If a child needs academic support beyond the regular hours, then the principal, teacher, and parents can jointly determine strategies for providing support to such a child. Extra inputs at school and home can help some children who are unable to cope up in regular classes. But it is important that such inputs are given in a right manner and are collaboratively planned between the school and the home. External academic tuitions put undue pressure on children and focus on rote-memorization rather than true learning. It robs the children of the enthusiasm for learning, and we expect that children from the school will not attend such academic tuitions.
The school will also have a dedicated counselor with psychology background in order to counsel and guide students having any personal or academic concerns