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Q. What board of education does Millennium School intend to follow over the years?
A. We follow the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE). However the way we impart the syllabus is with the help of Millennium Learning SystemTM.

Q. What is The Millennium School’s approach to education?
A. A holistic approach where students are taught the way they want to learn. Students learn by doing. Every lesson in every class, every day is a lesson for a life time.

Q. How many students do you accommodate in one class?
A. We maintain 25 children per class for Kindergarten. However, from Class I onwards there will be 36 students in each class.

Q. What is the Teacher-Student Ratio?
A. It is 1:10 in Kindergarten and 1:20 from Class I onwards.

Q. What are the School Timings?
A. School Timings for Kindergarten is from 9:20 am to 1:45 pm;

From Class I to V, it is from 9:20 am to 3:45 pm.

From Class VI and above, it is from 7:20 am to 1:45 pm.

Q. Do you have Parent-Teacher’s Meeting (PTMs)?
A. We consider parents as our partners in the child’s education and development. Hence, we have Parents-Teachers Meeting on regular basis.

Q. Does the school provide transport?
A. YES. All the school buses are fully air conditioned. The bus routes are customized according to the pickups so as to reduce the travel time for the children. Also we don’t provide transport in all the parts of the city there are specified pick up points. No door to door service is provided to optimize the route planning.

Q. Are meals being provided?
A. Yes, we have a Mid-Day Meal Programme (Breakfast and Lunch). We provide wholesome well-balanced vegetarian meals. The Menu is decided on the advice of a nutritionist.

Q. Does the school cater to children with special needs?
A. Yes, the School will cater to children with special needs based on the availability of in-house expertise.

Q. Does the school conduct any outbound trips?
A. Yes, School provides outbound trip for the students annually. These trips are optional, and are pay per basis.