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PTC Slot Booking Details- 23rd March 2019

PTC Slot Booking Details- 23rd March 2019

Dear Parent,

The PTC for the Senior School students is scheduled on 23rd March 2019. During the PTC, respective subject teachers, as well as the mentor teachers, will meet the parents to discuss students’ academic progress, examination performance, academic or behavioral goals.

5 minutes slot will be opened by each subject teacher. Meeting time will be 5 mins only. Please note that you should not be spending more than 5 minutes with the subject teachers. Kindly do not exceed the timing allotted to you. Also, note that it is compulsory for all students to attend the meeting. Please go through the reports and papers before you come to the meeting.

In case your child has siblings in Middle Years or Diploma Program, make sure you refer to both grade & section link (calendar) so that you can book back to back slots.

You are requested to book the slot of 5 minutes for each subject teacher you wish to meet during the PTC or if you have received mail from subject teacher to meet.

If you want a slot of your preference then please book it at the earliest.

Please plan the slot booking so that you spend minimum waiting time in school and please consider transition time also while you move from meeting with one teacher to the other.

Section Subject Teacher Name Venue (where the teacher is going to be available on the PTC dates)
First Language English Mohini Bachani Room No: 121 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Second Language English Subhalaxmi Iyer Room No: 121 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
International Mathematics- Ext Kinjal Morkhia Room No: 125 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
International Mathematics- Core Devdatta Gupta Room No: 125 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Additional Mathematics Ruchita Patel Room No: 125 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Physics Vratik Upadhyay Room No: 127 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Biology Jay Kosambia Room No: 127 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Chemistry Abheek Chakraborty Room No: 127 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
India Studies Ayman Shaikhmahmud Room No: 123 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
India Studies Monica Agarwal Room No: 123 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Global Perspectives Rozyleen Chaudhary Room No: 124 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Global Perspectives Reshma Kachwala Room No: 124 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Global Perspectives Kopal Agarwal Room No: 124 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Economics Yasmin Shaikh Room No: 126 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Economics Malhar Trivedi Room No: 126 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Computer Science Bhagyashree Soni Room No: 122 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
ICT Bhumit Kansara Room No: 122 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Art & Design Pankti Chauhan Hippodrome
Enterprise Chaahat Dhall Room No: 123 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Enterprise Ila Sinha Room No: 124 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Hindi Ranjana Tandon Room No: 128 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
French Rim Baroudi Room No: 128 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)
Literature Nikita Jhaveri Room No: 121 (Block-1 , 2nd Floor)

P.S- For parents who come for PTC without booking a slot with the respective teacher that they want to meet- they will have to first book the slot by giving details to the admin person seated outside the Grade Wing on the day of PTC. Slots will be given as per the availability in the teacher’s calendar on the same day. This means that if you come to school without booking slots you may not be able to meet the teacher.

Please take note of below important points for smooth and effective PTC:

  1. Parents are required to book through parent mail id only. Any slots booked through personal id will not be taken into consideration.

  2. Please keep in mind the transition time (time taken to move from the meeting from one teacher to the next).

  3. Parents have to meet the teachers as per the slots assigned and should not exceed the time. Teachers will not meet the parents in any slot, other than the booked slot.

  4. Teachers will discuss the student performance, concerns and further steps to improve academic performance with the parents. Please do not expect the teachers to discuss the whole paper with the parents.

Fountainhead School​.

Change in School Timings for Grade 10 students from Monday (18th March 2019)

Change in School Timings for Grade 10 students from Monday (18th March 2019)

Dear All,

This is to inform you that the school timings for Grade 10 students will change from Monday (18th March 2019) after the Mock Exams till their Study Leave (6th April 2019).

Timing: 09:55 am to 01:45 pm

Hence, students are required to come by  09:55 am bus route and leave by 01:45 pm bus route.

P.S- Due to the change in timings the timetable has also been changed. You are required to check for the new timetable in the given link (open the link in a new incognito window)- Grade 10 Timetable  which will be applicable from Monday (18th March 2019),



Fountainhead School.

Microsoft Office Specialist Championship Competition

Microsoft Office Specialist Championship Competition

Dear All,
Fountainhead School has received an official invitation to be a part of the MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALIST(MOS) WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP  – a global competition for school students to showcase their digital literacy skills.
This MOS Championship Competition is happening for the first time in Surat.
One time registration cost is Rs. 1995/-. This competition will enable students to gain more exposure and high recommendations if they plan to pursue a career in Computers.
The student can achieve MICROSOFT OFFICE SPECIALIST CERTIFICATE (Globally Recognized Certification from Microsoft) in the regional round by just clearing the exam.
Microsoft World Championship
The Microsoft Office Specialist World Championship is a global competition that tests students’ skills on Microsoft Office Word, Excel® and PowerPoint® (2013 or 2016).
Students have to select any of the following
Microsoft office Excel 2013 or 2016
Microsoft Office Word 2013 or 2016
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2013 or 2016
Students will get E-learning Material for studying. School ICT teachers will help you to clear your doubts and concepts.
Take- Away
–   Microsoft Credential as an Office Specialist once you clear the exam
–   Co-branded Certificate of Participation
–   Certificates, Awards and Cash Prizes at Regional and National Level Toppers
–   National Winners get an all-expense paid trip to represent India in the World Championship
–   Opportunity to interact and network with students from other schools, regions and countries
–   Cash prize up to $7500 as prize money for the World Champion.
Dates and Venues:
Regional Round date on 21st April 2019 at Surat.
National Round date on 24th May 2019 at Pune.
International round is at New York in the month of 28 – 31 July 2019 (Sponsored)
Age eligibility 13 years to 22 years old as of on 15th June 2019
Last Date to fill this form and register yourself is 3rd March 2019.
For any questions, contact ICT Team.
Primary Contact – Shweta Gupte (
Fountainhead School.
IIMUN Championship Conference 2019

IIMUN Championship Conference 2019

Dear Parents,

Fountainhead School is proud to have been invited to participate in the prestigious IIMUN Championship Conference 2019 being held at Aamby Valley City the conference is scheduled from  15th-18th August, 2019

India’s International Movement to United Nations (IIMUN) is a movement to implement IIMUN Actionable Goals while bearing cognizance of the Sustainable Development Goals outlined by the United Nations. IIMUN aims to galvanize the youth to start taking an initiative in combating problems on an individual level, thereby moving from a mundane classroom discussion and bringing tangible change in an honest attempt to making this a borderless world. In 1947, when the world was asleep, India carried its first revolution and rose to freedom.

IIMUN has been the World’s largest education conference management brand having organized the World’s Largest MUN simulation in Mumbai amongst many other conferences. It also became the first organization to conduct multiple MUN conferences inside United Nations Headquarters in New York. IIMUN today touches upon more than 10 million young people in 160 cities and 22 countries annually.

Below are the details of the respective event:

  • Date:15th-18th August, 2019
  • Venue: Aamby Valley City
  • Approximate cost: Rs. 27000- 28000

The above-mentioned cost includes:

  • Accommodation and Food at the venue during the event: Rs. 25000 per student
  • 3 nights & 4 days accommodation on triple occupancy basis for students & double occupancy for teachers at 3-star hotel.
  • Meals include High Tea from 15th August,2019 to lunch on 18th August,2019. i.e 3 breakfasts,3 lunches, 3 dinners and 3 high teas.
  • Transport to and fro Mumbai Railway Station & Aamby Valley City.
  • Entry to all socials as per the itinerary.
  • Travel expense: Approx. Rs. 1500

[Train fares are a subject to change as it adds up other charges (taxes) after the payment is done.]

  • Miscellaneous charges (Includes Chaperone’s cost, food cost when it is not provided by the organisers & any other emergency expenses, which if not used shall be deposited back into Imprest A/c)
  • Further itinerary and committee allocation details will be shared later once we have the registrations.

Please note:

  • The above-mentioned cost has been considered for a minimum of 14  students, if we receive less than 14  student participants, the respective program might be cancelled or the cost might increase depending on the number of participants.
  • Final date to fill the form will be 28th February,2019. Please note once the form is filled we will commence with train ticket booking to get the best possible train, post which if you cancel, cancellation charges will be applicable.
  • Cheque of Rs.   28,000 needs to be submitted by 28th Feb.  The cheque must be in favour of “Fountainhead Education Trust”.                                                                                        In case of any concern/query, kindly feel free to reach us at


Events Team

Fountainhead School

Grade 10 – Seating Plan Details for Mock Exam

Grade 10 – Seating Plan Details for Mock Exam

Dear Students,

A gentle reminder regarding Mock exam, which will be starting from 4th March 2019.

Exam timetable has already been shared with you through the mail on 31st January 2019.

Students are requested to refer to the important note and instructions before the exams.

Click here – for 11:30 am, 01:45 pm and 03:15 pm bus route.


PS- 1st March 2019 is the last working day for students.


Please refer to the below seating arrangements for Mock Exams.

Grade 10- Mock Exam Time Table & Seating Plan


Fountainhead School.

SS Tarang 2018-19

SS Tarang 2018-19

Dear Parent,

It is our pleasure to announce a grand day where students will showcase their talent and learning through Tarang 2018-19 (Arts and Design performances – Celebration of learning).

We heartily welcome you all to come, visit and encourage students during their performances.

Points to consider:

  • Date: 2nd March 2019
  • Venue: Fountainhead School
  • Timing: 8:30 am to 10:00 am for grade 7-8

              11:30 am to 1:00 pm for grade 9-12 (Refer schedule for details)

  • Students of grade 7-8 will reach school by 8:00 am, click here for the bus route.
  • Students of grade 9-12 will reach school by 11:00 am, click here for the bus route.
  • Students need to bring breakfast
  • After the event students will leave with the parents. Drop off transport will not be provided
  • Parents need to carry RFID card without fail


Activity Venue
Band performances FS Ground
Drums performances (Grade 7 and 8) Y-box
Drama Hippodrome
Dance Folk/DEP (Grade 7 to 12) (8:30 am to 10:00 am) Rendezvous
Visual Arts Lawn area near Atrium
Makers Atrium
Digital Media (Grade 7 to 12) (8:30 am to 10:00 am) X-box
Cooking Lawn area block 5

Important Note:

Over the past years, it has been observed that parents tend to start walking out of the venue as soon as their child’s performance is over which is disrespectful to the students, teachers and other parents and also creates a disturbance at the venue. This experience led us to set the following rules for the audience:

  1. Parents cannot leave the venue in the middle of a performance. Exit will be prohibited once you enter. Security will be posted at each venue. Kindly cooperate with the staff and treat them with respect.
  2. Parents of Grade 7 and 8 students are expected to be seated at the venue by 8:25 am.
  3. Parents of Grade 9-12 students are expected to be seated at the venue by 11:25 am. Moreover, Grade 9 to 12 Drama performances may exceed the time limit and get over around 1:20 pm rather than 1:00 pm.
  4. Parents will be not allowed to enter a venue once the performance has started. (8:35 & 11:35 respectively)
  5. RFID card will be checked at the school entry and exit.

Wish you all a happy celebration of learning…!!! Thank you.



Fountainhead School.

Guest Speaker Sessions by Mr. Tenzin Tsundue

Guest Speaker Sessions by Mr. Tenzin Tsundue


Born to a Tibetan refugee family who laboured on India’s border roads around Manali, North India, during the chaotic era of Tibetan refugee resettlement in the early seventies, we introduce to you, Mr. Tenzin Tsundue, a writer-activist, a rare blend in the Tibetan community in exile. He published his first book of poems, Crossing the Border, in 1999 with money begged and borrowed from his classmates at Bombay University. In 2001 he won the ‘Outlook-Picador Award for Non-Fiction’. His second book, Kora, is already in its eighth edition, and his third title, Semshook, is in its third edition. This the third edition Tsen-GÖl, first published in March 2012.

After graduating from Madras, South India, he braved snowstorms and treacherous mountains, broke all rules and restrictions, crossed the Himalayas on foot and went into forbidden Tibet! The purpose? To see the situation of his occupied country and lend a hand to the freedom struggle. Arrested by China’s border police, and locked up in prison in Lhasa for three months, he was later ‘pushed back’ to India.

Find out more about him :

Fountainhead School welcomes Mr.Tenzin Tsundue to our school to conduct guest speaker sessions to enlighten our students in Grade 9, 10 and 11 regarding the ongoing Tibetan Conflict from various perspectives.

The details of the sessions are as follows: 

Day Session Students Topics to be discussed Timings and Venues
25th February 2019
Day 3
1 Grade 9 Tibet Conflict
– Why do conflicts occur?
– What role does Globalisation play in such          conflicts?
– Who are involved in the Tibet conflict and what are their views on the issue?
– Can freedom be ever achieved for Tibet? how? if not,  why?
– Moral reasoning of justifying wars/conflicts.
10.30am- 12.30pm
2 Grade 10 India Studies and Global Perspectives
– India’s disputes with China especially with regard to Tibet, 
– Refugee rights and Migration 
– India’s support to Tibet
– Difference of opinions and feelings between generations on the fight Tibetan independence.
26th February 2019
Day 4
1 Grade 11 Theory of Knowledge
– Media manipulation regarding the Tibet conflict that is occurring.
– Ethical aspects as freedom fighter “Are they really doing the right thing?”, 
– The truth about the conflict -different perspectives (personal level, the local level, national level, and global level)
2 Grade 9 Personal Project Students
Book Writing






Dear students,

You might be aware about the IAYP ( International Award for young people) program. You are just 1 step far from your Gold level certificate. You people are already doing activities which align with the requirements of the Gold level, hence you all are very much eligible for the certificate. But the most important step is to apply for the program. We’ve observed you people putting immense efforts in your CAS and other activities. Kindly have a look at the video shared below to understand the program in brief, later you will be a part of Google Classroom to receive all the updates.
Apply for the program to add an additional certificate to your portfolio. These are rare opportunities to enhance you portfolio and you should not miss out.
Remember… your gold level certificate is definitely of great importance and reward of your hard work and efforts. Also recognized by world’s most renowned colleges and universities across 140+ countries. There are more than 1.1 million participants involved in the program around the world.
We already have more than 80+ students from our FS, who have applied for different levels under IAYP and have achieved Bronze and Silver level award. However you may apply directly for Gold if your age is 16+
To apply for the program you need to collect the form, and submit the filled form with 3 passport size photographs.  (Link of the video)  (Link of the presentation)
In case of query, contact the below
Kopal Agrawal
Ankita Nandwani
Ruchita Patel
Bharat Suhagiya
Warm regards
IGCSE FInal Hindi Exam Seating Plan and Important Instructions

IGCSE FInal Hindi Exam Seating Plan and Important Instructions

Dear Students,

Please note that the final IGCSE Hindi Exam is scheduled on 21st and 28th February 2019.

You are required to follow the given seating plan for both the exams.

Candidate Number Venue
0001 to 0040 Hippodrome
0041 to 0065 Pulse

Important Instruction for the exam:

  1. It is compulsory to carry ID- cards for all examinations and the students should be dressed in complete uniform (no house T-shirts), school shoes, In case if you don’t wear complete school uniform you will have to stay back and a task other than preparation of exam will be given.
  2. Students can bring a bottle of water (transparent only), which they can carry in the examination room.
  3. All students should reach the venue at least 20 minutes before the time of the examination.
  4. Please note that writing is allowed only in black or dark blue, highlighter pens are not allowed, colors can be used for diagrams/maps etc. Pencil case should be transparent. Else it will not be allowed in the examination room.
  5. The Admit cards (Statement of Entry) will be given to the students on the day of each examination which should be returned to the invigilators after the examination is completed.
  6. The students are expected to sit in the order of candidate number, as placed on the desks.
  7. Checking of the students will be done before the exams start. Didi will check girls and bhaiya will check boys.
  8. Full center supervision – The key time for our center is 10:30 for the morning session and 2.30 for the afternoon session. This means that if the paper ends at 10:00 am, then the students will be under full center supervision. During this time, the students will be monitored within school premises and you are not allowed to have mobile phones or use any communication device, including the internet, during Full Centre Supervision. You can have books and revision notes with you during Full Centre Supervision. You can talk to each other during Full Centre Supervision, but you must not during the exam.  Do not leave the room until you are given permission to do so. If you need to leave the room you must be supervised by a member of staff. If you feel unwell during Full Centre Supervision tell the person in charge of the session. Students are expected to cooperate during full center supervision.
  9. Students will not be able to leave the examination hall during the start and end of the exam (30 minutes). Eg: If the paper is for 45 minutes or 1 hour then you will not be allowed to leave the examination hall till the end.
  10. For Listening Exam, students will have to write the exam silently without any disturbance as the audio will be played only one time.

In case of any confusion please feel free to contact me (Vaibhavi Patel).



Fountainhead School.

Marcet Football Clinic at Fountainhead school for Grade 10

Marcet Football Clinic at Fountainhead school for Grade 10

Fountainhead in collaboration with Edutours, Mumbai, is arranging Marcet Football Clinic at Fountainhead school for our students:-

Introduction of EDUTOURS,

Edutours Rising Star Pvt. Ltd. is a Mumbai based sports travel company. Our school has been partnering with Edutour since many years, successfully completing trips to Delhi, Hungary, France and Austria.

They work closely with the ALL INDIA FOOTBALL FEDERATION and are responsible for managing and executing overseas training programs and tournaments for India U16, U17 and U19 respectively.


Marcet Football Clinic at Fountainhead school


Marcet Academy is a premium academy in Barcelona.One of our students, Jay Dasadia has been to Marcet Academy, Spain and has given positive feedback about the institute and their coaches.

The academy will be sending across a team of Elite Coaches to our school wherein they will train the kids and make them better footballers.

These sessions would be an hour and a half long and would be conducted after school hours as we do not intend to hamper the academic schedule of the child.

There would be a total of 5 sessions conducted for each student in the week. At the end of the week there would be a small graduation ceremony and the participants would be provided with certificates.



  • The dates for this program are February 18th to February 24th, 2019.

The timings of the camp would be 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm. (Senior School students opting for this will miss their last slot)

  • The cost for this training program would be Rs 5,000. Kindly send cheque of Rs. 5,000 in the favor of “FOUNTAINHEAD EDUCATION TRUST”.

The cost includes coaching, transport, banana and energy drink and a jersey.

  • Minimum 3/4 coaches would be coming down from Spain to carry out this program.
  • This program would be open for students from grade 5 to 10.



Click to Access the form

*NOTE:- Students not performing well academically will not be allowed to participate in the camp. This decision will be taken by Senior school management. Also we’ll need parents’ consent after registration.

Fountainhead School recommendation:

We recommend all budding football players to attend this camp. We especially encourage girl football players to attend it.