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The Parent

We believe that a parent or guardian is a child's first and most important teacher; therefore we include parents in the learning process and insist on parental involvement in our program. We encourage and facilitate communication between home and school including an awareness of current trends in education and sharing planned activities for the children. We design our program to foster not only relationships between home and school but also between families of the children within each class and in the entire MY CHILD community.

Just as an active parent is essential to the success of an individual child, an active parent community is essential to the success of the school. We understand most parents are very busy. For this reason, we have developed the following list of involvement opportunities necessitating various levels of time and effort. Please do not feel limited by this list, as we intend it to serve as a springboard from which you may develop your own ideas for involvement.

A child learns skills and attitude from his/her parents starting from the very first day. Parents are their child's first most influential teachers. A home is a child's most important school. While all the children shall have the same advantage in the environment at MY CHILD, it is the home that makes the difference between good and excellent. So, please be a GOOD & RESPONSIBLE PARENT by proactive participation.

The Importance of Conversation

Talk to your child as much as possible and listen to what he/she has to say to you. Your child may have difficulty pronouncing some words, but he/she will learn if you continue to speak clearly. Answer your child's questions as simply, clearly, carefully and truthfully as possible.

The Importance of BOOKS

Please spend time reading to your child every day, this is the biggest investment you can make. Select books which are well illustrated and discuss the pictures. Encourage your child to reflect and predict. ASK questions such as "What has happened?" "What do you think might happen?" However, be careful not to spoil the story with too many questions.

  • Volunteer in your child's classroom.
  • Join the Parents' Group that meets at regularly scheduled times.
Operations and Policies - I

MY CHILD is open Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays are holidays. The Center remains closed on all Public holidays. There are three(03) VACATIONS during the academic year - Summer, Pujas & Winter Vacations.

MY CHILD will not discriminate against any individual or group because of race or religion.

Enrolling your child at the centre requires the following:

• Birth Certificate of the CHILD
• 04 (four) Passport-sized COLOUR Photograph of the CHILD
• O1 (one) 3"x 2" Photograph of the Parents with the CHILD
• HEALTH APPRAISAL signed by your child's physician
• Physician's documentation of your CHILD'S immunization updates
• A filled-up ADMISSION Form


From the first day you will be expected to leave your child in the care of the teachers. Do not worry if your child cries as he/she is in caring and loving hands. The teachers and maids are accustomed in dealing with children in this situation and can settle, comfort and distract your child's attention far better without you being there.


Session I (Morning) 8.15 am to 11.15 am
Session II (Day) 11.45 am to 2.45 pm


'OPEN HOUSE' - is the day when parents can freely discuss their child's progress with the respective teachers. It will be held on the last Friday of every month. Timings 9 am to 12 noon. Children will have a holiday on 'Open House' days.

MIDTERM REPORT (Before Puja Vacations)
FINAL REPORT (End of the curriculum Year- i.e. March)
It is mandatory for both parents to come and interact with the teachers regarding the progress of their child and collect the "Report Card".

Note: Notices will be forwarded to the respective parents via email/SMS, So please check your emails/SMSs regularly.

OFFICE HOURS : 9.00 am to 10.30 am: TO MEET THE PRINCIPAL - 9.00 am to 10.30 am

Rules & Regulation

  • The child should be accompanied to the Centre strictly within the designated time. Once the doors of the centre are closed, the child will be sent back home.
  • Children will be released only on presentation of Escort cards. Loss of Escort Card must be notified immediately and Duplicate Cards will be issued on payment of Rs. 50/-
  • Leave letter to be sent in case of unavoidable absence.
  • While the Montessori House takes all possible care of your child, it is not RESPONSIBLE for any accidents.
  • Children will not be allowed to leave the school before closing time, except in case of emergencies or for valid reason which has been intimated to the school in writing.
  • Parents are advised not to teach Numbers Alphabets to their child at home without consulting the House.
  • SNACK TIME- Time provided for Tiffin is 25 minutes everyday. So Please send appropriate quantity of a dry snack everyday (cut into small pieces) in accordance to your child's appetite. Do not send bhujia, chanachur and chocolates etc.
  • On Birthdays - Distribution of gifts or sweets to children, teachers & helpers are not permitted.
  • Do not send your child wearing valuable ornaments. The House is not responsible for the loss of it.
  • Change of Address, Telephone No, Email id or any other significant change in the child's home environment should be notified immediately.
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