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Address : Bagdogra, West Bengal, India
Phone : 7407482320
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To Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations

Type Co-educational

Day school

Medium English

Online Admission form for the Academic Year 2022-23 for Pre - Nursery will be available from 25 September 2021 to 15 October 2021. For more details about the admission kindly visit the school
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Eligibility criteria
Children born between 01.04.2018 and 31.03.2019 are only eligible for admission to pre - nursery.
(Registration of Birth Certificate within a month after the birth is valid).

List of documents to be kept ready before filling the application form
Birth Certificate of the Child
Aadhaar card of the child
Residential Address proof (Electricity Bill / Ration Card).
Passport Size photograph of Child
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Committed to education
St Francis Nursery School, Bagdogra is a Christian Minority School established in 1970 by Rev Fr Koduppana of Good Shepherd Catholic Church of Bagdogra. St Francis is a Co-educational day school owned by the catholic diocese of Bagdogra. It is affiliated to the Council for The Indian School Certificate Examination (CISCE) New Delhi. The medium of Instruction is English. Hindi or Bengali is taught from Class 1 onward. The school is open to all irrespective of caste, creed, economic status or place of origin, who the school judge, will share the value it stands for.
At St Francis Nursery School, Bagdogra, students receive so much more than an ordinary education. We pride ourselves on creating a unique, exciting environment that embraces all types of learners and promotes growth both academically and personally. Students and families are also welcomed into a dynamic and supportive community.

Our academics
We believe that an effective education doesn’t just come from memorizing or lecturing. Active participation in the learning process entails analyzing, discussing and collaborating in order to comprehend and retain. All of our courses are designed to encourage deep mental processing and student engagement with the class material.

Freedom and autonomy are the basis of discipline. We expect the students to accept the atmosphere of the school and learn in a free and responsible manner. Freedom and responsibility have to be learnt slowly and fully accepted in an atmosphere in which students exercise judgment and make free choices about matters appropriate to their age and level of understanding. Student's mistakes are tolerated as part of the process of learning but repeated misbehavior against the spirit of the school hindering other students from peacefully learning is not tolerated even if this causes pain to the parents of the stubbornly non-cooperative students.

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