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Teacher Orientation

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Transcript of Teacher Orientation

The Gurukul

in collaboration with

Shri Educare Limited

to follow the teaching

practices, values and methodology of

The Shri Ram Schools, Delhi
.

Thank You!
Code of Conduct - Colleagues
A teacher must treat all colleagues and others courteously and fairly, be respectful, cooperative, use language that may cause offense.
You are a part of one big family, all working towards giving students the best of education. Therefore, it is essential to work as a team
Code of Conduct - Students
Code of Conduct - Visitors/Parents
Namaskar and Welcome to Gurukul
A teacher under NO circumstances is permitted to punish a student PHYSICALLY. If a teacher is found guilty, he/she is liable to legal proceedings.
A teacher is not permitted to the use of abusive language under any circumstances.
The school at the same time safeguards the interest of teachers, in situations where either a parent or a student misbehaves or displays aggression towards a teacher.
The school will take necessary actions against the parent/child in a case such as this
As Gurukul's Ambassadors, you are requested to interact cordially, politely and amicably with all students, visitors and parents.
Incase of any problems, please feel free to approach the management with the assurance that if the teacher's conduct is not questionable, his/her interest will be upheld.
As a part of Gurukul family, you will also be going on visits and participating in workshop and seminars, as a representative of the school, you are requested to keep your best foot forward.
Our Responsibility
Towards Students
Understand them
Be just and fair
Be courteous
Promote a spirit of inquiry, fellowship and joy in them
Not undermine their personality
Not to exploit them for personal interests
Set before them a high standard of character, discipline and personality.
Always encourage them and motivate them to do better and improve themselves.
Be their source of motivation and not the one who demoralize them.
Our Responsibility
Towards Profession
Be sincere and honest to our work.
Go thoroughly prepared to the class
Endeavor to maintain our efficiency
Not to do or say anything which may lower our prestige in the eyes of our students
Not to write or encourage the use of help books
Not to exert any pressure upon the students or parents to engage private tuition
Not act as an agent or accept commission and other compensation for recommending books.
Set an example in citizenship
Endeavor to promote the public good
Uphold the dignity of our calling occasions
Size up the demands and aspirations of the society
Be dynamic leaders and role models when required and to be ideal followers when desired.
What does Gurukul want?
Here at Gurukul,
No child is weak because we believe that every child is SPECIAL, every child has his own strengths and he should be encouraged to pursue his passion.
As teachers, it is our responsibility to find the child's strengths and help him nurture them!
Teacher - Student Bridge
Creates a positive group atmosphere
Helps both students and the teacher relax
Breaks down social barriers
Energizes and motivates
Helps to ‘think outside the box’
Helps to get to know one another

Teacher - Student Bridge
As teachers we need to earn the respect from students. The students might not obey us just because we are teachers, but if we win the hearts of the students and get them to respect us, they will follow and obey us completely
Always enter the class with a smile, make the students enjoy, the class should have a fun loving atmosphere as it motivates and stimulates class interaction and better grasp on the topic being taught.
The duty of the teacher doesn't just end once the school gets over but also includes the bus travel. The school urges the teachers to be attentive during the journey and ensure the safety of students.
It is the record of the day to day activities. It not only informs what topics have been covered but also helps the teacher to plan what he/she will be teaching in the future. In the beginning of the year, the teacher may draw the blueprints of his early work. Schedules of the syllabus to be covered term wise and month wise to be prepared for the subject(s) taught.
Teacher's Diary
A Few Pointers for Teachers
Gurukul believes in simplicity and therefore only permits simple pencil boxes, bottles and tiffins.
It is compulsory for all students to finish their tiffins.
The prayer has to be said before the start of the meal.
Kindly ensure cleanliness in the classroom.
Children to be told to respect their bag as well as books and not keep them on the floor.
Circulars to be read with utmost care and to abide by them.
Lesson Plans to be made and checked.
English is the medium of communication at all times. (Hindi Lesson being an exception)
Kindly do not raise your voice, not even to call out to a fellow teacher.
To encourage understanding of concepts and not rote learning.
Teachers to distribute and collect books and notebooks till Grade III
To brief the students not to take out notebooks from the bag of other students.
To collect the Fun Work
Movie songs and Abusive Language are strictly prohibited
House System
There are four houses in the school - Paramhans, Sandipani, Valmiki and Vashishtha. Each house is headed by a Captain. A member of staff assisted by other teachers acts as the House Mistress/Master. Points are awarded to students throughout the year for co-curricular activities and sports. At the end of the year, the house gaining the highest number of points is awarded a running trophy.

Inter house competitions are organized in Sports, Dramatics, Debates, Elocution, Quiz, Art and Music. The winner house is awarded a running trophy and the winners are facilitated with medals and certificates at appropriate occasions.
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Students to wear school uniform on all days unless specified by the Management

This includes Girls having to come to school in one or two plats (choti), depending on the length of the hair. Only orange rubber bands, hair clips and hair bands to be worn.
Code of Conduct - Management
Kindly follow professional code of conduct while interacting with the management.
Under no circumstances does the teacher have the right to misbehave or raise his/her voice while interacting with The School Management.
The management will support you as much as possible if polite and effective communication is ensured
Video 1
Video 2
Important Pointer
Kindly note that all employees of the school are required to inform the management THREE MONTHS prior to resignation or a long leave even if your leave/resignation begins at the completion of the academic year. Please note that the THREE MONTHS should be working months and should not include vacations. This is to uphold the interest of students so as to give them the best education possible.
Uniform Rules
Parents are requested to ensure that Birthday Celebration of their child is confined to his/her classmates only and that too on a modest (no gift items) scale to ensure uniformity.

Parents should not visit the school to bring the cakes and goodies. A packet of toffees can be sent with the child. School uniform to be worn on this day
Birthday Rules
Together We Can...
We will!!!

Our Vision
To make the institution a model, a heritage site of knowledge, a temple of learning, a monument - which people can come back to, even after years of existence
Our Values
To see my child in every child
To work with honesty & integrity
To impart TOTAL EDUCATION, which is not just for the mind but for the soul within.
Our Purpose
To give children of the community, the right kind of education with value oriented growth and overall development
We THINK to bring up HAPPY & RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS of INDIA
T - Truthful
H - Honest
I - Integrity
N - Nurturing
K - Knowledge
H - Happiness
A - Alert
P - Positivity
P - Polite
Y - Yielding
R - Realistic
E - Energetic
S - Sophisticated
P - Passionate
O - Obedient
N - Noble
S - Scholarly
I - Impeccable
B - Beneficent
L - Laureate
E - Efficient
I - Impartial
N - Nobel
D - Dedicated
I - Intelligent
A - Adventurous
C - Charismatic
I - Imaginative
T - Trustworthy
I - Invincible
Z - Zealous
E - Eager
N - Nonpareil
S - Suave
The Team
Prem Kapoor
Champa Kapoor
Neeraj Kapoor
Responsible, caring and a zealous individual, adding his personal touch to everything he does. An avid reader with passion for knowledge. He believes "Every child deserves the best"
Founders
Vikrant Gujral
An enterprising gentleman, a pioneer in agriculture, who was chosen by the Govt. of India for International Farm Youth Exchange Programme organised in United States of America, Rottary Ratan
The Group Vice-Chairman and Head Global ventures – Jindal Steel and Power Limited, who has been awarded the Rajiv Gandhi Excellence Award, India International Award, IIM Platinum Medal by the Indian Institute of Metals
Vivek Sondhi
Ex president Inner Wheel club, works for the upliftment of society. Believes that “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
M.D. (Punjab Kashmir Finance), Executive Member of the Punjab Haryana Finance Companies, Honored with 'Kamal Patra' national award.
Vandana Sondhi
Special training in Child Guidance and Counselling, honoured with the Henry Gizzenbear Fellowship by Indian Jaycees.
Vasudha Kapur
A Gold Medallist, honoured by the President of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Degree in French language and a Master's in Education. “If you can breathe then you can learn” – are the words she lives by.
 Kartik Bharat Ram
(Director, SEL)
Graduate from Santa Clara University and MBA from Cornell University, New York. In his current role, he is largely involved in the creation and strengthening of a culture of total excellence across the organisation with studied focus on TQM as a way of management. He is passionately involved in driving aspirations of the company through value-based leadership.
 Himanshu Jain
(CEO, SEL)
He is a management graduate from FMS, Delhi University. His interest in the field of Education has pulled him out of his 15 years diversified career in SRF. He moved to Shri Educare Limited in 2011 and is working towards making Shri Educare Limited a known brand in the education space.
 Neethi Srikumar
(Associate V.P. [Operations], SEL)
Post graduate in English Literature from The School of Languages, Gujarat University, Ahmedabad. She has also done her MS in Education (Gold Medalist) from The Faculty of Education and Psychology, Maharaja Sayajirao University, Baroda. won The Intel Teach to the Future Award for Best Integration of Technology in Teaching, for a project on “Throwing Light on Africa – The Dark Continent”
 Sudha Rajmohan
(Associate V.P. [Operations], SEL)
Post Graduate in Physics from Hindu College, University of Delhi, a Master Trainer through 'INTEL- Teach to the Future' and an A level certified teacher for Physics.
Shri Educare Limited
Advisory Board
Stage's of Development
How it all began
In to the Future...
What is it now...
The Gurukul - Early Years
The Gurukul - Senior Campus
Pre Nursery - Grade III
Grade IV - Grade XII
Needs of Our Parents
• Personal Attention of the staff & promoter
• Interactive Classes
• Transport to the door step
• English speaking
• Quality Teachers
• State of the art infrastructure
• Personalized attention to the students
Organisational
Structure
Product
The Gurukul (Regular School)
Vatika, Afterschool Learning Program
Vatsalya, The Workshops
Interactive Teaching
Remedial Classes
Sport Facilities
Activity Section
Periodical homework and assessments
Shri Connect management software
Quality Control by Senior Management and Shri Educare Limited
Differently Abled
Activity Section - Art, Craft, Clay & Theater
Sport facilities
Library
Yoga and Wellness
IT
Workshop and Seminars
Yoga and Wellness
English Speaking Classes
Activity Section
Strength of Gurukul
To provide complete education so that the children don't need to move to a boarding school.
Complete training & structured module for teachers.
Project based education
R&D Department for creative & innovative ideas in Education.
More visiting faculty and guests.
Quality check on periodical basis.
Employee welfare policies.
More orientation for parents and teachers
One tree...Many Seeds...For all learning needs
GURUKUL
Vatika
Extra curricular activities after school - 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Vatsalya
Activities, Language building and Workshops for Parents to help them grow and achieve what they aspire for. (3:00pm to 5:00pm)
Vinamra
Personality development classes for both the parents as well as children
Workshops and Seminars to train teachers (in school as well as in the vicinity) and help them stay abreast with the latest developments in Education
The sports arena which would be open for students and parents after school as well.
Gyan Gurukul
Udaan
The Library would be open to members after school for issuing of books and resource material.
Sangrah
Giving back to the society. Classes for the under privileged to help them learn and grow.
Samoolam
Counseling, mentoring and coaching services for both the parents and the students.
Pratibha
Spiritual development classes by Spiritual leaders, through Yoga and Meditation for both the parents and the students.
Gyan Mandir
Conclusions
Unique Selling Proposition
“Simpler solutions to understanding educational concepts”
Integration of in class, extra curricular and Indian values.
Outsourcing through professionals
Collaboration with India's best brand of schools, 'The Shri Ram'
Personalized attention to parents and children.
Why would Gurukul be successful?
Theoretical knowledge integrated with practical application and coupled with the rich Indian culture and values to make good human beings and not just successful. The school follows the teaching practices & methodology of The Shri Ram Schools. The school can boast of the state of the art infrastructure, world class facilities and personalized attention to students and parents.
Responsibility towards Society
• Mobile Policy:
o Teachers are required to deposit their mobile phones in office in the morning, which shall be returned at the end of the school hours.
o Teachers can share the two official school numbers with their families
o Even in the bus/vans, teachers are to spend time and interact with the students and not listen to music on their ear phones.
• Student Council
o Aimed at enhancing leadership qualities amongst students
o The students are observed over a period of two years and then shortlisted for interviews with the Selection Committee; to decide the School Council and Prefects for the forthcoming year
o Investiture ceremony is organised for swearing in the new School Council as they take the oath.
o The key tasks of the School Council is to:
 Maintain Discipline
 Act as role models for the other students
 Welcome and greet school guests
 Compere functions at school
 Assist teachers to prepare for school events
 Resolve conflicts amongst students

• School Display Boards
o Teachers responsible to change bulletin boards once a month to make classrooms visually appealing and intellectually stimulating.
o Display boards to be used as visual aids to complement the concepts being taught in class
o Use bulletin boards to communicate essential information such as: book list, class timings, class incharges, rules, rewards, house list, school vision, goals
o Middle and senior grades must have a vocabulary wall with words that are subject based
o On each floor, one board to be allocated to posting time table information of all classes on that floor, duty lists during important events, schedule of practice time, substitution list for reference by students and teachers
o In the middle and senior classes, students shall take charge of the boards – both content and themes, teacher’s role is to ensure that it is in sync with the school philosophy and frequency of the change of boards
o Provide lots of opportunity for students to design andf assemble bulletin boards. Encourage students to post their work and celebrate their accomplishments
o The font of the material displayed should be such that it’s visible from every area of the classroom
o Encourage students to use as much recycled material as possible.
o The following bulletin boards to be displayed at the school reception:
 Whole school board
 One bulletin board for each house
 Parent information board
 School editorial boards
 Events and highlights
• Student Achievement and Award Policy
o Awards to recognise student talent and incentivise them to strive harder
o Awards shall be given for all curricular and co-curricular subjects and activities. This shall include excellence in all subjects and co-curricular, overall excellence and scholar of the year
o Awards are not given in Junior school (Nursery to Grade 3). However, awards shall be instituted to commend healthy work habits, values and conduct
o Awards shall be conferred on special occasions and functions like Founder’s Day. Awards are given in between cultural performances to keep the excitement alive throughout the event
o Effort shall be made by the school to commend each child atleast once in an academic year in an assembly gathering
o Awards are given to students only when representing school. Students wining accolades in competitions outside school, is appreciated by the school on specials occasions
o Some examples of awards to recognise talents:
 Most inquisitive
 M.F. Hussain Award for Young Artist
 Arya Bhatta Award for Young Scientist
 Ramanujan Math Wizard Award
• ICT Policy for School Staff
o All data pertaining to the school to be only stored on School Computers or School authorized external disks
o Under no circumstances, a member of staff is permitted to share school data with an external party
o The Shri Connect Portal and school email account provided to staff to be used with great care and confidentiality
o All computers in the school have internet access, provided specifically for educational research and administrative purposes only
o Staff shall not provide any information from the school portal to a third party. They must maintain required confidentiality of all school information on the portal
o Use of school email account to send school information to a third party is prohibited
o Staff shall be advised that in the event of a security breach, they must inform the IT coordinator and ensure that the passwords are changed in order to be as secure as possible
o Staff must be aware the internet access is a privilege, not a right and that access requires responsibility
o The last staff member that leaves a classroom or the resource room should make sure that all IT equipment is switched off
o Staff must ensure to scan for virus on USB drives prior to usage within the school
o Staff shall only use USB drives to bring in school work. If there is any breach or suspicion, the IT coordinator or technicians will scan every USB drive.
o Staff must not use internet to chat or play games
o Staff will be provided with their own email accounts under the school domain, they should not use this email for her personal use
• Policy on Parent School Communication
o This has been framed to ensure effective communication amongst the teachers and the parents. In order to ensure that the personal lives of the teachers are not interrupted, the management does not share the personal numbers of the teachers with the parents:
 Inspite of this, if conversation does take place during or after school hours – it should be courteous, warm and respectful
 The objective of this policy is to convey the feedback of the child’s performance
 There should be written communication to avoid any ambiguity. It should be formal and professional
 Any reply to queries by the parents in the almanac should be prompt and to the point
 Incase of doubt as to what to reply, kindly share it with the Senior Management team
 Staff should take notes about the content of the phone call if they happen to receive one, these will become points of discussion and can be put in the child’s file
 Parents need to take prior appointment to meet the concerned teacher which should be only during a free lesson
 Staff should immediately inform if any parent becomes angry or abusive
 Parents should be encouraged to contract the school to enquire about the child’s progress or well being
• School House Structure Policy
o Its aim is to constitute the four houses for the purpose of inter school activities and sports to be played with team spirit
 The names of the four houses are – Sandipini, Paramhansa, Valmiki and Vashisht – all sages to effect the ethos and values of the school
 Students shall be allocated to the houses immediately on joining. Siblings to get the same house
 Staff parents to get the same house as their ward
 Girls-Boys ratio to be balanced and number of students in each house to be the same
 Each house to have a captain and a vice captain, they will be chosen on the basis of all round capabilities
 They shall be given orientation to maintain a healthy team spirit and discipline, enforce school values
 They shall update their house on upcoming events
 The entire faculty except the PTI shall be divided equally in the four houses and there shall be one house warden to head every house
 The Warden, teacher team members, Captain and Vice Captains shall brainstorm together to organise house activities
• Student Discipline Policy
o Teachers are required to make themselves aware of the Student Discipline Policy – we need to be role models to the students for the best results

• Correction Policy
o This provides a guideline to the teachers on how to go about with the corrections and give a positive feedback to the students. This plays a very important role in making the students either more confident or reserved in their approach to clear their doubts.
 Motivate the child with their encouraging words.
 Hard remarks or negative feedback will lower the child’s morale
 Correct the students work and not the student himself, do not make it personal.
 The child’s errors should not be conveyed in a reprimanding manner
 Mistakes should not be overlooked
 Corrections to be done properly and accurately, otherwise the child will loose trust in the teacher
 Frequent and repetitive mistakes by majority of the class should be addressed again or that topic to be taken again.
 Corrections should be up to date and should be completed within 3-5 days
 Before unit test – corrections should be completed a week before
 Before Term exams – corrections should be completed 15 days prior
 Move around the class to supervise their written work to minimize their mistakes
 Not to us red pen, use a pink pen for corrections
 Encourage the habit of re-corrections by the students
 Underline or highlight the mistake, do not use a cross (X)
 Refer to Annexure I for encouraging remarks such as: wow/outstanding/excellent/I’m proud of you, great effort, do not get disheartened, you have outdone yourself today
 Teachers to go through Annexure II, III for correction codes and maintenance of notebooks by students
• Environment Policy
o This is to ensure the commitment of the school to protect our environment by reducing the pollution, recycling and reusing waste by an effective waste management policy. Teachers should spread awareness through discussions and activities in the class. Highlight the benefits of renewable energy sources, energy conservation and reduction.
 Benefits of car pool, walking or cycling to the school
 Appoint a light and fan monitor to switch off the lights and fans at the time of vacating the class
 Not to carry plastic bottles to school, bring proper water bottles
 Avoid the use of plastic bags, polythene and foil paper as they do not decompose or burn

Other Policies:
Policy on Organising School Events
Library Policy
Policy on Admission and Withdrawal
Teacher Qualification Policy
Policy against Sexual Harassment
Full and Final Policy
Death and Disability Policy
Policy on Field Trips and Exchange
Policy on inclusion
• Substitution:
o All teachers shall be asked to take up substitutions on an equal and rotational basis.
• Employee Referral Policy
o The objective of this is to provide an incentive / prize to the employees to refer good candidates for vacancies in the school
Is a referred candidate is selected and joins the school, the referring employee will be paid a Referral Reward of Rs 2000/- per candidate
 This will be paid in two equal instalments:
50% to be paid after 15 days of joining
50% to be paid at the end of 3 months
 Incase the resume is already a part of the school’s data bank, it will not be considered a referral
 There shall be additional incentive for referring maximum candidates in an academic session

• Fee Waiver Policy
This is to provide fee subsidy to staff members whose wards are studying at TGFS.
The tuition fee (100%) shall be waived off every month
The admission fee, annual and development charges along with transport charges will have to be paid for.
The security (refundable) shall also be exempted
If there are two children tuition fee waiver shall be for ONE CHILD only
Incase of resignation of a staff whose children are studying in school, the tuition fee waiver will be withdrawn from the month of leaving the school
• Leave Policy
This is to enable employees to attend to personal and family needs requiring leave of absence
The leaves are three types namely Privilege leaves, Medical leaves and Maternity leaves; which vary for probation and confirmed staff
These are mentioned in the details of employment given at the time of induction along with Summer and Winter vacations and who all are entitled for the same
Prior authorization of leaves has to be taken by a written application to the Headmaster
In case of unplanned leave, employee needs to inform the headmaster and on resuming school a written sanction needs to be sought.
If there is no information two days will be deducted amounting to loss of pay
• School Timing Policy:
The academic staff needs to put in 6 hours of work
Summer Time: 7:30 am to 1:30 pm
Winter Time: 8:00 am to 2:00pm
Severe Winters: 8:30 am to 2:30 pm
During work pressure and annual events, the staff can be asked to stay beyond the working hours to complete the work
Extra classes after school hours taken by teachers will be paid for on an hourly basis
• Confirmation Policy
This defines the guidelines for confirmation of the staff after the completion of the probation period which is for ONE year. If there are gaps in the working, this can be further extended.
After completion of 6 months, a mid term feedback session shall be conducted to identify areas of concern, if any
Provide the required support in terms of grooming and training to bridge the gap
An appropriate letter is given stating the confirmation or extension of the probation period
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