School Home Partnership
At GD Salwan, we believe in building bridges of trust and togetherness between caregivers, Classrooms, and Communities through Cooperation, Communication, Coordination and Collaboration. Unified by a strong sense of community, all stakeholders work in tandem with shared responsibilities and common goals. Through an effective Home-School-Community Partnership, together, we weave enriching experiences that foster harmonious relationships, necessary for creating a healthier community. Indeed, every member of the Salwan fraternity feels loved, valued, and empowered.
Workshops for Parents
“Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers and enthusiastic parents.”
A student’s academic and all-round development is not only the contribution of the school, but also the parents’ involvement, which is indispensable at each and every step.
At the onset of every academic year, the parent orientation programme is held to apprise the parents about school management, rules and regulations, and other school policies. It is a great opportunity for parents to know what to expect in the coming year and also equip themselves for it. They also get to know about varied teaching methodologies, new changes in the curriculum, patterns for conducting examinations, the extracurricular activities and the support required from them, etc. By doing so, they would be able to implement the learning process at home and students continue to learn and develop holistically. Parents’ involvement is desirable, possible, and valuable in improving students’ growth and performance.
“ Learning is a treasure that follows its owner everywhere.”
Children learn best when the role models in their lives like parents, teachers, and other community members work together to encourage and support them.
Every year, the school invites parents to have an informative and enriching session with the students. The motto is to involve parents in the education of children. Parents get a feel of how the children spend their day at school while students get new insights from parents coming from diverse backgrounds. Parents are also encouraged to use teaching aids and make presentations in order to instill interest in students and make the class more vibrant and interactive. This activity helps in creating a stronger bond between parents, children, and the school
Parent-Teacher Association Members
|Post||Name (Parents)||E-Mail address||Name (Teachers)||E-mail address|
|Chairperson||-||Smt. Mukul Jhafirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Vice- Chairperson||Shri Himanshu Mehtaemail@example.com (common for all)
|Smt. Priti Dewanfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hony. Secretary||Shri Chandra Shekharemail@example.com||-|
|Hony. Joint Secretary||Shri Anurag Arorafirstname.lastname@example.org||Smt. Rekha Goelemail@example.com|
|Members||1. Smt. Manneet Kaur Bindrafirstname.lastname@example.org||Shri Ganesh Chandra|
|2. Smt. Preeti Sehgalemail@example.com||Smt. Harmeet Kaur|
|3. Shri Parminder Singh Ahujafirstname.lastname@example.org||Smt. Shweta Malhotra|
|4 . Smt. Vaishali Nagpal||vaishalinagpal2007@rediffmail. com||--|
|Hony. Treasurer||--||--||Smt. Yamini Sharma|