NEWSLETTER 03rd June, 2016

NEWSLETTER       03rd June, 2016

Namaste Dear Parents,

We hope that you have had a relaxing and wonderful break. The lazy days of summer are over and the countdown has begun as we are preparing to welcome our students. Making a school welcoming is much more than just decorating the hallways. It’s more about creating an environment where everyone feels the love and we at Suchitra work to achieve this goal.

Here is some great news we would like to share with you!!!


We are happy to announce a 100% RESULT of our second CBSE batch of grade X. They have passed with flying colours. Theirs and our efforts have really borne fruit !!!!

In all 14 students took the Grade X exams. Three children topped with a perfect 10, six with 9.8 to 9.2, two with 8.8 pointers and three with 7.2 CGPA. Heartiest congratulations to our dear students. We wish them success in all their future endeavours too.


The students of grades IX & X were back to school on Wednesday, 1st June, after what we hope was a wonderful and exciting summer break spent with family and friends. The school year is well underway with staff and students once again actively engaged in teaching and learning. We are excited about the educational challenges that lie ahead of us and know you will continue to assist us in our efforts to bring the best learning experience we can for our students.


The teachers are back to school after a relaxing summer break. The school is abuzz with activity. The teachers are gearing up for the upcoming session with fervor.  Classrooms are being done up; worksheets and practice sheets are being readied. Various professional development workshops are being conducted in the school to apprise the teachers with the latest happenings in the education field and also to improve their technology skills.


A workshop focussing on identifying one’s PERSONALITY TYPE was conducted by Ms. Trisha Chakraborty (Head of Research and Training) on 1st June. This session was based on the principles of Myers and Briggs who have worked comprehensively to understand the nature of human beings based on Jung’s theory. Teachers took the Myers and Briggs Type Indicator Personality Test to understand their personality type more clearly. At the end of the session the teachers could relate with their own reactions to different situations and were also equipped to work more effectively among children with a positive team spirit.


A workshop highlighting QUALITY CIRCLE TIME was conducted by Scholastic on Thursday, 2nd June. This session provided the participants the opportunity to explore this approach as a tool to develop the social and emotional competencies in children and young persons, namely raising self-esteem, promoting positive behaviour, building caring relationships, enhancing motivation and creating cooperative learning environments. It was a practical, hands-on workshop on how to organise and facilitate a Quality Circle Time in the classroom.


8th June, Wednesday                      – School reopens for Gr I-VIII

8th -14th June                                    – First Mid-Term Assessments Gr IX-X

13th June, Monday                          – School Reopens for Sr. KG & Jr. KG

15th June, Monday                          – School reopens for Nursery and PG

16th -17th June                                 – Celebrating Regional Languages

Dear Parents as we get ready to reopen, here’s a refresher about some of the rules and regulations. Please do keep them in mind for the sake of overall discipline.

Please note-

The School timings are 8.25 a.m. to 3.10 a.m.

Regarding Punctuality

School has zero tolerance for late coming. Anyone coming late for more than 3 times in a month is asked to go back and miss school for the day. A record of tardiness is maintained in the diary.

  • Leave for half day should be avoided as far as possible for security reasons. Once in school the student must be there for the whole day. In an emergency, written permission must be taken from the Dir – Principal.
  • Children, when sick, should not be sent to school to attend classes, tests, Spell bees or exams. This is for strict compliance. Once in school the child must be there for the whole day.

Regarding Birthdays

Children are permitted to come in personal clothes on their birthdays. The school follows a strict policy regarding celebration of birthdays in school. In order to ensure uniformity and a sense of fairness among students no cakes, pastries, or return-gifts are allowed to be sent to school.

  • Children may distribute chocolates or toffees in their own class and teacher only. They will not be allowed to distribute them to the entire school students or staff.
  • The child may donate a good book to the library.

Regarding Cell Phones and Gadgets

Cells phones are strictly prohibited in school. Students should not be found carrying the instrument at all. In case of emergency, the student can hand over the phone at the office and pick it up before leaving school. Unauthorized gadgets will be confiscated and not returned.

  • Students are not allowed to be part of any social networking sites like the Facebook etc. Parents are advised to keep a close check on their online activities.

The School is not responsible for goods lost. It is advisable not to bring valuable articles (like expensive watches, pens, mobiles, i-pods, cameras, pen drives, CDs, etc.) to school. If your ward needs to bring in any of the above mentioned items, it should be deposited with the class teacher for the day. In case, the student is found carrying any of these valuables they will be confiscated and not returned.

Regarding School Transport

Students are not allowed to change their bus route under any circumstances e.g. visiting friends or relatives etc. Students are requested not to damage, disfigure or destroy school property. Cost of any damage to cushions, covers, curtains or any other fittings, fixtures etc. in the bus shall be recovered from the parents of the student(s) concerned.

Indiscipline in the bus will not be tolerated and may lead to debarring the student from travelling in the bus or even discontinuation of the bus services for him / her.

Students / parents are requested to be at the pick/ drop point atleast 5 minutes prior to the given time. The bus shall not wait at any point. It is for the children to be waiting to be picked up in the morning and for the guardians to be waiting in the afternoon.

In case of a change of residential address or bus stop, kindly intimate the school immediately.


Students are expected to ensure that they……

  • have trimmed, clean nails. Nail polish is not allowed.
  • carry the diary to the school every day.
  • arrive at the school five minutes before the bell rings at 8:25am. (Parents are not allowed in the campus and must drop the child at the Security Office).
  • be habitually clean and always neatly dressed (ironed uniform). Boys should get their hair cut at regular intervals (no longer than 1 to 1.5 inches). No fancy hair-cuts, spikes / streaks are permitted.
  • wear the appropriate school uniform on all working days as well as on PTM’s.
  • write the name, class and section, clearly on all belongings with a permanent marker. Only then will we be able to help locate lost items.

Looking forward too the start of a new session.

Warm Regards

Renu Shorey

Director Principal, Suchitra Academy.


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