The Indian School Bahrain (ISB) has announced that steps are being taken to distribute the textbooks of the new academic year to all students at home in the wake of the coronavirus threat in the Kingdom. The school is in the process of implementing online classes for the academic year 2020-21.
The Indian School has already offered fee concessions to around 1000 students facing financial difficulties. The school governing body has also decided not to charge transport fees from April until the school reopens. For those who have already paid the transport fee in April, it will be adjusted against the monthly school fees.
Classes for the new academic year is beginning on April 12. The school is now moving forward strictly following the guidelines of the Ministry of Education.
The parents would be informed of the details of starting online classes for the new academic year in due course, said Principal VR Palaniswamy and Riffa Campus Principal Pamela Xavier