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Counselling Cell
  Ms. Mahuya Ghosh and Ms Imon Neogi are the Student Counsellors for South Point School. Ms Ghosh is available on Wednesdays and Fridays between 10.30 a.m. and 1 p.m, while Ms Neogi is available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays between 10.00 a.m to 2.30 p.m.  Class Teachers refer children with specific concerns to either of them through the Superintending Teacher. They counsel the children after necessary consultation with teachers. Parents are also called, if required.
  South Point High School has a Counselling Cell, comprising Smt. Sraboni Chowdhury and Smt. Mohormala Chatterjee, which functions throughout the week. Class Teachers refer pupils with specific concerns to either of them, while keeping Superintending Teachers informed. Parents can meet Counsellors as can students before classes begin.
  SPS Interactive Sessions & Parent-Teacher Meetings
  South Point School hosts several interactive and parent-teacher sessions in July-August for students of Transition, Classes I, II, III and IV. Attended by the Principal, the Vice-Principal, Additional Vice-Principal, the Coordinator, the Assistant to the Principal and Superintending Teachers as well as the Administrative Officer, these sessions provide a platform to bring up and sort out issues concerning parents and teachers.

The aim is to clarify the basic functions of School, the worksheet, assessment and evaluation patterns, the marking and promotion criteria so that ailing children are not sent to School for class work. Issues raised by parents find immediate redressal. The authorities also provide valuable suggestions on good and sensitive parenting.

Formal parent-teacher meetings happen periodically at both junior and High Schools besides regular communication over students’ progress.
 
South Point School Counselling Cell