The Primary program (Nursery to Class 1)

Developing strong foundational skills in reading and mathematics is at the heart of the primary program.

Manipulative and multisensory activities provide the basis of teaching methods at this level. Attention to a students’ overall development is at the core of this program. The use of movement programs and practical learning help the students to develop good skills for recognizing and monitoring their need for the movement to improve learning. Sensory integration activities are built into the primary schedule as a routine activity. Our teachers teach small groups of children which allows for individual attention.


Our teachers understand the development of continuum and use our scope and sequence of skills to guide students to improve their written communication. Handwriting instruction begins with the correct formation of printed letters. Efficient keyboarding and effective use of a computer are essential parts of our program and directly tied to instruction in written language. Math instructions occur in small homogeneous groups of students at an appropriate instructional level. Some of our students are strong in maths while others are challenged by the subject. Students practice math facts in many ways to understand and solve problems. The children are also introduced to the sciences and secondary languages


Our middle school program focuses on preparing our students for a variety of high school options while continuing to remediate and reinforce each student’s foundational skills in all areas of strategic learning. We facilitate an attitude of responsibility towards learning by allowing our students to develop independence in applying learning strategies to all subjects Our middle school children also have an opportunity to develop leadership skills as representatives and office bearers of the school. We also work with parents to help them find the best possible fit for their child after they graduate from Oakwood.

The medical report must be made available on the prescribed Performa provided with the registration form at the time of admission. A Photostat copy of the medical card, certifying all preventive inoculations and vaccinations which have been given, must be submitted with the forms. It is compulsory that all children are examined by the school doctor at the time of admission and parents meet the school doctor to inform about the family’s medical history. In the unfortunate incident of a mishap, the school will not be held liable. Our endeavour is to provide the best medical attention within our means and regular doctor visits are a routine at Oakwood. The school will not be liable in any way in case of viral or other sickness, accident or mishap during the school term or travel.


  1. Registration does not guarantee admission unless the student passes the interview and eligibility test. Parents or guardians must accompany the student personally at the time of such test and interview.
  2. Registration is not transferable to another student and is valid only for the year, which it has been asked for.
  3. The admission of a student will depend on the availability of seats vacant even after passing the eligibility test or being declared successful in the interview.

The students registered on the acceptance of admission offer are not refundable even if the parents or guardians decide not to send the student to OAKWOOD. This condition applies to midterm withdrawals as well.

Parents or guardians shall be fully informed when a student is selected for admission. However, the offer will be treated as confirmed only if the fees and deposits have been paid and offer acknowledged..


 The fees for the year are to be fully paid in advance for each of the two terms at the time of admission. The payments are to be made when admission is offered, in accordance with the fees structure attached with the prospectus.

Students withdrawn from the school during the term will have to pay all the annual outstanding dues. No refunds are permissible.


Should the fees for the terms not be paid by the stipulated date, a grace period of 15 days will be allowed for the payment to be received and thereafter a fine of 10% of the amount due shall be levied. In the event that the fees are not received at the stipulated time, the student’s name will be struck off the school roll and the student will not be permitted to sit in class. In extreme cases, if the fees are not paid after 3 reminders, the parent will be asked to withdraw the child. No TC will be given to such students.


All parents are required to deposit with the school the amount specified in the fees structure at the time of admission, to cover personal expenses like toilet articles, pocket money, washing and dry cleaning, postage and telephones, library, A.V.R Expense, haircutting, extra food, birthdays and any other contingency and unexpected expenditure etc. Expenses will be paid from the personal account from time to time and the amount will be recouped by the parents or guardian on receipt of a statement of these personal expenses.

Students from abroad are required to pay one and a half times of the total deposits and fees in a lump sum at the time of admission.

In case a student is not returning to school for the ensuing year, notice to this effect requesting for withdrawal must be sent to the Principal before 31 December of that year.

The Principal may, at any time without assigning any reason, require the withdrawal of a student.

On leaving the school finally, Transfer Certificate, Progress Report etc., will be issued only after all school dues are cleared..

After admission to the school, if a student is found to have any disease or deficiency which may prove detrimental to other students, he/she may be asked to be withdrawn by the Principal. There will be no refund of fees in such cases.

Daily prayers not pertaining to any specific religion are held in the school. Parents/ guardians who for any reason want the student to abstain from this aspect of school activity may indicate so in the application form for registration.



Parents or guardians are kept informed of the progress of the student through reports at the end of each period of assessment. The parents can also enquire about the day to day progress of the student by appointment with the Principal. No periodic reports will be made available for students whose due and fees are not received within the prescribed time. The final report will be sent out on clearance of all dues payable and will indicate the percentage and grade obtained in studies as well as attainment in extracurricular activities in school.

Parents and guardians are kept informed of the progress of the student but the school does not allow private tuitions of any kind in school or at home