Parents Meeting – Grade 9 & 11 – November 18, 2023

Scholars Indian Private School places significant emphasis on the academic development of its students. With the transition of students from grades 9 and 11 to grades 10 and 12 for the upcoming academic year 2024-2025, the school took a proactive approach by inviting parents to a meeting. This gathering, held on the 18th of November 2023 at the school auditorium, was presided over by Chairman Mr. Habib Mundol, Principal Mr. Hameed Ali Yahya, and Vice Principal Ms. Preetha. During the session, Principal Mr. Hameed Ali Yahya effectively communicated the objectives and purpose of the meeting to the parents. He addressed and resolved queries raised by parents concerning CBSE examinations and various academic-related concerns. The meeting proved to be interactive and fruitful, providing a platform for open communication and collaboration between the school and parents.



















PTC Committee Meeting – October 3, 2023

The Parent-Teacher Council (PTC) meeting was conducted on 03 October 2023 to discuss the academic and behavioural progress of students and foster collaboration between parents and the school to support the student's development. The Principal provided an overview of the school’s academic performance and the extra-curricular activities conducted. The parent representatives shared their perspectives on setting specific goals and strategies for students to improve academically and behaviourally. The floor was opened for parents to ask questions or express concerns, which were addressed by the principal. Collaborative efforts between parents and teachers are invaluable in ensuring student's success. The meeting ended on a successful note.



















Parent Induction Programme (KG – Grade 12) 2023-2024

On Wednesday, April 5, 2023, Scholars Indian Private School hosted an Induction Programme for the school's new and eager parents of grade 1 to 12. This event was meticulously organized by the school administration with the primary aim of acquainting parents with the school's updated systems and procedures for their children. Recognizing the importance of a positive start to a child's education journey, the school deemed it crucial to initiate this formal introduction through an induction policy. This policy was implemented to ensure that every parent fully comprehended the school's operational procedures. During the program, parents were strongly encouraged to convey a message of motivation and reassurance to their children, emphasizing the significance of a supportive and encouraging environment. During the Induction Session, a comprehensive overview of the academic and co-curricular activities scheduled at the school was provided. Principal Mr. Hameed Ali Yayha elaborated on the teaching methodologies employed to instruct various subjects in both scholastic and co-scholastic domains. These explanations were extended to parents across all class levels, spanning from grade 1 to 12. During the gathering, Principal Mr. Hameed Ali Yayha informed about the various club activities and their pivotal roles within the school community. These clubs offer students opportunities for enrichment beyond the classroom, promoting both personal and academic growth. Additionally, parents gained insight into how participation in these clubs can enhance their child's social skills, leadership abilities, and overall character development Mr. Habib Mundol, the Chairman, delivered an address to the assembled audience during the gathering. In addition to his speech, he also provided an overview of the illustrious history of Scholars School, shedding light on its origins and significant milestones. Moreover, the chairman Mr. Habib Mundol shared the school's vision for the future, highlighting its dedication to providing exceptional educational experiences for students. The Chairman's address served as a source of inspiration and insight for the attending parents, further solidifying their connection to the school and its mission. The Induction Programme served as a valuable platform for parents to gain insights into the operational framework of the school. It underscored the school's commitment to fostering the holistic development of students, ultimately aiming to nurture well-rounded individuals.



















PTC Committee Meeting – June 20, 2023

PTC meetings play a vital role in fostering a collaborative and supportive educational environment for students. They provide a platform for parents and teachers to work together to address academic, social, and emotional needs, ultimately contributing to the student's overall growth and success. The first PTC meeting of the academic year 2023-24 was held on 20th June, on our school premises. The office bearers of the council were selected. This year also, owing to their great service in the previous year (2022-2023), Mr. Kamruzzaman and Dr. Manju have been unanimously selected as the president and secretary respectively. The principal updated the council members on all the important events that took place in the school. The format of the proceedings of the PTC was also updated to ensure maximum participation from all members.



















Awareness on Mental Health & Bullying for parents 2022

On the occasion of World Mental Day and National Bullying Prevention Week Scholars Indian Private School conducted an online awareness session on Mental Health and Bullying for the parent community by the School Counselor on 15th, 16th and 17th November. 2022. The topic discussed on the session was about mental health, different types of mental health conditions and its sign and symptoms. Also discussed about how parents can support children when a mental health problem arise. The session also covered detailed information on bullying, forms of bullying and what parents can do to prevent bullying. All the participating parents actively participated in the training session. The School Principal and counsellor addressed most of the queries of the parents.



















Coffee with teachers & PTC members

Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students and enthusiastic parents. The Scholars family is extremely privileged to have an active PTC, constantly striving for the betterment of the students and simultaneously the school. For the first time in the history of Scholars Indian School, the PTC along with the chairman of our school hosted an interactive session “Coffee with Teachers” for the teachers and the parent representatives on 29th October, 2022. The parent representatives appreciated the effort put forward by the teachers and cakes were cut to celebrate their unwavering dedication and commitment towards the children. The evening served an opportunity to both parties to have a heart –to-heart conversation about the things that really mattered, i.e. the welfare of our children. The event concluded with great coffee, loads of smiles plus complimentary gifts for the teachers from PTC.



















Parent Teacher Council 2022-23 (October 11, 2022)

At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents. The parent representatives of the Scholars PTC earnestly attended the meeting held on October 11, 2022. The principal briefed the parents about all the events happening in the campus. He laid stress on the importance of student’s accountability for their own education. Our students have been actively participating in various activities including competitions conducted by the Science India Forum. The school has also decided to give active roles to the student council members. The parent representatives have also joined hands to plan a series of activities for strengthening the parent teacher relationship. All the members extended their full support for the upcoming school evaluation as well.

















Parent Teacher Council 2022-23 (August 30, 2022)

After reopening, the first PTC meeting was held on 30 th August, 2022. Most parent representatives enthusiastically took part in the meeting to discuss the latest updates in the school. The chairman announced the infrastructural developments that took place in the school. To make students' commute a smoother process, we have added a new bus to the existing fleet of buses. The kindergarten section has been separated and given a fully revamped look by the art department of Scholars.  As usual, a lot of important matters were discussed including the sessions for development of campus culture, Grade 11 quarterly exam and the upcoming youth festival.

















Parent Teacher Council 2022-23 (June 28, 2022)

The second Parent –Teacher Council meeting was held on June 28, 2022 at the school auditorium at 7:30 PM for the academic year 2022-23. Most of the prestigious members of the PTC were in attendance to discuss about the upcoming school inspection. Mr. Kamruzzaman, the President of PTC, organized a small celebration to felicitate the school for its successful E-Safety accreditation. All the members appreciated this feat and extended their full support for the upcoming inspection as well.

















Parent Teacher Council 2022-23

The first Parent Teach Council (PTC) meeting of the academic year 2022-2023 was conducted on 7th June, 2022. Most parent representatives attended the meeting amidst their busy schedules. The office-bearers of the new council was selected on that day. Mr. Mohammed Kamruzzaman Bhuiyan has been selected as the President of the council whereas Dr. Manju Avinash Nair will be serving as the secretary. PTC meetings have been scheduled to be conducted on the first Tuesday of every month.

















Online Safety Awareness for Parents (Kindergarten to Grade 4)

Scholars Digital Citizenship Week (May 17 - May 20)


Scholars Indian School has observed Digital Citizenship Week from 17 May 2022 to 20 May 2022 with an intention to give the teachers, parents and students with some e-safety policies. An Online Safety session for the parents of Kindergarten to Grade 4 was conducted on the Microsoft Teams platform on Friday, 20 May 2022. The guest speaker for the session was Dr. Archana Pandita, Program Director, Department of Computing Science, University of Sterling, RAK Campus. She gave an online guidance programme on the topic ‘‘Awareness on e-safety & Best Security Practices’’. Mr. Hameed Ali Yahya, the principal of Scholars Indian School, gave a brief introduction to the session. It was followed by the session by the guest speaker. She made the parents aware about some e-safety measures that they need to implement in their day to day life. She talked on how the parents should keep their children safe when they are online. She also suggested some ways like using parental-control software, child-friendly search engines etc. The session also helped the parents to know the significance of ensuring privacy setting policies and some basic ways like knowing the child’s password, keeping security software up to date etc. She further added some basic internet rules for the children. The principal bestowed the speaker by sharing a certificate as a token of appreciation. The session was really informative.

















Online Safety Awareness for Parents (Grade 5-12)


The second session on online safety held for parents of grade 5 to 12 students was held on 18 May 2022 at 8 pm. The session organised as part of the Digital Citizenship Week was conducted by Mr. Sameer Abdul Latheef (Lead Auditor – Information & Cyber Security, Tasneef (Emirates Classification Society)). The parents had a different experience as the resource person more than educating on online threats, warned about the potential threats that we face due to our ignorance. He explained with examples the possibilities of getting our personal data stolen from social media sites when we post family pictures. He spoke about the need of protecting ourselves by choosing a strong password as many of us are careless in choosing password which can be easily tracked. The guidance was an eye opener to all parents to remain vigilant in online platform.

















Awareness Session on Child Protection


The school counsellor Ms. Venessa Staffi Pinto (School Counsellor) gave a comprehensive online session on child protection to parents on 9 th November, 2021 which enlighted the parents on the topic and gave them the space to premeditate on how to do their best as parents.

















Online Counselling Session for the Parents of Grade X & XII


Scholars Indian School organised online counselling session for the parents of grade 10 and 12 students on "How to support students to improve their academic performance" on Saturday, 26 February 2022. The session was handled by Ms. Rosa Nimmy Mathew (Head/Assistant Professor, Department of Counselling, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, Mangaluru-India). The session gave parents tips to reduce tension fear and anxiety among students during exams. The parents had an awareness on the best parenting techniques to support their kids during difficulties.
















Making sense of adolescents


School with the aim of enlightening the parents on how to deal with their wards in teens conducted a session on 3 July 2021. The session by the counsellor Mrs. Nirmala Nair (Counsellor, Scholars Indian School) helped the parents to cogitate on the ways to deal with the emotions of their wards.

















Induction programme for parents of Junior KG students


To know the school and to be a supportive hand to the kids, a meet up was held online on 18 May, 2021 for the parents. The session clarified all the norms and the modus operandi of the school, helping parents to guide their wards appropriately.

















PTC meeting


School PTC members meet on the first Tuesday of every month to discuss on the points from the part of parents representatives which they collect from parents from the grades they are responsible for. The office bearers of the current year is as follows: President – Ms. Fathima Shemim
Secretary – Mr. Vineeth A.V
Joint secretary – Mr. Nigil George


Power parenting by Dr. Alka Kathra


Parenting is a subject which has utmost prominence and gained widespread importance due to the emotional struggle of children during these days of pandemic. The students who are left to learn, sleep and play at home often miss their social connections impacting them adversely leading to unhappiness, lack of attention and inclination to filthy and fraudulent activities. Dr. Alka Kathra demonstrated a session in which the parents were given impeccable guidance on how to nurture, guide and rear up their children in a happy and conducive environment on 2 nd February 2021.


















Parental control and E-safety awareness


A session on Parental control and E-safety awareness was conducted by Mrs. Archana Pandit, Mrs. Yashi Singh and Mr. Ajai Victor from the University of Stirling, RAK Campus, on October 04, 2020. Parental control has to be mandated as the children are fickle minded in their early ages and tend to get misguided or misled by many attractive messages that may lead them to many problems. The session proved to be successful which helped the students to have a happy and safe e-learning environment.

















Cyber safety awareness


A journey through e-safety during the distance learning was facilitated by the school with the help of two resource people, Mr. Avinash Nagadi on September 20, 2020 and Mr. Shoeb Pawaskar on September 27, 2020. This session was aimed to equip students and parents with proper insights on how to remain safe and to successfully engage in all e-learning activities.