The nursery programs for children, aged 3 to 5 is child-oriented towards practical applications, social development and acquiring the skills, knowledge and understanding required to interact in a changing world. Encouragement and support are provided for children to achieve their full potential in caring stimulating learning environment.
We pronounce to provide quality education with high expectation and committed to delivering education. We strive to provide safety, happy, nurturing and learning environment.
The curriculum is designed to ensure the all-round development of each student. The curriculum is comprehensive, practical and stresses the importance of experimentation in learning. Students are encouraged to develop a well round personality and not just to excel in academics. While the program in nursery is structured, it is also sufficiently flexible to meet the varying needs of individual students.
We commit to develop moral and cultural values, skills, ethics, and confidence need to grow into exceptional adults. Social Day Boarding School, Jalandhar has a learning education and committed to play the pathfinder’s role.



Primary Section (I-V)

Foundation in reading, creative writing, communication, science and mathematics are established and strengthened in a caring and stimulating environment, where in the learning process is made positive and meaning full. In addition to individual study, students also participate in group-work at this stage, which encourages the development of cooperative and team working skills.
It is here that we step in to facilitate and ensure that the child misses out on none of the above. To see that his/her class-work and an enquiring bent of mind go hand-in-hand we endeavor to foster appropriate skills and abilities to enable the optimum development of the child, according to their age, ability and aptitude, right from their primary years.


Objectives of the Middle Year Faculty:

  • To help the child develop a happy and positive learning

  • To foster an attitude of adjustment to the learning environment

  • To make the student a confident and an independent learner

  • To help the student develop and maintain intrinsic motivation-resulting in self-initiated, self directed activity

  • To teach the students tolerance and show respect for others

  • To teach them ethics, politeness and etiquettes

  • To help them learn to imbibe independent learning and assimilate positive habits


Middle Section

The Middle years are Grades VI-VIII. The transition phase is the phase when a student passes through a Critical period of Physical, Mental and Emotional Change; from Childhood to Adolescence. At Social Model Senior Secondary School, we understand this balance and realize the need to stay alert focused to make it a learning phase especially for the emotional equilibrium which will sustain them for life.
We design classroom presentations to meet the students’ needs and abilities. The Middle Years faculty works with students individually. Teachers plan, evaluate and assign lessons; prepare, administer, and grade tests.

Objectives of the Middle Year Faculty:

  • To offer a solid base in the academic areas to cater to the varying needs of students and prepare them for high school

  • To offer students the opportunity to explore a wide range of different disciplines

  • To provide a platform to the students to develop their leadership traits, sense of responsibility and decision -making ability

  • To provide opportunities for students to participate in extra-curricular activities such as drama, debate, athletics with emphasis on participation rather than competition

  • To enable students to learn and integrate technology and its application with other subjects

High School


The High School Proposes to provide pupils with the very best of globally accepted education for Grades IX-X. During these years, students prepare themselves for their entrance into the world of senior higher education in accordance with their Academic Inclination and caliber.


Objectives at the final stage (where they have to leave the portals) of the school are designed to:

  • Counsel and prepare the students for higher education

  • Help them enter the university of their choice by providing them with the sound academic and organizational skills

  • Further improvise and improve the hands on application based learning skills for tackling real life situations

  • Foster the spirit of inter-community harmony – live and let live policy

We, therefore strive to provide education that will enable the students to optimize their physical and mental development and ensure a healthy and vigorous life full of zeal and enthusiasm.




The world speaks to me in colors, my soul answers in music.

Rabindranath Tagore


Today the Art Section is home to around 1,500 students from all corners of the state who study a range of alternative courses in a creative, community environment, taking inspiration from specialist staff and each other.
We place importance on experiment and generating creative surprise. We have a playful yet serious approach to media, materials and processes. We are intellectually and academically challenging. We have mutual respect for each other’s disciplines and foster an art and design community within the school and the city. We are creative, unconventional and professional.
Our close link with the city, its creative communities and cultural institutions is a vital element of our School. The scope of activities within the School connects us with an unusually wide range of external organizations, including industrial, commercial and professional bodies, arts associations and galleries. And our advisory board, consisting of talented individuals and artists from a range of areas, ensures our future plans are informed by the needs of cultural organizations and creative industries.


Art School – Future

Recognizing how important it is to move with the times and provide an environment that is in touch with the real world, This cutting edge facilities will not only provide our students with state of the art resources but drive forward the City's 'Cultural Ambition' strategy for social and economic growth.
Our teaching staff are acknowledged artists, lecturers and industry professionals and programs offered are full-time fully accredited diplomas through to short introductory courses.


House system


The school has a flourishing House system with each House participating in over 60 different activities throughout the year. These wide ranging activities enable all students to find a way to support their Houses. Activities include a variety of sports, maths challenges, cooking, graphic design, literature, quizzes and many more.
The House system at Social Convent School has 3 principal aims:

  • Vertical grouping of children, giving them a chance to make friends and have contact with other children who are up to six or seven years their elder or junior.

  • Involving as many children as possible in worthwhile activities beyond the classroom.

  • Providing opportunities for pupils to accept responsibility for organizing teams, events and assemblies. House captains are chosen from each of the year groups to take a particular lead in this area.

Students that make outstanding contributions to their Houses are rewarded through the awarding of House certificates and House Colors in the House assemblies that take place every term. Every event earns House Points which are collected over the year and regularly updated on the House notice boards.

The House with the most points at the end of year is presented with the House Trophy at Sports Day, which is always the highlight of the House calendar. On this day, students are encouraged to come to school in their House Colors. Any money raised from events such as this is donated to charities which are nominated by the House Colors.

The House system is an important part of life at The Social Convent School and students that take part enjoy a richer variety of school experiences.

School has 4 houses, clubs consisting of students as collective members to maintain the discipline of school name Cambridge Pioneer for girls. Duties of Oxford & Cerritos for boys include take care of school environment, plantation of trees & for many other activities.




There is a rich and rewarding (and really exciting) life outside the classroom at Social Day Boarding’s. Clubs and societies that meet at lunchtime include Computing, Chess, Debating, Art, Science, in addition to the music and sports activities. These all add to the student experience at our school. If we do not offer something that students would like, then we encourage them to start up a club themselves.
Drama at school is exceptional with three productions per year including a full musical production. Beyond the school boundaries there are numerous opportunities including language exchanges and visits to our partner school in India.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Award scheme. Life as a student at Social Convent’s is varied, stimulating and utterly unforgettable



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