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The school strictly follows all the norms and guidelines laid down under The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009.

Parents please note that all admissions made provisionally without submission of authentic documents will be treated as cancelled, if the necessary documents are not submitted within 7working days from the date of provisional admission. For fresh admission (Class II and above) parent must submit the original Leaving Certificate of the child from the recognized school duly counter signed by the competent authority along with the progress report

Students coming from outside India must bring a School Leaving Certificate and entire details of their standard previously passed and all other exam details. The school will decide their equivalent level with the Indian standard.

Merely submission of Admission Form by the Parent / Guardian does not guarantee Admission, as the admission to the various classes in between the academic session, is very difficult due to our Intake Policy.

Physical presence of the child is compulsory at the time of Regular / Provisional Admission.

Change of Rules - Rules and regulations mentioned herein may be changed without notice. Any modifications, as and when made, will be binding on all students existing then
Fees :
Every parent is requested to pay the fees as directed at the time of new admission. For admission in the subsequent years by natural growth, the schedule for the payment of fees will be issued and has to be strictly followed.
The fee may be increased for the upcoming academic years as per the provisions made in the Maharashtra Educational Institutions (Regulation of Fee) Act 2011
Age Criteria:

The minimum age required to admit a child in various classes as follows:

  • Nursery: 3+ years on 30th September 2019
  • 1st Standard: 6+ years on 30th September 2019
  • Class I: 6Years on 30th September 2019
(e.g. for academic year 2019-20 to admit a child in class I he/she should be 6yrs on 30/09/2019, similarly for class II, 7yrs on 30/09/2019 and so on.)


Pre Primary School:
A childís greatest power of learning is from the day they are born to 5 years of age. These years are the most formative of a childís life. We use a unique blend of qualified teachers and support staff to care for and stimulate your child. By the time your child grows to go to Primary school, he/she will have been taught first stage reading and writing, beginnerís English and Music and Movement. Main areas of learning are mathematical development, communication, language and literacy, knowledge and understanding of the world, creative development, personal and social education and physical development.
The classrooms are spacious, well lit and ventilated. Furniture is light, bright & comfortable.
There is a lot of space for the children to move around and play. Each class has its own set of teaching aids and toys.
Stress is given on communication skills and language development. Children learn to express themselves with confidence, develop self Ė esteem and a love for learning which provides the foundation for all future learning.
Primary and Secondary School:
The curricular framework adopted by Royaal World School is in accordance with the one proposed by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (Xth-ICSE):
Bringing Valuables to School:
Parents are advised that it is inappropriate for children to bring items of personal property, costly items, jewellery, etc. to school. The school cannot accept any responsibility for the loss or theft of the pupilsí personal property. Bringing valuables in terms of cash, jewellery, other valuables is strictly prohibited. We request parents to refrain from sending your children with valuables. Royaal World School will not be responsible for any loss of valuables and shall not be in any kind of liability. The school cannot be held responsible for the loss of clothes or things left in the corridors or classes. The parents of the Pre-Primary section must write down the childís names on the belongings, clothes brought to the school. In case of thefts or disappearance of valuable things, the event must be reported to the school management.
Sick Policy:
The children in our school are expected to be clean and in good health. If your child is not feeling well, for any reason, you need to keep him or her home. Please do not bring your child if he or she has fever, is vomiting, has diarrhea or a contagious illness. A medical certificate of non-contagion is requested in case of contagious sickness (H1N1 infection, whooping cough, chickenpox, diphtheria, meningitis, mumps, german measles, typhoid, amoebic dysentery, hepatitis....). Please note that teachers are not permitted to give your child any form of prescribed medication. There are no exceptions. If a sick child is brought to school or if a child becomes ill during school hours, the parents will be called and asked to pick up the child. The child will be isolated until the parent arrives.
Pupilís Safety:
It is forbidden for the pupils to bring to school any object which is dangerous to handle. Pupils are not authorized to leave the school during school time, except by written request from the family.
Money to School:
Please do not deposit any money other than with the authorized person and only at the school fees counter and get the receipt immediately. In case you are sending it with your child, please send money to school in an envelope or container clearly marked with your child’s name, class and what it is for. Appropriate members of staff will collect these at the earliest opportunity. The school does not take the responsibility if it is lost before submitting it to the authorized appropriate member of staff. Money, other than for school purposes, should not be brought to school.
Communication, Information and Messages:
Please develop a habit of checking the notice board in the entryway, frequently. The excursion duty schedule, announcements, etc. are also posted there. Please use the suggestion box located in the main entryway. Feel free to suggest improvements, activities, excursion destinations, etc. For any matter concerning the school-questions, ideas, requests, suggestions, concerns, etc. please discuss these with the school staff who best suits the nature of your issue. The School Diary issued to every student is the official medium of communication for the Parents and Teachers, please use it effectively.

For any non-urgent matters directly related to your child, please donít disturb teachers during normal school hours when they are busy with children, instead, make an appointment with the Principal or your childís teacher. Teachers will normally be able to meet your request on specified days. Please respect the fact that teachers are busy with children during the school days and that unplanned discussions with teachers can often be disruptive
Attendance and Absence:
As regular attendance is an important requirement for successful results, a written application for leave must be submitted well in advance. In case of illness and other unforeseen circumstances, the guardian should inform the Principal in writing as soon as possible. A minimum attendance of 75% of the total working days is required during the academic year, falling short of which the student may affect on his/her annual promotion. The name of a student who is absent for 15 days without leave shall be struck off the roll. Every student must be present on the reopening day after each vacation

The Principal has the right to suspend a student on disciplinary grounds. The Principal may also ask parents/guardians to withdraw their child from the school if his/her conduct or educational progress is not satisfactory. Irregular attendance, habitual idleness, neglect of work, disobedience and disrespect towards teachers and any other reprehensible behavior may entail dismissal from school. Students are responsible to the school authorities for their conduct both in and outside the school. The school reserves the right to dismiss students whose conduct is harmful to school or whose guardians show little interest in the progress of their wards.

Immorality, grave insubordination, contempt of authority or willful damages to school property is always a sufficient reason for immediate dismissal. All entries of absence, late-coming or half-day leave should be made in the school diary and not on sheets of paper
Parents Co-operation:
Parent must please attend to the general hygiene of the child. If you feel that your child is not making the desired progress, please make it a point to discuss it with the Principal and class teacher. Parents are not allowed to meet their children or their teachers during school hours without prior permission of the Principal. Parents are expected to participate regularly in school functions whenever they are invited. Our schoolteachers do not give tuitions to their own students. Therefore, do not force them to teach your wards privately. Parents are requested to inform the school of any change of address. Please ensure that your ward takes part in all the activities of the school.
The Transport Service for the school children is available in the school. School has got the Transport service run by an authorized Transporter and those who are interested in availing this facility can contact the school office for getting their details. The required forms will available with the Transporter. Please note that student transport service is owned and run by an independent transport authority and school does not have any role of fixing the routes, pick-up, drop-up points and transport charges. All the monetary transactions are to be done directly with the transporter. The school transport service is managed by the School Transport Management Committee constituted as per the norms laid down by the Government. All transport related major decisions are taken by the School Transport Management Committee
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