NAHAR INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Co-educational day school, established in 2011 by the Nahar Group, a leading Mumbai-based real estate developer.
Nahar’s Amrit Shakti, Chandivali Farm Road, Off Saki Vihar Road, Andheri (East), Mumbai 400072.
Tel Numbers: +91 22 2847 5511 / 5522
|Nursery to Sr. Kg||Early Years Foundation Program|
|Grades 1 to 5||Cambridge International Primary Program (CIPP)|
|Grades 6 to 10||Cambridge Secondary, followed by IGCSE in Grades 9 and 10|
|Grades 11 and 12||IBDP|
Nahar International School will follow the CIE curriculum till Grade 10.
Academic year runs from July to May.
|Nursery to Sr. Kg||8.30 am to 12.30 pm|
|Grades 1 to 5||8.30 am to 2.30 pm|
|Grades 6 to 10||8.30 am to 3.30 pm|
Approximately 24 students per class.
|Summer||Mid May to Mid July|
|Diwali||10 days in October/November|
|Christmas||10 days in December/January|
The school has a user-friendly parent portal where parents can track the progress made by their child/children in class, check the latest homework and get the latest school news.
|Age criteria for Nursery 2017-18: Children born between 1st August 2013 and 31st July 2014.|
|Age criteria for Jr. Kg 2017-18: Children born between 1st August 2012 and 31st July 2013.|
Fill and submit enquiry form in school office.
Parents will be called for orientation.
Parent meet the Admission Officer to understand admission procedure and also confirm the parent interaction date and time, after the Orientation.
On interaction day, parents 1) Fill admission form, 2) Parent and child meet with the panel of respective section heads 3) Parent and child meet the principal.
Admission is confirmed after payment of fees and submission of documents.
|2||Attested copy of applicant's birth certificate / proof of date of birth|
|3||Attested copy of last three years' school reports, mark sheets.|
|4||Copy of child's passport (first and last page)|
|5||PAN Card copy of either parent|
|6||Passport size photograph of parents|
|7||Passport size photographs of the applicant|
|8||Relevant certificates regarding any medical concerns; and documents related to special learning needs (if applicable).|
Badminton, Cricket, Table Tennis, Squash, Basketball, Athletics, Judo Taekwondo, Karate, Skating, Chess, Volleyball , Gymnastics, Hockey, Carrom, Archery
Dance, Drama, Music, Art & Craft, Theatre
Students will develop their skills in art and craft, through the use of different drawing and painting techniques such as water colour, pastel, etc. and different crafts like collage, clay, and model making.
Dance forms include indian and western dance forms, such as Kathak, Bharatnatyam, Ballet, Salsa etc. In Music, students will be trained to sing and encouraged to learn any one of these instruments like Keyboard, Harmonium, Guitar, Tabla, Violin, and Drums.
Students participate in various inter house and inter school competitions in the field of art and craft, sports, dance, drama, debates, elocution, etc. Students also participate in the MUN (Model United Nations) conferences and cultural exchange programs. Student exchange programmes may involve international travel for a short period plus staying with local families to facilitate first-hand learning of their culture, and this is conducted on a reciprocal basis.
Students are taken on field trips to factories, industries, art galleries, hospitals, hotels and other real-work environments to get a first-hand knowledge of how these function.
Nahar International School is an eight-storey structure with two basements and a ground floor. The building is ~ 8728 sq. mtrs. (94,000 sq. ft.). The entire school campus is Wi-Fi enabled to allow for easy access to information by students and staff.
Air conditioned, spacious classrooms. They are equipped with smart-boards and electronic methods of knowledge dissemination.
The school has a playground and world-class sporting facilities for both indoor and outdoor sports with well-trained coaches.
German-design science labs, 2 iMac computer studios (one each for the primary and secondary wings), 2 libraries.
Cafetaria, Auditorium of 6,500 sq. ft, Kids play area, Art and craft room, Music room.
The school has installed surveillance cameras in strategic positions such as: (1) The main gate (2) Other entrances – rear, side and emergency (3) Administration Office and the (4) Main lobby.
The school has a self-service cafetaria that provides vegetarian healthy snacks and lunch. All students from Grade 1 and upwards can use the cafeteria. Students can also eat a packed lunch brought from home in the cafeteria.
GPS equipped buses pick and drop students from doorsteps till inside the school premises and parents are auto-updated over their cell phones.
The school has set up a Student Wellbeing Department to help children cope up with any difficulties. The team has a Counsellor and Special Educator.
The counsellor conducts age appropriate life skill sessions in the class to empower students to deal with any emotional and social issues. She also conducts psychological tests and provides intervention in the form of therapy as and when required.
The Special educator identifies children who need assistance with academic difficulties related to reading, writing, memorizing, math etc and helps them in the school.
Entry Level: Nursery