The Guidance and Counseling department offers confidential advice to students and their families across the school from reception to sixth form. The Department gives career guidance and assists with applications to universities and colleges both internationally and nationally.

Guidance and counselling are important for children, and our school has a huge role in bringing out the best in our  children. Good conduct is coveted, but sometimes young minds need guidance to polish their personality. Through counselling, children are given advice on how to manage and deal with emotional conflict and personal problems.

• Principal’s Offices

• Office of Admissions

• Security Safety and Assurance

• Finance

• IT Systems

Currently the library has over 18,000 resources which is integrated into our school management system. The collection is made up of fiction, non-fiction, reference books, magazines, scholarly journals, resourceful websites and videos which support the curriculum.

We continue to provide our students with resources to develop their knowledge and understanding of the world in which we live.

The library occupies a very important place in school. With its books suited to the interests and aptitude of students of different age group, with its magazines, periodicals, news papers and with its calm and tranquil atmosphere it has a special call to the students who go there and quench their thirst for reading the material which cannot be provided to them in the class room. Here they find an environment which is conductive to the building up of habit of self learning. The library is the center of the intellectual and social activities of school. The library has got very wholesome effect over the work of school.

Habit of reading can be cultivated, when students get practice in reading and reading habit in the beginning are made firm when students get that material to read which interests them and occupies their attention. In the class room the books that are prescribed may not serve the purpose, some students may not be in a position to purchase all books that they want to read, while others may not find books that are of interest to them.

Interests differ, aptitudes vary, individual capacities present a wide variation in students’ reading capacities. In the library each has what he wants, each goes at the speed to which his capabilities allow him to go. The library is thus, a common platform upon which all students meet on a common level with equal opportunities. It is the nucleus of the school environment, the center of the intellectual activities of the school.