Reminder for Internal Assessment_Hindi_Grade_8_All_Sections_23/01/2017 to 25/01/2017

Dear Students,

As a part of Internal assessment ,students will prepare power point presentation  in Hindi on any  one topic. Topics are as mention below.

  1. Corbett National Park, Uttarakhand
  2. Ranthambore National Park, Rajasthan
  3. Sariska National Park, Rajasthan
  4. Kaziranga National Park, Assam
  5. Kanha National Park, Madhya Pradesh
  6. Gir National Park and  Sasan Gir Sanctuary, Gujarat

Students have to select any one topic and prepare the PPT slides and give 3 minutes presentation in the  class. Students has to cover following points in ppt-

  1. History of the park
  2. Name of the animals found
  3. famous for what
  4. code of conduct for visitors
  5. state-level eco-tourism strategy

They will be given the time limit of 15 days for preparation. Teacher can also ask the questions related to the Topics .

Assessment criteria will be– students should be able to present his ideas clearly, with correct pronunciation, using intonations , proper use of Hindi words and fluency of the targeted language.

Skills-  Communication ( reading and speaking )

  • We will going to take Assessment –

    23 January 2017, Zing

    24  January  2017, Zest and Verve

    25 January  – Exuberance and Vivacity


  • Hindi Team


Inter School Competition’s at Fountainhead – Bus Route’s

Dear All,

Please note that the students who were participated in the Inter School Competition’s at Fountainhead School, will leave from the school at 5:30 pm today .

Below are the Routes for the following – (Also note that the Buses may get late by 10 – 15 mins )

Bus no:-1
Sr. no Stop name Timing
1 S.D.Jain School Main Road 7:00 5:55
2 Someshwar Enclave Main Gate 7:03 5:50
3 Sargam Shopping Center 7:10 5:45
4 Dheeraj Sons Mega Store,Athwalines 7:15 5:40
Bus no:-2
Sr. no Stop name Timing
1 Noopur Hospital Main Road 7:10 5:50
2 Vijay Dairy (Gujarat Gas Circle) 7:20 5:40
3 Rocket Circle Main Road 7:25 5:35
4 Tadwadi Char Rasta Main Road 7:30 5:30
Bus no:-3
Sr. no Stop name Timing
1 Regency Tower – C 7:00 5:57
2 Umra Garden 7:05 5:53
3 Trinity Mall Main Road, 7:22 5:40
4 L.P.Savani School (Circle) Main Road 7:27 5:37
5 Subhash Garden Circle 7:35 5:25
Bus no:-4
Sr. no Stop name Timing
1 Opp. Sarela Shopping Center 7:00 6:02
2 Sun Tower Main Road 7:05 5:58
3 Opp. Amrut Kunj Complex 7:10 5:55
4 Gandhi Engg. College 7:15 5:48
5 Prime Arcade Main Road 7:22 5:38
6 Gail Tower Main Road 7:25 5:35

Bus no:-5

Sr. no Stop name Timing
1 Zenith Hotel (Old Amisha Hotel) 7:05 5:55
2 Barfiwala College Main Road 7:10 5:50
3 Bal Aanth Ashram 7:15 5:45

Thanks & Regards.

Ankush Bhasin ( PE-PO )




Grade 12 – Mathematical Studies SL – Mock exam details – March 2017

Dear students,

The following is the syllabus for Gr.12 Mathematical Studies SL Mock examination March,2017 :
(1) Number and Algebra
(2) Descriptive Statistics
(3) Logic, Sets and Probability
(4) Statistical applications
(5) Geometry and Trigonometry
(6) Mathematical Models
(7) Introduction to Differential Calculus
There will be two papers for Mathematical Studies SL  in the final term mock examination :
Paper 1 – 1 hour and 30 minutes – 90 marks – 40% weightage
15 Short response questions each of 6 marks will be asked to be solved by the students, GDC allowed
Paper 2 – 1 hour and 30 minutes – 90 marks – 40% weightage

6-9 Extended response questions,
GDC allowed

Important Note : 
  • Paper 1 is to be written in question paper itself and Paper 2 is to be written in the Supplementary Sheet.
  • IB Formulae Booklet for both the papers will be provided during exams.
  • Use of GDC is allowed in both Paper 1 and Paper 2
  • Graph Paper will be required in Paper 2 only


Ranjeet Dutta, Ruchita Patel
Educators – Mathematics

Grade 7 Integrated Humanities: Highlights of the week: 16th to 20th Jan.2017

Dear Parents and students,

This week we started with our new unit on India’s Freedom Struggle from 1857 to 1947. We started off by watching videos on Revolt of 1857 and a movie “Mangal Pandey: The Rising. Through these audio visuals we discussed the various causes for the revolt, it’s impact and result of the revolt.



I&S Team.

Grade 10_India Studies_Highlights of the week.

Dear Students & Parents,

This week in Grade 10 India Studies class, we continued with the last Case Study of the Syllabus.

How might India develop its programme to improve human development? Links for the same have been shared on Google Classroom and a video based on “Paani Foundation” too was shown.

In next cycle too, the same case study will continue.


Hina Hakim.

Educational Trip – PYP Exhibition Unit

Dear Parent,

We are soon going to enter the most important phase of the PYP, the culmination of the programme – The PYP Exhibition (PYPX). PYPX represents a significant event in the life of a PYP school and student, synthesizing the essential elements of the PYP and sharing them with the whole school community. The students are required to engage in a collaborative, transdisciplinary inquiry process that involves them in identifying, researching and finding solutions to real life issues related to the topic they have chosen.

During this process, it is also important for us to provide opportunities, in form of field trips, for students to get out of classroom and experience something new. Based on the requirements for the inquiry process, we have finalised an educational trip to Greater Rann of Kutch (GRK) / Little Rann of Kutch (LRK) from 16th March – 19th March 2017. The students will either go to GRK or LRK. The learning outcome of both the places are the same and students understanding would be similar.

The trip to GRK/LRK will:

  • Be a rich learning environment as students will be able to explore and inquire from actual hands-on experiences, rather than by simply reading or hearing about it. Involving in real world experience will make the inquiry process more meaningful and memorable resulting in a conceptual understanding of the topic.
  • Bring in a lot of expert insight – Opportunities to come out into the community to interact with experts to get first-hand information and experience.
  • Opportunities to take meaningful action – The things students observe and experience on these trips increase their motivation for learning and in turn broadens their horizon which leads to an action that arises from a genuine concern and commitment towards themselves as well as the society.
  • Provide opportunities to demonstrate and apply skills acquired during the PYP journey.

Hence, it is highly recommended for each and every student to participate in this educational trip, which will provide them a rich learning experience. These experiences will help them finalise a research topic that really matters to them to make the PYPX process a more meaningful and memorable one.

Please fill this consent form before 26th Jan 2017. The cost of the trip will be approx Rs. 10,500/- . The amount will be adjusted in imprest deposit as per actual cost accrued. Please send the cheque in favour of ‘Fountainhead Education trust’, latest by 30th January 2017.   


A fine of Rs 500 would be charged against any cancellation.


Zahabiyah Shaikhmahmood

Grade 6 – Team Leader





Highlights of the week.

Circle Time:

Word of the week– Responsible.

Morning message-We are responsible for our belongings. We are in charge of our actions.

DRILL:  Where do you live ? I live in Surat, Gujarat.

WIGGLE: https//

Introduction of Rhymes:

1.The River

The river is flowing flowing and growing the river is flowing down to the sea.

mother earth is calling me, Her child I always be.

the river is flowing flowing and growing.  The river is flowing down to the sea!

Written by: Diana Hildebrand-Hull

Phonological awareness activity:

  • Teacher picked up a random object from the classroom and asked for the rhyming words.
  • Teacher sounded out a letter and then the students were asked to make sentences using  the same sound (Alliteration)
  • Teacher gave a sentence and the students jumped and counted the words in the sentences spoken.
  • Teacher gave a sentence and students tapped their head or chin and counted the number of words in the sentence.


Revision of letters and their sounds using  flashcards and objects .

  •    Introduction of the letter ‘j’ through a story where different flash cards  were shown.
  •    Action:The children pretend to be like jelly and wobbled, saying ‘j,j,j’.
  •    Formation: It has a tail that goes down under the line.
  •    Blending of jet, job, jab, jug, jog, just.was done.
  • Worksheets related to the letter j ( identification, formation and its association)
  • Worksheets related to the tricky words which have been taught.

After introduction the following links were shown

Jolly phonics song link:-

Introduction of new tricky words: like, have.(revision of the previous tricky words)

  •    ‘Show and tell’ of letter j objects.
  •    Dictation of cluster 1 and 2 letters was taken.
  •    Picture Talk was done.

Guided play: Few tricky words were pasted and the learners had to move around, then when the music stopped the learners had to read the tricky words in front of them.


  • Revision of all the taught concepts (forward counting,backward counting, after numbers, before numbers, greater than less than and patterns).
  • Introduction of new concepts, top and bottom, thin and fat, narrow and wide.
  • Revision of all the operations like before and after number and number quantification.
  •  Show and tell (Cube)
  •  Oral chanting from 1 to 50.

Guided play:- Numbers were written on bowling pins where the learners had to roll the ball, read the number on the pin, then say the before number on the pins which had fallen.

Unit of inquiry

Transdisciplinary theme :- Sharing the planet.

Central Idea:- Plants sustain life on Earth and play a role in our lives.

Learning Engagements:

  • A read aloud of the book “The Family of Earth” was taken. Then using a picture of the Earth, an activity with the whole class was conducted where the learners understood that we share our planet with people, animals, trees/plants.
  • A read aloud of the book “The Giving Tree” was done. Learners were taken to KG Farm where they came to know about the trees, plants , grass and different parts of the plants.
  • Learners made their favorite food using clay and then through a discussion they gained an understanding that food items are acquired from plants and that is why trees are important to us.

Important note-

1.Please revise the taught curriculum regularly.

2.Do read to your child daily.

3.Please give regular writing practice to your child for the letters and numbers which have been taught.


Math: Firefly Number Book:  Page 68 to 72

Language: Phonics pupil book-1: Letters r and m

Have a great weekend !!!


Junior KG Team







Grade 10_Mock Exam Details_International_Mathematics_Core_March 2017

Dear Students,

The following is the syllabus for International Mathematics (Core) Mock Examination – March 2017 :

  1. Numbers
  2. Algebra
  3. Functions
  4. Geometry
  5. Transformations  in two dimensions ( Notation: Directed line segment in column vector form may be asked )
  6. Mensuration
  7. Co-ordinate Geometry
  8. Trigonometry
  9. Sets
  10. Probability
  11. Statistics

 Paper Component details –  IM Core :

  • Paper 1:  45 minutes – 40 marks – 25% weightage
    Short response questions. No calculators are permitted. Designed to assess knowledge and use of basic skills and methods. Any part of the syllabus content may be present in this paper but questions will focus on concepts which can be assessed without access to a calculator.
  • Paper 3:  1 hour 45 minutes – 96 marks – 60% weightage
    11–15 medium to extended response questions. A graphics calculator is required. Any area of the syllabus may be assessed. Some of the questions will particularly assess the use of the graphics calculator functions .
  • Paper 5:  1 Hour  – 24 marks – 15% weightage
    One investigation question. A graphics calculator is required. Any area of the syllabus may be assessed. Candidates are assessed on their ability to investigate and solve a more open-ended problem. Clear communication and full reasoning are especially important and mark schemes reflect this. The time allowance given for this paper allows students to explore and communicate their ideas fully.


Ranjeet Dutta

Grade 10_Additional Mathematics_Mock Exam Details_March 2017

Dear students,
The following is the syllabus for Grade 10 Additional Mathematics  Mock examination March 2017 :
(1) Sets
(2) Functions
(3) Quadratic Functions
(4) Indices and Surds
(5) Simultaneous Equations
(6) Factors of Polynomials
(7) Logarithmic and Exponential Functions
(8) Straight line graphs
(9) Circular Measure
(10) Trigonometry
(11) Permutations and Combinations
(12) Binomial Expansions
(13) Vectors
(14) Matrices
(15) Differentiation
(16) Applications of Differentiation
(17) Integration
(18) Further Differentiation and Integration
(19) Applications of Differentiation and Integration to Kinematics
There will be two papers for Additional Mathematics mock examination:
Paper 1 – 2 Hours – 80 marks – 50% weightage
Medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Electronic calculator with scientific function is allowed.
Paper 2 – 2 hours – 80 marks – 50% weightage
Medium to extended response questions based on the syllabus mentioned.
Electronic calculator with scientific function is allowed.
Important Note : 
  • Entire paper is to be written in the space provided in question booklet. No additional graphs or supplementary will be provided.
  • Formula list will be provided in the question paper.
  • All instructions will be available on the cover page of the instruction booklet.


Ruchita Patel.

Grade 12 – Math HL – Mock exam details – March 2017

Dear students,

Please refer the following details for Math HL mock exams, March 2017 :

1. Syllabus component :

All the six Core units will be assessed in paper 1 and 2:

(i) Algebra
(ii) Functions and equations
(iii) Circular functions and trigonometry
(iv) Vectors
(v) Statistics and Probability
(vi) Calculus

All topics will be assessed in paper 3.

Topic 7 Statistics and Probability (for 1 student)
Topic 9 Calculus (for rest of the students)

2. Assessment component :

(i) Paper 1 (2 hours)
No calculator allowed. (100 marks) (30% weightage)
Section A
Compulsory short-response questions based on the core syllabus.
Section B
Compulsory extended-response questions based on the core syllabus.

(ii) Paper 2 (2 hours)
Graphic display calculator required. (100 marks) (30% weightage)
Section A
Compulsory short-response questions based on the core syllabus.
Section B
Compulsory extended-response questions based on the core syllabus.

(iii) Paper 3 (1 hour)
Graphic display calculator required. (50 marks) (20% weightage)
Compulsory extended-response questions based mainly on the syllabus options.

Krishna Shethji