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Day: June 14, 2018

Home Visits

Home Visits

Dear Parents,

We as a school firmly believe that the school, students and parents are partners in nurturing the students and helping them progress and prosper in life.

We have various forums in our school to interact with parents such as PTM ( Parents teachers’ meeting) and PTC ( Parents teachers’ conference ) and various other events such as  student exhibitions, Annual Performances, Sports day etc. Through each of these forums, teachers make efforts to interact with  you, understand your goals and aspirations for your child, the relationship the child shares with the parents, siblings and other family members; the environment back at home, the kind of upbringing and exposure the child has, the schedule of the child etc.

What better way of getting first hand information on all the above mentioned aspects than visiting your homes and interacting with the family!

This will help teachers connect better with the students and their families and will help in developing the right approach for planning the way forward in guiding and mentoring the students.

Mentor (homeroom) teachers  of your ward will seek your appointment through a phone call for a mutually convenient time – before or after school, or on weekends. The teachers will be visiting your home for approximately 45 mins and it would be desirable if they could meet all the family members (all the members who stay in the house) and interact with them along with the student being there.

Parents are not expected to offer anything to the teachers. You may offer tea, coffee, lemonade, buttermilk etc. out of geniality.  

We believe that you will support the school in this endeavor in taking  a step forward towards knowing your child better and forging a way ahead towards his/her bright future.

Regards,

Bhumika Parmar (Senior School Vice Principal)

International Mathematics : Functions

International Mathematics : Functions

Grade10 – All
Homework assigned by: devdatta.gupta@fountainheadschools.org
Submission Date: Mon Jun 18 2018 00:00:00 GMT+0530 (IST)
Internet Required: No
Details: Complete Q 1, 2, 5, 9, 10, 11 from Exercise 21C from Haese and Harris book in your math notebook.
NOTE: This homework is only for International Mathematics Core students.
Expected Time: 30 minutes

Highlights of the week!! (11th to 14th June 2018)

Highlights of the week!! (11th to 14th June 2018)

[Highlight Of The Week]

  • Classroom routines and procedures were discussed with the students.
  • The students and teachers collaboratively made the class mission statement.

[Language]

  1. Read aloud of the book- The 7 Habits of happy kids by Sean Covey was conducted.
  2. Music and movement- Students enjoyed the energizer to the following tunes:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwT5oX_mqS0

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4gNCR0HVuk

[Math]

Revision of the concepts taught in Grade 1.

[Note]

  1. Homework will be sent regularly, please ensure that your child does the HW and brings it to school on regular basis. Please use the folder to send the worksheets back to school.
  2. Kindly send 2 big napkins daily with your child.

[Homework]

  1. Students have to complete the given Language and Math mixed-bag worksheet.

Regards,

Grade 2 Team

 

‘Grade 4, Valour – Highlights of the day: 14th June 2018’

‘Grade 4, Valour – Highlights of the day: 14th June 2018’

Day 3, Thursday.

Star of the day: (Wednesday) – Vyom ( For being responsible and committed to his work)

Group of the day: (Wednesday) – Creators (For following all the Essential Agreements)

Star of the day: (Thursday) – Preet (For being responsible)

Group of the day: (Thursday) – Creators (For following all the routines and procedures)

Highlights:

Math: Teacher discussed the answers to the questions in summer vacation homework and it was self-checked by the students.

Regards,

Poonam Sharma Yerunkar.

 

Math weekend homework

Math weekend homework

1. Make the smallest and the greatest number using the given digits:

  1. 7,6,8,0,0,5
  2. 5,8,0,1,0,3
  3. 7,0,0,9,4,6,8

2. Solve the following:

  1. 946 ÷ 9
  2. 798 x 36
  3. 838 ÷ 8
  4. 451 x 97
  5. 992 ÷ 12

3. Solve the following word problem:

  1. There are 172 mangoes. If each box can contain 1 dozen mangoes, how many boxes will be required? How many mangoes will remain unpacked?

 

Regards,

Grade 4 Team.