Parents are always keen to know what their kids do at the school, how they interact with others, how the learning takes place and what activities they are involved in. At The Palace School, we have always made an effort to ensure that the parents remain involved with, and informed about, the growth of their children at the school. Parent-teacher’s meetings (PTM) are a great way to share information about your kids with you, but we find that parents often want to know more …to be there and witness the growth of their child and the school first-hand.
Keeping this in mind, we have decided to start a new blog for our school. A ‘blog’ is a website that ‘logs’ the activity of a person or an institute. It is like an elaborate online diary that records not just the events but everything in between too. We at the Palace School are now going to make an effort to post information about the ongoing activities at the school, important messages and notices for parents, school policies and special events at our new blog. We will also share with you images and videos from our special events and annual functions. These videos and images would not just provide you the details of the final events, but would also provide you with a glimpse into the time when we prepare the kids for these events. You might get to see your kid playing a prank with his friends, lost in her own world…or dozing right on stage! We will capture all these joys of the childhood and present them to you through this blog.
You would also be able to post your comments on this blog for specific posts, pictures and videos.
We have also integrated our blog with Twitter. You can now follow our tweets and all the important announcements would get delivered to your phone, if you have integrated your twitter account with your mobile phone.
Technology has made it possible to keep the education of your kids more transparent and share with you lots of details about the school policies, development and events. We hope you would enjoy this new channel of information and sharing. Do send us your feedback about this new initiative.