Parents Participation

Parent management committee meetings help us to resolve any concerns that parents have with regard to curricular and co-curricular activities. Parent teachers meeting held once in two months help us to strengthen our student’s performance.

Over the years our experience has witnessed the fact that students with parents who are involved in their school tend to have fewer behavioral problems and better academic performance. At elementary level the effect of parent’s involvement gives positive results at secondary level of schooling. We expect the parents to involve not only in making their kids complete their homework but also in shaping their behavior by keeping regular contact with teachers and involving more with their wards school life. Parent’s involvement can monitor school and classroom activities, it also monitors teachers and positively affects teachers’ self-perception and job satisfaction.

At Orchids we have frequent parents – teacher meet going on along with the regular visits from the parents. A parent management committee is formed with the objective of getting valuable feedback from parents to bring out the necessary changes in academic activities. We conduct parent orientation programs at the onset of the new academic year where we share our policies, curriculum practices and approach to education. As we close the academic year, we send out a form to get feedback from parents on every aspect of our school’s functioning.