Admissions @ Kairos
1. How do I seek admission in Kairos?
(a) Take a prior appointment or direct walk in to meet our parent relations executive(PRE)
(b) Tell me more about yourself – a form to be filled.
(c) Counseling session with our PRE
(d) Take a campus tour
(e) Register yourself with a fee and an application form filled up
(f) On seeing the credentials of the student, take a baseline test ( where necessary)
(g) Meet the Principal along with parents
(h) Payment of fee on confirmation of admission
(i) Collect the admission letter from the PRE.
Documents to be submitted after the admission:
- Copy of student’s birth certificate.
- 3 Recent passport size photographs of student.
- 3 Recent passport size photographs of parents or guardian.
- Annual Mark Sheet or Report Card of previous school attended.(if applicable)
- Original Transfer certificate from the previous school attended.(if applicable)
2. Can I know the timings of the school?
- School Timings are from 8.15 am to 2.45 pm.
- Pre-Primary, Grade 1 to 3 all Saturday’s are holidays.
- Middle school 2nd and 4th Saturday’s are holidays.
3. Can I know the age for admission to Pre-primary as on 1st June
|Nursery||2.5 years +|
|PP1||3.5 years +|
|PP2||4.5 years +|
The first-come first-served policy follows by Kairos.
4. Can I know which Board of education?
- Proposing for a Cambridge International Curriculum
5. How do I get the fee particulars?
- Contact School authorities for the details.
6. What is the commencement of the Academic session?
- Academic year commences in the month of April with a summer break in May.
- Mid Term admissions are done based on the vacancy and the eligibility of the
student seeking admission.
- However if a student relocated from another country, admission will be taken
based on the vacancy position of the concerned class.
1. What are the teaching methodologies adopted Kairos?
- Pre-Primary- Early years education addresses
- Leading and guiding children
- Supporting learning and development
- Holistic view of children: not just cognitive, but also PSE ( personal,
social and emotional) development of children and life skills.
- Primary & Middle School – Active, hands-on teaching strategies and learning
activities are designed to take students out of their books, sometimes out of their
seats, sometimes out of the classroom, sometimes out of their school, and
sometimes out of their familiar ways of thinking. Active, hands-on teaching
strategies and learning activities are intended to make students active
participants in their own learning.
All our teachers are qualified, well experienced and conceptually strong. They are trained in
handling the students with patience and make them learn the concept with enthusiasm.
2. What is the teacher – student ratio?
We believe small is beautiful.
For Pre-Primary School – 1:10.
For Primary and Middle school -1:25.
3. How are the assessments conducted?
There are four Progressive Assessments in a year and two term end assessments.
4. How do I interact with the teachers
PTM’s are conducted once a month, however, if necessary parent can take appointment to
meet the teachers after school working hours.
5. Does school offer any kind of co-curricular activities?
Life skills will be taught as an independent discipline in the content areas identified. We
firmly believe that holistic development of the child can be achieved by integrating the cocurricular
programs such as fine arts, performing arts, sports and games.
6. What kind of sports/ Visual performing arts do you prefer at Kairos?
We have a well designed play ground offering Basket ball, Volley Ball, Foot Ball, Cricket,
tennis, Swimming pool, Skating Rink and indoor games like caroms, chess table tennis as
sporting activities. Visual Performing arts – music, dance, keyboard/guitar, painting.
Safety and Security:
1. How secured is the campus?
Safety of the child is our utmost importance, Cameras are installed in class rooms and other
strategic points in the campus to ensure it is a safe and secured zone.
2. How is the transport facility for students?
The bus facility is provided to the nearest point, it is usually closer to home. GPRS system are
installed in the buses where a parent can track the bus movement and speed limit to ensure
safety in then bus.
3. Do I get an immediate attention when my child is sick in school?
An Infirmary facility with trained in-house Nurse & tie up with nearby Hospital for any
4. Do you have in-school breakfast and lunch facility?
Meal plan is optional , we provide lunch in the campus
5. Has adequate measures been taken care of during disasters like fire?
Yes, have Fire extinguisher installed in every floor and the evacuation plan is displayed on
each floor periodic mock drill is given to the students by school/ Fire Authorities.