Our Kindergarten (Lower KG & Higher KG) curriculum is designed to enable children to develop a love for learning in young and supple minds. Adopting the infallible play way method and using a wide range of learning materials and activities, these inquisitive and impressionable minds explore creative, mathematical, linguistic and psychosocial areas. The tiny tots are encouraged to gain confidence in their abilities by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to joyously venture into new areas of learning. We nurture the cognitive and fine motor skills of these young ones through a warm, caring and stimulating atmosphere provided to encourage curiosity. The development of their tender minds through a variety of creative, kinesthetic and problem-solving activities helps learning to become a natural and enjoyable process.

 

Subjects Offered

English Language
Rhymes
Storytelling
 
Mathematics
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
 
Games
 

For a complete perusal of the Kindergarten syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

In Primary School (Grades 1 to 5), our curriculum focuses on encouraging inquiry, exploration and inculcating confidence in key learning skills such as reading, writing, listening, speaking, information technology capability, problem-solving, observation and self assessment. The primary school years encourage and motivate young minds to become self-confident, self-reliant and self-disciplined through a variety of curricular and co-curricular programs. Children of this age group are active, curious, experimental and imaginative and the primary school curriculum is tailored to make the best use of these character traits for proper development.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/Arabic)
Mathematics
 
Environmental Studies
Bahrain Geography
Computer Science
 
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
Games & Physical Education
 
Moral Science
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Primary School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

In Middle School (Grades 6 to 8), students build on the foundations laid in the primary school. While holistic growth is always the focus, during these years the pace of academics demands is slowly accelerated, and students are groomed to embrace challenges while becoming aware of the need to set goals and have long-term objectives. Assessment in the Middle School is Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE), using a variety of assessment tools. Continuous evaluation of a child’s performance in class and in the assessments are monitored and reviewed throughout the academic year to facilitate their continued progress. Timely sharing and discussion of each child’s progress with parents builds a strong school parent partnership that ensures that each child is developing in an all round and appropriate manner.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/Arabic)
Third Language (French/Malayalam/Tamil)
 
Mathematics
Science (Physics/Chemistry/Biology)
Social Studies (History/Civics/Geography)
 
Computer Science
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
 
Games & Physical Education
Moral Science
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Middle School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

In High School (Grades 9 & 10), a smooth transition from childhood to adolescence is facilitated by value added education even as academic challenges become the focus and students begin preparation for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, at the end of Grade 10. Assessment in the high school section is strictly as per CBSE guidelines, using a variety of assessment tools that aim and facilitate ease of communication between the school and parents in order to ensure that each child feels comfortable in the path of progress.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/French/Malayalam/Arabic)
Social Studies (History/ Geography/Democratic Politics/Economics)
 
Mathematics
Science (Physics/Chemistry/Biology)
Computer Science
 
Art & Craft
Games & Physical Education
Moral Science
 
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Secondary School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

In Senior School (Grades 11 & 12), students take their first step towards choosing a career path and begin to focus on subjects in line with that choice. The school provides guidance to help students make their choice and has specialist teachers for all offered subjects. The school also offers scholarships which provides students an added incentive to work harder at this critical juncture in their academic life. At the culmination of these two crucial years, which is at the end of Grade 12, students sit for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.

 

Streams Offered
SCIENCE
Code: SMB – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology
Code: SMC – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science
Code: SME – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering Graphics
Code: SBP – English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education
COMMERCE
Code: CMT – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Mathematics
Code: CMK – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Marketing
Code: CPE – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education
HUMANITIES
Code: HMK – English, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Marketing
Code: HPE – English, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Physical Education
 
Eligibility Criteria for streams (based on Model or Board Examination marks available at the time of application)

Stream & CombinationsCodeEligibility (% of Marks)
Science (Mathematics & Biology)SMBMinimum of 80% in aggregate and in
Science & Mathematics separately
Science (Mathematics & Computer Science / Engineering Graphics)SMC & SME
Science (Biology & Physical Education)SBPMinimum of 75% in aggregate and in
Science & Mathematics separately
Commerce (Mathematics)CMT
Commerce (Marketing / Physical Education)CMK & CPEMinimum of 70% in aggregate
Humanities (Marketing / Physical Education)HMK & HPEMinimum of 60% in aggregate
 

IMPORTANT

  • Admission to Grade 11 is provisional and will be confirmed only on the basis of the Grade 10 CBSE Board Examination results.
  • Streams and combinations offered will depend upon the strength enrolled in each. If your stream code selected in “Option 1” does not have adequate enrollments, you will be offered your “Option 2” choice. If there are inadequate enrollments in your “Option 2” choice also, then you will be offered your “Option 3” choice.
  • Students who wish to avail an offered scholarship, should apply with proof of marks obtained in the Board Examination once the results are declared. Until then, all students must pay the fees in full.
  • Students who have obtained the required aggregate percentage marks in order to be eligible for a scholarship will be reimbursed the amount due to them.
  • Students who were awarded scholarships in Grade 11, must score a minimum aggregate of 75% in the Grade 11 Annual Examination in order to continue receiving the scholarship benefit in Grade 12.

 

KINDERGARTEN

Our Kindergarten (Lower KG & Higher KG) curriculum is designed to enable children to develop a love for learning in young and supple minds. Adopting the infallible play way method and using a wide range of learning materials and activities, these inquisitive and impressionable minds explore creative, mathematical, linguistic and psychosocial areas. The tiny tots are encouraged to gain confidence in their abilities by equipping them with the necessary skills and knowledge to joyously venture into new areas of learning. We nurture the cognitive and fine motor skills of these young ones through a warm, caring and stimulating atmosphere provided to encourage curiosity. The development of their tender minds through a variety of creative, kinesthetic and problem-solving activities helps learning to become a natural and enjoyable process.

 

Subjects Offered

English Language
Rhymes
Storytelling
 
Mathematics
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
 
Games
 

For a complete perusal of the Kindergarten syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

PRIMARY

In Primary School (grades I to V), our curriculum focuses on encouraging inquiry, exploration and inculcating confidence in key learning skills such as reading, writing, listening, speaking, information technology capability, problem-solving, observation and self assessment. The primary school years encourage and motivate young minds to become self-confident, self-reliant and self-disciplined through a variety of curricular and co-curricular programs. Children of this age group are active, curious, experimental and imaginative and the primary school curriculum is tailored to make the best use of these character traits for proper development.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/Arabic)
Mathematics
 
Environmental Studies
Bahrain Geography
Computer Science
 
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
Games & Physical Education
 
Moral Science
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Primary School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

MIDDLE

In Middle School (grades VI to VIII), students build on the foundations laid in the primary school. While holistic growth is always the focus, during these years the pace of academics demands is slowly accelerated, and students are groomed to embrace challenges while becoming aware of the need to set goals and have long-term objectives. Assessment in the Middle School is Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation(CCE), using a variety of assessment tools. Continuous evaluation of a child’s performance in class and in the assessments are monitored and reviewed throughout the academic year to facilitate their continued progress. Timely sharing and discussion of each child’s progress with parents builds a strong school parent partnership that ensures that each child is developing in an all round and appropriate manner.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/Arabic)
Third Language (French/Malayalam/Tamil)
 
Mathematics
Science (Physics/Chemistry/Biology)
Social Studies (History/Civics/Geography)
 
Computer Science
General Knowledge
Art & Craft
 
Games & Physical Education
Moral Science
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Middle School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

SECONDARY

In High School (grades IX & X), a smooth transition from childhood to adolescence is facilitated by value added education even as academic challenges become the focus and students begin preparation for the All India Secondary School Examination (AISSE) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi, at the end of grade X. Assessment in the high school section is strictly as per CBSE guidelines, using a variety of assessment tools that aim and facilitate ease of communication between the school and parents in order to ensure that each child feels comfortable in the path of progress.

 

Subjects Offered

Primary Language (English)
Second Language (Hindi/French/Malayalam/Arabic)
Social Studies (History/ Geography/Democratic Politics/Economics)
 
Mathematics
Science (Physics/Chemistry/Biology)
Computer Science
 
Art & Craft
Games & Physical Education
Moral Science
 
Islamic Studies
(*Islamic Studies is mandatory for all Muslims while Value Education/Moral Science is offered to others)
 

For a complete perusal of the Secondary School syllabus and a look at the monthly schedule of how the syllabus will be taught over the year, please Click Here

SENIOR SECONDARY

In Senior School (Grades 11 & 12), students take their first step towards choosing a career path and begin to focus on subjects in line with that choice. The school provides guidance to help students make their choice and has specialist teachers for all offered subjects. The school also offers scholarships which provides students an added incentive to work harder at this critical juncture in their academic life. At the culmination of these two crucial years, which is at the end of Grade 12, students sit for the All India Senior School Certificate Examination (AISSCE) conducted by the Central Board of Secondary Education, New Delhi.

 

Streams Offered
SCIENCE
Code: SMB – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology
Code: SMC – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science
Code: SME – English, Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Engineering Graphics
Code: SBP – English, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Physical Education
COMMERCE
Code: CMT – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Mathematics
Code: CMK – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Marketing
Code: CPE – English, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Physical Education
HUMANITIES
Code: HMK – English, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Marketing
Code: HPE – English, Political Science, Economics, Psychology, Physical Education
 
Eligibility Criteria for streams (based on Model or Board Examination marks available at the time of application)

Stream & CombinationsCodeEligibility (% of Marks)
Science (Mathematics & Biology)SMBMinimum of 80% in aggregate and in
Science & Mathematics separately
Science (Mathematics & Computer Science / Engineering Graphics)SMC & SME
Science (Biology & Physical Education)SBPMinimum of 75% in aggregate and in
Science & Mathematics separately
Commerce (Mathematics)CMT
Commerce (Marketing / Physical Education)CMK & CPEMinimum of 70% in aggregate
Humanities (Marketing / Physical Education)HMK & HPEMinimum of 60% in aggregate
 

IMPORTANT

  • Admission to Grade 11 is provisional and will be confirmed only on the basis of the Grade 10 CBSE Board Examination results.
  • Streams and combinations offered will depend upon the strength enrolled in each. If your stream code selected in “Option 1” does not have adequate enrollments, you will be offered your “Option 2” choice. If there are inadequate enrollments in your “Option 2” choice also, then you will be offered your “Option 3” choice.
  • Scholarships on Tuition Fee will be offered only to current Grade 10 students of The Asian School (please refer to circular dated 11.12.19).
  • Students who wish to avail an offered scholarship, should apply with proof of marks obtained in the Board Examination once the results are declared. Until then, all students must pay the fees in full.
  • Students who have obtained the required aggregate percentage marks in order to be eligible for a scholarship will be reimbursed the amount due to them.
  • Students who were awarded scholarships in Grade 11, must score a minimum aggregate of 75% in the Grade 11 Annual Examination in order to continue receiving the scholarship benefit in Grade 12.

 

CURRICULUM

The school follows a curriculum directed by The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), Delhi. The curriculum/syllabus as defined by CBSE can be found here.

ACADEMIC TERMS

The academic year is divided into 3 terms as follows:

First Term – April to June
Second Term – September to December
Third Term – January to March

EVALUATION CRITERIA

SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT

FIRST TERM (April to October)

ASSESSMENTCRITERIAMARKSWEIGHTAGE
Periodic Test 1
Periodic Test 2
Best of the 2 Periodic tests will be considered1010%
Internal AssessmentSubject Enrichment (5 marks)
Activity
Notebook Completion (5 marks)
Neatness & Assignment
1010%
Half Yearly ExaminationLKG to Grade 5
Grades 6 to 8
60
80
20%
TERM TOTALPeriodic Test + Internal Assessment + Half Yearly Examination40%

SECOND TERM (November to March)

ASSESSMENTCRITERIAMARKSWEIGHTAGE
Periodic Test 3
Periodic Test 4
Best of the 2 Periodic tests will be considered1010%
Internal AssessmentSubject Enrichment (5 marks)
Activity
Notebook Completion (5 marks)
Neatness & Assignment
1010%
Annual ExaminationLKG to Grade 5
Grades 6 to 8
60
80
40%
TERM TOTALPeriodic Test + Internal Assessment + Annual Examination60%
GRAND TOTALFirst Term (40%) + Second Term (60%) 100%
Total 100 marks
(Syllabus will cover portions for the entire year)
Subjects20 Marks
(Internal Assessment)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject
80 Marks
(Annual Examination)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject
Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)Assessment
(10 Marks)
Notebook Submission (5 Marks)Portfolio
(5 Marks)
Language 1Speaking and
listening skills
Periodic written
Test, restricted to
three in each
subject in an
Academic Year.
Average of the
best two tests to
be taken for final
marks
submission.
This will cover:
- Regularity
- Assignment
Completion
- Neatness &
upkeep of notebook
Creative work
and evidences that
demonstrate skills
development.
Assessment will
gauge
- Organization
- Neatness and
Visual Appeal
- Completion of
guided work
focused on specific
curricular objectives
- Completeness
The Annual Examination
for Grade 9 and Board Examination for Grade 10 will be for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject taught in that grade only.

Marks and Grades
both, will be awarded for Individual subjects.

9-point grading for
Grades 9 and 10 will be the same as followed by the Board in Grade 10.
Language 2Speaking and
listening skills
SciencePractical Lab work
MathematicsMaths Lab Practical
Social ScienceMap Work and
Project Work

Subjects: English, Mathematics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Political Science

Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory8080802408033 %
Practical202020602033 %
 
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering Graphics, Psychology, Physical Education
Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory7070702107033 %
Practical303030903033 %
 
Subject: Marketing
Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory6060601806033 %
Practical4040401204033 %
SubjectsCode
Theory
(External Assessment)
Practical
(Internal Assessment)
English
Mathematics
Accountancy
Business Studies
Economics
Political Science
301
041
055
054
030
028
80 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
20 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Computer Science
Engineering Graphics
Psychology
Physical Education
042
043
044
083
046
037
048
70 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
30 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
Marketing 81260 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
40 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
CO-SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT
Co-scholastic Activities for LKG to Grade 8: For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 3 point grading scale (A – Outstanding, B – Good, C – Fair).
1. Work Education
2. Health and Physical Education
Co-scholastic Activities for Grades 9 and 10: Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E).
1. Art Education
2. Health and Physical Education
Co-scholastic Activities for Grades 11 and 12: Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E).
1. Computer Education Program
2. Health and Physical Education
Discipline: All students of Grades 6 to 10 will also be assessed for discipline, which will be based on factors such as attendance, sincerity, behavior, values, respect for rules and regulations, attitude towards society and the nation, among others. Grading of discipline will be done on a 5 point grading scale (A to E) for Grades 9 and 10 and a 3 point scale (A to C) for Grades 6 to 8.

EVALUATION CRITERIA

SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT
LKG to Grade 8

FIRST TERM (April to October)

ASSESSMENTCRITERIAMARKSWEIGHTAGE
Periodic Test 1
Periodic Test 2
Best of the 2 Periodic tests will be considered1010%
Internal AssessmentSubject Enrichment (5 marks)
Activity
Notebook Completion (5 marks)
Neatness & Assignment
1010%
Half Yearly ExaminationLKG to Grade 5
Grades 6 to 8
60
80
20%
TERM TOTALPeriodic Test + Internal Assessment + Half Yearly Examination40%

SECOND TERM (November to March)

ASSESSMENTCRITERIAMARKSWEIGHTAGE
Periodic Test 3
Periodic Test 4
Best of the 2 Periodic tests will be considered1010%
Internal AssessmentSubject Enrichment (5 marks)
Activity
Notebook Completion (5 marks)
Neatness & Assignment
1010%
Annual ExaminationLKG to Grade 5
Grades 6 to 8
60
80
40%
TERM TOTALPeriodic Test + Internal Assessment + Annual Examination60%
GRAND TOTALFirst Term (40%) + Second Term (60%) 100%
Grades 9 and 10
Total 100 marks
(Syllabus will cover portions for the entire year)
Subjects20 Marks
(Internal Assessment)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of overall 20 marks earmarked in each subject
80 Marks
(Annual Examination)

Student has to secure 33% marks out of 80 marks in each subject
Subject Enrichment Activity (5 Marks)Assessment
(10 Marks)
Notebook Submission (5 Marks)Portfolio
(5 Marks)
Language 1Speaking and
listening skills
Periodic written
Test, restricted to
three in each
subject in an
Academic Year.
Average of the
best two tests to
be taken for final
marks
submission.
This will cover:
- Regularity
- Assignment
Completion
- Neatness &
upkeep of notebook
Creative work
and evidences that
demonstrate skills
development.
Assessment will
gauge
- Organization
- Neatness and
Visual Appeal
- Completion of
guided work
focused on specific
curricular objectives
- Completeness
The Annual Examination
for Grade 9 and Board Examination for Grade 10 will be for 80 marks in each subject covering 100% syllabus of the subject taught in that grade only.

Marks and Grades
both, will be awarded for Individual subjects.

9-point grading for
Grades 9 and 10 will be the same as followed by the Board in Grade 10.
Language 2Speaking and
listening skills
SciencePractical Lab work
MathematicsMaths Lab Practical
Social ScienceMap Work and
Project Work

Grade 11

Subjects: English, Mathematics, Accountancy, Business Studies, Economics, Political Science

Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory8080802408033 %
Practical202020602033 %
 
Subjects: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Computer Science, Engineering Graphics, Psychology, Physical Education
Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory7070702107033 %
Practical303030903033 %
 
Subject: Marketing
Area of
Evaluation
ExaminationAggregate (25% Term I + 25% Term II + 50% Annual)
Term I Term IIAnnualMaximumMinimumPass %
Theory6060601806033 %
Practical4040401204033 %
Grade 12
SubjectsCode
Theory
(External Assessment)
Practical
(Internal Assessment)
English
Mathematics
Accountancy
Business Studies
Economics
Political Science
301
041
055
054
030
028
80 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
20 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
Physics
Chemistry
Biology
Computer Science
Engineering Graphics
Psychology
Physical Education
042
043
044
083
046
037
048
70 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
30 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
Marketing 81260 Marks
Year End Assessment by the Board
(CBSE Examination)
40 Marks
Year End Assessment by the school,
conducted by CBSE appointed
External Examiners
CO-SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT
Co-scholastic Activities for LKG to Grade 8: For the holistic development of the student, co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 3 point grading scale (A – Outstanding, B – Good, C – Fair).
1. Work Education
2. Health and Physical Education
Co-scholastic Activities for Grades 9 and 10: Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E).
1. Art Education
2. Health and Physical Education
Co-scholastic Activities for Grades 11 and 12: Co-curricular activities in the following areas will be conducted and will be graded on a 5 point grading scale (A to E).
1. Computer Education Program
2. Health and Physical Education
Discipline: All students of Grades 6 to 10 will also be assessed for discipline, which will be based on factors such as attendance, sincerity, behavior, values, respect for rules and regulations, attitude towards society and the nation, among others. Grading of discipline will be done on a 5 point grading scale (A to E) for Grades 9 and 10 and a 3 point scale (A to C) for Grades 6 to 8.

PROMOTION CRITERIA

  1. Minimum attendance should be 75% of the total working days.
  2. Minimum 33% for Grades 6 to 11 (‘D’ grade) and 40% for LKG to Grade 5 (‘D’ grade) in all subjects.
  3. Minimum 33% in all practicals for Grades 11 and 12.
  4. Overall grade will not be given if a student is absent or has failed in any subject including co-scholastic subjects.
  5. It is compulsory for a student to appear for all examinations and tests. If a student fails to appear for the Half Yearly Examination (LKG to Grade 8) on genuine grounds and if the Principal is satisfied with the reasons, he/she may be allowed proportionate credit for the examination at the time of final assessment for promotion to the next higher grade.
  6. Students absenting themselves from any examination or test for medical reasons are required to submit a medical certificate along with a letter of absence.
  7. All subjects will be continuously assessed during the course of the academic year and graded according to performance. The tests will be Periodic and Examinations.
  8. A student who has not appeared in the Annual Examination is not eligible for promotion to the next higher grade, even if he/she secures sufficient marks in the earlier tests and examinations. But if the reason for absence is genuine, the Principal may arrange a re-examination for the student. Such re-examinations cannot be later than 31st May. There will be no re-examination for any Periodic tests or Half Yearly Examination for students of LKG to Grade 8.
  9. A student of Grade 8 will not be considered for promotion to Grade 9 unless he/she secures a passing grade in the third language.
  10. Students using unfair means in any test/examination will be given ‘0’ marks in that subject and it will be recorded as an act of misconduct. Any repetition of such acts will be taken up seriously.
  11. A student failing twice in the same grade has to be withdrawn from the school.
  12. The Central Board of Secondary Examination, Delhi conducts the All India Secondary School Examination at the end of Grade 10 and the All India Senior School Certificate Examination at the end of Grade 12. Candidates for these examinations must have a minimum of 75% attendance and a record of satisfactory academic performance for the continuous assessments in Grades 10 and 12. A student failing in the Grade 10 or Grade 12 Board Examination will not be allowed to continue in the same grade.
  13. A student failing in the Grade 10 Board Examination will not be allowed to continue in the same grade.
  14. Indians who have acquired a Bahraini passport should inform the concerned school authorities about the same. Bahraini passport holders should opt for Arabic instead of Hindi for their II language.

EXCEPTIONS:

1. In the case of an LKG to Grade 3 student securing ‘E1’ grade (below 40%)

a) in one subject

If a student secures above 35% in that subject then promotion will be granted. If he/she secures below 35% then he/she will have to appear for a supplementary examination in that subject and secure at least 40% to get promoted.

b) in more than one subject

The student will have to appear for a supplementary examination in those subjects and secure at least 40% in each of those subjects to get promoted.

2. A student of Grades 6 to 9 or 11 securing less than 33% (‘E’ grade) in any subject will have to appear for a supplementary examination for the subject(s) and obtain a minimum of 33% (‘D’ grade) to get promoted. If he/she does not pass in the supplementary examination, they will have to repeat the year.