Safa Community School (SCS)

Safa Community School (SCS)

Overview

The Safa Community School (SCS) is a sister school of the prestigious Safa British School. The school launched at its new site near the intersection of Hessa Street and Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Road in September 2014. It is one of the best schools in Al Barsha that follows the National Curriculum of England. It supports the educational needs of students from the Foundation Stage to the Sixth Form. Safa Community School KHDA rating for the year 2018-19 is very good.

It emphasises on the campus structure and designs and believes that these elements play a crucial role in providing an appropriate atmosphere for growth and prosperity. The campus encompasses two oval-shaped primary blocks and recently includes a secondary block.

SCS has facilities to support the needs of primary and secondary students. It currently has over 1500 students, supported by 137 full-time teachers, 93 teaching assistants and 2 guidance counsellors. Diversity is a strong point of SCS as students belonging to various nationalities coexist. Additionally, 10% of enrolled students require additional learning needs.

SCS is progressing at a rapid speed and has emerged as an exceptional educational option for families living in nearby communities. This Safa Community School review offers a comprehensive overview of the school’s facilities and education.

Residential Communities near Safa Community School

Located in the popular community of Al Barsha South, Safa Community School Dubai has access to some most sought-after residential communities in Dubai. Therefore, those living far from the school might consider relocating to the following nearby communities:

Motor City is the nearest residential community for students in SCS. The community has both spacious apartments and luxurious villas.

Campus of Safa Community School

The campus of Safa School sprawls over a large area with modern-styled buildings designed by Fielding Nair International. It has two uniquely designed oval buildings dedicated to the primary section and a recently included secondary block. The campus also has a central block, called Global Learning Centre, which consists of a library and tier-one sports facilities.

Primary and Secondary Block

The primary and secondary blocks are meticulously planned to ensure that all the needs of students are met. These blocks have an internal central area surrounded by well-lit classrooms.

The windows in these classrooms open to both internal centre and outside area of the building. Classrooms are well-equipped with purpose-built furniture and soft flooring to ensure functionality and safety at the same time.

The primary block also has outside play areas with wooden play equipment and a central resource area for teachers.

Areas outside the primary and secondary blocks at Safa Community School
Wide outdoor spaces outside the primary and secondary section for children to play and thrive (Image Credits: Safa Community School Facebook Page)

Global learning centre

The global learning centre encompasses several high-end facilities for its students, including a large multi-sport hall, drama and dance studios, music rooms, an auditorium and a library for secondary students.

Outside facilities

Towards the rear-side of the campus lies outdoor sports facilities for children, including an international-sized soccer pitch. It also has a separate swimming pool for foundation students and primary and secondary students.

Besides this, the outside area also has planned parking spaces for the safety of children.

Location of Safa Community School

Safa Community School is located in Al Barsha South at Sheikh Mohammed Bin Zayed Road (E311 Road), Dubai, UAE. It is near the Dubai Butterfly Garden and Platinum One Tower.

Why Safa Community School?

SCS serves its community by working in partnership to provide the best quality in the UAE. Being a school, Safa celebrates the inclusion and diversity of its broad community. It is committed to the principles of quality and inclusion of opportunity. By the means of the school’s aims and values, Safa is able to aspire for every student to have the support they require to become healthy, stay safe and contribute positively to society.

A key strength of SCS that attracts a lot of parents’ attention is their strong inclusivity. The school has an open admission policy, especially for those with additional needs. KHDA identified the provision of education to those with learning difficulties as ‘very good’.

Safa Community School Dubai also prepares its students for a multicultural and global world by requiring its students to have relevant 21st Century skills along with having an ability to research, retain and utilise knowledge in an extensive range of various circumstances that may have a creative flair and intellectual depth. The management of Safa focuses on building confidence in its students.

A striking feature of SCS is the flexibility offered by the school for the parents of the youngest students i.e. Foundation Stage 1. Besides the regular 5-day a week timing, it also offers various flexible timings ideal for parents afraid of their child adapting to the school’s life. These plans include 3-day and 4-day options. However, this is only available in the first and second term.

School Details

COVID-19 Protocols

The Government of Dubai has developed protocols for schools to follow until the pandemic is over. This is an accumulative effort and approach to keep everyone, including students, teachers, parents and all the relevant third parties safe and healthy.

The KHDA has uploaded protocols for school reopening on the official website for your convenience. Here’s an overview of the preventive SOPs in place. 

  • Sterilising the school building, classrooms, laboratories and other facilities regularly, according to the recommendations of the National Authority for Emergency, Crisis and Disaster Management.
  • Assessing the temperature of everyone who enters the school building daily.
  • Maintaining physical distance guidelines as recommended by the relevant health authorities and reducing the headcount capacity in classrooms.
  • Seats will be placed 1.5 metres apart in classrooms.
  • Keeping the bus capacity between 30% and 50%.
  • Limiting gatherings and suspending group activities such as school celebrations and sports events.
  • Appointing a trained health and safety officer to ensure that people and processes in the school comply with health and safety protocols.
  • Physical education will continue; however, swimming pools will be closed.
  • School-wide events such as sports day, assemblies, international days, activities are put on hold.
  • Students can either attend classes in person or opt for distance or E-learning; schools can and should provide 100% distance learning provisions.
  • For now, schools’ fees remain unchanged for the next academic year; however, schools have the authority to offer discounts as they deem fit.
  • COVID-19 PCR testing is not mandatory for students without travel history. Only those who show symptoms of COVID-19 are required to take the PCR test.
  • The KHDA recommends schools to provide virtual tours. If parents do visit the campus, they MUST follow all the safety measures. This includes wearing face masks and maintaining a 1.5 metres distance.

Years Offered at Safa Community School

Safa Community School has divided the curriculum into three categories – Foundation Stage, Primary and Secondary. The British curriculum followed at the school comprises:

Phases
Years Covered
Phases
Foundation Stage
Years Covered
FS 1 and FS 2
Phases
Key Stage 1
Years Covered
Year 1 and Year 2
Phases
Key Stage 2
Years Covered
Year 3 to Year 6
Phases
Key Stage 3
Years Covered
Year 7 to Year 9
Phases
Key Stage 4
Years Covered
Year 10 and Year 11
Phases
Key Stage 5 / Sixth Form
Years Covered
Year 12 and Year 13

Safa Community School Curriculum

FLEXI FS1 And program of Modern Languages

At SCS, the Flexi-FS1 is an attempt for providing parents with an option of providing children with flexibility for the overall school experience. The stream of Flexi-FS1 has been conceptualised for providing parents with flexibility while providing them with an option of switching to mainstream education when the student is ready. The Flexi-FS1 would help to provide parents with the flexibility to:

  • Continue utilising a five-day a week FS1 option with no changes made to timings.
  • Select a three-day or four-day option for the first two terms.
  • Enjoying a higher drop-off period to fulfil those that require an early drop-off and a later drop-off.
  • To support parents unable to pick their child on time due to work commitments.

Introducing Foreign Languages at the Foundation Stage

To enhance the love for languages among students, SCS would introduce more languages at Foundation Stage (FS2). The foreign languages provided include Spanish, French, and Arabic. SCS has also considered providing Mandarin, German and Urdu at Foundation Stage. However, it is subjected to a minimum number of children registering their interest in such languages.

Primary Curriculum

Key Stage 1 and 2

Key Stage 1 (KS1) is a legal term for the schooling of two years that is practised in schools within England and Wales and is usually known as Year 1 and Year 2 when students are aged between 5 and 7. The Key Stage usually covers students during infant school. However, in some cases, this could even result in creating part of a primary school.

Key Stage 2 (KS2) is defined as four years of schooling across maintained schools in England and Wales. This is usually known as Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6, when students are aged between 7 and 11.

The following subjects are studied at this stage:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Geography and History
  • Design and Technology
  • Music
  • Art
  • Arabic
  • PE and School Sport
  • Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship
Pastoral Care

Pastoral care could be termed as an essential strength of Safa Community School. For this reason, it pays significant attention as the transition tends to be seamless from primary into secondary part of the school. The pastoral care team and the understanding staff at SCS have been supported, when required, by a school counsellor available for secondary students in a confidential forum. The pastoral care programme at SCS strongly reinforces the provision of pastoral care. Moreover, the open door policy tends to further reinforce the desire of SCS to respond immediately towards the fulfilment of students’ requirements.

Sixth form student at Safa Community School in a workshop
Sixth form students at SCS engaged in practical activities as part of their curriculum (Image Credits: Safa Community School Facebook Page)

Secondary Curriculum

It provides a comprehensive range of Key Stage 3 and GCSE based subjects.

Key Stage 3 (Years 7, 8 and 9)

In Year 7, the curriculum has been designed for building on the work that has been undertaken in Key Stage 2. It helps to make sure that there is a smooth, efficient and effective transition from primary to secondary school.

In Key Stage 3, students at SCS have an extensive range of subjects to select from. This is because the management of SCS wants students to be successful. The curriculum at SCS has been differentiated to be suitable for the abilities of students. At SCS, Key Stage 3 subjects include:

  • English
  • Science
  • Mathematics
  • Islamic Studies A (for Arab Muslims) and Islamic Studies B (For non-Arab Muslims)
  • Arabic A (for Arabic students) or Arabic B (for non-Arabic students)
  • One foreign language (French, German, Mandarin, Spanish or other languages to be requested)
  • Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PHSCE)
  • Geography
  • Computing/ICT (Includes the Safa Lego electronics course)
  • Music
  • History
  • Swimming
  • Art and Design (includes textiles, graphics, plastics, wood, ceramics)
  • Physical Education

GCSE / A-Levels and Sixth Form

SCS provides a broad range of GCSE based subjects. Sports, careers, moral education and PSHE are mandatory components of courses related to GCSE.

The sixth-form education in SCS consists of two options: AS and A levels and BTEC National Curriculum. The subjects currently offered by the school for GCSE, and AS and A levels include:

GCSE Courses
Sixth Form Courses
GCSE Courses
Arabic A and Arabic B
Sixth Form Courses
Music
GCSE Courses
English Language
Sixth Form Courses
Mathematics
GCSE Courses
English Literature
Sixth Form Courses
Further Mathematics
GCSE Courses
Islamic Studies A and Islamic Studies B
Sixth Form Courses
Politics
GCSE Courses
Physics
Sixth Form Courses
Arabic
GCSE Courses
Mathematics
Sixth Form Courses
Biology
GCSE Courses
Biology
Sixth Form Courses
Art and Design
GCSE Courses
Chemistry
Sixth Form Courses
Design and Technology
GCSE Courses
Double Science
Sixth Form Courses
Spanish
GCSE Courses
French
Sixth Form Courses
Computer Science
GCSE Courses
Spanish
Sixth Form Courses
Chemistry
GCSE Courses
German
Sixth Form Courses
German
GCSE Courses
Mandarin
Sixth Form Courses
History
GCSE Courses
History
Sixth Form Courses
French
GCSE Courses
Food and Nutrition
Sixth Form Courses
Geography
GCSE Courses
Computer Sciences
Sixth Form Courses
Psychology
GCSE Courses
Psychology
Sixth Form Courses
Physics
GCSE Courses
Business
Sixth Form Courses
Mandarin
GCSE Courses
Geography
Sixth Form Courses
Drama and Theatre Studies
GCSE Courses
Art
Sixth Form Courses
Physical Education
GCSE Courses
Media Studies
Sixth Form Courses
Education
GCSE Courses
Design and Technology
Sixth Form Courses
GCSE Courses
Music
Sixth Form Courses

Subjects such as Sociology, Government and Politics and Astronomy are expected to be included in the sixth form curriculum in upcoming years.

Besides the A levels. those opting for BTEC have options to study one of the following subjects:

  • Information Technology
  • Business Studies
  • Sports Level 3

Distance Learning at Safa Community School

The government of Dubai has mandated schools to offer distance learning provisions in addition to in-class learning, especially in the first phase of reopening. Distance learning format might differ from school to school and term to term but students opting for this model will be kept updated on the curriculum followed.

KHDA Rating

The Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) is a government organisation responsible for the growth and quality of private education in Dubai. They inspect the performance of private schools in Dubai with judgments made on a six-point scale of outstanding, very good, good, acceptable, weak and very weak.

KHDA's 6-point scale
KHDA scale for rating educational institutes explained

In the latest KHDA’s inspection for the year 2018-19, Safa Community School received a rating of ‘very good‘. In its three years of inspection history, they have maintained this rating for the second consecutive year. Over a short period, it has been able to attain and maintain the second-highest rating by KHDA, which is an incredible feat achieved by a few. Here is the summary of the ratings awarded by the KHDA:

Years
KHDA Rating
Years
2016-2017
KHDA Rating
Good
Years
2017-2019
KHDA Rating
Very Good

The positives highlighted by KHDA are:

  • The leadership, governance and plans for improvements are very good and have the potential to support the ongoing improvements.
  • KHDA rated SCS progress in mathematics, English and science along with attainment in mathematics for both primary and secondary sections as very good.
  • They observed an outstanding level of attitude, personal development and behaviours among students.
  • Exemplary relationships among teachers and students, subject knowledge and positive interactions resulting in effective teaching in SCS.
  • A positive environment for students in SCS, especially outstanding health and safety features resulting in a caring and nurturing environment.

To improve their rating, KHDA recommended agreeing on the common policies, practices and procedures for Foundation Stage, Primary and Secondary through effective coordination and cooperation of the school’s leadership. They also recommended SCS to improve teaching and learning to elevate attainment and progress in Islamic Education and Arabic.

Academic Calendar for Safa Community School

At SCS, the academic year for new and existing students starts in August and ends in July.

  • Term 1 starts in the last week of August and concludes in the second week of December. It is followed by a winter break of 3-weeks.
  • Term 2 starts in the first week of January and concludes in the fourth week of March. This is followed by a two-week break.
  • Term 3 starts in the third week of April and ends in July’s second week.

To know the specific dates of events at Safa Community School, view its academic calendar.

Admission and Fees

How to Apply to Safa Community School?

The process to apply for Safa Community School is a straight-forward task. Before applying, it encourages parents and teachers to visit the school. For this purpose, they have open mornings every Monday and Wednesday at 8:30 AM. Both offline and online application processes are available.

The application form is available on the school’s website that needs to be submitted with the required documents to the registrar. Those living outside UAE can send the scanned version of the application form and documents to the registrar at registrar@safacommunityschool.com. Please note that the size of an email should not exceed 5 kilobytes (KB). SCS will respond to the application within 5 working days.

Following are the documents required for registration at SCS:

  • A copy of the child’s passport and UAE entry stamp or its page of residency;
  • A copy of Emirates ID for parents and child;
  • Three recent passport photographs;
  • Copies of the child’s last 2 school reports for all children entering Year 1 and above;
  • Full details of particular educational requirements, Educational psychologists, individual education plans (IEPs) or other reports of therapist available.

Assessment test

For students above FS1, the school takes an assessment test to find a suitable year for the child. The assessment test covers social development, attitude, behaviour, communication skills, academic levels and physical development including fine and large motor skills.

Sixth form admission

To get admission in Sixth-form, students need to meet the following criteria:

  • A-Levels and International A-Levels – minimum entry requirement is grade 5 at GCSE level for 3 A levels
  • Combination of A-Levels and BTEC Level 3 – minimum entry requirement is at least grade 5 at GCSE
  • BTEC Nationals – minimum entry requirement is at least 4 GCSE grades at grade 5

For more information, read the admission process at SCS.

Nevertheless, parents must ensure that their child meets the following age placement criteria before initiating the admission process.

Years
Minimum Entry Age
Maximum Entry Age
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
FS 1
Minimum Entry Age
3
Maximum Entry Age
4
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
FS 2
Minimum Entry Age
4
Maximum Entry Age
5
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 1
Minimum Entry Age
5
Maximum Entry Age
6
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 2
Minimum Entry Age
6
Maximum Entry Age
8
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
Years
Year 3
Minimum Entry Age
7
Maximum Entry Age
9
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
6
Years
Year 4
Minimum Entry Age
8
Maximum Entry Age
10
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
7
Years
Year 5
Minimum Entry Age
9
Maximum Entry Age
11
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
8
Years
Year 6
Minimum Entry Age
10
Maximum Entry Age
12
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
9
Years
Year 7
Minimum Entry Age
11
Maximum Entry Age
13
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
10
Years
Year 8
Minimum Entry Age
12
Maximum Entry Age
14
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
11
Years
Year 9
Minimum Entry Age
13
Maximum Entry Age
15
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
12
Years
Year 10
Minimum Entry Age
14
Maximum Entry Age
17
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
13
Years
Year 11
Minimum Entry Age
15
Maximum Entry Age
18
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
14
Years
Year 12
Minimum Entry Age
16
Maximum Entry Age
19
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
15
Years
Year 13
Minimum Entry Age
17
Maximum Entry Age
20
Minimum Entry Age for Overseas Transfers*
16

This is based on the age of the students on 31st July (for schools beginning in April) and 31st December (for schools beginning in September). Source: KHDA

* This is to cater to students transferring from systems that admit students of a younger age)

Fee Structure at Safa Community School

Safa Community School tuition fee for the current academic year is:

Years
Term 1 Fee
Term 2 Fee
Term 3 Fee
Total Fee
Years
FS 1 and FS 2
Term 1 Fee
AED 19,880
Term 2 Fee
AED 14,910
Term 3 Fee
AED 14,910
Total Fee
AED 49,700
Years
Year 1 to Year 3
Term 1 Fee
AED 20,727
Term 2 Fee
AED 15,544
Term 3 Fee
AED 15,544
Total Fee
AED 51,815
Years
Year 4
Term 1 Fee
AED 21,572
Term 2 Fee
AED 16,179
Term 3 Fee
AED 16,179
Total Fee
AED 53,930
Years
Year 5
Term 1 Fee
AED 22,419
Term 2 Fee
AED 16,813
Term 3 Fee
AED 16,813
Total Fee
AED 56,045
Years
Year 6
Term 1 Fee
AED 23,264
Term 2 Fee
AED 17,448
Term 3 Fee
AED 17,448
Total Fee
AED 58,160
Years
Year 7 and Year 8
Term 1 Fee
AED 27,494
Term 2 Fee
AED 20,620
Term 3 Fee
AED 20,620
Total Fee
AED 68,734
Years
Year 9
Term 1 Fee
AED 29,186
Term 2 Fee
AED 21,889
Term 3 Fee
AED 21,889
Total Fee
AED 72,964
Years
Year 10
Term 1 Fee
AED 29,396
Term 2 Fee
AED 22,047
Term 3 Fee
AED 22,047
Total Fee
AED 73,490
Years
Year 11
Term 1 Fee
AED 30,212
Term 2 Fee
AED 22,660
Term 3 Fee
AED 22,660
Total Fee
AED 75,532
Years
Year 12
Term 1 Fee
AED 31,029
Term 2 Fee
AED 23,272
Term 3 Fee
AED 23,272
Total Fee
AED 77,573
Years
Year 13
Term 1 Fee
AED 32,662
Term 2 Fee
AED 24,497
Term 3 Fee
AED 24,497
Total Fee
AED 81,656

Additional charges include:

  • Registration fee (non-refundable): AED 500
  • Medical fee: AED 1,500 per (yearly)
  • Security deposit: AED 4,000
  • Re-registration fee: AED 2,400

For more information, view the fees structure at Safa Community School

Payments can be made by cash, cheque or bank transfer. All cheques are required to be made payable to SCS. Returned cheques incur an administrative charge of 500Dhs. It is important to state the name of the student and invoice number on all transactions. Visit fee and payment policy for further information.

Scholarships at Safa Community School

Currently, it only offers scholarships to students progressing from Year 11 to Year 12. This scholarship includes a waiver of 50% on the entire annual fee for students exhibiting outstanding academic progress. Applications of students that maintained grades of 8 or above will be expected and should be submitted to Mr Michael Davies with the email subject of Academic scholarship to headofsecondary@safacommunityschool.com.

School Facilities

Lunch Options at Safa Community School

Since there is no cafeteria within Safa Community School, students have to bring packed break-time snacks and lunches. The school promotes healthy eating and encourages parents to add nutritional items as per the principles of ‘Eatwell plate’. For break-time snacks, the school enforces fruit-only policy. This policy aims to reduce the consumed sugar and fat in the form of snacks.

School Transportation at Safa Community School

Safa Community School offers transportation services to its students. For this purpose, they collaborated with School Transportation Service (STS) LLC to provide a safe, reliable and comfortable commute to their children. They are a reputable name in providing high-quality school transportation service to many schools across the UAE and have high-end security systems including video surveillance, GPS tracker, electronic attendance systems and much more.

Holiday Camps at Safa Community School

SCS has collaborated with the Engineers To Be (ETB) winter camp for a fun-filled experience through an extensive range of activities. Some activities include karate, dodgeball, engineering challenges and more.

Sports Facilities

At SCS, the sports facilities are extensive; ranging from astroturf football ground to temperature-controlled learning and central swimming pools. The sports facilities also include high-performance tracks for long jumps and running. SCS has a robust curriculum that provides students at least 100 minutes of top-quality physical education and sporting activities every week. Additionally, they also participate in various inter and intra school sports competitions.

Students of Safa Community School running in a race competition
Images from the intraschool sports competition at Safa Community School (Image Credits: Safa Community School Facebook Page)

Safa Community School Dubai is also linked with different sports providers and coaches for further improvement of individual talents. Through the new Global Learning Centre (GLC), students have full access to various indoor sports facilities through the means of various multi-purpose indoor courts that include netball, basketball, indoor cricket and a badminton court. It has an extensive sports curriculum programme that ensures every child participate in sports.

Two tennis courts have also been built that provide significant opportunities for students to improve their physical abilities.

Extra-curricular Activities at Safa Community School

Extra-curricular activity at Safa Community School
Students of Safa Community School dressed as their famous book characters on the World Book Character Day (Image Credits: Safa Community School Facebook Page)

The management of SCS believes in providing an extensive range of extracurricular activities that may include seminars, school trips, sports sessions, lectures, and various other opportunities. This helps provide extensive skills and knowledge for all secondary students. SCS also has an activity-based program for developing skills among students.

Some noteworthy activities include:

Tennis
Swimming
Football
Athletics
Cricket
Drama
Musical
Basketball
Play Rehearsal
Choirs
Creative Arts
Film Club
Book Reviews
Website Designs
Model Cars
Outdoor Pursuits
Electronics
Computer Graphics
Cookery
Animation Club
Debating
Woodwork
Textiles
Oil Painting

Field Trips from Safa Community School

At SCS, students have regular opportunities that allow them to visit exhibitions, museums, and theatres. They also go across long residential trips across the UAE and abroad. SCS will also use the service of different agencies for its extracurricular activities and to support its students in gaining accreditation, including the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme.

Field trip offered to students of Safa Community School
Students of Safa Community School visited Fossil Fuel Desert Safari (Image Credits: Safa Community School Facebook Page)

After-school Care

Different after-school activities are carried out during the school week and through the summer/winter camps to allow the students to get fully immersed in their sports pursuits.

Medical Care at Safa Community School

It provides an outstanding environment that encompasses the health, safety and protection of their students. The campus has a fully equipped clinic that is managed by an in-house doctor and three nurses.

Contact

Mode of Communication between Teachers and Parents

Safa Community School reports to parents thrice a year on the progress of children. The main purpose of this assessment, reporting and recording system is to provide information across the year to parents and students. It helps guardians stay updated about their child’s progress. The reports also advise regarding the areas where students need to improve their performance. Each progress report will include the following data:

  • Current level in every individual subject
  • Target level for every individual subject
  • Current student progress
  • Punctuality and Attendance

Reporting dates

  • Progress report 1: After completing autumn half term and ready for a learning review day
  • Progress report 2: This happens one week before the parent-teacher consultation
  • Progress report 3: After completion of the summer term

Learning Review day

At SCS, Learning Review Day provides an opportunity for parents to discuss their child’s progress with subject teachers, class teachers and form tutors. The session is 15 minutes long, so it gives parents enough time for discussions.

Parent-teacher consultations

Consultation evenings for parent-teacher is also held once annually for every year group. This also helps provide an opportunity for students and parents to meet with class teachers to discuss their progress.

Ad hoc consultation

At SCS, parents are allowed to contact school administration any-time to discuss the progress and welfare of the student.

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