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Language & Literature : Preparation of Documentary for Summative Assessment (Unit 3)

Language & Literature : Preparation of Documentary for Summative Assessment (Unit 3)

Grade9 – All
Homework assigned by:
Submission Date: Thu Oct 11 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Students will work on their documentaries by clicking, compiling and editing videos and/ or pictures. They will also brainstorm ideas for the script in alignment with the title.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: Not applicable minutes

Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Summative Assessment- Language & Literature

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by:
Assessment Date: Thu Oct 11 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Is seeing always believing?
Assessment Criteria: Criteria B and C
Details: Students are expected to create a documentary (3-7 minutes) portraying Surat as a city, a culture, or as an emotion.

You will reflect on the soul that gives life and form to Surat as a city.
Click and compile stills/ videos of festivals/ flourishing businesses/ heritage/ food culture/ beaches/ people and stories/ your connection with the city/ your favorite spot in the city/ Surat as a smart city etc.
Innovative ideas and personal involvement are most welcome and highly recommended in depicting what the city means to you. If your approach falls out of the above mentioned criteria, you need to get the same approved from your respective subject mentor/ s.

Students will cater to the modes, codes and conventions of a documentary learnt, while providing a suitable title and tagline to their film. The pictures acquired from online sources have to be minimum (10-20%) with apt citation.
Duration: Not Applicable minutes
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view

Senior School PTC – 1 (6th October 2018)

Senior School PTC – 1 (6th October 2018)

Dear Parent,

A gentle reminder for the SS PTC which is scheduled tomorrow (6th October 2018). Parents who have received telephonic call and mail from school to meet subject teachers are requested to come with the students at the given time. Those who haven’t received an invite can take a prior appointment with the respective teacher and come for the meeting if they wish to. For venue details, refer to the following sheet:

Venue Details


Fountainhead School

Student Support Classes (after school)

Student Support Classes (after school)

Dear parents,

We are committed to our students’ learning and to buttress the same, we are rolling out Student support classes after school for Math & Physics. We have asked students to discontinue tuitions with former FS teachers, and some parents have requested the school to give alternative solutions. So, we have initiated these support classes as a pilot beginning from term 2 in this academic year.

The main purpose of these support classes is to give the additional practice of the concepts taught in the class. In addition, this will give an opportunity to the students to clarify their doubts as needed. These are support classes and should not be looked as a substitute for teaching in the class. The teaching methodology and pattern will complement the method that is being taught in the class.


  • We intend to accommodate 10-12 students in one batch with a teacher.
  • For the pilot, we will start with 3 sessions per week (Mon-Wed-Fri generally, a schedule will be shared at the start of the pilot program).
  • The cost will be Rs. 120 / session for the pilot program. To start off with, students will be expected to attend at least 6 sessions. If they choose to continue after that then the minimum commitment will be for 2 months. The deduction will be made from the imprest deposit based on the number of sessions where there’s sufficient balance (if not, then a separate payment will be asked for).
  • Timings for the support classes will be 03:25 pm to 04:30 pm.
  • The students will get a break from 03:10 to 03:20, wherein they can get extra tiffin from home or purchase snacks from the school pantry.
  • The buses will leave by 04:30 pm. The bus route details will be shared with the parents later.

Points to note:

  • The same teacher who teaches in the class may not be available. The school will ensure that the assigned teacher is trained and capable of solving doubts for that subject and grade.
  • The planning and quality of support in the classroom will be checked and monitored by the school.
  • Teachers who opt for this program will be paid by the school based on the no. of sessions that they take rather than the number of students. This will remove any incentive for them to promote these support classes, especially by not teaching well in the class.

Students can take additional support outside the school with prior permission. Please refer to the updated tuition policy here.

We are starting these classes for Math and Physics for this academic year. If we see that this initiative works well in the interest of the students and there are no glaring concerns, then we will consider starting support classes for other subjects as well. If there isn’t much response, we may discontinue the same.

The last date to fill the form is 15th October 2018. The form will be taken into consideration only if it is filled using school parent id.

Form Link-  Student Support Classes



Fountainhead School.


Revised list of winners – Round 1 Science Trivia

Revised list of winners – Round 1 Science Trivia

Dear all,
First of all, a huge appreciation to all of you for your enthusiastic participation in Science Trivia 2018-19. Following is the revised list of students who will be representing their respective house for the final round of Science trivia:
House: Dignity
Saumya Shah Revelation
Hardik Adnani Epiphany
Vansh Agarwal Enigma
Kahaan Choksi Fortuity
House: Integrity
Yash Krishnani Revelation
Devanshu Vekaria Enigma
Anant Upadhyay Fortuity
Prisha Tak Fortuity
House: Liberty
Mohak Agarwal Enigma
Kanhav Todi Epiphany
Arrin Choksi Fortuity
Ayan Ratnani Serendipity
House: Unity
Yug Nakrani Revelation
Helly Sheth Eureka
Mudit Bisani Epiphany
Miraj Desai Eureka
A huge congratulations to all of you!
Brace yourself and get ready to shine in the Final round of Science Trivia 2018-19 which will be conducted on 9th October.
MYP Science team
Math standard/extended : Set Theory

Math standard/extended : Set Theory

Grade9 – G9 Fortuity,G9 Revelation,G9 Serendipity
Homework assigned by:
Submission Date: Thu Oct 04 2018 12:30:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: Yes
Details: Students are required to solve the questions of the link uploaded in the Google Classroom.
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view
Expected Time: 30 minutes minutes

An Open Writing Competition for grades 7 to 12

An Open Writing Competition for grades 7 to 12

The Rotaract Club of H.R. College, Mumbai invites participation in Handwritten Voices which is an open writing competition. This is a free for all competition in which the participants are expected to write on a common topic. Students get a chance to show off their writing skills on a global platform and compete with over 7 countries from all over the world. The best entries from each school will be published in various bulletins and publications to be showcased to varied audiences. The winners from each category will be published in local newspapers and be eligible for various prizes.

Please find below the guidelines for the same if you are interested in participating.

Topic- The Meaning of Peace


1. Any student above class 5 can participate in the writing competition.

2. There is no limit to participation for students.

3. No registration fee is applicable to the institution or the students.

4. All applications must be sent to school before the 9th of October, 2018

5. All participating schools will receive a certificate of participation.

6. All applications will be judged strictly on Creativity, Content, Language and Relevance to the Subject.

7. Applicants must mention their name and school name along with their email address and phone number on the application.

8. Each writeup must be between 500 and 2000 words.

9. All students participating will be receiving E-Certificates on behalf of the Rotaract Club of H.R. College.

Link to the Folder in which to add your write up.

Alternately, you may also send it to me by mail on
Best regards,
(on behalf of) Senior School Language team

Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Summative Assessment- Math standard/extended

Grade9 – All
Assessment given by:
Assessment Date: Tue Oct 09 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Unit Name / Topic List: Unit 3 – Mathematically Speaking
Assessment Criteria: Criterion C: Communicating and Criterion D: Applying Mathematics in real-life contexts
Details: Important Note – Kindly get the stationery.

Details of criteria-

Criterion C: Communicating
i. use appropriate mathematical language (notation, symbols and terminology) in both oral and written explanations
ii. use appropriate forms of mathematical representation to present information
iii. move between different forms of mathematical representation
iv. communicate complete, coherent and concise mathematical lines of reasoning

Criterion D: Applying mathematics in real-life contexts
i. identify relevant elements of authentic real-life situations
ii. select appropriate mathematical strategies when solving authentic real-life situations
iii. apply the selected mathematical strategies successfully to reach a solution.
Duration: 45 minutes
Central Presentation Link: Click here to view