Welcome to 7 Play Saint Martin , School

Activities Corner

Through our curriculum, we plan to develop the various skills of children. We follow Early Years Foundation Stage programme (EYPS).

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Aims And Objectives

To provide appropriate levels of support for students and to encourage responsibility and independent learning. 

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Parent-Teacher-School Coordination

If the class teacher has a worry about your child they will usually try to contact you at the end of the school day.

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The School Logo projects the motto of the School which is “Wisdom Triumphs”. The motto of the School is an integral part of the school. It gives the student, its Teachers and the Management the necessary impetus and guidance to pursue knowledge purely as subservient and at the service of Wisdom whose source and origin is God Himself.

School Uniform

We expected to dress modestly and in good taste during School and any School functions. Students must be neat, clean and well groomed at all times-during and after School hours-while on campus and at all School related functions. It is important that students keep in mind that they serve as ambassadors for School. In keeping with these principles, students at School are required to wear uniforms, and every student who accepts and agrees to abide by the uniform guidelines. The School uniform is compulsory for daily classes and School functions. This will ensure uniformity in the quality and colour shade of the material.

Activities Corner

Through our curriculum, we plan to develop the various skills of children. We follow Early Years Foundation Stage programme (EYPS) which consists of six areas of learning and development.

Communication, Language and Reading Readiness

Children develop confidence and competence in communicating, speaking and listening. Through hands on activities we teach letter recognition, phonics, vocabulary building, comprehension skills and development of good listening skills. We promote a love for books in our students.

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

This area is all about developing a positive sense of self and respect for others, social skills including dressing, undressing and washing, as well as having an enthusiasm for learning.

Problem Solving, Reasoning and Numeracy

Developing a growing understanding of problem solving and numbers, through stories, songs, games and play. Children become comfortable with numbers and use language such as 'heavier than' or 'bigger'. Besides number recognition, the children learn to count, one to one correspondence, sort and classify and learn basic addition and subtraction.

Knowledge and Understanding of Their Surroundings

Learning to make sense of the world, finding about the natural environment by exploration and discovery, using the tools and different materials to make student more curious.

Physical Development

Children are helped to develop skills of coordination, control, manipulation and movement and to understand the importance of a healthy diet and lifestyle.

Creative Development

Developing imagination and creativity in art, music, movement, dance, imaginative and role-play activities. Children also develop life skills through art activities.

Aims And Objectives

To ensure that all students have access to a balanced and relevant curriculum.

To acknowledge the student’s strengths in order to meet their needs. 

To provide appropriate levels of support for students and to encourage responsibility and independent learning. 

To give students maximum and appropriate opportunity to show what they know, understand and can do .

To value each individual equally by raising peers’, teachers’, parents’ and the students’ expectations of ability and performance. 

Parent-Teacher-School Coordination

The school tries to encourage parents to show an active interest in school and give support to the many and varied activities and functions organized, so that the children are aware and benefit from the good relationships between school and home. If you are concerned about the progress or welfare of your child it is advisable to make an appointment to see either your child’s class teacher or the Coordinator. You are advised that it is always best to make a prior appointment with the concerned official in order to facilitate uninterrupted dialogue and discussion. 

If the class teacher has a worry about your child they will usually try to contact you at the end of the school day. Class teachers will also make contact with parents to report positively how pleased they are with their child’s attitude and effort in school and joining the School Apart from providing a platform for the students to showcase their talents these clubs are also a means to evaluate the social, emotional and thinking skills of the students. 

Parents / Guardians can meet the Principal in his office between 11.00 a.m. to 12.00 p.m. on all school working days. Parent-Teachers meetings are organized after each exam to keep the parents in touch with the performance of their children. Parents / Guardians can also meet their ward’s respective Teacher on Saturdays after 12.00 a.m. during school hours.