As children's first educators, parents are important partners in the development of positive learning outcomes for their children.
The active participation of parents in workshops and support provided to their children in consultation with the educators of the School will ensure self-actualization of the student.
When parents and school work in collaborative harmony, children are responsive, take greater initiative and are more likely to be actively involved in their own learning.
The School functions in a friendly and secular environment that supports and encourages an on-going partnership between the school, parents and management.
The School encourages parents to be involved in the social and emotional development of their child and to actively contribute to the effective functioning of the School.
The School regularly seeks parental co-operation and assistance through the Parent-Teacher Association (PTA), which promotes a closer relationship between home and the School. There are separate associations for the pre-primary, primary and secondary sections. Each is elected annually according to State Education Department guidelines.
PTA members assist the School in: