- The concept behind all pre primary sections of the HHS is to provide the pre-school children with lots of ‘tender, loving care’ and a ‘happy, protective and homely’ environment to make school going fun.
- We try to make ‘learning’ a pleasant experience for the child and prepare him/her for a smooth transition to the main stream schooling.
- We believe in creating a home outside of the home where the children develop a sense of belonging in a loving and caring environment.
- To provide equal opportunities for all children and to create a friendly and stimulating learning environment for them.
- To develop skills, concepts, and attitudes in each child for him/her to gain knowledge.
- To develop the child socially, emotionally and physically.
- To develop in children qualities of an unshakable faith in Allah, friendship, co-operation, honesty, good manners and trust.
The academic year for the:
Matric stream is from April to March, ie.
First Term: April to October
Second Term: November to March
O level stream is from August to May, i.e.
First Term: August to December
Second Term: January to May
There are no examinations in classes Pre-Nursery to Class-I. From Pre-Nursery to Class Prep the children’s progress and performance are assessed by the work that they do in class while in Class I it is based on class tests, which are held at regular intervals. These are:
- Monthly assessments
- Half-Yearly Evaluation
- Final Term Evaluation
Report cards must be signed by parents and returned to the school as soon as possible. Parents Day will be held at the end of the Half-Yearly and Final Term Evaluation when parents must visit the school to discuss their child’s progress with the class teacher during the given time. The parents must also sign the monthly assessment reports.
School Health and Medical Services
A regular check up will be carried out for each child and a medical card will be maintained which will be given to the child once he/she leaves the school. There is also a very effective Health Awareness Programme in the school. For minor injuries and ailments, prompt first aid is provided to the child in school. For any medical emergency that is beyond the control of the school, the child is taken to the nearby hospital and the parents are immediately informed.