THE INDIAN COMMUNITY SCHOOL, KUWAIT

The ICSK Junior School caters for boys and girls through their pre-primary years with children starting their school life at 31/2 years till year 12. Admission is given to both boys and girls for classes KG, Prep and Standards I to VI. The infrastructure is ideally located in the heart of Salmiya.

A school is a place where "future" takes its birth. A perfect school is the one which facilitates young minds to imbibe not only knowledge but also the courage, and wisdom to face the world with confidence.

The present education system is hardly adequate to equip the students to face the challenges of a fast changing modern world is an undeniable fact.

ICSK Junior Branch is convinced that radical changes have to be effected in the teaching methodology and course content so that the system of education is not merely information based but value oriented, formulated to bring about transformation and maturity in the personality of the students.

Education is imparted to children not just through books but through multi sensory approach, based on life experiences and the play way methods. Our belief is to make the school an extension of home. For best outcomes, there must be concordance between the impressions which a child gathers at home and at school.

The school rejuvenates the existing education system intermittently. The school, recognized by the Ministry of Education, State of Kuwait and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi, is one of the premier educational institutions in the Gulf. The school has attained unparalleled status and stability in Kuwait city with its own campus. It is gratifying to note that the school stands as a symbol of excellence, fulfilling the dreams of its founding fathers.

The school's Faculty Improvement Programs enable teachers to keep themselves abreast of the new developments in educational technology.

Children joining the school come with a wealth of knowledge and understanding about the world around them. It is our aim to develop these skills and promote willingness and enthusiasm to learn more.

We believe in offering all our pupils the highest quality education in a safe and secure environment. Our focus is to promote pupils' confidence, self-esteem and self will. We endeavour towards responsible, responsive and accountable children.

Quarterly e-magazine PETALS is a new venture in 2014, honing the creative talents of students and covering annual activities in the branch both in house and inter school competitions.

We believe in a sound mind and healthy body, hence we stress on multifarious productive child centered activities.

We design our course study to help children strive towards:

  • Development of personality through public speaking.
  • Promote a sense of belonging and collectiveness.
  • Belief that every child is born to learn.
  • Cater to free and fearless learning environment for all.
  • Involving children in making class room rules and consequences that are easy to comprehend for all.
  • The staff is endowed with the winning combination of experience and youth. The primary focus of the branch is to lay a strong, steady foundation in their formative years ready to face challenges in life with maturity.

SENATE GROUP

The junior branch Senate is a self governing body, which are democratically elected, through electronic voting and are routinely engaged in various school activities and functions. They assist in maintaining the discipline in the portals of the institution. This provides a platform for leadership.

CCA ACTIVITIES

In addition to quality academics, for the holistic development of students and to explore their inherent talents, CCA activities are annually marked suiting the level of students. To promote their enthusiasm, meritorious certificates are awarded in special assemblies.

GENERAL ACTIVITIES

Other activities like orientation program for newly inducted students, art and craft exhibitions, special days, Parents' day, Annual Athletic Meet, Graduation day for Kindergarten section, Field trips, annual picnics, morning assemblies on special occasions and National festivals are a few to mention.

The school counsellor is available and easily approachable on all working days.

In order to instil spiritual values in students, teachers specially trained in Quran and Islamic studies hold classes for Muslim boys and girls throughout the year.

Thus the ICSK Junior branch is versatile, with its homely ambience, and a combination of students and staff both teaching and non-teaching from different states of India.



LKG ADMISSION

The age requirements for admission to LKG for the academic year 2017 - 2018 is as follows:

  • LKG - Students born between 1st September 2012 -15th March 2014
  • Release of admission notice in October
  • Registration form to be downloaded from school website and the filled in form to be submitted to the respective branches where you wish to enroll your ward as per the schedule given in the circular.
  • Date of Interaction for the child along with Parents are intimated on the day of submission of registration form.
  • Click here to refer Admission Circular for LKG Admission Circular
  • List of selected students will be displayed after interaction and they are given dates to collect admission files.

Admission file duly filled in and supported by relevant documents* and fees must be submitted in the school office on the given date.

Mere registration / collecting an admission file from the school does not guarantee admission

  • Three passport size photographs of the student.
  • Photocopies of the passport of the student, father and mother with valid residence page
  • Copies of Civil-id of student, father and mother.
  • Copy of the Birth Certificate of the student(whether born in India or Kuwait).

The originals of the above documents also must be produced at the time of admission which will be returned after verification. .

Admission to classes Prep to IX

The age requirements for admission for the academic year 2017 - 2018 is as follows:

  • UKG(PREP) -Students born not later than – 15th March 2013
  • CLASS I -Students born not later than – 15th March 2012

Registration will commence from January 2nd.

Parents can register their wards names in the respective branches where they wish to enroll their ward..

They will be intimated about the admission test later, if vacancies available

Selected students will be intimated to collect admission file from the school office.

Admission file duly filled in and supported by relevant documents* and fees must be submitted in the school office on the given date.

Mere registration / collection of admission file from the school office does not guarantee admission .

The following documents also must be submitted at the time of admission:

  • Three passport size photographs of the student.
  • Photocopies of the passport of the student, father and mother with valid residence page
  • Copies of Civil-id of student, father and mother.
  • Copy of the Birth Certificate of the student Report card / mark sheet with copy of the Previous academic year.

The originals of the above documents also must be produced at the time of admission which will be returned after verification. .

The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education and is recognized by the Ministry of Education, State of Kuwait. The medium of instruction is English and the second language for all classes up to VIII is Hindi. Arabic is the third language up to class VIII. Students can opt for French or Hindi in class IX and X. In classes XI and XII three streams are offered - Commerce, Science and Humanities. The Syllabus for classes VI to XII is according to the guidelines laid down by the NCERT, with classes IX to XII following NCERT books. Physical Education, Art, Music and Work Experience are an essential part of the curriculum.

In junior school, the curriculum is based on the fundamentals - Mathematics, Science and Languages - the basics of all learning. Evaluations appropriate to the level of learner are held for LKG and PREP. However there is an assessment system based on weekly class assignments and projects.

We have adopted the new Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation programme of the CBSE. It has brought out a major and a welcome change in the assessment of classes VI to X. Rote learning and memorization has been replaced by emphasis on thinking skills and the continuous growth of students. CCE focuses on the holistic assessment of a learner which includes both scholastic and co-scholastic areas of learner growth with particular reference to attributes such as life skills, attitudes and values, sports and games as well as co-curricular activities. It means interactive teaching, regularity of assessment, frequency of unit testing, diagnosis of learning gaps, use of corrective measures, retesting and feedback of evidence to teachers and students for their self evaluation.

SCHEME OF STUDIES (KG-5)

KG/PREP STD I/STD II/STD III STD IV/ STD V
 English  English  English
 Hindi  Hindi  Hindi
 Mathematics  Mathematics  Mathematics
 EVS  EVS  EVS
   Arabic  Arabic
     KSS

SCHEME OF STUDIES (6-10)

STD VI/STD VII/STD VIII STD IX/ STD X
 English  English
 Hindi  Hindi/French
 Mathematics  Mathematics
 Science & Technology  Science & Technology
 Social Science  Social Science
 Art  Art
 Music  Music
 Computer Science/ WE  Computer Science/ WE
 Arabic  
 KSS  

Overall Streams

STREAM SUBJECT OPTIONS
1 2 3 4 5
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  Computer Science
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  Biology
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  Physical Education
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Biology  Informatics Practices
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Biology  Home Science
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Mathematics  Home Science
 Science  English  Physics  Chemistry  Informatics Practices  Physical Education
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Economics  Mathematics
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Economics  Informatics Practices
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Informatics Practices  Economics
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Informatics Practices  Physical Education
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Physical Education  Home Science
 Commerce  English  Accountancy  Business Studies  Informatics Practices  Home Science
 Humanities  English  History  Political Science  Economics  Informatics Practices
 Humanities  English  History  Political Science  Economics  Physical Education
 Humanities  English  History  Political Science  Home Science  Informatics Practices
 Humanities  English  History  Political Science  Home Science  Physical Education

Tuition fee structure for the academic year 2016 - 2017.

Stage Per Year 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment
 LKG-UKG  KD. 320.000  KD. 107.000  KD. 107.000  KD. 106.000
 I - V  KD. 356.000  KD. 119.000  KD. 119.000  KD. 118.000
 VI - IX  KD. 410.000  KD. 137.000  KD. 137.000  KD. 136.000
 X - XII  KD. 460.000  KD. 154.000  KD. 153.000  KD. 153.000

i) Admission Fee : K.D. 20.000
ii) Caution Deposit : K.D. 20.000
 (Refundable when taking T. C. from the school on producing the   original Adm. Fee  receipt.)
iii) School Diary : K.D. 1.000
iv) Student ID-Card : New admission K.D. 5.000 & regular students KD. 1.000
  (Amount for School Diary and Student ID-Card should be paid along   with the first   term fees)

Afternoon batches for class XI students are functional at ICSK(Senior) with various options to suit the career aptitudes of students, and of classes VI, VII, VII & IX afternoon batches are functional at ICSK(Amman)

1st

Installment

10.04.2016

2nd

Installment

15.09.2016

3rd

Installment

08.01.2017

Additional tuition fee - Second Term Onwards.

In case of students seeking admission from September 2016 onwards, one month additional fee will be charged as follows:.
Stage Additional Tuition Fee
KG / UKG KD. 36.000
I - V KD. 40.000
VI - IX KD. 46.000
X - XII KD. 51.000

SCHOOL TRANSPORT DETAILS

Transport Fee (Salmiya)
Route Fees Per Annum 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment
 Salmiya Inner Circle (Block 10 & 12)  KD. 120.000  KD. 36.000  KD. 48.000  KD. 36.000
 
 Maidan Hawally  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 59.000
 Hawally  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 59.000
 Jabriya  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 59.000
 Salwa  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 59.000
 Ras Salmiya  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 59.000
 
 Kuwait City  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Sharq  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Riggae  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Farwaniya  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Khaitan  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 
 Mangaf / Abu Halifa / Fahaheel  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Ahmadi  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Jleeb Shuwaikh  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000

Transport Fee (Khaitan Route)
Zone Annual Trans. Fee 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment
 Khaitan Inner Circle  KD. 120.000  KD. 36.000  KD. 48.000  KD. 36.000
 
 Khaitan Omariya  KD. 130.000  KD. 39.000  KD. 52.000  KD. 39.000
 
 Salmiya  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Farwaniya  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Riggae  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 Jleeb Shuwaikh  KD. 170.000  KD. 51.000  KD. 68.000  KD. 51.000
 
 Kuwait City  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Sharq  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Hawally / Shaab  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Mangaf / Abu Halifa / Fahaheel  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
 Ahmadi  KD. 200.000  KD. 60.000  KD. 80.000  KD. 60.000
ONE WAY TRANSPORT - INNER CIRCLE
Zone Annual Trans. Fee 1st Installment 2nd Installment 3rd Installment
 
 Salmiya (Block 10 & 12)  KD. 70.000  KD. 21.000  KD. 28.000  KD. 21.000
 Khaitan  KD. 70.000  KD. 21.000  KD. 28.000  KD. 21.000

*"TRANSPORT & SCHOOL TUITION FEES SUBJECT TO CHANGE AT ANY GIVEN TIME."

LKG To CLASS - X CLASS XI & XII
1. Off White Shirt - Full/Half sleeve with School Logo 1. Full/Half Sleeved White Shirt with Blue Stripes
2. Beige coloured Trousers for Boys & Beige coloured Pinafore for Girls 2. Navy Blue Trousers
3. School Belt, Beige colour socks with Maroon tipping and Maroon Tie with School Logo 3. School Belt, Navy Blue coloured socks with White tipping and Navy Blue Tie with School Logo
4. Maroon Pull Over (for winter) with School Logo 4. Navy Blue Blazer with School Logo
5. Black Shoes 5. Black Shoes