Ans: At Imperial Heritage School, we always strive to present our students with high quality education that helps to forge an understanding that strengthens bonds across languages and cultures, across borders and social chasms. Our efforts help to foster top quality learning by presenting best educational environment to satisfy the needs of ever-eager children.
Ans: The ratio in pre-primary classes will be 2:28 and in Grade 1 upwards will be 1:35
Ans: The school is affiliated with CBSE board. Our affiliation no is 531835
Ans: The school is affiliated with CBSE till Grade XII but highest class as of now is XI.
Ans:The school follows the CBSE curriculum with the latest edition of different publishers like NCERT, Oxford, Collins, Macmillan Education, Saraswati Publication, etc.
Ans: Grades I and II have an informal assessment throughout the year where the holistic development of the child is of prime importance. The child is assessed on various parameters of academics, co- curricular activities and her social quotient. Grade III and IV have four rounds of Unit Tests and Grade V onwards have two term exams in addition to the three Unit Tests.
Ans: The school offers French and Sanskrit as the third language from Grade V.
Ans: The school offers a wide range of sports- Cricket, Basketball, Football, Taekwondo, Lawn tennis, Badminton and Skating. Shooting is available from Grade IV.
Ans: The classrooms and buses are air conditioned.
Ans: Imperial Heritage School has technology enabled classrooms with state of the art study modules. Technology is used to make teaching and learning meaningful and fun.
Ans: In addition to the sporting activities, we have Dance, Music, Pottery, Artificial Intelligence Robotics, etc. The school offers various clubs where a child can either learn a new skill or hone a skill that is already present.
Ans: For students applying for Nursery to Grade II, we conduct an informal interaction/observation between the Headmistress/teacher and the child. From Grade III onwards, the student is expected to sit for formal assessment. After the assessment, there is a feedback meeting with the Principal post that if admission is granted then the payment process is completed.
Ans: The parents need to check the availability of seat in the Class they are seeking admission for. Then follow the regular admission process but need to provide the original mark sheet/report card and Transfer Certificate from the previous school before taking admission. For Grade I upwards the Transfer Certificate has to be attested by the concerned Educational Board Authorities.
Ans: There are no hidden charges our fee structure is transparent; no additional fee is required to be paid throughout the year other than the stated fees, except for any voluntary activities such as school trips, camps, competitive exam fee and special event costume.