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Jamia Mohammadia Urdu high school

"MANSOORA", Malegoan, Dist. Nasik

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Curriculum

Cambridge Curriculum

Cambridge IGCSE is the world’s most popular international curriculum for 4-16 year olds, leading to globally recognized and valued qualifications. At Jamia MohammadiaUrdu high School, we follow the Cambridge IGCSE that encourages learner-centered and enquiry based approaches to learning. It develops learner’s skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, giving learner’s excellent preparation for the next stage in their education

Recognition

Cambridge IGCSE is taken in over 100 countries worldwide and are widely recognised by higher education institutions and employers around the world as evidence of academic ability. Cambridge IGCSE is equivalent to the GCSE in the United Kingdom. In some parts of the world, schools use Cambridge IGCSE as an international alternative to the local government's examination. Each learner's performance is benchmarked using eight internationally recognised grades (A*-G). In some countries, IGCSE qualifications will satisfy the entry requirements for university. In others, they are widely used as a preparation for A Level, AS, International Baccalaureate and US Advanced Placement courses.Grade C in IGCSE English (both First Language and Second Language) satisfies the English proficiency requirements of many universities in the UK and other anglophone countries.

Schools worldwide have helped develop Cambridge IGCSE, which provides excellent preparation for the Cambridge Advanced stage including Cambridge International AS and A Levels and Cambridge Pre-U, as well as other progression routes. It incorporates the best in international education for learners at this level. It develops in line with changing needs, and is regularly updated and extended. Cambridge IGCSE teachers can draw on excellent resources, training and advice from subject experts.

Cambridge IGCSE encourages learner-centred and enquiry-based approaches to learning. It develops learners' skills in creative thinking, enquiry and problem solving, giving learners excellent preparation for the next stage in their education. Schools can build a core curriculum, extend it to suit their learners and introduce cross-curricular perspectives. Clearly defined learning outcomes and content, mean Cambridge IGCSE is compatible with other curricula and is internationally relevant and sensitive to different needs and cultures.

Schools can offer any combination of subjects. Each subject is certificated separately.Cambridge IGCSE develops learner knowledge, understanding and skills in:

Subject content
Applying knowledge and understanding to familiar and new situations
Intellectual enquiry
Flexibility and responsiveness to change
Working and communicating in English
Influencing outcomes
Cultural awareness

Assessment

Assessment for Cambridge IGCSE includes written and oral tests, coursework and practical assessment. Schools have the option of assessing learners using only external examinations or, in most subjects, combining examinations with coursework. Coursework is set and marked by the teacher and externally moderated by Cambridge.

Teachers who have received training from Cambridge, or who possess suitable experience of marking coursework may carry out this assessment. In most subjects there is a choice between core and extended curricula, making IGCSE suitable for a wide range of abilities. Each learner’s performance is benchmarked using eight internationally recognised grades. There are clear guidelines which explain the standard of achievement for different grades. Cambridge IGCSE examination sessions occur twice a year, in May/June and October/November. Results are issued in August and January.

Cambridge progression

Cambridge offers routes candidates can follow from post-kindergarten stage through to university entrance. Cambridge's provision also includes first-class support for teachers through publications, online resources, training, workshops and professional development.
Cambridge Primary
(5-11 years)
Cambridge Primary
Cambridge Primary Checkpoint
Cambridge ICT Starters
Cambridge Secondary 1
(11-14 years)
Cambridge Secondary 1
Cambridge Checkpoint
Cambridge ICT Starters
Cambridge Secondary 2
(14-16 years)
Cambridge IGCSE
Cambridge O Level
Cambridge ICE

CIPP

The Primary School programme at Jamia Mohammadia Urdu high school School is build upon the natural curiosity & Inquiry that children exhibit at this age. Children consolidate and connect what they learn.

CIPP at JMES is an inquiry based curriculum which encourages students to develop the conceptual understanding, knowledge and skills they need to become lifelong learners. JMES curriculum for students aged 6-11 years provides a framework for school to build its own unique curriculum. IT is learner centric and inquiry based. It develops learner’s skills in creative thinking, inquiry & problem solving, giving learner’s excellent preparation for the next stage in their education.

JMES teachers attend to every students needs individually and look into their overall development. A holistic development of every student is taken care keeping the Islamic values in mind.

JMES students are a blend of modern education with Islamic values.

 

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SCHOOL HOURS : MONDAY TO FRIDAY

Nursery

8.30 a.m. to 12.30p.m.

K G 1  and K G 2

8.30 a.m. to 12.30p.m.

Grades 1 to 5

8.30 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.

OFFICE HOURS

 9.00 a.m. to 12.00 noon – ON ALL WORKING DAYS

No school business will be transacted on public holidays

 

Rules For Parents

1 Please respond to notices sent through the School Diary by signing under it or writing a brief reply separately.
2 Please instruct your child not to leave the School premises if his /her auto rickshaw or personal vehicle does not arrive to take him/her back home. The student must remain within the premises and inform the class teacher/s. The School will not take the responsibility if the children leave the campus without permission.
3 We hope to keep you informed of important dates throughout the school year. Please check with your child’s class teacher regarding current and upcoming events/activities. Changes in dates and time inevitably occur and these may not be reflected in our school website.
4 Parents and guardians should sign in blue or black ink in all reports, circulars, note books, worksheets etc when required to do so.
5 Any loss or damage to school property by the student will have to be made good by the parent.

Health Care

A child will not be allowed to leave the school during the working hours unless, if he / she fall sick or hurts himself /herself. This leave can be granted with the permission of the Principal.

Parking

The school does not assume responsibility for safety of the vehicles of staff or parents.
Lunch & Snacks
1. Students bring their lunch baskets, all necessary accessories to be brought to maintain hygiene.
2. Parents, drivers are not allowed into the school premises to hand over lunch boxes without identity due to security reason.
3. Parents are requested to send enough food for their wards.
Telephone / Mobile Nos. of Parents
1. Any change in the office / residence/mobile number ,should be notified in writing to the School Office.
2. Cell – phones and IPods to school if found, it would be confiscated . Students are permitted to use the office telephone numbers in case of any emergency.
Library
1. Expose your ward to books and other good and healthy reading materials at home and always show your child that you love him/her, no matter what he/she does or does not do at school.
2. We have a well stocked library with books on all subjects. Students are permitted to use the library during the school working hours. Library books should be returned in the disputed time or a fine will be levied on a daily basis.
Transport
1. Please make arrangement to pick up your child from the bus stop. School will not be responsible for a child not being picked up at the stop.
Payment of Fees
1. Fees should be paid before the commencement of each term at the HDFC Bank.
2. Fees will not be collected by the bank if the card is not produced during the time of payment.
3. If the school fees are not paid in time, students results will not be declared and will not be allowed to appear for the examination/ assessment.
4. Fees paid after the due date will attract a late fee.
5. Change in fee structure is at the discretion of the School management.
6. The decision of the Management is final in all matters.
Attendance
1. Students must be punctual in reaching the school every day. The school gates will be closed at 8.20 am for Reception to Grade 10 and 8.30 am for Montessori and thereafter no child will be allowed to enter.
2. On the third instance of the late arrival at school, the student will be marked absent. A minimum of 95% attendance is compulsory. Students with 100 % attendance will be awarded certificates at the end of the academic year.
3. Regular attendance is important. In case of absence of more than 3 days, students will be required to submit a leave letter the next day, indicating the reason for absence. If the child is on leave due to ill health, a medical certificate and a fitness certificate should be produced along with the leave letter. If the child is absent for one or two days the leave record in this diary should be filled in by the parent.
4. If a student is not attending school for a long period(i.e. more than a week), a letter to this effect should be given to the class teacher / phase leader in advance, stating the reason for absence.
5. All students must be present on the re-opening day of each term . The name of the students who are absent on the re-opening day will be struck of the roles and the parents will have to seek re-admission.
Appointment with Principal / Teachers / Phase leaders
Parents may call on the Principal ,Teachers on any working day with prior appointment at least once in a month to find out about the regularity in attendance, academic progress and social behaviour of their child
Parents are not allowed to meet the teacher during school hours in the class room.
Open Day

PTA at Jamia MohammadiaUrdu high School

Parent Teacher Association helds meetings on 3rd Saturday of every month between 11AM - 12 Noon. All parents are hereby requested to attend PTA meetings

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