Recognition, Credentials, Objective
St. Augustine's Day School, Calcutta, was established by the St. Augustine Education Society. The St. Augustine's Day School is run, managed and governed by the St. Augustine Education Society, Calcutta, a registered society under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act 1961. It is administered by the Code of Regulation for Anglo Indian Schools and other listed schools in West Bengal. All the three schools are affiliated to the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi which conducts the ICSE and ISC Examinations. The school is administered by the Code of Regulations for Anglo-Indian Schools in West Bengal and the school is under the purview of the National Commission for Minority Educational Institutions Act 2004, under Article 30 of the Constitution of India.
The programme of studies is planned
to give the students a general education
in accordance with the aim and
objectives of the school and the
syllabus laid down by the Council.
Programmes, projects, excursions,
competitions help to develop the skills
and aptitudes of the student.
Academic Council: For the Academic Policy and progress of the school there are three Academic Councils consisting of Headmaster, Sectional In charge and Subject Teachers headed by the Principal. These Councils look after classes LKG - V, VI-VIII and IX - XII.
Examination: There is regular continuous assessment in the form of class work, home work, project and oral. Apart from these there are two terminal examinations. Result are given after the examinations to the parents to assess their wards' ability in school.
Parent / Teachers Meeting: After every terminal examination, he school insists parents/guardians to meet the subject teachers and discuss the progress of the child. The weak students are especially taken care of, thus they get an opportunity to improve next time.