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Student Welfare

Psychological Counselling

School counsellor offer individual counselling to help students resolve personal or interpersonal problems. And also offer small groups counselling sessions to help students to enhance listening and social skills, learn to empathize with others, and find social support through healthy peer relationships. Counsellor will also provide support to school staff by assisting with classroom management techniques and the development of programs to improve mental health or school safety. When necessary, counsellor may also intervene in a disrupted learning environment. For students who are otherwise unable to access mental health services, school counsellor provide support at no cost.

School counsellor, also known as guidance counsellor, were first primarily responsible for facilitating career development. Today, the role of the school counsellor is multifaceted and may vary greatly, depending on the requirements of both the state and each individual school.

Functions of the school counsellor may include:

· Providing instruction on psychological and social issues

· Vocational guidance

· Counseling

· Early intervention

· Special needs services.

Counselling is designed in such a way to facilitate student achievement, improve student behavior and attendance, counselling help students develop socially. Mental health professionals and school counselor both provide counseling for personal and academic challenges, help students choose careers and plan for college, and intervene when students face behavioral, physical, or mental health challenges.

Further, counsellor often help students:

· Maintain academic standards and set goals for academic success.

· Develop skills to improve organization, study habits, and time management.

· Work through personal problems that may affect academics or relationships.

· Improve social skills.

· Cope with school or community-related violence, accidents, and trauma.

· Identify interests, strengths, and aptitudes through assessment.

Parent & Teacher Meeting

Parent Counselling

We have an integrated approach to mental health intervention that focuses on both school and family in order to help children overcome personal problems and succeed at school. We have a psychologists to practice on wide variety of mental health issues

First Aid Facility

Children spend most of their time in schools and are vulnerable to injuries and mild ailments, hence we provide first-aid care. Our School teachers provide immediate first-aid care. First-aid facilities like first-aid medicine box, patient resting table are within school premises.

Physical Education

The NASPE ( National Association for Sport and Physical Education) recommends that children obtain a minimum of 60 minutes of physical activity in a day. It is not possible in most schools to provide the 60 minutes of daily physical activity for every student through the physical education program alone; this has led to development of the idea of having comprehensive school physical activity programs. Some students attend physical education one day a week; others attend two or three days; and a few have daily physical education. The physical educator is to provide maximum physical activity time within the class period, teach skills and activities that transfer into physical activity outside of physical education class, motivate children to be physically active, and take the role of physical activity director for the school. If students are to receive the amount of physical activity they need each day, other opportunities to be physically active within the school day must be provided. The physical education teacher has unique responsibilities in the school physical activity program to ensure that students are physically active within the physical education class. The physical education teacher also has the responsibility to help direct and guide opportunities for physical activity within the school outside the physical education class."