The IB Diploma for classes 11 and 12 is held at the Senior School campus at Moulsari Avenue in DLF City Phase III, Gurgaon.
8:00 am to 3:00 pm
Summer -Regular uniform
Red-&-navy-pinstriped short-sleeved shirt
Navy blue trousers – for both boys and girls
Navy blue skirt – for girls
School socks – white with maroon and blue bands
Short-sleeved house T-shirt: red (Vasundhara), yellow (Himgiri), blue (Sagar), green (Srishti)
Navy blue shorts
Winter – Regular uniform
Red-&-navy-pinstriped long-sleeved shirt
Navy blue trousers for all students
Navy blue skirt for girls (optional)
Maroon school pullover
Navy blue school jacket
Navy blue mufflers & gloves
School socks – navy blue with maroon bands
Winter –PE uniform
Long-sleeved house T-shirt
Navy blue school track suit (sweatshirt & track pants)
There is no particular date on which the school uniform changes and the children can dress according to the weather and their own comfort.
Senior school students have to come in uniform on their birthdays.
Elaborate birthday celebrations, such as carrying cake to be cut in class or expensive gifts, are not encouraged at school.
The school provides lunch, served in the lunch hall that is compulsory for all students.
The school campus has two canteen outlets that sell freshly prepared snacks. Senior school students can use the canteen during short break and lunch on any day of the week.
Yes, there are school buses, which ply in both Delhi and Gurgaon.
Yes, teachers accompany the children on the buses except on Fridays when only the didis escort the children.
The schools have trained house keeping staff under an effective supervisor. Frequent inspection by the administrator and the supervisor ensures a clean environment. Support staff is regularly trained in hygiene. The campuses have RO systems with water coolers to provide safe and clean drinking water. The quality of the water supply is monitored carefully throughout the year.
All the classes are monitored by teachers at all times. During the break or any such time, teachers monitor the campus as per the duty register. All unbecoming disciplinary issues are addressed and an environment of integrity is encouraged. Students are expected to follow school rules and conduct themselves appropriately. There is round the clock guarding of the campus. Identity cards are issued to students and staff and must be carried at all times. Teachers are on buses in the morning and in the afternoon, except on Fridays. In case of a field trip, outstation trip or an event outside the campus, children are accompanied by teachers.
The teacher student ratio in both junior and senior schools is approximately 1:5.
English is the medium of instruction, as well as the compulsory Group 1 subject. Hindi, French and Spanish are offered in group 2.
All teachers in the programme are professionally trained and experienced. The teachers recognise differential learning and lessons are designed to appeal to visual, kinaesthetic and spatial learners. Methods of teaching according to the international norms are maintained in the classrooms. Teaching methodology includes but also goes beyond the classroom dialogue between teacher and students and incorporates presentations, projects and activity-based teaching; collaborative, experimental and experiential learning; self-study and peer teaching.
Formal assessments are made through a system of formative and summative assessment involving a mix of cycle tests, projects, presentations and quizzes, which incorporate writing and oral skills. A record of the academic progress is kept and shared periodically with parents and strategies for enhancing the student’s growth are designed. In addition, the requirements of the IBO to which the school is affiliated are strictly followed and careful records maintained.
The Shri Ram Schools are committed to inclusive education and pairs pedagogy with philosophy to ensure every child feels respected and secure, and is accepted and encouraged for what he or she is. The schools offer varied learning and leadership opportunities to facilitate this. The entire Shri Ram community is sensitised to this belief in respecting all children and their promise and support systems are created for the same.
The Shri Ram Schools were the first to integrate students with special needs into mainstream education. This sensitivity is inculcated through the Early intervention Services and its Special Education Needs department which work towards meeting the needs of differently abled children so that every child gets the same school leaving certificate.
Co-curricular activities, designed to be learning, leadership and fun opportunities, form a part of the IB calendar during and after school hours throughout the year. They encompass performing arts, fine arts, literary and creative writing pursuits, sports, environment, science, heritage, interacting with achievers and role models. In senior school they could be intra-school, inter-school, regional, state or national events such as Shri Soccer, Shri Basketball, Model United Nations, Shri Debate and Shri Khoj. The IB students also participate in a variety of activities under the CAS programme such as International Cuisine Week, International Film Week. After school activities include sports coaching, drama and theatre, photography, robotics, etc.
In keeping with the spirit of the IB programme and the core principles of TSRS, we belief in providing varied learning opportunities, drawing forth all kinds of potential and acknowledging and cultivating diverse strengths to take education beyond books; therefore the IB curriculum at The Shri Ram School is structured to include both pursuit of academic excellence to the best of one’s ability and co-curricular activities in various fields to build confidence and a more rounded personality. Every student is allowed to dream and follow that dream, with the school and faculty acting as facilitator and guide to channel aspirations and abilities. Our results ensure that our students are admitted to the top colleges abroad and in India.
Sports are taken seriously at The Shri Ram School and there is an early morning coaching for senior schools and house teams, after school coaching classes and Soccer and Basketball Leagues. There are intra-school and inter-school tournaments, including those at the district, regional and national levels in a variety of sports disciplines. The Head of Sports and the Secretaries of Sports are key posts in the Student Council.
All campuses have open spaces for play and structured physical education classes. Trained and experienced physical educators ensure that the students participate in sports and exercises.
The Moulsari campus has basketball courts, badminton courts, fields for soccer / football and cricket, gymnasiums and a swimming pool.
There are regular Parent Teacher Meetings held in school. While formal report cards are given twice a year, a system of non reporting Parent Teacher Meets is also followed. Specific days are also assigned for each class where parents can walk-in to meet the teachers with prior appointment. Parents are also invited to career counselling programmes held at the school.
The schools communicate with parents through the website, newsletters, text messages, e-mail and school diaries. Scheduled communication between teachers and parents includes parent teacher meetings, end of the term reporting, meeting by appointment and walk-in time. Apart from these scheduled meetings, teachers meet with parents whenever a need arises and much informal communication takes place at the many school events. The school website offers a vast amount of information on the school, and its programs and events. At some campuses, homework is put up on Moodle, which the students are expected to log on to regularly. It is strongly recommended that parents log on to the website to remain aware of school events.
The schools encourage involvement of parents. There is an active Parent Teacher Association (PTA) which meets periodically to discuss the infrastructural and academic issues of the schools. Suggestions are taken seriously and solutions incorporated. They are also encouraged to volunteer for and work with the school in holding workshops, escorting students for trips and taking the initiative for any other program they feel fit. The Shri Ram Parent Teacher Association is an indispensable part of the school.
There are full time career counsellors at Aravali and Moulsari campuses to advise senior students on the options available to them. Career talks and workshops are a part of the timetable for senior classes. Counselling for admissions in India and abroad happens regularly before groups and individually.
Yes, we do accept student applications from other educational systems, subject to the parameters laid down by IBO for the Diploma Programme.
Please refer to IB Admissions
We give preference to siblings of students already in the school. In such a case, siblings automatically move to the top of their respective category in the waiting list.