- Age of admission:The child should be around 2 and half years of age.
- Time of Admission:Admissions are taken thrice a year.
- Course duration:
- Primary - 2 and half to 6 years
- Lower - elementary 6 to 9 years
- Upper elementary - 9 to 12 years
- Erdkinder - 12 to 15 years
- For the first few days, the child stays only for 1 hour, i.e. till he/she settles down in our environment. During these days an adult should accompany the child.
- Working hours:: For the 1st year, the child will be staying for half-a-day i.e., form 9.00AM to 12.30PM. For the next two years in primary and elementary, the child will stay for a full day i.e., from 9.00AM to 2.30PM. The working hours for elemenatary and high school is from 9AM to 4PM.
- There is no particular school dress, but the child should be dressed in a simple and comfortable way.
- A small basket, having snack box, spare set of clothes and a water bottle (without straw) which the child can carry, is to be sent along with the child apart from a clean handkerchief.
- The parents are welcome to visit the school or observe their child working, with prior permission taken.
- Holidays:The school works for 5 days a week. Saturdays and Sundays are observed as holidays. All the public holidays are observed as holidays for the school. Any special holiday will be intimated.
- The child should maintain regular attendance, which pays a vital role in this system of education. Poor attendance will obstruct the progress of the child.
- Parent-teacher meeting will be conducted on saturdays twice a year with prior appointment from the directress. P.
- Parents are requested to clearly understand that this method of education does not go hand in hand with the traditional system, so do not compare this child of ours with any other child of the same age group. If you trust us and our method of education and work in complete cooperation with us, your child will be able to attain total self-development, without any hindrance in this progress.
Our aim is not only to make the child understand, and still less to force him to memorize, but so to touch his imagination as to enthuse him to his innermost core.