SACRED SOUL CAMBRIDGE SCHOOL
(Affiliated to CBSE, Affiliation No – 630197)
(Boarding and Day-Boarding)
Vill. Road (Aghar-Gangath Link Road), P.O. Panjahra,
Teh. Nurpur, Distt. Kangra (H.P.) – 176051
School Assistance Desk
1. Office : – 9816639077 – 01893204007
2. Fee and other Enquiry : 9418674773
3. Transport : 8988162026, 9816094277
4. Principal : 8894601897
5. Chairman : 9816638077
Email : sacredsoulcambridgeschool@gmail.com
Website – www.sacredsoulcambridgeschool.com
Chairman’s Message
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Sacred Soul Cambridge School was founded in the academic session 2012-13 to fulfill all the education requirements of the children of our area with clearly defined vision and mission.
VISION
To Achieve Excellence In Education & Dedicate Ourself In The Service Of Our Students Community, Society And Nation.
MISSION
WITH THE BLESSING OF ALMIGHTY. Sacred Soul Cambridge School came into existence with the aim to serve all its students and through them their families and the greater community with highest standard of education.
Sacred Soul Cambridge School will provide for each child enriching environment, the challenge to excel the opportunity to reach his/her highest level of academic achievement.
We are committed to teaching children to be effective lifelong learner while instilling in them a positive attitude about them-self and others.
Always use unique teaching practices and latest technology to foster a paradigm shift in the field of education and be open for suggestions and positive changes in pursuits of our vision.
The staff will strive to educate the whole child so that he/she develops mentally, physically, emotionally and socially.
Set tough goals for ourselves and review them critically and to be determined to achieve our goals in pursuits of excellence and continue this journey lifelong.
We have to accomplish this mission through active communication and involvement of all students, parents, staff and other community members.
Chairman
Sh. Jagdish Singh
Principal’s Message
“The heights by great men reached and kept were not
attained by sudden flight,but they, while their
companions slept, were toiling upward in the night”
H.W. Longfellow

Above quoted lines clearly mention that there is no shortcut to achieve success in life.Sacred Soul always inspires the students to set higher goals in life and to put their efforts to achieve them. I am glad to share that people of our area are much aware and are striving for the better education of their wards.

Sacred Soul is familiar with the desires and expectations of the parents and is committed to provide the education of higher standards in this area. I am grateful and thankful to all those parents who have been associated with Sacred Soul since its inception, have reposed their faith in the school and provided us valuable feedback from time to time. 100% parents satisfaction in terms of academic excellence always makes us proud and it reinforces us to work fervently.

With course of the time teaching methodologies and pedagogies have changed a lot. Multi-media and modern technologies have become an integral part of teaching-learning process. Keeping all these things in mind, we are providing SMART CLASS, E-learning, computer, and activity based education.

We have a strong team of teachers who are experienced, qualified and committed to set an example of academic excellence in the region. They pay personal attention to each and every child. They accept academic challenges with smile and work diligently to raise the standard of education. Our teachers remain in touch with parents through various modes and leave no chance for communication gap.
Old and traditional examination system has been replaced with the continuous and comprehensive evaluation (CCE) system by CBSE New Delhi. Evaluation of teaching-learning process is not an occasional activity. It has become a continuous process. Participation in co-curricular activities, regularity, and student’s behavior in and out of the classroom are also evaluated besides the classroom activities. Therefore, an active communication between school and parents is essential.

Student’s diary is a liaison between school and parents. It bridges the communication gap between parents and teachers. Parents are requested to check and sign the diary every day. Valuable feedback and suggestions for the improvement and quality of education are welcome.

Wishing you a very productive and successful forthcoming academic year !
Principal
Tarsem K.Sharma
General Guidelines to Parents / Guardians
Sacred Soul Cambridge School believes in discipline and firmness. Slackness, disobedience and disregard of rules are not tolerated. Any action likely to lower the image of school is regarded as a break of school discipline. The school reserves the right to expel students whose conduct is harmful to other students. Immortality, insubordination and contempt of authority are sufficient reasons for immediate suspension or expulsion.

1. Parents are requested not to visit the school to see the children or teachers during class hours. Although, they can meet Principal in the office before 11:30a.m. to 12:30 p.m. only.

2. They are requested to inform the school if there is any change in their address and telephone number.

3. Criticism of the teacher or school in the presence of the child should be scrupulously avoided because it causes the students to loose respect for their teachers with the consequent failure to learn from them.

4. Should there be any legitimate complaint please see Principal at once and he will go into these matters personally.

5. The Name, Roll No, Class, section and house of the pupil should be clearly marked on the belonging of the students.

6. Parents are requested to co-operate with the school in its attempt to help their children progress by paying attention to their regularity, punctuality and discipline and by taking interest in their child’s work.

7. Care must be taken of all school properly and if any damage is done, it will be made good by the concerned students together with a fine imposed for the offence.

8. It is not advisable to bring valuable articles like expensive watches, fountain pens, transistors, calculator’s mobile phone and jewellary to the school. In case of any loss of valuables or other articles, the authorities will try their best to trace them but shall not undertake any responsibility for the same.

9. Parents must consult the school calendar, date sheets and other circulars instead of making enquiries on phone.

10. All books/Note books must be covered with transparent sheet.

What is expected of Sacred Soul Cambridge Students
1. They should always be friendly who others in and out of the school.

2. They should avoid vulgarity in talk and behavior.

3. They should accept joyfully whatever work is assigned to them. They should face difficulties courageously.

4. They should always be ready to lend a helping hand at home to their Parents, Brothers and Sister, in School to teachers, companions and any unattended visitor they happen to meet in the School premises.

5. They should never cheat or be unfair at play.

6. They should stand when any teacher or visitor comes to talk to them.

7. They should be truthful whatever the cost may be.

8. They should never be cruelty, they should know that cruelty is a trait of a bully, while kindness is the mark of a gentleman.

9. They should cherish and maintain the beauty of the class room and of the school premises and report any damage they may observer.

10. They should respect the liberty and the rights of others.

11. They should not waste their time in idle gossip.

12. They should take pride in wearing school uniform.
13. Shouting or whistling is not allowed.
14. It is strictly forbidden to throw anything at anyone.
15. Students are not allowed to bring any sharp instruments to school.
16. Lending or borrowing of money or other articles is not permitted.
17. It is not advisable to bring valuable articles to school.
18. Students should observe politeness in manners wherever they go.
19. The school reserves for itself their right to terminate the studies of students with unsatisfactory progress IN STUDIES OR WHOSE CONDUCT IS VIOLENT OR SCANDALOUS.
PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEE.
1. School Fee payment options are monthly/quarterly /half yearly /yearly (you may opt any option).
2. Parents are advised to pay the fee by cash or cheque /demand draft in favour of Sacred Soul Cambridge School.
3. Parents and Guardians are advised to take the fees slip and also get the fees entered in the fees card duly signed by the fee clerk and keep it safe. As these can be instrumental proof of payment of fee if need arises.
4. Last day for payment of school fee is 10th of every month. After 10th a late fee fine Rs. 10/- per day will be charged. If fee is not paid for a particular month a late fee fine of Rs. 200/- will be charged along with the fees of next month before last date of that month.
5. In case fee is not paid consecutively for second month the name of the ward will be struck off from the roll.
6. Re-admission will be at the discretion of the Principal.
7. Transfer certificate or withdrawals are not are not issued until and unless all dues of school are settled.
8. Fee for the month of the July & August will be taken together in July and fee for the month of the February & March will be taken together in the February.

HOW CAN YOU HELP YOUR CHILD
1. Take active interest in your child’s work.
2. Keep in touch with your child’s class teacher through the school diary.
3. Always supervise home TV/Video/VCD/CD’s Viewing or listening.
4. Student learn better when they
SEE IT
SAY IT

HEAR IT

WRITE IT

USE IT

ATTENDANCE

• All students are expected to be present on the first day of the academic year, on the opening day after and on the closing day before every vacation.

• Repeated absence without leave or unexplained absence for more than ten consecutive days will render a student liable to be withdrawn and his name will be struck off the rolls. Readmission may be granted only on the payment of fresh admission fees subject to the availability of a vacant seat.

• It is mandatory for students to complete 90% attendance in a year to become eligible for the final exam. Any shortfall in attendance will render a student ineligible for any academic year.
• Student suffering from any of the following diseases must observe the prescribed period of quarantine before returning to school.
a. Chicken Pox : Till all rashes dry up.
b. Measles : Two weeks after the rash disappears.
c. Mumps : Until the swelling has completely subsided.
d. Jaundice : Until the disease is totally clear.
e. Conjunctivitis : Till redness of eyes totally disappears.
* Students after suffering from an contagious disease will be permitted to attend the school only on the production of fitness certification from a competent doctor.
BUS RULES
• Students are expected to be on the right side of their bus stop atleast five minutes prior to the arrival of the bus.

• The buses will not wait for late-comes.

• Children should stay away from the main road until the bus arrives.
• No Student should come near the entry door of the bus until it has made a complete stop.
• The drivers are authorized to stop buses at the designated stops only.
• When the bus is in motion students must not move around in the bus, they should not have any part of their body out of the bus.
• Objects of any kind must not be discarded inside or thrown out of the bus.
• No student is allowed to eat in the bus.
• The driver’s attention must not be distracted for any reason.
• Obey the staff, bus perfect, drivers & conductors of the bus.
• Queue up in a single line for boarding your buses.
• Move towards the buses in an orderly manner without pushing or prodding.
• Maintain proper discipline in the buses.
• Senior students to look after the junior students.
• Misbehavior in buses or damage to any part of the bus will attract serious disciplinary action, besides penalty.
• Get down only at your designated stop.
• Do not take your hand outside a running bus.
• Do not sand on the foot board.
• Do not bang the body of the bus.
• Do not pass remarks at passers-by.
• Do not spit outside or throw any article or waste out of the bus.
• Do not carry any objectionable material in the bus.
• Do not get down at stops other than your designated stop.
TRANSPORT
1. School transport is available on different routes.
2. Transport charges are taken on annual basis regardless of holidays etc.
3. The charges set by the school are not negotiable.
4. If any student discontinues the school bus before the Summer/Winter vacation and wants to continue it again then student has to pay the charges for the vacation period also.
5. Transport charges may be increased during the year due to hike in fuel charges.

CODE OF CONDUCT
• S.S.C.S. students are expected to behave in a polite and dignified manner at all times. They should be courteous and respectful to teachers and other members of the staff. They should greet their teachers when they meet them.

• S.S.C.S. being a co-ed school, its students are expect to behave in a manner which befits the spirit of the school and brings a good name to the school community.

• Presentation of any gift to any member of the staff be students or parents is strictly Prohibited.
• Students should not use abusive language. Bullying and use of foul language are punishable offences.
• Changing of classrooms between periods or moving from classrooms to any other venue for school activity should be done silently in an orderly manner.
• Students are not to stand outside the classroom during changeover of periods.
• Students are expected to take proper care of the school property. No student should damage any school furniture, write or draw anything on the walls or in any way damage things belonging to others. Damage caused even by accident must be reported at once to the Class Teacher or the Principal. Any damage done will be made good by the student responsible for it.
• Students and members of the staff are expected observe the green rules.

WITHDRAWLS
If a student has to be withdrawn from school, Parents are requested to give one month notice in writing.
During the session if the withdrawal is sought the free of that month along with pending installment of annual charges will have to be paid.
Security will be refunded after 3 months of the withdrawal.
HOW A CHILD LEARNS
If a child lives with criticism, he or she learns to condemn.
If a child lives with hostility, he or she learns to fight.

If a child lives with ridicule, he or she learns to be shy.

If a child lives with shame, he or she learns guilty.

If a child lives with tolerance, he or she learns to be patient.

If a child lives with encouragement, he or she learns to be confident.

If a child lives with praise, he or she learns to appreciate.

If a child lives fairness, he or she learns to have faith.

If a child loves with approval, he or she learns to like himself/herself.
If a child lives with acceptance and friendship,
He or she learns to find love in the world.

SCHOOL ASSESSMENT
• The school follows “Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation” (CCE) system which aims at “creating good citizens possessing sound health, appropriate skills and desirable qualities besides academic excellence” (as stated by CBSE).

• The school based evaluation of students will cover all aspects of a student’s development…….that includes “scholastic” and “co-scholastic” assessment. Some of the components of “scholastic” assessment will include …….assignments/class tests, research work, oral questions, class work/home work, project work, experiments etc. while the “co-scholastic” assessment will include-testing of social skills, emotional skills, thinking skills, co-curricular activities, clubs, attitudes, values etc.

• Parent ensure that the child is not absent under any circumstances during the “Formative and Summative assessments, as fortnightly or quarterly reviews will be held. No. assessment will be repeated.

• Formative and Summative assessments will be in form of marks which will be ultimately marked according to a set of grades.

• The major emphasis of CCE is on the continuous growth of students ensuring their intellectual, emotional, physical, cultural and social development and therefore will not be merely limited to assessment of learner’s scholastic attainments. It uses assessment as a means of motivating learners in further programmers to provide information for arranging feedback and follow up work to improve upon the learning in the classroom and to present a comprehensive picture of a learner’s profile (CCE Manual).


Formative Assessment


Formative Assessment


Month of :
1. Formative Assessment : April & May. June & Aug. Oct & Nov. Dec & Jan.
2. Summative Assessment : September and March.
Classes 1st to 10th
First Term:
FA1(10%)+FA2(10%)+SA1 (30%)= 50%
Second Term:
FA3(10%)+FA4(10%)+SA2(30%)=50%
FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE
F.A. I: April & May
F.A. II: June & August
F.A. III: Oct. & Nov.
F.A. IV: Dec & Jan.
Note: Class Test, Unit test, monthly tests and other activities will be conducted frequently every month and their marks will be added in the final assessment of each Term.
SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT SCHEDULE
S.A. I: 16th Sep. 2016
S.A II: 16th Mar. 2017
RESULT
S.A. I: 08th Oct, 2016
S.A. II: 31st Mar, 2017
New Session starts from: 11th April, 2017

SCHOOL TIMING
Nursery to 10th
Summer: April to Oct 8:30 AM to 3:30PM
Winter : Nov to Mar 8:30AM to 3:30PM
PTM DAYS
11th June, 2016

08th Oct, 2016

10th Dec, 2016

11th Feb, 2017

31st Mar, 2017

Note:- Above Schedule is Provisional and may change under unavoidable circumstances.
HOLIDAYS
14th Apr (Thursdays) Dr. B.R. Ambedkar Jayanti
15th Apr (Friday) Himachal Day
21th May (Saturday) Budh Purinima
7th June(Tuesday) Maharana Pratap Jayanti
20th June (Monday) Sant Guru Kabir Jayanti
15th Aug (Monday) Independence Day
18th Aug. (Thursday) Raksha Bandhan
25th Aug. (Thursday) Janmashtmi
12th Sep. (Monday) Id-Ul-Juhah
11th Oct (Tuesday) Dussehra
12th Oct (Wednesday) Moharram
14th Nov (Monday) Guru Nanak’s B’day
25th Jan (Monday) Himachal Statehood Day
26th Jan (Tuesday) Republic Day
22 Feb. (Wednesday) Guru Ravidas’s B’day
Monsoon Break – 04-07-2016 to 07-08-2016
Diwali Break – 28-10-2016 to 03-11-2016
Winter Break – 07-01-2017 to 16-01-2017