School years are full of growth, promise, excitement, hope, and sometimes a little frustration, and disappointment as well. It is the time when students begin to discover themselves and are able to identify their own potential.
Circle of Happiness, Inclusion and Well-being are an essential part of the school system at the Indian High Group of Schools.
Counsellors collaborate with teachers and parents in the identification of various academic and psycho-socio-emotional needs, and further in providing the required interventions. This plays a crucial role in both removing and preventing further barriers to learning that Students of Determination (SD) may be struggling with. All our intervention programs are tailored to the specific needs of the Students of Determination, ensuring the achievement of the best possible outcomes. Our focus is on developing skills and behaviours critical for academic achievement and holistic personal development.
We have a team of highly skilled and experienced Counsellors, Special Educators and Learning Support Assistants whose sole motto is to empower the Students of Determination to deal with a wide range of difficulties and challenges that they may face and carry out the whole school programs for wellbeing.
Parent Referral Form for Counseling Support - The Circle of Happiness, Inclusion, and Wellbeing initiated this process for parents who wish to seek support from the school counselor. Counselling and Wellbeing Circle deals with all the information provided in a sensitive and confidential manner.
Student and Parent Talks - Student and Parent talks are conducted by respective Section Counsellors of Grades KG1- Grade 4 on various topics that are important in terms of holistic development of the students and effective parenting skills.
Open Hour with the Counsellor
KG 1 – Grade 4 – Circle Time with the Counsellor
- Sessions are exclusively for the parents once a week after school.
- Parents can write an email to the counsellor if they wish to connect with the counsellor.
- The counsellor selects 3 parents on a first-come, first-serve basis for each session.