Answer of all your queries
There are a few occasions such as end of term exam days where the pickup time may be earlier. All of these occasions will be communicated time to time.
Take child to the main office and sign an application stating reason for your child being late to school. The child can then go to class.
It is rare that parents are late to collect their child from school. In case of some emergency we ask that school is informed and the expected delay time is intimated. If a child is not collected and no reason is given he/ she will remain in the school premises. If a child is still not collected, the school will contact the parent.
If you need someone else to come to school to collect your child, kindly speak to the class teacher in the morning or leave a WhatsApp message alongwith the picture of the representative of the family who collects the child to Ms. Poonam Gulati in the admin. Each child has a data overview sheet with people who are allowed to collect them. Each child has a data overview sheet with people who are allowed to collect them .
The short answer is 'No' . Attending school is a compulsory obligation that parents must adhere to and therefore you should avoid taking child out of school. If you wish to have a special case considered then you are required to submit a request for leave of absence form which can be requested from the school office. The school has a policy around attendance where full details of the requirements and penalties can be found.
If your child needs to have medication at school, you must complete a form at the school office. We ask that medication at school is kept to a minimum and if antibiotics are prescribed for less than four times a day, we suggest this can be organised out of school time. All medication held on school premises is kept locked and secure.
Please try to arrange medical appointments out side of school time. If this is unavoidable, we ask that you bring the appointment letter to the school office so it can be recorded on the register.Take child to the main office and sign an application stating reason for your child being late to school. The child can then go to class.
We ask that children remain at home until they are well enough to return to school. Sickness and stomach bugs – we ask that children remain at home for 24 hours after their last bout of illness to ensure that infections do not spread.
A team of 30 –students, assistant teachers and teachers are first aid trained and can offer reassurance and first aid to pupils who are injured at school. If the injury is significant, we would inform parents and appropriate first aid would be given and of course any serious injury, we would involve the medical services as soon as possible.
Children at BIPS get 10 mins to enjoy their fruit tiffin right after morning assembly and have 20 mins for their lunch during the recess.
Children have access to drinking water in school. We have water taps that children can use for drinking & refilling their water bottles.
We encourage children to bring healthy lunch to school which could include items such as fruit, vegetables, salads, yoghurts. We ask children not to bring nuts to school as some children in school have allergies. Vegetable with gravy are not permitted. Also hot drinks and soup are not permitted.
If you have any concerns about your child’s progress, we ask that you arrange an appointment to talk to your child’s class teacher/school counsellor, if you do not want to wait till PTM.
At BIPS we welcome all children regardless of what their mother tongue is . We have several children who have joined our school and are unable to speak English. At BIPS we have several members in staff who are trained in motivating, supporting & guiding children to speak in English.
All children are educated in eSafety in school. We have produced an Internet Safety information page for parents/carers so that up to date facts can be found by visiting the links to extremely useful eSafety websites that will keep you informed and help you keep your child safe online. We ask that parents are aware of online sites that their child is visiting and that they do not have access to social media accounts such as Facebook and Snap chat.
We ask that parent support pupils by reading ( age appropriate story books) at home and practise times tables and number facts. We also ask that you familiarise yourself with your son or daughter’s class page where you can find all the information out about the class teacher and subject teachers. Detailed information about what they are working on and you can also download the current terms curriculum & homework guides from schoolpad.
We hold regular PTMs where parents can find out what pupils have been learning in class. If you have any observation or suggestion, you can share with class teacher as well as the principal.
Unfortunately we do not have any visitor parking at school. Parents are asked to use the vacant lot outside down on the left hand of the new gate as well as both streets around school while avoiding the road.
You should request access to view your lost property items via our reception staff. Lost property is kept in two locations within school, property found could be located either in room no 29 or at reception. Attempts will be made to identify property and parents/careers are informed if the item in question is labelled with the pupil name. Parents must label each belonging child brings to school.
BIPS offers a lot of enrichment activities for children to get involved in from additional learning opportunities to sports and creative clubs. You visit the complete website and you have all the details. BIPS offer plethora of activities through various clubs to cater to hobbies of children. Those are Environment Club, Music Club, Dance Club, Arts And Craft Club, Yoga Club, Sports Club, English Dramatics, Hindi Dramatics, Punjabi Dramatics, Science Club, Mathematics Club, Robotics, Social Science Club, Photography, Cookery, IT Club,.