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Parental Advisory on Cyber Safety

  • British Council Language Centre

    Details of Courses:

    1. Details of the young learner courses :
    2. Details of the new courses to be launched for 5-6 years:
    3. Schedule
    4. Leaflet
    5. Trial Classes

  • READ TO FLY

    SSA invites parents to read with their children on fREADom App.
    Project fREADom Lab aims to equip every child and parent on their reading journey, and thus prepare them for a lifetime of success. Follow the steps in this program to prepare your child for the National English Reading Olympiad, to be help later this year. Research shows that a daily reading of 8 minutes on the fREADom app by the parent and child together, improves grades in English by over 60%.
    STEP 1: Download the FREE Reading App http://getfREADom.com/app
    STEP 2: Click on SKIP FOR NOW when asked for a WOW CODE while Registering.
    STEP 3: Read one story and one piece of news with your child every day
    STEP 4: Proceed to profile and enter SCHOOL CODE as 112064
    STEP 5: Receive a skill report, participate in the National English Reading Olympiad and stand a chance to become India’s Top Reader

    Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) advice for the public

    The significance of spirituality in education

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    FRAGILE LIVES Ms Devi Kar, Director, Modern High School for Girls ,Calcutta

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    The Telegraph – 28.7.16

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    PARENTS NEED TO BE CAREFUL ABOUT
    MONITOR YOUR CHILD’S VIEWING TELEVISION OR PLAYING COMPUTER GAMES
    Please monitor your child’s viewing the television and help them understand the difference between fact and fiction. The child must be guided about what to watch and also ensure that they are safe when they are alone. They must be cautioned that what is being shown is not real but a fantasy world. Parents must spend some valuable time with the children instead of giving them a computer game to play or watch such programmes on the television.