Books in reading corners 45 b. Magazines, pictures etc. Educative wall charts, wall pictures d. Educative building blocks, toys etc. This will enhance social interaction and the childs emotions and social behaviour.
Wash hand basin shall be designed to promote ideal healthy living and be provided at the rate of 1 per class. Crepe bandage b. Iodine c. Methylated spirit d. Cotton wool e. A pair of scissors 47 f. Bandage g. Gentian violet h. Mist magnesium trisilicate i. Plasters j. Provision of good waste disposal system. Each class shall have a waste hand basin with disposal towels.
Equipment and apparatus for games and physical activities such as swings, slides, merry-go-round, ladder and playhouse ball should be provided.
Games field shall be provided 9m x 15m Each class shall not hold more than 30 pupils, There shall be enough classrooms for the number of children to avoid overcrowding. The bench shall be mm x mm x mm. The Partnership shall come into effect from 18th day of August, and shall be for an indefinite period unless it is determined. That the name and style of the Partnership firm hereby formed shall be Superior Nursery and Primary School situated at Ajibode area Ibadan North local government, Oyo state under the same names and style or with branch or branches at such place s as the parties may mutually decide.
That the business of the Partnership Firm hereby formed shall be that of manufacturing and marketing of paints, colors and varnishes etc. The parties may, however, with their mutual consent open new branch or branches. That the amount standing to the credit of the personal accounts of the Parties of First, Second, Third, Fourth and Fifth Part in the books of above firm as on 18th of August shall be treated as contribution by them to the capital of the Partnership.
That further finance required for the purpose of business of the firm shall be contributed by the parties in such rate as may be mutually agreed upon. Management and Staff Operational Plan Financing and Growth Strategy Financial Plan Income and Expense Details for Five Years Patricks Fee Schedule Sunbeam Academy Fee Schedule Salaries based upon the recommendation by the 6th Pay Commission the most recent of India The lack of quality education has had a detrimental impact on families and the society in that part of the state.
Surya International School will be a top-notch and English-medium higher secondary school imparting quality education to children in the city of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh, India. The school has over two acres of land, and the schools building is partially built.
Education is wealth that can be invested by people to better their lives. Education is the most effective weapon against poverty and social enigma. Our motto is Imparting good education is the best community service. Mission Statement Our mission is to support a model high quality international level school offering a cost-effective, broad, and challenging educational program to students in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh, India. These students will not pay any fees.
A quality education is in short supply in the north-eastern part of Uttar Pradesh, India. Children and their families are caught in a vicious circle of poverty and ignorance.
They are unable to break the shackles of the gripping poverty and ignorance. Quality education is a major way to deal with this dire situation.
The school is committed to inspire students to achieve the highest standards of intellectual and personal development through a stimulating and comprehensive educational program. The lack of quality education has had a detrimental effect on society and its development.
There is no availability of a good education even for families who can easily afford it. The situation is even worse when it comes to having access to quality education. The school is being built on more than two acres of land located in the city of Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh U.
Jaunpur falls in the eastern part of Uttar Pradesh. The Indias map in Figure 1 shows the location of Jaunpur. Jaunpur is 37 miles from the city of Varanasi.
The Varanasi airport is only 28 miles from Jaunpur. Jaunpur is about miles southeast of New Delhi. Figure 1. Location of Jaunpur is indicated by a red marker. Visualization and active learning will be integrated in every subject. The school will have mathematics lab equipped with mathematical software to help students understand physics- and mathematics-related concepts visually and actively. English lab will be setup to help students practice reading, writing, and speaking English correctly and proficiently.
Students will be provided an active learning environment. Active learning refers to methods where students do more than simply listen to class lectures. Students do something including discovering, processing, practicing, and applying information through interaction with teachers. We have all necessary government approvals and formalities in place to start building the school.
Figure 2 shows the schools land and the buildings. Figure 3 shows an artists rendering of the completed school building. It has four wings west, north, east, and south. These wings will have classrooms, laboratories, and offices. The eastside extension in the background will house a multipurpose hall and additional rooms.
Figure 2. A sketch showing the school land and the buildings. Figure 3. Artists rendering of the school building. The plan is to build the school in stages. In the first stage, the school will have classes from KG to 8th grade. A new grade will be added every year after that. In the first stage, 17 classrooms, one office, one teachers residence housing for 16 teachers , and one principal's residence will be built. The on-campus housing for teachers will enable us to attract better teachers.
In the second stage of construction, three additional classrooms, additional office space, and a multipurpose hall will be added by the beginning of the second year of operation. The figures in the balance sheet are in rupees.
Currently, there are six unfinished, bare classrooms each room is 30 feet by 25 feet. The foundational pillars for another three classrooms have been laid down. One set of unfinished stairs is also completed. The pictures below in Figures 4 to 6 show a partial view of the school under construction.
Figures 4 and 5 show the west side classrooms. Figure 6 shows the foundation and pillars for the north wing in the foreground of the building while the west wing is in the background. Figure 4. A partial view of the west wing of the school under construction. The school building starts at the northwest corner of the land.
Figure 5. Another view of the west wing of the school. Figure 6. This picture shows the partially built pillars for the north wing in the foreground, and the west wing is in the background. The school is expected to become self-sustaining in the 4th year of its operation. This funding will enable the school to build a total of 20 classrooms including five laboratories Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Math, and computer labs and one library, three office rooms, teacher housing for accommodating up to 16 teachers, one principals residence, and a multipurpose hall.
Sun Academic Foundation is expected to complete all the construction work by the second year of the school operation. Table 2 in section 9. The requested capital will enable the school to become self-sustaining and to have enough building space to run classes up to the 12th grade. The details of the five-year budget and other financial data are discussed in the financial plan section of the business plan.
School Services 3. Each student will be treated as a valuable customer who expects the best learning environment. Teachers and other employees of the school will be treated with respect. The school will engage in the following major activities: 1. Manage student learning Manage student services Manage school operation Manage finance and accounting Manage auxiliary services These activities will go through a periodic assessment of their performance.
Each of these major activities is briefly described below. Programs will be designed based upon the required knowledge, skills, and abilities KSA. Appropriate courses will be designed and taught based upon the KSA specification of each program. Teaching and student learning will be assessed on a regular basis. Student and teacher performance will be assessed. These assessments will be used as a feedback to evaluate teachers as well as curricular programs.
Teachers will be given adequate resources and facilities to upgrade and refine their teaching skills. After school coaching sessions will be conducted to help and guide students in their assignments and homework. These sessions will allow students to complete their assigned work without relying on their parents.
To develop and promote constructive and developmental cultural, moral and spiritual values of life. To inculcate an understanding of, and appreciation for, the protection and utilization of the natural environment using scientific and technological knowledge; vi. To develop pre-requisites for continuing education and development; and viii.
To develop varieties of basic practical skills for enabling individuals make a living in a multi-skilled manner. Skills in communication, oral expression, reading and writing in Kiswahili, English and the local language. Basic computation skills, including skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Knowledge of the natural environment and its utilization and conservation, and of physical and biological sciences; iv. Physical development and inculcation of progressive and balanced emotional control through games, sports, hobbies and good health habits; vi. Aesthetic skills through music, drama and art; vii. Home Science and basics of health and family life; viii. Ethical development through religious and moral education; and ix.
Agriculture and other pre-vocational skills, such as business and commercial skills [including familiarity with simple tools and materials and ability to prepare simple reports, records and accounts]; x. Progressive ideas and ideals, and development knowledge, attitudes and ambitions, through social studies and current affairs and other subjects. James Nursery and Primary School is to provide superior, Christian education consistent with Biblical principles.
A dedicated, professional faculty presents God as the source of all life and truth. Within a secure, loving environment, students will discover their individual gifts and develop spiritually, socially, and intellectually.
We strongly believe that the union of our school, its families, and their churches will equip our students for a life pursuing excellence and integrity under the Lordship of Christ. Our Commitment In the light of the Lordship of Jesus Christ and the authority of God's word, we will educate each unique student in cooperation with the Christian community so that he or she is equipped and inspired to make a difference for Jesus Christ in the world. Our Core Values St.
James Nursery and Primary School has developed the following core values to provide a firm foundation for our school. Christian administration and faculty model Christ in teaching and leading. All programmes, academic, sports, after school, scouting, and music, exhibit Christ-centered leadership. High academic standards are maintained with internal and external evaluation welcomed. The curriculum and other programs are focused on excellence.
Home Science and basics of health and family life; viii. Income and Expense Details for Five Years
Extensive background checks will be conducted on all potential staff and teachers to verify academic and criminal records and their social skills. A close interface with the industry will be sought and maintained. Home Science and basics of health and family life; viii. The environment is loving, supportive and nurturing for children, families and staff.
A dedicated, professional faculty presents God as the source of all life and truth. Wash hand basin shall be designed to promote ideal healthy living and be provided at the rate of 1 per class. State-of-theart laboratories and IT infrastructure will create a more hands-on learning environment for students. Management and Staff Organizational practices such as business, development, marketing, personnel and government are all Christ-centered. The document covers all levels of education from pre- primary to higher education, and all types of formal education such as general, technical, vocational, teacher training as well as non-formal education.
God created all things of His own sovereign will, and by His Word they are sustained and controlled. Operational Plan 7. The Indias map in Figure 1 shows the location of Jaunpur. Teaching and student learning will be assessed on a regular basis. A well-defined process will be used to recruit and admit students.