soar High... into the Sky...
    For the Kite flying activity, children can come in civil dress. They can get kites from home.
    Children will enjoy this activity, under the supervision of teachers.
Magic of Numbers...
    Shapes will be the topic chosen for this day. Familiar objects from our environment representing
    different shapes will be displayed to help children relate with shapes. Various activities relating
    to the concept of shapes (Rectangle, Square, Circle and Triangle) and numbers will be taken up.
    Children can come in civil dress and get objects of various shapes from their homes. They can
    also get food items of different shapes for snacks.

20th January: School reopens after Pongal Vacation

25th January: Slate Family Fest (Report Card Day) (9.30 am to 12.00 noon)
    Parents can meet the teachers and collect the Progress Cards, apart from being a part of Slate
    Family Fest. For details, please refer to Slate Family Fest given in this book.

26th January : Republic Day Celebrations
    Flag will be hoisted by the cabinet members. Parents interested can bring the child for the flag
    hoisting. Details will be sent across through a circular.

13th February: Re-dedication Day
    On this day, we, the students and staff of Slate - The School take a pledge to rededicate
    ourselves to our duties. All the children and staff can come in white dress. (However, there is no
    compulsion). Children can come dressed in regular School Uniform too.

22nd February: Annual Day
Lights... Camera... Action...
    Our Annual Day will showcase the versatility of our children. The tiny tots will conquer the stage
    and cast a spell on the audience. A detailed circular with regard to the Annual Day programme,
    the timings, the transport arrangements etc., will be issued to the children much in advance.
    *The date of the Annual Day may change depending on the availability of auditorium.

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 5th and 6th March: Sampoornatha-II
 The same procedure will be followed as done during Sampoornatha-I

 7th March: Field Trip to Indira Park
 Fun under the Sun...
      The little ones will be taken for an outing to trot their feet and enjoy a stroll in nature.
      Note the following points in this regard:
      ! The vans will leave the school sharp at 8:40 am from the school.
      ! Children coming by Own Transport should be dropped at school before 8:30 am
      ! Children should come dressed in their Sports Uniform. If, for any reason Sports Uniform is
        unavailable, kindly send children in School Uniform only (cream and green).
      ! Children should carry snacks, water bottle and a napkin in a labeled bag.
      ! They need not carry their books.
      ! The vans may be delayed by half an hour or so in the afternoon.

 20th March: Last day for completion of Term-III syllabus.

 21st March to 2nd April: Revision for Term-III
      Proper revisions will be done prior the exams. Surprise Tests will also be conducted during this
      period. Thorough oral drilling and written practice is given. Children should be regular to school
      during this period. Time Table and Practice Papers will be sent across to help children revise at
      home.

 28th March: Slate Family Fest (9:30 am to 12:00 noon)
      Parents can interact with the teachers concerned about the revision plan and guide their
      wards accordingly in their preparations for the Term Exams.

 1st to 9th April: Term-III Examinations
      Term-III Exams will be conducted in the same way as the Term-II.

        * PLEASE NOTE that there could be some changes in the above schedule. For example,
        the date planned for a Field Trip may be postponed due to the rough weather. In case
        of any such change, it will be notified through the Student's Diary.

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
 MONTH             DATE    ACTIVITIES

JUNE        08th           Slate Family Fest (9.30 am – 12.00 noon)
            14th           School reopens for Classes – 2 to 4
            17th           School reopens for Class – 1`A’ to 1`H’
            19th           School reopens for Class – 1‘I’ to 1‘P’
            29th           LifeSkills trip to Sanjeevaiah Park(Theme: Ecological Awareness)

JULY        13th           House Visits (Own Transport)
            15th - 19th    Formative Assessment-I
            20th           LifeSkills Trip to Jalamandali Park
            24th - 26th    HALL - Health Awareness for Long Life (Health Days)

AUGUST      3rd            Cabinet Installation
            15th           Independence Day Celebrations (9:00 am to 10:00am)
            19th – 23rd    Formative Assessment-II
            31st           Slate Family Fest (9.30am - 12.00 noon)

SEPTEMBER   5th            Teachers’ Day Celebrations (8:30 am to 12:00 noon)
            11th – 19th    Sampoornatha-I
            19th           Last day to complete Syllabus for Summative Assessment - I
            27th           Bathukamma Celebrations (8.30 am to 12.00 noon)
            28th-9th Oct   Dussehra Vacation

OCTOBER     10th           School Re-opens
            10th - 25th    Summative Assessment – I (Orals and written) (Tentative)
            26th           GHAR – Grand Parents – Honour Admire Respect and
                           Diwali Celebrations
            29th –31st     Sports Activities Days

NOVEMBER    9th            Slate Family Fest (9.30 am – 12.00 noon)
            14th           Children’s Day Celebrations (8:30 am to 12 noon)
            25th – 28th    Class-Wise Knowledge Trips

DECEMBER    2nd – 6th      Formative Assessment-III
            24th           Christmas Celebrations

JANUARY     11th           Annual Day Celebrations
            12th – 19th    Pongal Vacation
            20th           School Re-opens
            25th           Life Skills trip to Vikarabad
            26th           Republic Day Celebrations (9.00 am to 10.00 am)

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 CALENDAR OF EVENTS
      MONTH             DATE             ACTIVITIES

      FEBRUARY     10th                  Rithika Gardens Trip – Class – IV
                   11th                  Rithika Gardens Trip for Class – III
                   12th                  Rithika Gardens Trip for Class - II
                   13th                  Re-Dedication Day
                   14th – 20th           Sampoornatha – II
                   22nd                  Rithika Gardens Trip for Class - I
                   25th–29th             Formative Assessment - IV

      MARCH        13th                  Last date to complete syllabus for Summative Assessment - II
                   14th                  Slate Family Fest (9.30 am – 12.00 noon)
                   23rd – 9th April      Summative Assessment – II (Orals and Written) (Tentative)

 Events and Celebrations in Detail
 School Reopens on -             14th June - Class 2 to 4
                                 17th June - Class 1 (A to H sections)
                                 19th June - Class 1 (I to P sections)
 Into the Citadel of Learning
       It is the day of reopening for all the children of the Primary School after the summer vacation.
       The children should come in complete School Uniform. It will be a full working day.

 29th June: LifeSkills Trip to Sanjeevaiah Park (Theme: Ecological Awareness)
 Tending today for a finer Tomorrow...
       As a part of LifeSkills Education Programme, children are motivated to maintain hygiene and
       also keep their surroundings clean.
       Various topics related to science, health, hygiene, etc., will be given to children a week in
       advance. A competition in performing skits will be conducted in the class itself. The best
       groups will get a chance to perform on the day of the Trip. They will also be observing various
       species of trees, apart from the other activities chalked out.

       Kindly note the following points pertaining to the Trip:
         ! The vans will start from the school sharp at 8:30 am
         ! Children coming by Own Transport should be in school by 8:30 am
         ! Children should come dressed in Sports Uniform. (If a student can’t wear the Sports
           Uniform, he / she can come in regular School Uniform - cream and green)

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        ! Children should bring lunch and water bottle, preferably in the school bag itself as it will
          be easy to identify the same. Moreover, they will be not allowed to use plastic bags or
          polythene bags.
        ! The vans will start from the park by 2:30 pm
        ! Children coming by Own Transport will return to school between 3:00 pm and 3:30 pm.

13th July : House Visits (Own Transport)
Together we can do so much better...
      ! At Slate, we understand that teaching in the class alone isn't the end of teaching.
        Observing and understanding children goes a long way into moulding them better.
      ! Hence, it is a convention at Slate that every year, we visit the houses of the students.
      ! This helps us understand the child better in his/her home environment.
      ! The details pertaining to the approximate time of visit and any other will be intimated
        through the Student's Diary.

15th to 19th July: Formative Assessment - I
Formative Assessment-I will be conducted during this period. Please refer to Examination
Schedule for the Time Table. Children will be made to do the Project Works before the Test. Every
day, only one Test will be conducted. No Home work will be given during the Tests, but new
lessons will be taken up since the Test will be conducted in the Zero Period. No request for
conducting the test in advance or re - test will be entertained.

20th July: LifeSkills Trip to Jalamandali Park (Theme: Leadership Skills / Talent Search)
Unearthing Talents... Identifying Leaders...
     We, at Slate, believe that every child is unique and possesses some special talents. To
     encourage these, children will be motivated to show case their skills in their respective
     classes a week prior to the trip. The best performers will get a chance to perform on the day
     of the trip.
     Kindly note following points pertaining to the trip :
    ! The vans will start from the school sharp at 8:30 am.
    ! Children coming by Own Transport should be in school by 8:30 am.
    ! Children should come dressed in Sports Uniform. (If a student can’t wear the Sports
       Uniform, he/she can come in regular School Uniform - cream and green).
    ! Children should bring lunch and water bottle, preferably in the school bag itself as it will be
       easy to identify the same. Children are not allowed to use plastic bags or polythene bags.
    ! The vans will start from Jalamandali Park by 2:15 pm
    ! Children coming by Own Transport will return to the school from 3:00 to 3:30 pm.

24th to 26th July: HALL - Health Awareness for Long Life
Eat Right... Be Bright...
     Learning never stops at Slate… And, this time, it's a lesson on good health via HALL - Health

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       Awareness for Long Life i.e; health days. Teachers will encourage children to take a balanced
       diet and avoid Junk food as a part of healthy eating. The correct way to use a spoon and a fork
       will also be demonstrated. They are also told about the harmful effects of using smart
       phones.

       24-07-2019        Why should we avoid Junk Food
       25-07-2019        Hazards of using Smart Phones
       26-07-2019        Healthy Eating - Balanced Diet Day

 3rd August: Investiture Ceremony
 Rolling in for Responsibilities...
       To nurture the leadership qualities among young Slaters, a School Cabinet will be constituted
       comprising the Head Boy, Head Girl, Assistant Head Boy and Assistant Head Girl. These
       young leaders will take an oath to wholeheartedly shoulder the responsibilities assigned to
       them.

 15th August: Independence Day Celebrations
       Flag will be hoisted by the cabinet members. Parents interested can bring their children for
       the flag hoisting. Transport facility will not be provided on this day.
       ! School timings will be 9:00 a.m to 10:00 a.m
       ! Children need not carry books and bags.
       ! They should come in Sports Uniform.

 19th to 23rd August: Formative Assessment - II
       Same procedure will be followed as Formative Assessment-I

 31st August: Slate Family Fest (9:30 am to 12:00 noon)
 Parents can interact with the teachers concerned about the revision plan and guide their wards
 accordingly in their preparations for the Summative Assessment.

 5th September: Teachers’ Day Celebrations (8.30 am to 12 noon)

 Details of the program will be sent across through a circular.

 11th to 19th September: Sampoornatha-I
 A sneak into the learning @ Slate...
       The main aim behind conducting this programme is to give an opportunity to children to
       overcome the stage fear, improve their Public Speaking Skills and instil among them a
       positive competitive spirit. The details about this programme are mentioned under ‘Policies’

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     in this Book. The programme will be held during the school hours. Regular classes will be held
     after the competitions. Children need to bring books.

20th September: Summative Assessment-I Revision Commences
     By this time, most of the teachers will complete the syllabus for the Exams. Revisions for
     Summative Assessment - I will start from this day. Parents are requested to send their wards
     regularly to school during this period. The entire syllabus would be revised. Children should
     be encouraged to revise the whole portion and read the Text Books at home too.

27th September: Bathukamma Celebrations:
The Flower Fest...
Details of the programme will be informed through a Circular.

10th October: School reopens after Dussehra Vacation

10th to 25th October: Summative Assessment-I (Orals and Written Exams)
     Please refer the 'Examination Schedule' for the Time Table.

26th October: GHAR - Grandparents - Honour, Admire, Respect and Diwali Celebrations
     What a joy it is to see three generations come together. On this day, grandparents spend the
     day with their grandchildren at school. Grandparents can also interact with the other
     children, tell them a few anecdotes and also get in touch with the teachers. Children will be
     presenting a cultural programme for them and also organize a few games. Children will
     celebrate Diwali also. They can come dressed in their traditional attire.
     (Boys: Kurta pyjama and Girls : Pattu langa, ghagra - choli etc). In case children do not have
     the mentioned dress, they can come dressed in casuals.
     School Timings: 9:00 am to 12:00 noon.

29th to 31st October : Sports Activities Days
Its all in the Game...
Various sports events and competitions will be conducted class-wise and house-wise in the
respective sports periods for all the classes.

9th November: Slate Family Fest / Report Card Day (9:30 am to 12:00 noon)
     Parents can meet the teachers and collect the Progress Cards, apart from being a part of
     Slate Family Fest. For details, please refer to Slate Family Fest given in this book.

14th November: Children’s Day Celebrations
The Joy of being Kids...
A cultural program will be organized for children and few fun activities will also be conducted as
part of Children’s Day Celebrations. School timings will be until 12 noon.

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 25th to 28th November: Class-Wise Knowledge Trips
 Observe... Absorb... Apply...
       ! Students of different classes will be taken to various places in and around Hyderabad.
       ! Children will be taken to the trips only during the regular school hours.
       ! Children need to carry their books and bags.
       ! Details of the trip will be sent across through the Student Diary.

 2nd - 6th December : Formative Assessment - III
       Same procedure will be followed as Formative Assessments - I and II.

 24th December : Christmas Celebrations
 For jolly good times... with lots of fun... to care and share...
         ! Children can come dressed in western dresses like Jeans, T-shirts, formal pants, frocks,
           skirts, etc.
         ! Carols will be sung and skits will be performed to explain the importance of the festival.
         ! The School functions till 12 noon on this day.

 11th January: Annual Day at Lalitha Kala Thoranam
 An event of different kind...
       Annual Days at Slate are a judicious mix of all genres of entertainment as well as convey very
       useful social messages. Further details will be sent across through a Circular.

 20th January: School reopens after Pongal Vacation

 25th January: Life Skills Trip to Vikarabad
 Details of the trip will be sent across in a circular

 26th January : Republic Day Celebrations
       Flag will be hoisted by the cabinet members. Parents interested can bring the child for the
       flag hoisting. Transport facility will not be provided on this day.
          ! School timings will be 9:00 am to 10:00 am
          ! Children need not carry books and bags.
          ! They should come in Sports Uniform.

 Rithika Gardens Trips
       10th February: Class-4
       11th February : Class-3
       12th February: Class-2
       22nd February: Class-1

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Together lets make memories...
    Students will be taken on a recreational trip to Rithika Gardens. The details of the trip will be
    intimated through a Circular.

13th February: Re-dedication Day
    On this day, we, the students and staff of Slate - The school take a pledge to rededicate
    ourselves to our duties. All the children and staff can come in white dress. (However, there is
    no compulsion). Children can come dressed in regular School Uniform too.

14th-20th February: Sampoornatha-II
The same procedure will be followed as done during Sampoornatha-I

25th - 29th February: Formative Assessment – IV
    Same procedure will be followed as Formative Assessments-I, II & III.

14th March: Slate Family Fest (9:30 am to 12:00 noon)
    Parents can meet the Class Teacher/ Subject Teachers of their ward/s to discuss the revision
    processes and also the child's progress for the forthcoming SA-II.

16th March: Summative Assessment-II Revision Commences
    Same procedure will be followed as done for Summative Assessment - I.

23rd March to 9th April: Summative Assessment - II (Orals + Written)
Please refer the 'Assessments Schedule' for the Time Table. Same procedure will be followed
as done in SA-I.

    * PLEASE NOTE that there could be some changes in the above schedule. For example,
    the date planned for a LifeSkills Trip may be postponed due to the rough weather. In
    case of any such change, it will be notified through the Student's Diary.

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      Calendar of Events
       MONTH           DATE         ACTIVITIES

      June        12th to 14th      Hand Writing Days
                  22nd              Life skills trip to Zoo Park [Theme : Bio-diversity]

      July        13th              House Visits [Own Transport]
                  15th - 22nd       Formative Assessment-1
                  27th              Life Skills trip to Gandipet [Theme : Leadership]

      August      3rd               Investiture Ceremony
                  15th              Independence Day Celebrations
                  19th - 27th       Formative Assessment-2
                  31st              Slate Family Fest [9:30 am - 12:30 pm]

      September   3rd - 7th         Sampoornatha - I [Classes V to VIII]
                  5th               Teachers’ Day Celebrations
                  16th              CET - 1 [Centralised Evaluation Test]
                  27th              Bathukamma Celebrations
                  28th - 9th Oct.   Dussehra Vacation

      October     10th              School Reopens after Dussehra Vacation
                  10th - 15th       Oral Assessment [Classes V to VIII]
                  16th - 25th       SA-I [Written ] (Tentative Dates)
                  26th              Diwali Celebrations

      November    1st - 14th        Sports Activity Days
                  9th               Slate Family Fest [9.30 am - 12.30 pm]
                  9th & 10th        Trip to Warangal [Apple Sections]
                  14th              Children's Day Celebrations
                  18th - 23rd       Class wise Field Trips [Theme - Empathy]
                  30th & 1st Dec    Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class X]

      December    2nd to 9th        Formative Assessment - 3
                  14th & 15th       Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class IX]
                  23rd              CET - 2
                  24th              Christmas Celebrations
                  24th & 25th       Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class VIII]

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Calendar of Events
 MONTH              DATE         ACTIVITIES

January      11th                 Annual Day
             12th - 19th          Pongal Vacation
             20th                 School Reopens after Pongal Vacation
             20th to 22nd         Hand Writing Days
             25th & 26th          Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class VII]
             26th                 Republic Day Celebrations

February     1st & 2nd            Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class VI]
             8th & 9th            Trip to Rithika Gardens [Class V]
             10th - 15th          Sampoornatha - II
             13th                 Re-dedication Day & Value-Education Day
             17th - 25th          Formative Assessment - 4

March        2nd                  CET - 3
             14th                 Slate Family Fest [9.30 am to 12.30 pm]

           ! The Syllabus/Time-Table for FAs and SAs will be sent across through a circular
           ! Any change in the above given schedule will be notified through the Student's
             Diary.
           ! The SA schedules may change as per the Time Table issued by the
 NOTE        Government, which will be intimated through a circular.

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 Events and Celebrations in Detail
 12th to 14th June: Handwriting Days
 Good Handwriting is the picture of one’s inner self...
       The nuances of strokes and fonts will be taken up. Neat Handwriting scripts will be displayed
       on the notice boards. Students with the best handwriting will be awarded with Certificates.

 22nd June: LifeSkills trip to Zoo Park (Theme: Bio-Diversity)
 All for Nature... Nature for All
      ! Students of the different classes of High School will be taken on a trip to Zoological Park.
         Slaters will get a chance to understand the Bio-Diversity better and to do their bit in saving
         the planet for posterity.
      ! The details of the trip will be sent across in the Students' Diary or through a circular.

 13th July: House Visits (Own Transport)
 Getting to know children better...
   ! At Slate, we understand that teaching in the class alone isn't the end of teaching. Observing
      and understanding children goes a long way into moulding them better.
   ! Hence, it is a convention at Slate that every year, we visit the homes of the students.
   ! This helps us understand the child better in his/her home environment.
   ! We know relationships with teacher come second only to the ones with parents.
   ! The details pertaining to the approximate time of the visit and any other will be intimated
      through the Student's Diary.

 15th to 22nd July: Formative Assessment-I
      ! A total of four Formative Assessments will be conducted in an academic year.
      ! Slip Tests and Projects will be conducted much in advance.
      ! Portion will be intimated through the Student's Diary.

 27th July: LifeSkills Trip to Gandipet (Theme: Leadership)
 Dream More... Learn More... Do More... Be More...
    ! Children can choose a Leader of their choice and prepare a write-up.
    ! A seminar on the same will be conducted in the class during the LifeSkills Class
    ! On the day of the trip children can enact a skit or speak about the Leader they chose as
      their model.
    ! The best speakers will be awarded with Certificates of Appreciation.
 Instructions:
    ! Students should come dressed in the Sports Uniform.
    ! School timings for this day will be from 8:45 am to 3:45 pm for all (including APPLE Sections).
    ! The children must bring a book, pen, sufficient water and lunch.
    ! Children must not carry Junk Food and must avoid carrying polythene bags.

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3rd August: Investiture Ceremony
Leadership is responsibility rather than power...
    ! Constituting of new Student Cabinet (Investiture Ceremony), Commissioning of the NCC
      Cadets and a spectacular display of Yoga, Karate, Mass Drill as well as the School Band will
      be on cards.
    ! The Cabinet will take the oath of office and promise to abide by the rules of the school and
      also to encourage their fellow mates to follow the suit.
    ! A circular in detail pertaining to the plan and events for the day will be sent across.

15th August: Independence Day Celebrations
Celebrating Unity, Uniqueness, Harmony and Synthesis that is India
    ! As a part of Independence Day celebrations, the newly elected Head Boy and Head Girl
      will hoist the flag...and make speeches along with a few other children expressing their
      ideas on the occasion of Independence Day.

19th to 27th August: Formative Assessment-II
    The same procedure will be followed as was for the Formative Assessment-I.

31st August: Slate Family Fest (9.30 am to 12:30 pm)
    Progress Cards for FA-II will be issued. Parents can interact with the teachers concerned
    about their wards performance and seek the needed guidance.

3rd to 7th September: Sampoornatha-I
A reflection of holism @ Slate...
   ! Details pertaining to the same are mentioned in this book under ‘Policies’.
     The programme will be held class wise and the details will be sent through a note in the
     Student’s Diary.

5th September: Teachers’ Day Celebrations
For the influence of the teacher is eternal
It will be ‘A day of Self Governance’ where in children will take up the roles of teachers. Other
details of the program will be sent across through a circular.

27th September: Bathukamma Celebrations:
Festum flores...
    Details of the programme will be informed through a circular.

28th September to 9th October: Dussehra Vacation

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 10th October to 15th October: Oral / Internal Assessments for SA-I
      Since these assessments are carried out for only 1 period, regular revision for SA-I will go on
      hence children have to be regular to school and carry the required books to class every day.

 16th to 25th October(Tentative dates): Summative Assessment-I
      The dates given are tentative. SA-1 will be conducted as per schedule given by State
      government.

 26th October: Diwali Celebrations
 Lights... Sparkles... and Fun...
      Children can come dressed in their traditional attire.
      (Boys: Kurta pyjama and Girls : Pattu langa, ghagra - choli etc). In case children do not have
      the mentioned dress, they can come dressed in casuals.
      Other details will be sent across through a circular.

 1st to 14th November: Sports Activity Days
 More about being there than doing it...
  ! Class-wise and house-wise track and team events will be held during this period during the
     regular sports classes.
  ! Students of all the classes will be encouraged to take part in the various events.
  ! Winners will be awarded with certificates and medals.

 9th November: Slate Family Fest [9.30 am to 12.30 pm]
      Parents can meet the teachers and collect the Progress Cards, and discuss their child’s
      performance with the teachers concerned.

 9th & 10th November: Trip to Warangal [for Apple Sections only]
 Details of the trip will be informed through a circular.

 14th November: Children’s Day Celebrations

 Thriving on the Treasure called Childhood...

 A cultural program will be organized for children and few fun activities will also be conducted
 as a part of Children’s Day Celebrations.

 18th to 23rd November: Class-wise Trips (Theme: Empathy)
 Step in and Step up to Stand by...
      Children will be taken to different organisations and institutes in and around Hyderabad. For
      example visit to an old-age home or home for visually abled where in, children will get an
      opportunity to interact with the inmates and try to understand and empathise with them.

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    Please note:
    ! Since these trips are day - trips, the school timings do not change.
    ! Children will have to carry books, as they go visiting during the school hours itself and
       regular academics will be taken up.

30th November and 1st December: Class-10 Trip to Rithika Gardens
Moments today and Memories tomorrow...
    Away from the hectic academic schedules and the stress and pressure for better
    performance, we take the children to the quiet yet, rejuvenating recreational trip to the
    Rithika Gardens. It will be a sure welcome break. The details of the trip will be intimated
    through a Circular.

2nd to 9th December: Formative Assessment-III
    The same procedure will be followed as was for the Formative Assessments-I & II.

Trip to Rithika Gardens
   14th and 15th December: Class-9
   24th and 25th December: Class-8
Memories with friends mean a lot...
    Students will be taken on a recreational trip to Rithika Gardens. The details of the trip will be
    intimated through a Circular.

24th December: Christmas Celebrations
Tenderness of the past... Courage for the present... Hope for the future...
  ! Christmas will be celebrated this day in the school.
  ! A nativity will be enacted and the importance of the festival will be explained to the
    students.
  ! Santa Claus too would visit the school and children would have real fun singing the carols
    and ushering in the New Year with Santa.
Instructions:
   ! Children can come dressed in western wear.
   ! The School Timings will be 8:45 am to 3:45 pm.

11th January: Annual Day at Lalitha Kala Thoranam
Edutainment Galore...
    Annual Days at Slate are a mix of all the various genres of entertainment as well as very useful
    social messages. Further details will be sent across through a Circular.

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 20th to 22nd January: Handwriting Days
 Good Handwriting is Painting of True Voice...
    ! By writing continuously, one learns to write well.
    ! To encourage children to write better, they will be made to practice handwriting during
      their regular language periods.
    ! The teachers will guide the students with regard to the strokes, font and other nitty-
      gritties related to improving children's handwriting.

 25th & 26th Trip to Rithika Gardens for Class 7
 Fond fun with Friends...
      Students will be taken on a recreational trip to Rithika Gardens. The details of the trip will be
      intimated through a Circular.

 26th January Republic Day Celebrations:
 Identifying and Owning Social Responsibility
      Timing and other details will be sent across through a note in the Students' Diaries.

 Trip to Rithika Gardens
      1st & 2nd February for Class 6
      8th & 9th February for Class 5
 Good Times + Great Friends = Amazing Memories...
      A break from the otherwise hectic academic schedules, the trip to the Rithika Gardens will be
      a welcome break for the students. The details of the trip will be intimated through a circular.

 10th to 15th February: Sampoornatha-II
 A Mirror to the Love for Learning @ Slate

 The same procedure will be followed as done during Sampoornatha-I

 13th February: Re-Dedication Day and Value Education Day
 Values... Beliefs... Morals... Ingredients for Better Behaviour...
      The staff as well as the students will re-dedicate themselves to playing their roles to
      perfection and will take an oath to perform their duties as teachers / students to the fullest.
      Worksheets on Value Education will be given to the students to solve.

 17th to 25th February: Formative Assessment-IV
      Same procedure will be followed as done during the previous FAs.

 14th March: Slate Family Fest [9.30 am to 12.30 pm]
      Parents can meet the Class Teacher/ Subject Teachers of their ward/s to discuss the revision
      processes and also the child's progress for the forthcoming SA-II.

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“ Annual Day Celebrations that keep raising the bar ”
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  Assessment
   Schedule

A true test for the teachers
“ Learning the holistic way ”
pre-primary

Examination Schedule
                                                                               TERM 1
DATE       NURSERY                    LKG                        UKG
20-09-19               Vasireddy Rithika Memorial Fellowship Examination - I
21-09-19   Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills
           (Concepts)                 (English - Written)        (English - Written)
23-09-19   Numerical Skills           Numerical Skills           Numerical Skills
           (Orals)                    (Written and Orals)        (Written and Orals)
24-09-19   Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills
           (Orals)                    (Orals)                    (Indian Language)
25-09-19                                Art and Craft
26-09-19                          Listening and Spoken Skills

                                                                               TERM 2
DATE       NURSERY                    LKG                        UKG
03-01-20               Vasireddy Rithika Memorial Fellowship Examination - I
04-01-20   Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills
           (Concepts)                 (English - Written)        (English - Written)
06-01-20   Numerical Skills           Numerical Skills           Numerical Skills
           (Orals)                    (Written and Orals)        (Written and Orals)
07-01-20   Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills            Literacy Skills
           (Orals)                    (Orals)                    (Indian Language)
08-01-20                                Art and Craft
09-01-20                          Listening and Spoken Skills

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      Examination Schedule
                                                                                             TERM 3
      DATE           NURSERY                      LKG                          UKG
      01-04-20                   Vasireddy Rithika Memorial Fellowship Examination - I
      03-04-20       Literacy Skills              Literacy Skills              Literacy Skills
                     (Concepts)                   (English - Written)          (English - Written)
      04-04-20       Numerical Skills             Numerical Skills             Numerical Skills
                     (Orals)                      (Written and Orals)          (Written and Orals)
      06-04-20       Literacy Skills              Literacy Skills              Literacy Skills
                     (Orals)                      (Orals)                      (Indian Language)
      08-04-20                                      Art and Craft
      09-04-20                               Listening and Spoken Skills

       Please note the following points:
       1.    All the oral tests will be conducted before the examinations. The date of the oral tests
             will be notified through the Student's Diary.
       2.    No request for re-examination or exam-in advance will be entertained.
       3.    School timings during the examinations will be from 8.40 am to 12.00 noon.

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Examination Schedule [Classes I and II]

  FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 1         FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 2
Date       Subject               Date       Subject
15/07/19   Indian Language – 1   19/08/19   Indian Language – 1
16/07/19   English               20/08/19   English
17/07/19   Mathematics           21/08/19   Mathematics
18/07/19   Indian language - 2   22/08/19   Indian Language - 2

  FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 3         FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 4
Date       Subject               Date       Subject
02/12/19   Indian Language – 1   25/02/20   Indian Language – 1
03/12/19   English               26/02/20   English
04/12/19   Mathematics           27/02/20   Mathematics
05/12/19   Indian Language - 2   28/02/20   Indian Language - 2

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 Examination Schedule [Classes III and IV]

       FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 1          FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 2
 Date           Subject               Date       Subject
 15/07/19       Indian Language – 1   19/08/19   Indian Language – 1
 16/07/19       English               20/08/19   English
 17/07/19       Mathematics           21/08/19   Mathematics
 18/07/19       EVS                   22/08/19   EVS
 19/07/19       Indian Language - 2   23/08/19   Indian Language - 2

       FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 3          FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 4
 Date           Subject               Date       Subject
 02/12/19       Indian Language – 1   25/02/20   Indian Language – 1
 03/12/19       English               26/02/20   English
 04/12/19       Mathematics           27/02/20   Mathematics
 05/12/19       EVS                   28/02/20   EVS
 06/12/19       Indian Language - 2   29/02/20   Indian Language - 2

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Examination Schedule [Classes I to IV]

SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 1
           Class - I          Class - II          Class - III         Class -IV
Date       Subjects           Subjects            Subjects            Subjects

                                      ORAL EXAMINATIONS

10/10/19   Mathematics        Mathematics         Mathematics         Mathematics

11/10/19   English            English             English             English

14/10/19   Indian Lang - 1     Indian Lang - 1    Indian Lang - 1     Indian Lang - 1

15/10/19   Indian Lang - 2    Indian Lang - 2     Indian Lang - 2     Indian Lang - 2

16/10/19       Spoken / Listening Skills          EVS                 EVS

                                      WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

17/10/19               Revision day               Colouring           Colouring

18/10/19               Vasireddy Rithika Memorial Fellowship Examination-I
19/10/19   Mathematics        Mathematics         Mathematics         Mathematics

21/10/19   Indian Lang - 1    Indian Lang - 1     Indian Lang - 1     Indian Lang - 1

22/10/19   English            English             English             English

23/10/19   Indian Lang - 2    Indian Lang - 2     Indian Lang - 2     Indian Lang - 2

24/10/19   Computers          Computers           EVS                 EVS

25/10/19   Colouring          Colouring           Computers           Computers

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 Examination Schedule [Classes I to IV]
 SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT - 2
                 Class - I             Class - II               Class - III                 Class -IV
 Date            Subjects              Subjects                 Subjects                    Subjects

                                            ORAL EXAMINATIONS

 23/03/20        Mathematics           Mathematics              Mathematics                 Mathematics

 24/03/20        English               English                  English                     English

 26/03/20        Indian Lang - 1       Indian Lang - 1          Indian Lang - 1             Indian Lang - 1

 27/03/20        Indian Lang - 2       Indian Lang – 2                    Indian Lang – 2

 30/03/20               Spoken / Listening Skills               EVS                         EVS

                                          WRITTEN EXAMINATIONS

 31/03/20                      Vasireddy Rithika Memorial Fellowship Examination-II
 01/04/20        Mathematics           Mathematics              Mathematics                 Mathematics

 03/04/20        Indian Lang - 1       Indian Lang - 1          Indian Lang - 1             Indian Lang - 1

 04/04/20        English               English                  English                     English

 06/04/20        Indian Lang - 2       Indian Lang - 2          Indian Lang - 2             Indian Lang - 2

 07/04/20        Computers             Computers                EVS                         EVS

 09/04/20        Colouring             Colouring                           Computers / Colouring

 NOTE: Oral Examinations
   ! The school will function normally during oral exams. School timings - 8:30 am to 3:00 pm
   ! No request for re-conduction will be entertained.
   ! Regular revisions will take place before and after oral exams.
 NOTE: Written Examinations
   ! School timings during written examinations will be 8.30 am to 12.00 noon.
   ! No request for re-conduction will be entertained.
   ! Children should carry their writing pad during the Examinations with the required stationery.
   ! They should get the colour pencils/crayons for Coloring & Fellowship Exams.
   ! The portion / syllabus for the Tests / Examinations will be sent before the Tests/Examinations.
   ! Any change in Examination dates will be intimated to parents through Student's Diary.

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