Mon – Fri – 8:00am To 3:30 pm
Noida: S1, Sector 135, Noida
Mobile: +91 99991-76666, +91 99991 14141
We believe that our relationship with parents is crucial to our children's success and therefore great emphasis is placed on good communication and understanding between home and school
We consider that we are partners in the education of our students, and regular and meaningful communication between school and home is necessary. This is done in a number of ways:-
In keeping with its mission statement and philosophy, The TSM schools work in close partnership with the parent community. There is an active Parent Teacher Association and open interaction between the Association and the school.
The PTA has an Executive Committee, and communication is general as well as specific to each form in all the campuses. Each class and form has a parent representative in the PTA.
The PSA supports and makes an outstanding contribution to the development of the school.
It provides help, raises funds and enriches school life with its social events. The work of the PSA ranges from assisting with parent volunteers on trips and functions to holding fund raising events for the school and Non – Government Organisations.
It is committed to supporting community development projects through collection drives All school events are scheduled to foster a sense of community and camaraderie among parents, teachers, students and administrators’ Association.
The Shriram Millennium School prides itself on the working and learning atmosphere created by a well disciplined environment. A high standard of behaviour based on mutual consideration, sensitivity and social responsibility is expected at all times. We endeavour to instill a sense of self-discipline in the children and in this respect, students and staff follow codes of conduct relating to people, work, and the school environment. The Student Council assists the staff team on matters of discipline, and is actively involved in the planning and implementation of school initiatives.
Parental support for the standards we set is sought at all times and early discussion of difficulties is encouraged. When sanctions are necessary, they are chosen to suit the individual student and to correct the particular misdemeanour.