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Aarogya Setu App

Apr 11, 2020 | 11:04PM

Dear Parents,

As per the DIOS orders you are directed to install  Aarogya Setu  App on your mobile on urgent basis and fill in the required details. Stay Home, Stay Safe


Online Admission

Apr 05, 2020 | 4:11AM

Apr 04, 2020 | 7:58AM

We are taking online classes since 1st April 2020 enthusiastically and sincerely all the children are getting connected. We seek the support of dear Students and Parents to continue the classes in the same way.    

From the Desk of Red Rose School

Apr 04, 2020 | 12:58AM

Coronavirus Outbreak: How to talk to your children about COVID-19 
Remember, prevention is better than cure. Reassure your children and erase their confusion and anxiety and stay safe! Working collectively is our chance to turn the situation around!

We are all aware that the Coronavirus (COVID19) has not only taken a heavy toll on the global economy but has also managed to create extreme panic among the masses. Businesses are being shut temporarily, schools and colleges have closed, and the streets are empty in most of the countries.

Health experts suggest that there is no need to panic, but for those with children, they need to speak to their kids to make them understand the situation and help them relax. Creating awareness about the virus and what they can do to stay safe is crucial. Here is how you can educate your children about the scenario.
Children, especially young ones, tend to take parents as an example and follow in their footsteps. So, if you are panicking, it might not be a very good example for your kids. Before having a talk with your child, make sure you have done away with your own fears and anxiety or that you can keep them under control. Managing your own emotions can go a long way in helping your kids remain calm while trying to process what you tell them.

Take it slow 
Bombarding your children with too much information at once can be overwhelming for them and end up being counterproductive. It may also create unnecessary confusion, leaving them unsure of what they must do. While speaking to them about the virus, try to keep it realistic. Do some research from reliable sources such as WHO. Provide the assurance that you are there available for them to have a conversation and share their thoughts and feelings anytime without any fear or hesitation.

Understand their perspective 
Kids of different ages might perceive the situation in different ways. Make sure that your child doesn’t believe all the information that is being passed around. In the case of children who have their own mobile phones, ask them to only trust information from verified sources. There are a lot of rumours and misinformation that is being passed around on social media platforms so ask them to filter out information. For younger children who might not be very clear about what is going on, be patient and explain things in a simple manner. Let them know that they are safe as long as they follow the precautionary measures. Although it might be difficult, take them through the concept of social distancing.

Tell them how to stay safe 
Let them know that it is a situation that they can avoid if they follow the required precautionary measure. Ensure that they keep their hands clean by using soap often and especially when they cough or sneeze. Let them know that following basic hygiene practices is the best way to protect themselves. Explain that they would need to remain at home and not come into contact with anyone who appears to have a cold or cough.

Stay at home....Stay safe....We shall overcome... 

Best wishes

Admissions Open for Session 2020-21

Mar 06, 2020 | 3:11AM

Let your child get a platform to Practice, Perform & Prepare for the Future

Scholarship Examination

Jan 20, 2020 | 3:09AM

Scholarship Examination for new Admission seekers on 9th February 2020.

Admission forms are available in school.



Admission Discount

Jan 20, 2020 | 3:08AM

Admissions open for classes Pre Nursery  to IX. No Admission fee will be  charged for Admission seeked  on or before 31st Jan 2020.

1st Preboard Notice

Dec 07, 2018 | 8:23PM

Dear Parents, Pre Board – 1 for class X and XII will begin from Tuesday, 11 Dec, 18.


Jul 28, 2018 | 3:20AM

Dear Parents, 

Second Unit Test for the session 2018-19 to commence from Aug.10th, 2018 for classes  Pre-Nur. to XII.