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Senior Secondary

The Senior Secondary Stage assumes great significance as students for the first time move toward diversification. As such, they are better placed to exercise a choice of course keeping in view their needs, interests, capabilities and aptitude, which would enable them to cope with the challenges of future.

For +1, the following Options are available

  • English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science.
  • English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology.
  • English, Tamil/Hindi, Physics, Chemistry, Biology.
  • English, Accountancy, Economics, Business Studies, Informatics Practices.

SSM Central School offers the following facilities for the +1 Aspirants

  • Experienced pool of Faculties from Hyderabad.
  • NEET/IITJEE Coaching from MASTERJEE.
  • Modern, well-equipped laboratory facilities configured to support Practical Oriented learning in Physics, Chemistry, Biology & Computer Science.
  • Well Stocked Library with good collection books and periodicals.
  • Counseling Sessions to enhance learning.
  • Career Guidance & Motivation classes.
  • Seminars & Workshops to make learning an interesting experience.
  • A/C Hostel with Individual Care and Attention.

The broad areas that SSM Central School focuses upon include the personal, social and emotional development of the child through social activities, community events, team games and inter school competitions; the development of communication, language and literacy skills through poetry reading, public speaking, storytelling and writing; the development of reason through an emphasis on the methods of mathematics and science which are well taught and demonstrated in our maths and science labs; the understanding of the world and our rich heritage through educational tours and special classes; physical development through sports and creative development through the various extra-curricular activities that the school encourages.

HOUSES:

All children are grouped into Four Houses to foster and encourage keen and healthy competition in all aspects of their school life. Four houses are

Academic excellence with character and personality development is our ultimate goal. The well chalked out academic and co-curricular programme enables the students to attain their full potential to develop sound work habits. The academic work is centred on highly personalized attention and supervision.

Homework Policy

Homework is any work or activity which students are asked to do outside lesson time on their own.
Homework should not prevent students from participating in an activity after school such as sport, music or clubs of any kind. Equally, students should plan such activities to allow time to complete homework.

The purpose of homework

  • To encourage students to develop the confidence and self – discipline to work on their own, an essential skill for adult life.
  • To consolidate and reinforce skills and understanding.
  • To extend school learning, for example through additional reading.
  • To enable students to devote time to particular demands such as project work.
  • To support the home/school relationship

The amount of homework

The school does not have a fixed homework timetable , Students will need to learn to manage their time so that they do some homework each evening.

As a general principle, teachers will not usually set substantial homework tasks to be completed for the next day, but will give students at least two days.

The time devoted to homework should increase as the student progresses through the school.

Types of homework

Homework might include such things as:

  • Writing assignments.
  • Learning assignments.
  • Preparing an oral presentation.
  • Reading in preparation for a lesson.
  • Finding out information/researching a project.

It is important that students should have frequent and increasing opportunities to develop and consolidate their competencies as independent learners.

 

School’s responsibilities

  • The subject teacher is responsible for setting appropriate homework and marking it regularly. She/he should keep to the guidelines of time per subject.
  • The teachers have to indicate homework has been set by filling in the relevant information in Rapport and later through e-mail.
  • Teachers have to correct and hand back homework within a reasonable time. Substantial homework tasks should be set to ensure that there is more than one night in which to do it. This allows students to plan their time, participate in out of school activities if they wish.
  • Homework must never be used as a punishment.

Parents’ role in homework

  • Parents should support students with their homework but accept that their role will become less and less important as students become more responsible and independent.
  • Parents should try and provide a suitable place where students can work.
  • Parents should encourage students to meet homework deadlines. If parents feel that insufficient or too much homework is being set, they should contact the subject teacher or the class teacher who will investigate the situation.
  • Parents should make it clear to students that they value homework and support the school in explaining how it can help them to progress.
  • Parents should encourage students and praise them when homework is completed.
  • Parents can check for homework given on your email.

Students’ responsibilities

  • Students should always carry their Rapport with them and record all homework in it
  • Students need to accept that deadlines must be kept. If students are Absent, they need to find out what work has been missed and catch up on it as soon as possible on their return. Being away on the day that homework is set is not an excuse for not doing it.
  • Problems with homework should be resolved before the deadline. If Necessary students should the support of staff.

Students should take a pride in doing their Best

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