From the Principal's Desk

“Success comes to those who work hard and stays with those, who don’t rest on the laurels of the past.”

One of the most important decisions that any parent makes is the school they choose for their ward's education. At JCIS we believe that we offer the very best of teaching and learning that has been specially designed to meet the needs of the students of JCIS and the needs of students who come across the nearby places to study with us. The popularity of the school is not accidental; careful planning and programming, the selection of excellent staff and a willingness to innovate in educational provision have all contributed to the high level of academic success achieved by students at the school.

The challenge to be 'the best you can be' in academic achievement is supported by a comprehensive approach to personal learning. The classroom programmes are rich and engaging, and the range of cultural, sporting and performance opportunities provides a huge number of opportunities that allow every student access to an environment where they can participate and excel. We prepare students to set high expectations for themselves and help them to achieve at the highest level.

In all it does, JCIS seeks to personalise the learning experience for every student. Form teachers and principal, supported by experienced management; provide quality pastoral care to ensure that students are supported to make the transition in school. The School has an open door policy and welcome parents to come in and talk about their ward's education. We believe that effective schooling is a three way dynamic, with the students, their family and the school working together to contribute to learning success.

We are committed to ensuring that every student receives the skills, knowledge and experience that will allow them to take the next step in their lives when they leave JCIS. We believe we give our students the necessary tools to have a choice about their future.

What I also want to stress here is that it is not only the special events, but what happens at JCIS on a normal working day that is really significant. The time that is available for teachers to talk about each child’s needs, and each child’s progress, the attention that goes in to working out individual program modifications for some children, the effort that we put in to listening to children, to parents and each other, the thought, the discussion, the deliberation before we launch any new ideas, the complete involvement of many, the appreciation of small and big acts, these are the things that make JCIS special.

By choosing JCIS you are investing in a school that is committed to ensuring your ward meets their full potential. I invite you to explore our web site and find out more about what we have to offer.

Mr. Puran Chandra Kapil