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Timmings: 9. 00 AM TO 3.30 PM
Tea break : 10.30 AM TO 10.45 AM &
Lunch break : 12: 45 PM TO 1.30 PM
Meeting agenda
  • Fusion logo, vision, mission and philosophy
  • Fusion aims and objectives
  • Fusion rules and regulations to teachers and students
  • School policies
  • House names of fusionites
  • Fusion niche topics:
    - Life skills
    - Character traits
    - Creative writing
    - Ussr
    - Journal writing et...c
  • Day to day routine: punctuality & commitment
  • Assembly duties & assembly talks : :
  • Morning assembly topics: learn a word, learn a phrase, amazing facts, thought for the day, proverbs etc
  • Duties given to the teachers
  • Cls and coming late to school issues
  • X seed curriculum
  • Formative assessment and cce
  • Paper setting, vetting , marking and going through the paper after exams
  • General procedure :pre-noon session
  • Aily marking of attendance
  • Payment date : 10th of every month
  • Duties of coordinators
  • Duties of a teachersS
  • Teachers’ decorum & dress code
  • Progress report & how to evaluate students non-scholastic subjects
  • Term report remarks
  • TEACHER APRAISAL FORMS
  • Students’ discipline
  • Emphasis on games and sports and how they are taught in fusion
  • Why fusion is different from other schools?
  • Child centred education/li>
  • Importance of talking dictionary
  • Importance of blue book (teacher’s handbook)
  • Functions ,celebrations and ptms
  • Dress code during functions, celebrations and ptms – attendance is compulsory
  • MOonitoring of students who are not borrowing library books
  • Home work and week-end worksheet schedule
  • Lesson observation & feed back
  • Lesson demo- telugu
  • Discussion and improvements
  • Points to be noted
  • Lesson demo – english
  • Language skills
  • Aural exams
  • Discussions and improvements
  • Lesson demo – social studies
  • Lesson improvements- connecting it to another or next lesson
  • Discussion
  • Demo scheme of work
  • Demo day lesson plan- with and without x seed- in lines of x seed
  • Demo – filling in the report card
  • Demo – case files –maintaining them
  • Making new files for the new admissionsS
  • Personality development
  • Skills taught in schools
  • Leadership training
  • Math quizzes and puzzles
  • Debating topics
  • Field trips
  • Ussr – uninterrupted sustained silent reading
  • Value education
  • Math lab, science lab, geography lab
  • Drama
  • Elocution & debate
  • Enrichment programs- math, science, english/li>
  • General knowledge
  • Students reading story books
  • Journal writing
  • Life skills
  • Projects
  • DAY 1 – TOPICS
      1. Fusion logo and vision , mission etc
      2. Fusion Aims and Objectives
      3. Fusion school policies
      4. Fusion niche- - life skills
      - Character traits
      - Creative writing
      - Ussr
      - Journal writing etc…
      5. Day to day routine: punctuality & commitment
      DAY 2 – TOPICS
      6. Assembly duties & assembly talks :
      7. Morning assembly topics: learn a word, learn a phrase, amazing facts, thought for the day, proverbs etc
      8. Duties given to the teachers:
      9. Cls and coming late to school issues
      DAY – 3
      10. Formative assessment and cce
      Paper setting, vetting , marking and
      Going through the paper after exams
      11. Ggeneral procedure :pre-noon session
      12. Daily marking of attendance

      13. Payment date : 10th of e very month 14. Duties of coordinators 15. duties of a teachers 15. DUTIES OF A TEACHERS
      16. Teachers’ decorum & dress code
      17. Progress report & how to evaluate students non-scholastic subjects
      18. Term report remarks
      19. Teacher apraisal forms
      20. Students’ discipline
      21. Emphasis on games and sports and how they are taught in fusion
      DAY – 4
      22. Why fusion is different from other schools?
      23. Child centred education
      24. Importance of talking dictionary

      25. Importance of blue book (teacher’s handbook) 26. Functions ,celebrations and ptms 27. Dress code during functions, celebrations and ptms – attendance is compulsory
      28. Monitoring of students who are not borrowing library books
      29. Home work and week-end worksheet schedule
      30. Lesson observation & feed back
      31. Lesson demo- telugu
      32. Discussion and improvements
      33. Points to be noted
      34. Lesson demo – english 35. language skills 35. LANGUAGE SKILLS
      DAY – 5
      36. Aural exams
      37. Discussions and improvements
      38. Lesson demo – social studies
      39. Lesson improvements- connecting it to another or next lesson
      40. Discussion
      41. Demo scheme of work
      42. Demo day lesson plan- with and without x seed- in lines of x seed
      43. Demo – filling in the report card
      44. Demo – case files –maintaining them
      45. Making new files for the new admissions
      46. Personality development
      47. Skills taught in schools
      48. Leadership training
      49. Math quizzes and puzzlesS
      50. Debating topics
      51. Field trips
      52. Ussr – uninterrupted sustained silent reading
      53. Value education
      54. Math lab, science lab, geography labB
      55. Drama
      56. Elocution & debate
      57. Enrichment programs- math, science, english
      58. General knowledgeE
      59. Students reading story books
    Duties and responsibilities– teachers
    • prepare daily and year-long lesson plans in accordance with curriculum guidelines
    • teach a full range of learning areas, including English (reading, writing, speaking and listening), mathematics,       science, technology, society and environment, creative arts, personal development, health and physical education
    • develop children's interests, abilities and coordination using creative ac tivities such as art, music and sport
    • use computers to assist with lesson preparation, teaching and reporting
    • develop and maintain good working habits and discipline in classrooms
    • carry out administrative duties
    • supervise students during classes and at other times in the school day, including in the playground during breaks
    • attend staff meetings and other training and development sessions
    • take part in joint decision-making about educational issues
    • assess and evaluate students' progress in written and oral work
    • discuss students' progress and concerns with parents and administrators
    • assist with and organise sporting activities, school concerts and excursions
    • prepare for and attend parent-teacher meetings and other functions.
    Personal Requirements:

    • enjoy working with children
    • creative and organised
    • patient in dealing with students of differing abilities
    • able to communicate simply and clearly
    • prepared to work outside of school hours, if necessary. Admin duties of class teacher
    • Mark attendance every day during first period
    • Decorate class room along with students
    • Class rules and school policies must be posted on the notice board.
    • Please see that class time table is posted on the notice board
    • Seating arrangement must done and every student would be allotted a table and desk and it is his responsibility   to keep it clean and tidy all the time
    • Class Teacher and subject teachers have to ensure class rooms are clean after breakfast and lunch, please liaise   with Ayahas to keep them spick and span.
    • Set the tone on the first day , means, what are your expectations , when do you collect home work, how do   you want class room to be decorated, what are the class rules and if any body breaks the rules then what kind   of punishment can be given to students etc..
    • Be punctual to the class and don’t extend the class beyond 2 min. because we are role models
    • Come to school on time, don’t be late. Adjust the timings so that you reach school on time, that is called   time-management which is the skill we teach students.
    • During morning assembly, please stand behind your class and monitor the discipline. Language teachers, those   who are not class teachers have to stand in front of the students.
    • Please sing along National Anthem and National song with students.
    • Students have to go to classes in a row with hands at the back.
    • Teach students to be polite all the time, when asking permissions and talking to peers and custodians.
    • Please hand in marked home work books to the coordinator on time, if coordinator asks you to check again for   any mistakes, you need to oblige her.
    • Please be courteous with colleagues , admin staff, management and custodians. Don’t loose your temper at any   time.
    • After marking test papers or exam papers, please go through with the students the mistakes which they have   made in the answer scripts and ask them to do corrections immediately.
    • Encourage students to read story books and monitor it .
    • If any student is absent , please ask front office to call the parent and find out the reason why he or she is   absent.
    • If there any repairs or problems with the class
    • If you have any issues or problems instead discussing with colleagues , inform coordinators first . In turn they   will inform management and try to resolve the issues.
    • Be loyal to school, don’t speak ill of the school or colleagues or management. If you are not happy give two    months notice and leave the school instead of tarnishing the image of the school.
    • Please remember Fusion school’s philosophy, be positive and smile always , be gracious at all the time. Try to   help students who need your support and go extra mile if necessary. Home work schedule – Marking and   submitting to Admin
    • Every Monday weekend worksheets to be collected from the students, and marked. Give grades to students .
    • School doesn’t give marks and ranks but only grades
    • Marked worksheets to be handed in to Principal Madam.
    • Every alternate Wednesday, submit note books or text books of non-scholastic subjects for checking to Director   sir for his signature.
    Homework plan:

    • Please check with coordinators
    • Important note: English grammar notebook is strictly maintained from class(III-VII).
    • One take home activity per week for pre primary students
    • Weekly worksheets to be submitted to PRINCIPAL Madam every Tuesday morning, positively.
    • H/W, C/W all subjects notebook marked and submitted to sir.
    • Correction done by the teacher and explain the mistakes to the students.
    • Please keep your class room and blackboard and soft board updated.
    • Please remember to switch off the lights and fans when not in use.
    Rules and regulations

    1. a) Appointments of new teachers are for a period of one year on probation. After the completion of one year, the staff members will be confirmed if their performance is satisfactory. If the performance is not satisfactory during this period, his or her services will be terminated by the school management after giving one month’s notice in writing. First one month is considered trial period, if the employee is found, incase, damaging the school’s reputation by not performing according to the school’s requirements, then she/he will be asked to leave the school immediately, without notice.

    b) If a staff member decides to leave the job due to unavoidable circumstances, he /she will have to give two month’s written notice or forego two month’s salary.

    The above will hold good from the day the appointment letter has been accepted. No leave will be granted during notice period. c) Staff members on probation will not be paid summer salary.

    2. Confirmation of any employee shall be subject to the condition that he/she complete probationary period satisfactorily.

    The appointment letter or the confirmation letter to the employee affirms that the person has read and agreed to the following rules and regulations of the institute:
    - All staff members will discharge their duties with dedication to the job.
    - Be regular and punctual to school.
    - Show love and consideration towards pupils.
    - Be co-operative and amicable towards colleagues.
    - Accept additional responsibilities entrusted to them.
    - Follow teaching schedules and be regular in carrying out corrections.
    Leave benefits:

    1. Teaching staff members are entitled to avail 6 days C.L, and non-teaching staff members are entitled to avail 4 days CL. Leaves will increase with the no. of years of service put in.

    2. In case of emergency, the staff member has to inform the school office verbally before the school begins. Late or no information will be counted as absence on loss of pay.

    3. Casual leave taken on Friday/Saturday and on Monday will include Sundayas leave.

    4. Arriving late thrice in a month after the school starts in the morning, will be considered as half a day’s leave on loss of pay.

    5. The attendance is compulsory on the last day before any term break and on the first day after it re-opens. In case any staff member is absent on either of these days all the days of the vacation period will be treated as ½ (half) day’s leave of absence on loss of pay. If the teacher is absent on both these days the entire vacation period will be counted as leave of absence on loss of pay.

    6. All Saturdays are working till 2pm, except for second Saturdays
    7. .
    8. During the term break, teachers must be ready to take up additional work pertaining to lessons .

    9. If the teacher is leaving out of station during the term break , information must be given in the front office, in advance.

    10. Teachers cannot take leave on the same day if the reason for availing leave is already known to them. Like Parent meeting for their children, going for weddings … etc. If the parent meeting clashes with the PTM in fusion school, priority shall be given to school PTM.

    Professional Conduct and Discipline

    • Every teacher must conduct himself in a manner which upholds the integrity of the education service.
    • Disciplinary actions meted out by the management for misconduct or offences include verbal or written warning, stoppage of      increments, fine, withdrawal of allowances, reduction of salary or dismissal.
    Examples of Misconduct

    1. Lack of Punctuality
    2. Absence from duty without leave
    3. Sleeping while on duty
    4. Neglect of duty
    5. Being under the influence of alcohol or drugs
    6. Indecency in dress or appearance
    7. Being rude or discourteous with parents/ colleagues/management
    8. Speaking ill of the school/management
    9. Conduct prejudicial to good order or discipline
    10. Inflicting corporal punishment on students
    11. Non-compliance with or disobedience of orders or instructions
    12. Deliberately making a false or misleading statement in the course of duty
    13. Immoral behavior
    14. Stealing school property
    15. Illegal gambling
    16. Malpractice
    17. Dishonesty or embezzlement
    Professional Duties

    • Every teacher is responsible for maintaining discipline in the class room and when the students assemble as a      group at the assembly area , Audio-Visual room or sports field.
    • When a student falls ill during curriculum time and needs to go home or see a doctor, the Class teacher (CT)      needs to call the parents of the student and inform the Principal immediately.
    • If a student has to be attended by a doctor or needs to be sent to hospital., the Class Teacher accompany the  student. In the event of an accident, the CT needs to inform the parents and Principal. • All teachers are expected to be at the daily school assembly for morning assembly and the singing of the national anthem. Education for staff children
    • School bus services can be availed by the staff members for free if the staff’s house is in the same route of the    school bus route, but their children need to pay the school bus fee.
    Education for staff children

    • School bus services can be availed by the staff members for free if the staff’s house is in the same route of the school bus route, but their children need to pay the school bus fee.
    Service rules

    1. a) Appointments are for a period of two years on probation. After the completion of two years, the teacher will be confirmed if the performance is satisfactory. If the performance is not satisfactory during this period, his or her services will be terminated by the school management after giving one month’s notice in writing. First one month is considered trial period, if the teacher is found, incase, damaging the school’s reputation by not teaching according to the school’s requirements, then she will be asked to leave the school immediately, without notice.

    b) If a teacher decides to leave the job due to unavoidable circumstances, he /she will have to give two month’s written notice or forgo two month’s salary.

    The above will hold good from the day the appointment letter has been accepted. No leave will be granted during notice period.

    c) Teachers on probation will not be paid summer salary.

    2. Confirmation of any employee shall be subject to the condition that he/she completed the Probationary period satisfactorily.

    The appointment letter or the confirmation letter to the employee affirms that the person has read and agreed to the following rules and regulations of the institute:

    - All teachers will discharge their duties with dedication to the job.
    - Be regular and punctual to school.
    - Show love and consideration towards pupils.
    - Be co-operative and amicable towards colleagues.
    - Accept additional responsibilities entrusted to them.
    - Follow teaching schedules and be regular in carrying out corrections.
    Leave benefits:

    1. Teachers are entitled to avail 6days C.L in a year with prior permission in writing. The teacher
    2. also has to set work for her/his classes and submit it with the leave application.

    3. In case of emergency, the teacher has to inform the school office verbally before the school begins. Late or no information will be counted as absence on loss of pay
    4. .
    5. Casual leave taken on Friday/Saturday and on Monday will include Sunday as leave.

    6. Arriving late thrice in a month after the school starts in the morning, will be considered as one day’s leave on loss of pay.

    7. The teachers are not allowed to take leave in the months of Feb, March and April unless it is absolutely unavoidable.

    8. The attendance is compulsory on the last day before any term break and on the first day after it re-opens. In case, any teacher is absent on either of these days ,all the days of the vacation period will be treated as ½ (half) day’s leave of absence on loss of pay. If the teacher is absent on both these days the entire vacation period will be counted as leave of absence on loss of pay.

    9. Teachers who do not avail all six days of C.L will have the privilege of en-cashing the remaining days of C.Ls Other Benefits:

    For Permanent teachers:

    1. One child of the staff member studying in this school is entitled to avail of 50% concession in the admission fee, after completing 2 years probation period. Second and third children are entitled to avail 30% and 20% respectively.

    2. But they need to pay 100% transportation fee for their children, if availing school bus services.

    3. Teachers are welcome to use school transport free of cost , if it happens to pass by their area or to any point closest to their residence.

    4. All teachers who come by the school bus will have to monitor and discipline the children in the bus.

    5. Signature of teacher :

      Date of appointment :

      Date :

    Guidance

    Welcome to Fusion International School ......... ADMISSIONS ARE OPEN FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-18. PP1 to IX CLASS. ............... School re-opens on 7th June 2017 for all the Classes ........