Our Vision: Millennium family is committed to nurturing the inherent potential and talent of each child, creating lifelong learners who will be the leaders of tomorrow. With parents as our partners, we aspire to create global citizens who are innovative and have a strong sense of values.

The Academic Year is based on the CBSE guidelines and is w.e.f. from April to March. The school year consists of two semesters: Semester I: April to September and Semester 2: October to March.

The proposed teacher-student ratio is 1:12 in the primary and 1:20 in other classes.

We are a CBSE school and follow a regular assessment system for the overall development of the child.

We follow CASS Assessment (CAs); Term Assessments (TAs) and Project Work as a part of the ongoing assessment of every child. A sound evaluation and assessment system has been designed to form an integral part of the day-to-day learning and can be implemented during the normal course of the teaching-learning process to maximize students’ learning. To cater to individual learning potential, three levels of worksheets - Acceptance, Balance and Challenge are planned. The assessment manual provided is appreciative and motivating rather than critical. It also includes detailed and timely feedback with remedial measures. Millennium Schools have personalized Performance Enhancement Plans (PEP) which are remedial measures for the learners. They ensure that learning gaps, if any, are bridged before the child is taken to the next level of the concept. To help bridge the gap, a set of remedial books called 'PEP Tool' has been designed by the MEM team.

i. We have a specially designed curriculum The Millennium Learning System (MLS) mapped to the requirement of National Curriculum Framework 2005/CBSE guidelines and the NCERT Syllabus. ii. This has been developed by the Research and Development team after years of research. iii. The goal of our curriculum is to open minds and break the boundaries of confining learning. iv. It caters to the needs of all types of learners, allowing them to learn at their own pace. v. It is interactive and experiential in its approach, giving them a joyful learning experience. vi. Our specialized teaching strategies and collaborative work in classrooms ensure that our children can think for themselves and apply their learning to real-life situations.

We ensure that an array of co-curricular activities including sports, dance, music art etc. are introduced based on the age-group of the children.

We hire qualified teachers with good communicative skills. Every facilitator undergoes an additional certification course on strategies of classroom teaching. Further, they undergo three types of training: Product training: To understand MLS; Technology training: To be able to use the smart boards and computers as a tool for effective teaching; Pedagogy training: To keep them abreast with the latest in the field of education.

Yes, we are a co-educational school.

Millennium family shares a vision for every child by partnering with parents at every step. We value and invite suggestions from parents and ensure cooperation to make every event a success. Parents are also invited to give lectures and share learnings from real life with children. They also partner with us for projects that help children learn concepts and key life skills.

The seat arrangement will be in compliance to the 6ft social distancing norms in spacious classrooms and with smaller number of students per class.

Lunchtime will be monitored by the teachers and the staffs and will be carried out while maintaining social distancing.

Yes, the students are required to submit a doctor’s certificate as well as a consent form signed by the parents.

Special care has been taken off for cleaning and disinfecting the school premise, including machineries for ensure maximum safety.

The students will be constantly reminded of the importance of handwashing and sanitizing, also for safety precautions sanitizers are placed in the corridors and entrances.

All the necessary measures including quarantining of the staffs and students would be followed if such a situation arises.

No, the school is not equipped with the facilities to test the students if they show any symptoms but can recommend agencies for the same.

While we understand the concerns of the parents, they are not allowed to choose the learning mode. The school will decide how to conduct the classes as per the norms of the government and the students are expected to abide by the same.

Yes, if the student has already begun the session in a remote learning mode, he/she is entitled to regular classes once the school starts functioning likewise. The school doesn’t allow the student to learn remotely when regular functioning of the school is resumed.

Both home-schooling and remote learning are distinct concepts. While home-schooling has selective learning, process included under the mentorship of private tutor, remote learning has a proper school like learning structure along with the peers.