Lotus Learning Systems Society (LLSS) entered into the field of ‘affordable quality education’ in the year 2004-2005.
It runs a chain of six schools in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana under the brand name Lotus National School.
Our institution is governed in a sustainable, responsible and transparent manner addressing the needs and interests of all stakeholders – Students, Teachers, Parents and Local Community.
There is no Admission test, only interview.
Interaction with the child and parents for an overall assessment of the child’s readiness for n Class I.
Classes II – IX
Students should demonstrate the minimum competency required for functioning effectively in relevant educational setting.
Apart from the above procedure, admission will be considered only if the Transfer Certificate (T.C.) is from a CBSE affiliated school. For a candidate from a non-CBSE school, a class specific test in English, Math, Science and Social studies is conducted.
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- 100% pass in CBSE (X) – majority with 8 – 10 grade points
- Efficient oral and written communication skills
- Strong analytical and thinking skills with Project Learning me
- LNS students are confident and self reliant learners
- LNS students can learn and work in groups
- Special Education Innovative Programmes to support learning
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- A National Board
- International Quality Education at Less Cost
- Good English standard with communicative approach
- CBSE curricula is test base for 25 + different professional entrance tests in our country
- 20% weightage to Higher Order Thinking Skills
- After CBSE reforms, its curriculum is similar to international boards with Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation (CCE)
Quality Assurance Model
LNS VOLUNTARY STANDARDS
The thinking towards higher quality in LNS began in 2007 through Action Research to understand the need for improving the quality of Student Learning Outcomes (SLO). LNS has voluntary opted for increasing minimum education standards from 35% to 50%.
It took 4 years to reach the goal of 50% minimum education standard through a gradual and calibrated approach.
- The first phase of increase from 35% – 40% began in 2012-13
- The second phase of increase of standards from 40% – 45% took place in 2014-15
- The third phase of increase from 45% to 50% was in 2016-17, which was the first year of reaching the
voluntary standards goal
The Academic Year 2017-18 will be the second successful year of implementing the initiative.
ASSESSMENT CONSOLIDATION STAGES
LNS has adopted five Assessment Consolidation Stages at Class III, V, VIII, IX and X, respectively, for consolidation of learning. This is to ensure that students are equipped with the necessary knowledge & skills and are better prepared and confident to take on the challenges of higher classes. The Academic Year 2017-18 will be the second cycle of Assessment Consolidation Stages at LNS.
READING COMPREHENSION ASSESSMENT (RCA)
Reading is a vital skill that is necessary for understanding and comprehension of academic content. Keeping this in mind, LNS has introduced RCA at classes III, V, VIII, IX and X. At class III, students are assessed against reading of unseen text. From class V onwards, students are assessed on reading skills and comprehension of unseen text. The complexity, depth, dimension of the text. Rubrics and evaluation parameters are gradually increased across higher classes. Third Party Evaluation is done for RCAs at classes IX-X.
The initiative was introduced in the Academic Year 2015-16; the third cycle of RCA will be implemented in the Academic Year 2017-18.
LNS has received appreciation and complete support from all concerned stakeholders – students, parents, teachers, principals and the Correspondent in leading these path breaking and progressive initiative.
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