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Dear Parents,

We have organized CONNECT (Session on DP Result) – Wednesday, 25th July 2018.

Timings: 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Venue – Y Box.

Session Format – Presentation & Discussion

What is “Connect”?

“Connect” is an open forum where school management shares information and updates with parents and parents can share their concern with the management.

What is IBDP?

The IB Diploma Programme (DP) is an academically challenging and balanced programme of education. This program is offered to grade 11 and grade 12 students.

IBDP Result announcement detailed report will be sent by today (21st July 2018) and you are requested to go through it before coming for the meeting.

Please note:

  • Kindly be seated 10 minutes before the start of the session in Y Box.
  • Since it is DP Result specific session, you can address any concerns related to the current results” & placements and board related queries
  • This is not a platform to raise any child-specific issues or any other issues.
  • (Another session will be held in early September for the – General Academic & Administrative Issues.)
  • CARPOOLING is highly appreciated & recommended since we have limited parking space.



Fountainhead School

Highlights and Homework

Highlights and Homework

Dear parents,

[Highlight Of The Week]

Students revised the concept of Indian and International Place value in Math.

Students learned mapping skills in UOI.

Students finished chapter 3 of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang using the strategy “Asking Questions and Making Inferences” in Language.



Math: Complete the mix-bag in the journal sheet provided to you – Cycle 5

Language: Read the story from the file shared with you and answer the questions in journal sheet provided to you – Language – cycle 5 


Stars of the day: Ishani Mevada, Prisha Nangalia( for becoming courageous during “Activity Jar” time) and Kunjjan Patel( For showing progress and committing to his goals).

Motivational Quotes


Fatema Topiwala


Announcement for the Selection trials of SGFI Roller Speed Skating Competition 2018

Announcement for the Selection trials of SGFI Roller Speed Skating Competition 2018

The School Games (S.G.F.I) Roller speed skating tournament is schedule on 28th July 2018 at SMC Skating rink, Jariwala compound, Katargam, Surat.

All the students that are interest to participate for the same will have to give the selection trials that are scheduled on Tuesday 24th July at 2pm. The selection trials will be conducted during the stayback. The students need to email me the registration for the selections latest by Monday 23rd July, 2 pm.

Only those students whose name will be received through the email (before  2 o’clock) will be allowed to do stay back  and give the trial.

Note: Competition is only for the Quad and Inline category for both boys and girls. Age groups are as follows:

Under 11(grade 3-5) Born on and after 01-01-2008 only.

Under 19 (grade 11-12) Born on and after 01-01-2000 only.



Dear parents,

Ask your child to read the following information and critically analyze where they want to visit for their UOI summative assessment and why?

Disclaimer: All the selected locations are child-friendly and will be explored by them accompanying a HRT. Kindly avoid influencing for the choice of place as this will not make their reflection very authentic.

Gopi Talav (Talab) is located in the walled city area of Surat in the inner ring (the older fort wall) and the outer ring (the extended fort wall) around the circular lake area measuring about 1,00,000 that includes water body 35,300 and surrounding area 64,700 The travel accounts of the 17th century describe Gopi Talav as “an important urban recreational space with religious significance.”


Surat Castle, or Surat Fort, is a 16th-century structure in the city Surat. The Ahmedabad king Sultan Mahmood-III ordered its construction to defend the city from the frequent attacks that had devastated it.


Jagdish Chandra Bose Aquarium is situated in the Pal area of Surat, Gujarat, India. It is the first multidisciplinary underwater aquarium of its kind in the country and named after the Bengali scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose.

English Cemetry: The tombs in English, Dutch and Armenian cemeteries at Surat are reckoned among the most important historical monuments in the city. It is reported that there was so much competition between the Dutch and the English in Surat to impress upon the natives their importance and power that they put mausoleums instead of tomb stones. Many of these are so ridiculously large and ornamental resembling Muslim tombs rather than the ordinary tomb stones in Europe.

Botanical Garden Surat is popularly known as “Sneh Rashmi Botanical Garden”. This pleasant garden is located on the bank of river “Tapi” in the “Ugat” area of Surat. Surat is one of the largest cities of Gujarat and well known as a “Manchester Of India”. If you are in search of a quiet and peaceful place in this crowded city then Botanical Garden Of Surat is the perfect choice for you. This tranquil place is the habitat of more than 1000 plant species. Nowadays it became one of the most visited attractions for tourist and residents. Lush green garden, Helium Balloon, Toy Train these are some attractions which are attracting many visitors, especially children.


Stars of the day: Pratham Sonthalia and Ananya Agrawal (making some interesting inferences)


Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala

Grade – 4 Gujarati Homework (Ab – initio level) Cycle – 5 (Date : 18/07/2018)

Grade – 4 Gujarati Homework (Ab – initio level) Cycle – 5 (Date : 18/07/2018)

ગૃહકાર્ય ( गृहकार्य ) :

૧) ગુલાલ પાઠ્યપુસ્તક માં પેજ.નંબર ૨૨(22), પર આપેલા વાક્યોમાં ચિત્રના નામ લખી વાક્ય પૂર્ણ કરો અને શબ્દ – ચિત્રના જોડકા જોડો.

૨) ગુલાલ પાઠ્યપુસ્તક માં પેજ.નંબર ૨૩(23) પર ચિત્રની મદદથી આપેલા શબ્દોને પૂર્ણ કરો

૧) गुलाल पाठ्यपुस्तक में पेज.नंबर 22 पर दिए गए वाक्यों में चित्र के नाम लिखकर वाक्य को पूरा करें और शब्द – चित्र का मिलान करें ।
२) गुलाल पाठ्यपुस्तक में पेज.नंबर 23 पर चित्र की  मदद से शब्दों को पूरा करें |

Grade 4 Hindi Highlights and Homework – Cycle 5 (18/7/2018)

Grade 4 Hindi Highlights and Homework – Cycle 5 (18/7/2018)

कक्षा कार्य :

1) “हिंदी की दुनिया” पाठ्य पुस्तक के पेज नं 64 से ‘पालतू जानवर’ पाठ का reflection लिया गया |
2) “हिंदी की दुनिया” पाठ्य पुस्तक के पेज नं 62-63 से ‘जंगल की दुनिया’ गीत का Audio सुनाया गया और विद्यार्थियों द्वारा इसका गायन किया गया |
3) “हिंदी की दुनिया” पाठ्य पुस्तक के पेज नं 65 पर दिया गया अभ्यास कार्य करवाया गया |

गृहकार्य :

“हिंदी वाचन पुस्तिका” के पेज नं 3 से ‘नन्हें चूज़े की दोस्त’ कहानी पढ़ें और निम्न लिखित प्रश्नों के उत्तर अपनी नोटबुक में लिखें |

*रिक्त स्थान की पूर्ती करें –
1. चूज़ा उचककर ____________ की पीठ पर बैठ गया |
2. मुर्गी घबराहट में ________ लगी |

*निम्न प्रश्नों के उत्तर लिखें –
1) बिल्ली किस-किस को खाने की शौकीन थी ?
2) मुर्गी क्यों घबरा गई ?

कहानी में आए कठिन शब्दों का लिखकर अभ्यास करें , कठिन शब्दों का श्रुतलेखन कक्षा में लिया जाएगा |

नोट –
१. लिखते समय सही वर्तनी (Spellings ) का विशेष ध्यान रखें |
२. अपने लेखन कार्य की दोबारा जाँच कर ले | (Recheck your work )
३. लिखते समय एक लाइन छोड़कर लिखें |
४. गृहकार्य पूरा करके अपनी नोटबुक गुरुवार को कक्षा में जमा करवाएँ |



Dear parents,


Thank you for ensuring students attend their vaccination.



To be done in Language writing notebook.

Abstract nouns:

It has come to my notice that most of you are struggling to understand the concept of Abstract Nouns. Hence read the information below/watch the video link and answer the following question. (A video link for the auditory and visual learners)



Abstract nouns

An abstract noun is the name of a quality, action or state. Abstract nouns refer to ideas that we cannot see or touch.

Examples are given below.

Quality – goodness, kindness, beauty, intelligence, generosity, cleverness, obedience, honesty, brightness, wisdom, bravery, courage, hardness, softness

Action – laughter, theft, movement, judgment

State – childhood, boyhood, manhood, youth, slavery, sickness, poverty, death, sleep

The names of the arts and science are also abstract nouns. Examples are: physics, chemistry, grammar, music

Abstract nouns can be formed from adjectives, verbs and common nouns.

From adjectives

Kindness from kind

Bravery from brave

Illness from ill

Honesty from honest

From verbs

Obedience from obey

Growth from grow

Pleasure from please

From common nouns

Childhood from child

Slavery from slave


Complete the following in your notebook:

Form abstract nouns from the following adjectives.

1. Long           ————————–

2. Strong        ————————–

3. Wide          ————————–

4. Young         ————————–

5. Humble      ————————–

6. Decent             ————————–

7. Cruel          ————————–

8. Bitter          ————————–

9. Prudent      ————————–

10. Dark         ————————–

11. Wise         ————————–

12. Good        ————————–

13. Vacant     ————————–

14. Sweet       ————————–

15. Human     ————————–

16. Free          ————————–

17. Proud       ————————–

18. Brave       ————————–

19. Novel       ————————–

20. Poor         ————————–

21. Just           ————————–

22. Vain          ————————–

23. Sane         ————————–

24. Ignorant  ———————

Also, complete the following worksheet:

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Star of the day: Ahaan Arora, Tatsat Mashruwala and Vaibhavi Reliewala (For showing enthusiasm during class discussions).


Important notes:

  1. Send the RFID cards tomorrow if not sent already.
  2. Ask your child to start reading a chapter book for the upcoming Book review.


Quote of the day:

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Fatema Topiwala

Important Note: No Screen Day

Important Note: No Screen Day

Dear Parent,

While digital devices can provide endless educational content, unlimited screen time can be harmful. With this thought in mind, we aim to continue with our initiative of No Screen Day every Monday.

No one learns in the same way because of different learning styles and different abilities. Technology provides great opportunities for making learning more effective for everyone with different needs. It is important to acknowledge that students are interested and engaged in using technology and hence we integrate some forms of technology in the classrooms to make teaching and learning more effective. Afterall, student learning is paramount to us.

Keeping this in mind, we have amended the policy. In order to avoid any learning loss, the teachers will be allowed to use some or the other forms of technology during classroom instructions on No Screen Day as well. This will help us cater to the varied needs of the students. But, a very close check will be kept and it shall be used only where any loss of learning is foreseen.

In order to successfully implement the No Screen Day for our students we seek your support. We are sure that with your support, together we will be able to create a conducive learning environment that will have a perfect balance between health and technology and ensure that the students refrain from using the screen at home.

Thank you for the cooperation!

Ritu Chopra