The School believes that proper communication with parents is an important step towards ensuring proper safety and security of our kids. We have send circulars to all parents regarding measures adopted by the school as well as measures expected from their end. This document is one such reassurance on defining the procedures adopted for the safety of our children.
Students’ grievances may be referred to this committee comprising of representatives of the Management Committee, Parent Community and School Staff.
The school has issued an ID card to all parents with photo of the student (child) and both the parents. The school advises all parents to bring these ID card(s) to collect their children from school. As a policy, the school ensures that all children up to standard III are handed over to parents at the end of the day by their class teachers.
In case, the parents are unable to come to collect their child and have assigned this task to one of their family members or a representative, the ID card should compulsorily be brought to school by them. The school also advises parents to inform the school office (over phone) about their absence and the subsequent arrangement being made.
All teachers and non-teaching at St. Patrick’s Academy are provided with ID cards. The drivers of the school bus are also provided with uniform and ID cards. The conductors of the school bus are all women staff and they are also provided with ID cards.
The school has verified the background of all bus drivers and conductors. Staff verification for all non teaching staff is performed with the help of Police. The school also maintains a record of these verification records for its internal verification.
We have implemented GPRS technology in all school buses. The parents are sent SMS-s on the location of the bus, both, for safety and informative purpose. Parents are requested to bring the Parent ID card while collecting their children at the pickup points. This is especially compulsory when they send representatives for pick-up. Also request parents to inform the conductor well in advance about their decision to send a representative to collect the child.
In a burst of colours and community spirit, St. Patrick's Academy Bengaluru recently hosted its annual carnival, EUPHORIA. This year's carnival transported the attendees into a world of whimsy and enchantment by presenting a magic show and musical delights. The school grounds transformed into a kaleidoscope of vibrant offerings, with each corner displaying a new adventure. We experienced that the air was filled with the irresistible aroma of cotton candy, popcorn, dosa, and sizzling hot Biriyani. We couldn't stop appreciating the active participation of the students for showcasing their performances. The success of the event was not just in the numbers but in the smiles, laughter, and memories created.
30th October, 2023 was a momentous occasion that marked a significant milestone in the history of our cherished institution. The foundation stone for St.Patrick's Academy's remarkable new multipurpose building and auditorium was laid.
Br.Jerome Ellens, the Province Leader of the Patrician Brothers, India and Ghana Provinces and Fr.Tegi, Director of Snehadan Hospital and vice-provinicial of St.Camillians Fathers were the guests of honour.
This grand endeavour symbolized the unwavering commitment of St.Patrick's Academy to the pursuit of excellence in education, the nurturing of young minds, and the enrichment of our cultural and artistic heritage. It represents a new chapter in our ongoing journey of providing exceptional educational experiences for our students.
Congratulations to our 7th batch of ICSE Science Patricians for scoring 100% results consecutively and making us proud.1st Place:
Catherine Rose Ranjith (98.2%)
Anton Binoj (97.8%)
Ryan Alfaeus (97.8%)
90 – 100%: 59 students
80 – 90%: 28 students
70 – 80%: 04 students