November PTM with SST
On the 10th, 11th, and 12th of November, JVLR Primary school will have virtual parent-teacher meetings (PTM) with the single-subject teachers.
During these meetings, you will have the opportunity to discuss your child’s individual learning and progress. Single-subject classes will run as normal on the 10th, with conferences running between 2-4 pm. Please note that there will be no single subject classes on the 11th and 12th of November as there will have conferences all day.
Meeting sign-up will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Sign-up will open on Monday 25th October at 8 am and close on Wednesday 10th November at 8am. Each meeting will be scheduled for 7 minutes. You will not be able to sign up for a PTM for the 10th - 12th of November after the system has closed. We encourage you to book your conferences before the break as the support team will not be available over the Diwali holiday.
We are using School Cloud to sign up for the meetings and to host the video calls with teachers.
On conference day, please log into your account so that you are not prompted to log in for each call. You will need to allow SchoolCloud access to your video and microphone for the video call. Please attend your scheduled meetings promptly, as meetings will automatically be disconnected after the allotted time.
If you have not yet signed up to SchoolCloud, please refer to this video Using School Cloud.
For a full parent tutorial on SchoolCloud, please click here.
If you have any problems logging in or setting up appointments then help is available from our IT team from Monday - Friday from 08:00 am to 05:00 pm at the following email address email@example.com.
Focus of discussions
This meeting is to discuss your child’s progress with the single subject teacher.
Roles in the PTM
Role of the teacher:
Role of the parent:
Role of the student:
Students may have class during the PTM. We encourage students to be partners in giving feedback, so encourage them to attend the PTM. If they do not attend class during a PTM, please send a message to the teacher.
Non-attendance/ technical issues on the day
If you are unable to attend your meeting after you have signed up, or you have a technical problem on the day, please contact the teacher(s) to let them know. If there is an issue, meetings can be rescheduled for an alternative date. All single subject teacher contact details are available on the JVLR Primary Blog on the ‘Introduction to the single subject teachers’ link.
Deputy Head of Primary (JVLR)
A continuation of reading
Dear Parents and Guardians,
In continuation of our approaches to reading at OIS article, written by Leena in our recent publication of Empower Weekly, please find shared a recording from Ms Krshma and Ms Meher, who go into a little more detail about what reading looks like in our Primary classes.
Dear Parents, Families and Guardians,
We would like to take some time to mention some authentic student achievement.
Kabir Narang, a Grade 3 student created customised art kits to send to terminally ill kids across different hospitals in Mumbai (including Tata Cancer Hospital & SRCC Hospital) during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Read more at:
We would also like to mention Tsar Adhikari from Skg, who participated in a speed skating event along with his sister Alamarah who won Bronze. It was a 4 day event organised by Shivganga Roller Skating Club, Belgaum. The skatethon will be listed in 9 Books of Records Internationally.
1. Indian Young Achievers Book Of Records.
2. Best of India Records.
3. Global Records.
4. Asia Pacific Records.
5. National Records.
6. Childrens Records.
7. Asia Book of Records.
8. Best of Asia Records.
9. Extreme Records.
We would also like to mention Saachi Mehra, who as Editor-in-Chief of the OIS Times has successfully worked with a group of writers to create an informative newsletter shared with all OIS students.
If your child has done something amazing, either as a result of learning in school or with the support of their family, please reach out to us so we can celebrate their achievements.