ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR
PARENTS OF STUDENTS OF CLASS X
Held on 22 April 2017
An orientation program for the parents
of the students of class X (Session 2017-18) was held at The Air Force School,
on 22 April 2017. The event was conducted at the school’s Activity Hall from
08:30 am to 10:00 am. It was attended by parents of over 200 students. The
objective of the orientation was to apprise the parents of the new system of
examination and evaluation under the CBSE pattern of education, with the Board
Examinations in 2018. The other important objectives were to educate them about
the rule and codes of conduct at the school, along with the role of parents in
raising a teenager.
The first part of the session was taken
up by the Class X Representative, Ms Mithun Sarkar, as she started it with a
short prayer for the students. She presented the rules, ethics and codes of
conducted that the students are expected to follow, while at school. She told
the gathering of the CBSE’s stress on discipline and attendance for students. She
also highlighted the home work and class work schedules, the need to maintain
notebooks and submit them on time, and the work education and club activities
that the school offers to the students.
The second section was taken up by
school counselor Ms Ashima Verma, and senior teacher of Psychology, Ms Anchal
Dewan. They highlighted the several nuances of bringing up a teenager, so that
they grow up into healthy and happy individuals.
The third section of the program was
taken up by Mr Sujeet Chikara, senior teacher of Physics, as he explained in
detail, the new patter of examination and evaluation, under the CBSE’s
curriculum for the Board Examination, to be held in 2018.
The Principal of the school, Ms Amita
Gupta addressed the gathering, and spoke at length to the parents about their
role in helping their ward stay stress-free and contended, as they are at a
very crucial stage of their lives. She advised them, drawing instances from her
experience of over 25 years, that they should be a guide and friend to their
children, rather than imposing their wishes and ambitions on them.
The program ended with a vote of
thanks, extended by the Vice Principal, Ms Lomina Rajiv.
The parents opined that the session
proved to be a worthwhile experience for them, as they got clarity on the
curricular and co-curricular activities that their ward will have in class X.
They expressed hope that the new academic session will bring great achievements
and learnings for their wards.
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