1. Academic Performance:
The school had a challenge to enhance academic excellence for a range of learners. It was decided to work on the development of each child. Different strategies were adopted for different types of learners. A range of activities, depending on the varied need on different levels of learning were regulated. Teachers were trained and given well planned material and instruction to achieve desired outcome. A welcoming cooperation and support were received from the school management. Following is a glimpse of these efforts.
1.1 Pre-primaryand Primary Level:
This wing of the school has optimum possibility and need to improve in many areas. Being the base of the school strength, this part must be fortified.
Inducing interactive board: equipped with teaching learning material at Pre-primary level. Teachers were trained to operate the device and material for elementary learners. This provided greater opportunities to the teachers and learners for experiencing enriched learning environment.
Yearly plan: A well-researched yearly plan helped teachers toelevate the level of teaching and learning. The plan included the distribution of ready weekly syllabus portion to the parents, also activities to increase parental role at this level ensured the parental partnership.
Identifying challenging students from each class and their remedial classes:
Challenging students up to grade VIII were identified with their learning gaps and were given regular remedial classes. The remedial classes were designed to benefit students with basic skills of reading, writing and calculations. Teachers were deputed with a definite time table for this purpose. The results were satisfying with most students.
1.2 Middle Level (VI to VIII):
This section requires more energy as this phase falls in between the primary and senior. The students are energetic and there is need of such teachers who can channelize it. It becomes more important when the board is starting skill subjects and intense sports activities form the upcoming session. Project based Learning, Activity Based Learning had been successfully practised by the teachers and learners.
Laboratory Exposure/ Practical:
The students were regularly taken to the labs. Practical based assessment is started from grade vi.The students always enjoy practical because they love challenges. There is need to develop system which fulfilled this. It will always be indispensable.
1.3 Senior Level (IX to XII):
The Students have been trained and taught to perform better in board classes. Deputing best teachers for it and to avoid any changes during session unless extremely required. The syllabus was completed on time and well revised before each term examinations.
Exams and Promotion:
The imposed lockdown affected examination and evaluation. The students from grades I to VIII. IX and XI have been promoted to their upper gradesas per the government (594/670/2020/20-2 Bhopal date19.3.2020) and board’s advisory through press release dated 1.4.2020. Some students from grade XI could not clear required marks for promotion on the basis of their school-based assessment, they have been intimated telephonically so that they may prepare for retests. They have been offered online guidance to prepare for the same also. The school has been successfully conducting board examinations for secondary and senior secondary as examination centre for CBSE.
2. Non-Academic Performance:
2.1 Sports 2019-20
1. Annual Sports Meet (2019-20)-
All the enrolled students participated in this mega sports event. The students participated in 15 different games. International wrestler Ms. Pooja Jat honoured the closing ceremony with her gracious presence.
2. Inter School Competitions-
Inter school chess and Inter school cricket competition were conducted to enhance the level of sports and to develop a sense of healthy competition. The host school: PIS won the Interschool Cricket Championship.
3. Inter House Games and Competition-
House wise games like: Kabaddi, Volleyball, Football, Chess, Cricket, Table Tennis were organized and majority of the students developed their gaming skills through these sporting events.
4. SGFI games participation-
This year the school sent its Volleyball Players to block level where six students from PIS were selected for District Level Volleyball. Later four students 1. Ashutosh Tiwari-XI, Prashant Yadav- X, Drishti Solanki- VIII and Pradumn Rajput- X were selected for Division level in volleyball.
5. State Level Selection-
Two students from PIS- Pradumn Rajput-X (Silver Medal) and Drashti Solanki- VIII were selected for State Level Throwball Competition.
6. Division Level Football-
Three students 1. Ashansh Meena-VIII, Harshit Vishnoi- VIII and Shivansh Joshi- VIII represented Dewas district in under 14 Division Level Football played at Neemach. Two footballers from PIS Vaibhav Meena- IX and Aryan Joshi- IX represented Dewas in under 17 Division Level Football played at Neemach.
2.2 Other Achievements/ Practices session 2019-20.
Following are new practices introduced in the school to improve students learning.
1. Kindly classes worksheets- for ensuring effective teaching even by the substitution teacher.
2. Remedial classes- Focused remedial classes for basic skills for grades II to grades V in two batches.
3. Printed weekly syllabus in PPRT- to be done with ‘daily teaching plan’ from session 2020-21 up to grades 3rd. and weekly plans up to grades VIII.
4. Interactive Board: for grades Nursery to grade first. May be increased up to grades third next year.
5. Spoken Practice through worksheets and in classes through conversation. Common conversations are imbibed in syllabus and given to the students up to grade UKG.
6. GK work sheet- Separate GK worksheets up to grades 5th. Customized GK work sheets other than the prescribed books have been prepared and practiced with the students.
7. Least or no change in the time table or teacher during the session except inevitable requests of resigns.
8. Fortnightly tests for consistent progress of the child.
9. SPORTS: SGFI, STATE, team and individual, Inter School.
10. PPRT: Included- GK, SPOKEN, SCIENCE experiments, sports and many innovative practices.
11. Innovative classroom in PPRT.
12. Qualitative printed material to parents and to students- NOTICES, MARKSHEETS.
13. Technology used in printing and preparation of mark sheets, saved teachers time and energy.
14. Increased parental communication. Through personal visit, calling.
15. Added computer practical in VI to VIII along with regular pen paper tests.
16. School Debate Team- four students were selected from grades V to VII and were trained to represent school in debate and public speaking.
17. 100% stationery and books were used by the students.
18. Timely completion of syllabus and effective revision was done.
19. The children developed a sense of belongings: Least damage to school property was registered in this session.
20. The teachers were given a task to run online classes for the students due to lockdown. It is worth appreciation that within least given time the teachers not only prepared the structure but also they prepared interesting learning tasks and
3. Teacher’s Training:
The school has successfully hosting capacity building programmes conducted by CBSE as venue school. This year the school has conducted two such training programmes. Next year two more training sessions have been proposed us mentioned under.
3.1 Conducted Teacher’s Training Sessions (2019-20)
a. Physical Education- Bhopal
b. Capacity Building Programme on remodelled Structure of Assessment by CBSE
c. Capacity Building Programme in collaboration with Shri Aurobindo Society.
d. In House Teacher’s Training
3.2 Proposed Teacher’s Training Sessions (2020-21)
Proposed CBSE Training Schedule as venue school.Proposal sent on 15 Nov. 2020.
|CBSE training sessions||Proposed Date|
|a. Happy Classroom||18 July 2020.|
|b. Joyful Learning of Mathematics||21 Nov. 2020.|