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Academics

The School is recognized by the Education Department of the Government Of West Bengal
and is under the West Bengal Board of Secondary Education( Anglo- Indian Board of
West Bengal) and affiliated to the Indian Council for secondary Education - ( I.C.S.E.)
and I.S.C.( Classes XI and XII)

Loreto Elliot Road is a Christian Minority Anglo- Indian Institution Managed by The Loreto Educational Society
affiliated to the Council for the ISC Examination, New Delhi, School Code WB021

Session


Nursery to Class XII - April to March

Curriculum

The medium of instruction of this Institution is ENGLISH. Bengali and Hindi are taught as 2nd Language from
Class I to XII. Third Language is compulsory from Class VI to VIII inclusive.

We offer only the Humanities stream in the plus Two department.

The pupils are prepared for the I.C.S.E. Examination( Indian Council for Secondary Examination), New Delhi
and the I.S.C. ( Class XII).

In addition to the subjects prescribed in the Board and Council Syllabus, the Curriculum includes Religious
Instruction ( for Catholics) and Value Education ( for Non- Catholics) as compulsory subjects.

Apart from these, the curriculum may include choral singing, dancing , games.

Examination and Promotion

1) Promotion depends on the child's performance throughout the year in the class assignments given and the
two terminal examinations and not merely on marks scored in the final examination.
2) The Unit system divides the syllabus of each subject into clearly defined blocks of related matter,e.g. one or more chapters of a text book. As soon as the matter of a particular unit has been completed in class, the student is assessed.

The assessments duly corrected and evaluated are handed over to the students in class , taken home and signed by the parents .

3) A child found with an un-signed report may not be admitted in class.

4) For students who are absent from Terminal Examinations, ( Class V to XII) no provision can be made for a Supplementary test.

5) Parents are requested not to send the children for an examination when they are ill or recovering from illness.

6) No pupil will be allowed to sit for the promotion examination if the attendance during the year is below 80%.

7) The decision of the school authorities with regard to promotion is FINAL.

8) Pupils whose Fees and Annual Charges have not been paid on time may be barred from sitting for the examinations and are liable to have their names struck off the rolls.