St. Thomas Sr. Sec. School is one of the units of UCI, which was set up in 1972. The school is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary School, New Delhi. The medium of instruction in school is English. The school has embarked upon a time bound of construction and academic innovation with the purpose of providing a congenial environment to study and play. The school endeavors to interpret ate the prescribed curriculum in way which will not only meet specific needs of pupils of different talents but will also develop in them a scientific temperament and sense of creativity.
St.Thomas School lays great emphasis on the all-round development of its students. It provides the children ample opportunities for various extra-curricular activities like debates, declamations, quiz competitions, sports, music and dramatics.
Inter House competitions allow much winder participation by large number of students, a greater enthusiasm through healthy completive spirit and, as a result, a much greater improvement of talents and skills.
Aims and Objectives of the School St.Thomas School is one of the Units of a minority managed Institution which is registered under Registration of Societies Act, 1860 in the name of Board of Directors of the United Christian Institute .
The establishment of the school is an expression of desire of the board to participate in task of educating young children particularly from rural backgrounds and by doing so initiating them into society as its full fledged members who are proficient in the basics of knowledge and skilled in its application with exemplary sense of dignity and citizenship.
In order to fulfil this vision of its service to community at large the school provides primary and secondary education of high standard to both boys and girls without distinction of caste, colour or creed.
The school has special responsibility to Christian children from rural backgrounds to prepare them for leadership
within the church and Christian organization.
The school endeavours to interpret the prescribed curriculum in ways which will not only meet specific needs of pupils of different talents but will also develop in them a scientific temperament and sense of creativity.
The School endeavours to groom young pupils by moral education ,sports and games and other extra-curricular activities which will help them to understand and continue the unique cultural traditions of our country and to be genuinely respectful to all religious faiths.
Sports and games form an integral part of our schooling .We have a basketball court, three hockey fields and a handball ground. The badminton court and Lawn Tennis court are under construction .In addition to this we have 400 metre track for races along with a ground for athletics. The school had the privilege of hosting the 4th C.B.S.E North Zone Hockey Championship from Oct.23 to 27,2002.Girls bagged the second position in the North Zone and were declared runners up at the National Level at Bangalore. The school also hosted the 6th CBSE North Zone Hockey Championship from 12th to 15th Oct, 2004. Under 14 girls and under 19 Boys went to play at the National in Delhi.
Students must come to school punctually and regularly,dressed neatly in full uniform.students
not dressed in proper uniform and habitual late comers may be sent back home by the school authrities.
We expect our students to be outstanding in their personal bearing and conduct both towards staff
members and visitors Any disobedience,misbehaviour and rudeness will be taken very seriously.
For any act of gross indiscipline,the school reserves the right to expel the student with or
No application of any kind will be entertained if it has not been written on plain paper and
enclosed in an envelope.
Students must take care of School property.Plucking flowers, damaging school furniture, written
on walls or disfiguring any part of the school will be deal with strictly.
Parents and guardians are not permitted to visit the class rooms or visit their wards or take
away their wards during school hours without the written permission of the principal.
7. Students are not allowed to leave the campus during school hours even during recess.
8. Attendance at all important functions of the School is compulsory.
9. 75% attendance is compulsory to appear for the term and annual examination.
Recommendations to parents
Parents must keep in constant touch with their ward's progress regularly by examining their
exercise/note books,the school diary and report card. They should sign on them to indicate that
they have taken note of the reports.
Parents are urged to attend parents Teacher Meeting whenever they are scheduled and meet the
All communications from parents must indicate the student's name, class and section.
Any change in address,telephone number etc,must be promptly intimated to the school.
Parents are advised to instill in their wards proper study habits by providing them a proper
study area and regularizing their study hours.
Parents are advised to encourage their wards to read newspapers daily and to develop reading
habits by providing good reading material every now and then.
Parents are urged to encourage their wards to watch educational programmes on T.V.
All cash payments are to be made at the counter only and a receipt taken.
The school emphasizes a high standard of discipline and also demand from its students a serious application to their studies as well as other co-curricular and extra curricular pursuits. We
do expect parents to co-operate with us in the maintainance of discipline. It requires them to
ensure that their wards honour the school rules and regulations.
Parents are required to get their children registered by the second week of February it may
be noted that REGISTRATION HOWEVER DOES NOT GUARANTEE ADMISSION.
Admission to Pre-Primary classes i.e Nursery,Lower KG and Upper K.G. begins in the first
week of March. Admission will be made on the basis of an informal conversation with both parents
and their children. Parents are urged not to teach "ABC....."etc. to the children seeking admission
to Nursery.Admission to classes I to XI will be made on the basis of a test to be held in the last
week of March.
Payment of Fees
Fee must be paid 10th of every month
Timing:Summer 8.30 a.m to 12.30 p.m
A late fee fine of Rs 5/- per day will be charged upto 15th and then Rs.10/- per day upto 20th.
Non-payment of dues for a period of more than 20 days will result in striking the name off the
roll.Re-admission may be considered at the sole discretion of the school authorities after payment
of Rs.500/- as re-admission charges.
Examination Evaluation and Reporting
There will be three Terminal Examinations in an academic session. The marks of the weekly
Tests will be added in the Terminal Results. Holidays Home work marks will be added in the
Ist Terminal Results. The evaluation of students at the end of the academic year for the
purpose of promotion to the next class will be based on the performance through out the
whole year including all the weekly Tests and Examinations. The pass percentage in each
subject is 45%. It is compulsory to pass in each subject to merit promotion to the next
NOTE : DECISION OF THE SCHOOL AUTHORITIES REGARDING THE RESULT OF ALL THE
STUDENTS WILL BE FINAL NO FURTHER WRITTEN OR VERBAL REQUESTS WILL
BE ENTERTAINED IN THAT REGARD.
St. Thomas School lays great emphasis on the all-round development of its students It
provides the children ample opportunities for various extra-curricular activities like
debates,declamations,quiz competitions,sports,music and dramatics. The whole School has
been divided into four houses.Gulmohar,jacaranda,Laburnum and Magnolia.
Inter House competitions allow much wider participation by a large number of students,
a greater enthusiasm through healthy competitive spirit and, as a result, a much greater
improvement of talents and skills.
Pre-Primary School : 7:50 to 12:00
Primary Classes and 6to 12 : 7:50 to 02:10 Winter
Pre-Primary School : 8:20 to 12:30
Primary Classes and 6 to 12 : 8:20 to 02:40
Parents can meet the principal during the following hours only:
Summer : 8.30 a.m to 9.30 a.m.
Winter : 10.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m
1. Air force blue pleated divided Terry cot skirts/Terry cot Trousers.
2. Half sleeve grey shirt with Thomsonian Embroidered on the pocket.
3. Grey socks with maroon stripe
4. Black leather shoes
5. School Belt and Tie
6. Light blue Ribbon / Patkas.
1. White pleated divided Terrycot skirts/ Terrycot Trousers.
2. House T-shirt
3. White socks
4. White canvas shoes
5. School Belt
1. Worsted Trousers for both Boys and Girls.
2. Grey full sleeve shirts with Thomsonian Embroidered on the pocket.
3. Grey socks with maroon stripes.
4. Grey sweaters with Maroon stripes and Thomsonian Embroidered.
5. Black leather shoes.
6. School Belt and Tie.
7. Light blue ribbons/patkas.
8. Air Force Blue Blazer with Thomsonian Embroidered on the pocket.
Note: It is compulsory for all the students to wear school Blazer from Ist December every
year. School tie,School belt,should be brought from the school stores only.