We have two well equipped science labs for GW and BW with the most modern scientific equipment to facilitate practical work necessary for IGCSE and A level examinations.

Computer Labs


Our state-of-the-art computer labs provide access to the advanced interactive technology throughout the school at all stages. Students are acquainted with the computer technology and multimedia from grass root level. Latest software as per the requirements of the IGCSE and A level curriculum is readily available for students’ use.


Our well stocked libraries support the curriculum and the reading programmes in our schools while encouraging students to carry out reading tasks at home. All classes visit the Library each week. During these sessions the librarian reads a story or some poems to children and encourages reading. The librarian can offer guidance to pupils when browsing and help them choose appropriately, but one of our aims is to encourage children to enjoy all sorts of books and allow them freedom to make their own choices. Children should bring their books back to the library each week. However they will be allowed to renew their books if no other child has reserved the book. There is always keen competition to borrow the most highly prized titles and this rule keeps books in circulation. We would like to enlist your help in reminding children to pack their books into their Book Bags the night before Library day.

Late Returns - In the first instance the librarian works with the Class Teacher to remind your child. If the book is not returned, the librarian will send home a note identifying the title and asking you to help look for it.

Missing Books - If the book cannot be found there is a standard replacement fee chargeable for the lost book.

This should be paid to the Administration. As ever, the library remains indebted to everyone who has been kind enough to donate books and those who give up their time to help.

artroomArt Room

The well-equipped Art room is used for regular art classes as well as extra-curricular activities. Students learn the following art activities during art lessons.




Art and craft work with recycled material

Video Room

Pre School and junior school children enjoy the facility of video room. Teachers select movies and shows carefully for young children. Video room provides learning and entertainment at the same time.

Hygiene And Medical

Health & Hygiene Policy

Our school promotes a high standard of health and hygiene in its day-to-day work with children and adults. This is achieved in the following ways:


If a child has an accident in school, we will administer First Aid as needed, and send a note home to parents giving details of the incident. Parents are always notified by telephone if a child has had a bump to the head.

If a child becomes ill during the school day they will be assessed by the team of our School doctors to decide if they should go home. If so, parents or other nominated contacts will be telephoned.

Parents are asked to keep their children at home if they have an infection, and to inform the school of the nature of the infection. We will alert other parents of the risk of infection if necessary.

Parents are asked not to bring into school any child who has been vomiting or had diarrhoea until at least 24 hours have lapsed since the last attack.

Cuts or open sores will be cleaned and covered with sticking plaster or other dressing.

Our School doctor has responsibility for ensuring that first aid equipment is kept clean, replenished and replaced as necessary. Sterile items are kept sealed in their packages until needed.

If a child is on prescribed medication the following procedures will be followed:

Parents are welcome to call into school to administer medicine when required. Medication, such as inhalers for asthma, must be clearly labelled with child’s name. Written information must be provided from parents, giving clear instructions about the dosage and administration of the medication. We will assist younger children in the use of inhalers, providing written permission is given by parents.


To prevent the spread of infection, adults will ensure that the following good practices are observed:

Personal hygiene

Hands washed after using the toilet. Children with pierced ears are not allowed to try on or share each other’s earrings. Children are encouraged to shield their mouths when coughing. Parents should provide sufficient suitable sanitary wear for girls as required. Supplies can be stored in a named bag in a cupboard for the Ladies’.

Medical Forms

When your child begins school you will receive a medical questionnaire, which must be filled out and will be kept in your child’s personal file in the office. It is vital that the school is notified of problems such as asthma and allergic reactions to food or stings, and has updated emergency contact numbers. It is your responsibility to keep us informed of any changes so that our records can be updated. Any health information given is held in the strictest confidence and only shared with the staff responsible for your child.