Indus International Schools follow an open-door communication policy with parents as we believe that they are our partners in their wards’ education.
This partnership is unique in the sense that it creates a nurturing environment for the kids, where we ensure that the best possible decisions are taken with a common goal in mind – to educate our students with the right competencies to succeed in life.
Given this, we value parental feedback which helps us rectify, reinvent, and raise our benchmark of success continuously.
In order to achieve the above with intent and commitment, Indus schools have instituted a fully functional and actively involved Parent Advisory Committee (PAC), a voluntary body of parents. The uniqueness of the PAC lies in its key objectives that support the vision, mission and goal of the school.
The PAC is headed by the Chairperson and the Co-chair who are ably supported by a core team. The PAC core team in turn, is supported at the grassroot level by active parent volunteers who serve as grade representatives and parent council members. This ensures that parents are actively engaged with the school at all levels and contribute towards the continuous improvement of academic and whole education standards. Thus, the philosophy of preparing students for success in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world is achieved with a strong home-school partnership, mainly driven by the PAC.
The PAC meets with the Principal and school leadership team at regular intervals throughout an academic session. This dialogue between the school and the parent community reinforces the open mindedness with which Indus Schools operate and the emphasis and appreciation of feedback from the parent body they place towards the school’s pursuit of excellence and efforts to continuously raise the academic and whole education standards for every child in their care.