SUPW

Socially Useful and Productive Works

SUPW is a compulsory subject for the ICSE (X) and ISC (XII) examinations. Parents would do well to read the Council Regulations regarding S.U.P.W. A failed grade indicates failure in the exam. A child may be detained in any class if performance in S.U.P.W. is not satisfactory. S.U.P.W. may be done during the holidays. For this purpose a syllabus is sent to parents. It is advisable that you treat it with respect and see that your child attains the required grades of proficiency in the various areas indicated for individual disciplines. Skills will be tested in June after school re-opens. Any pupil whose S.U.P.W. grade is unsatisfactory will be suspended for two weeks and a re-test will be given after this period. Please encourage children to write letters, read books, answer the phone and talk to guests intelligently and politely. They should also take an interest in health foods, and have good table manners.

Through the visits to institutions like old age homes, orphanages, homes that care for the physically and mentally challenged individuals, the children learn the importance of caring and sharing for the less privileged. The Junior School organises a carnival during Christmas to raise money for charitable purposes.

 

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