Rules And Regulations Governing Your Child’s/Ward’s Admission

SCHOOL HOURS

PRESCHOOL
(Pre-Nursery, Nursery, Pre-Reception & Reception)
Reporting Time           -           8:00a.m.
Closing Time               -           2:00p.m.

PRIMARY DEPARTMENT
(Grade 1 to 6)
Reporting Time           -           7:30a.m.
Closing Time               -           2:30p.m.

JUNIOR HIGH DEPARTMENT
(form 1 to 3)
Reporting Time           -           7:30a.m.
Closing Time               -           3:00p.m.

CAMBRIDGE INTERNATIONAL COLLEGE DEPARTMENT
(Year 7 to 11)

Reporting Time           -           7:30a.m.
Closing Time               -           3:00p.m.

School days run from Mondays to Fridays. However, parents are given up to 3:30pm to pick up their wards. It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to bring the child/ward to school and pick him/her up on time. If your child is going to be late or will not attend school on a particular day please call the Head of Department promptly to advise.

DRESSING

It is the school’s policy that children should always be appropriately dressed.

PRESCHOOL
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Blue and White Uniform (Regular School)

Appropriate and fully covered shoes and white socks

Wednesday
PE Kit with pair of sneakers

A pair of sneakers and white socks

Friday
Friday wear (Checkered fabric)

PRIMARY
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Blue and White Uniform (Regular School)

Appropriate and fully covered shoes and white socks

Wednesday
PE Kit with pair of sneakers

A pair of sneakers and white socks

Friday
Friday wear (Checkered fabric)

JUNIOR HIGH
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Blue and White Uniform (Regular School)

Appropriate and fully covered shoes and white socks

Wednesday
PE Kit with pair of sneakers

A pair of sneakers and white socks

Friday
Friday wear (Checkered fabric)

SECONDARY
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday
Blue and White Uniform (Regular School)

Appropriate and fully covered shoes and white socks

Wednesday
PE Kit with pair of sneakers

A pair of sneakers and white socks

Friday
Friday wear (Checkered fabric)

PS:

Girls:   

  • Dresses should not be cut above knee level.
  • Dresses should not be sleeveless.
  • No wearing of slacks and trousers except for the Preschoolers.
  • No revealing dress (bare back etc.)
  • No make-ups and high heels. They should dress like school girls.

The above will always apply on the school premises, whether school is in session, during ceremonies or for summer classes.

Boys:

As from next academic year, boys from upper primary will put on trousers as is done in the Junior High department.


HOMEWORK

Preschool

This is given three times weekly (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays). A parent/guardian should ensure that when the child is doing the homework the hands are clean and that the pencil is well sharpened. Though parents/guardian are to supervise the work they should not attempt to do the homework themselves. Please sign all homework done.

Primary, Junior High & Secondary

Homework is given on a daily basis.  Neat work is always encouraged.  Parents/Guardians are expected to inspect and sign all homework journals before they are submitted.  If your child has difficulty with the work, please attach a note to the Class/Subject Teacher.  Study periods must always follow homework.  The Housemaster/mistress signs the homework journals of boarding students.

 

REMEDIATION CLASSES

All remediation programmes will be done in conformity to the departmental policies to ensure proper coordination. Parents/guardians whose children/wards are identified to be part of the remediation classes should co-operate in the process. Thank you.

EXAMINATION

Preschool

Mid-Trimester and End of Trimester examinations are taken at all levels except Pre-Nursery.

Report

Progress reports are given at the middle and end of every trimester at all levels. However, Pre-Nursery reports are given only at the end of the term.

Additionally all children are assessed twice a week. You are welcome to make enquires about your child’s/ ward’s progress in the afternoon of any day.

Primary

Mid-Trimester and End of Trimester examinations are taken at all levels.

Junior High

Mid-Trimester and End of Trimester examinations are taken at all levels.

Cambridge International College
(form 4, form 5)

Mid-Trimester and End of Trimester examinations are taken at all levels.

Progress reports will be sent at the end of each trimester.  Open days afford you the opportunity to study your child’s/ward’s academic performance in line with his/her peers. The star column interprets as follows:

  1. 90-100%, a child is rated GOLD, gets a slot on the “Honours Roll” and is acknowledged with a certificate.
  2. 80-89.9%, a child is rated SILVER.
  3. 75-79.9%, a child is rated BRONZE.
  4. Pass mark of lower primary is 80%.
  5. Pass mark of upper primary is 75%.
  6. Pass mark of International Secondary is 70%.

A pupil/student is acknowledged when he/she makes the school’s “Honours Roll”. Such exceptional performance is acknowledged at a school gathering.

Progress reports are made available at the end of each trimester.  The minimum average score is 65%, the lowest limit of Grade C.  A student is celebrated when he/she achieves an average of 80.5 and above in all subjects.

CHANGES IN THE HOME

Sometimes, it may become necessary for Management to request a parent/guardian to put certain things in place or make provisions at home to help a child/ward who has difficulty in learning.

ILLNESS

Please keep your child/ward at home and inform the school if he/she:

  1. Has a fever or has had a fever during the previous 24-hour period.
  2. Is on medication, e.g. antibiotics, etc.
  3. Has a constant cough.
  4. Has a cold accompanied by heavy nasal discharge.
  5. Has been vomiting.
  6. Diarrhoea

If a child/ward becomes ill during the school day, the parents/guardians will be notified promptly.  It is expected that children who fall ill will be picked up immediately upon notification.  Any emergency telephone number should be made available to the school.

ACCIDENTAL INJURY

In case of accidental injury, we shall administer First Aid.  Should the situation demand a doctor’s attention, we shall take the child to the nearest clinic.  You will be expected to assume responsibility for any resultant expenses.

APPOINTMENTS

  • Appointments must be made by parents for special meetings with the HOD/Vice Principal/Principal.  Please contact the School Secretaries to book an appointment.
  • A conference with a teacher can also be arranged at a mutually agreed time (preferably after teaching hours) in school.

                                                                       

LETTERS

From the school:

Letters detailing activities are usually sent by WhatsApp and/or through the children.  Please make it a point to read them.  In case of misplaced letters, parents/guardians are advised to check the notice board in the school as copies will always be put up there.

Please supply us with your e-mail address and WhatsApp contact number to facilitate a more effective communication link between you and the school, that is if you have not already done so.


Required by parents:

The school undertakes to issue introductory letters for immigration, visa application or student’s status purposes is at a fee.  These can only be obtained through written requests from a parent to the school.  At least a week’s notice will be required.  Ordinarily, two weeks’ notice is required in the case of requesting for students transcript. The best time to put in a request is before or shortly after the mid-term break.  Thank you.

BIRTHDAYS

Parents/Guardians are welcome to bring special treat for their child’s/ward’s birthday.  Please check with the class teacher a few days before the event.  He/she will let you know the number of children in the class and the best time of the day for the event.  The celebrant is encouraged to donate one good story book to his/her class library. 

ADMISSIONS

Admission of siblings into Preschool

This is automatic placement.  Siblings of a continuing pupil could always be registered, preferably between the ages of 1 – 2 years.

Admission into Primary                    
If you desire that your child/ward in Reception continues in the Primary, it is necessary that you apply.  Notification will be sent at the appropriate time.

Admission into Junior High/Cambridge International College

It is almost automatic.  The only condition is that the student must pass the Class 6/Grade 6 Examinations well by scoring an average of 65% in all subjects.

Students of the JHS are expected to make the average aggregate as follows:

  • 25 or better for Class 6
  • 24 or better for JHS 1
  • 22 or better for JHS 2

Failure to meet the above standard will result in the student being made to repeat the class.

WITHDRAWALS

A term’s written notice (i.e. three months) is required if a parent wishes to withdraw a child.  If no such notice is given, a term’s fees must be paid in lieu thereof. The school reserves the right to ask parents/guardians to withdraw their child/ward from the School should this become extremely necessary.

Thank you.

Kindly find the Code of Student Conduct below:

1 Download Code of Student Conduct (Preschool)

2. Download Code of Student Conduct (Junior High School)

Why Choose Us

  • We have a rich school culture with our pupils and students coming from over 20 nationalities including the UK, USA, Nigeria, Canada, China, India and other African Countries.
  • Outstanding curricula pursued in strict accordance with :
    1. Cambridge Assessment International Education
    2. Ghana Education Service

Achievements

  • Angels School was crowned most talented at the S.O.S Talento Expo.
  • KEVIN KUUKU NKRUMAH, a 5th Grade Student of Angels Specialist School International placed second in the Amazing Child Contest organized by TV Africa.
  • Angels School 8th Grade Student, Jessica Penu, Won The National Spelling Bee Champion For 2011
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