Who We Are

Nurturing Minds Since 1982

Why Us

Anchored to our vision

Ansar English School, founded in 1982 is the prime project of the Ansari Charitable Trust. The Trust is managing a number of educational institutions and charitable services. Affiliated to the CBSE, New Delhi, the school is a full-fledged senior secondary school with a population over 4600 students.

The School promotes moral and academic excellence in a caring and lively environment, providing opportunities for realization of the potential of children to the full. The school offers CBSE curriculum while maintaining a strong ethos that integrates value education.

The learning experiences provided by the school are carried out in an atmosphere of love and respect for everyone. It also fosters a learning environment which reinforces the concepts of self-discipline, human values and the acceptance of personal responsibility. In its convivial atmosphere, important life-long attitudes towards learning and life are established.

A wide range of co-scholastic activities aimed at the all-round development of each child takes place in the school. They include elocution, recitation, coloring, painting, drawing, quiz, dramatics, debating, athletics, picnics and exhibitions.

These activities foster the spirit of participation, leadership and healthy competition which contributes towards the development of sterling character. Every effort is made to promote reading habits among the students. The school maintains a well-stocked library with over 34,000 books. The library subscribes to 45 periodicals and multiple copies of 20 newspapers. The library also provides facility for net browsing.

Ansari Charitable Trust

39 Years of Excellence

The Ansari Charitable Trust was formed in 1979 to provide compassionate and dedicated service to society in the areas of education, healthcare and social welfare, paying special attention to orphans, destitute and women.

Our Vision

Nurture the students to thrive as creative and value driven citizens in a diverse and rapidly changing world.


Our Mission

Conduct educational programs that will shape students as contributors in the establishment of a just and equitable society.

Design and implement various activities that will empower the students with 21st century skills.

Provide quality education to the students belonging to deprived sections to enable them to acquire upward social mobility.

Sustain an ecosystem that will inculcate good character, self-esteem ans awareness of societal responsibilities among the stakeholders.


         QUALITY OBJECTIVES 2023-24

  • To enable the students to acquire 80% class average and 100% pass percentage in all scholastic assessments.
  • To ensure 20% of the students of classes X & XII score 90% above in the CBSE Board examinations.
  • To ensure attainment of basic language and numerical skills among 95% of the students of all classes.
  • To conduct community outreach programs quarterly in the academic year to instill values of compassion, tolerance and integrity among the students.
  • To provide a curriculum that equips 60% of the learners with proficiency in digital skills.
  • To ensure participation of 10% of the students in state and national level, art, literary,  and sports competitions (Secondary and Senior Secondary).
  • To strengthen weekly talent days to ensure participation of 30% of the students in interschool competitions.

  SOP-Student's Activities


SOP-Health and Safety


SOP-Complaint Handling

SOP-Performance Review

SOP-Assessment and Evaluation

SOP- Self Assessment 

SOP- Teaching learning process

SOP- Admission

SOP- Control of Records and documents

SOP- HR Recruitment


Durable moral qualities such as integrity, courage, fortitude, honesty, loyalty and trustworthiness which reflect in one’s personality, behavior and actions.


Profound learning, observing, discovering and applying knowledge to enable one to exercise the responsibility as a voice of reason and conscience in society.


The power to choose the right direction towards fulfilment in life, to lead the self and to powerfully influence, inspire and lead the rest.


To be considerate of others and to contribute positively for the well -being of the society –locally, nationally and globally.

Our Workforce

We maintain a cadre of experts for the smooth and precise working of our institution. They are the backbone of Ansar. They are given adequate opportunities for professional development to foster positive and trusting relationships with students and improve the school climate.

our work force

School Rules


Uniform should be considered a simple, moderate and patterned dress for wearing in the school on all occasions. The uniform should be of the prescribed colour, texture and pattern. No other dress will be allowed inside the campus during working hours and on special occasions.

The school uniform encourages discipline and promotes a sense of identification with the school community.

KG Section

Girls: Maroon skirt, half sleeve shirt with maroon stripes on white cloth, school belt, logo and black shoes with white socks.

Boys: Maroon shorts, half sleeve shirt with maroon stripes on white cloth, school belt, logo and black shoes with white socks.

Special uniform: Bright red and white banyan/shorts and skirts.

Classes I-II

Boys: Navy blue shorts, half sleeve shirt with white pin stripes on sky blue cloth, school belt, logo and black shoes with navy blue socks.

Girls: Navy blue pinafore, half sleeve shirt with white pin­stripes on sky blue cloth, school belt, logo, black shoes with navy blue socks and black bun

Classes III-X

Boys: Navy blue pants, half sleeve shirt with white pinstripes on sky blue cloth, school belt, logo (to be stitched on the shirt pocket) and black shoes with navy blue socks. The shirttail has to be tucked in always. Tight and wide bottom pants, long pants the bottom of which sweeps the ground, tight and short shirt and shirt with button-down collar are not permitted.

Girls: Navy blue salwar, full sleeve qamees (top) of white pinstripes on sky blue cloth, black headscarf with school logo, black shoes with navy blue socks and black bun.

Classes XI-XII

For students of class XI and XII, the cloths are navy blue pants and sky blue pinstripe shirts for boys and navy blue bottom and sky blue pin stripe upper (qamees) for girls. Other details are the same as given for classes III - X.

The uniform materials are sold in the school store.

ID Cards

ID-cards are an integral part of school uniform and it is compulsory for all students. All students should wear the ID Card in a visible manner. Exchange of ID card will be viewed seriously.

School Rules


School Discipline

  1. School hours are from 8.55 am to 4.00 pm on ordinary working days. Every student is expected to reach the classroom before 8.55 am.
  2. During Ramadan, the timing will differ slightly. Changes will be intimated to parents.
  3. Latecomers will require a permission of the Junior Principal concerned to enter the class.
  4. Day scholars need to obtain a written permission from the Principal / Vice Principal / Junior Principal concerned in case they need to stay back after the school hours.
  5. The day scholars should either bring packed lunch or use the school mess facility.
  6. No student will leave the campus during working hours without the permission of the Junior Principal/ Vice Principal / Principal.


  1. Leave of absence may be intimated by the parent or guardian through diary. A medical certificate/ fitness certificate is required for leave on prolonged illness.

  2. Prolonged absence without genuine reason will invite removal from the rolls. Re-admission can be taken on candid reasons with a fee of Rs.500/-.

Uniform and Cleanliness

  1. The school uniform must be worn on all school days and at all school functions including Open Days.
  2. Personal cleanliness and hygiene are expected from all students. Students should be in neat uniform and proper haircut.
  3. Use dustbins kept in classrooms. Dispose trash at fixed places.
  4. Never scribble on the wall or dirty the class rooms or damage any material. Damages must be made good.

Code of behavior

  1. Bring diary to the school daily and make all entries up to date.
  2. The students shall report the loss of diary immediately to the class teacher. A new diary can be had from school office for Rs.150/- with the consent of the Junior Principal / Vice Principal.
  3. Use only English for communication inside the school premises.
  4. Be polite and respect every one.
  5. Never loiter around during the class hours. Keep the campus always calm and quite.
  6. Never miss the morning assemblies.
  7. Be responsible for your personal belongings, viz books, writing materials, tiffin-carriers etc.
  8. Avoid Irregular attendance, habitual negligence of work, disobedience and disrespect to authority and any kind of cheating or other reprehensible behaviour.
  9. Avoid exchanging of the valuables, transaction of money and running errands for others.
  10. Keep silence in the class and never go out of the class without consent from the teacher.
  11. The following articles are strictly not allowed in the school.
    1. Any undesirable printed material.
    2. Money or valuable articles, gold/ precious ornaments etc.
    3. Mobile phones, laptops, video/ audio cassettes, cameras, CD, DVD, flash cards, USB/ flash memory devices & other electronic gadgets.
    4. Chewing gum, tobacco products or other harmful products such as weapons, razor, knife etc.
    5. Motorbikes/ vehicles into campus, even on holidays.
  12. Avoid exploding crackers or splashing colours in the school premises.
  13. Avoid distributing sweets or chocolates on Birthdays or any other occasions.
  14. Be environment friendly in all your actions. Avoid poly bags (plastic bags).
  15. Endeavour to attain academic excellence, to imbibe moral values and to uphold the reputation of the school.

Guidelines to parents

  1. Parents shall make it convenient to attend Open Days and Parent-Teacher meetings/ PTC.
  2. Parents / guardians can discuss with the Principal, matters related to the academic progress of their wards with prior appointment.
  3. Parents/ guardians shall ensure at their wards respect the rules and regulations of the school.
  4. Parents/ guardians shall monitor the study habits, execution of home assignments etc. of their wards.
  5. Parents shall avoid family outings, tours, visits to relatives etc. on working days.
  6. Parents/ guardians shall ensure that their wards do not absent themselves from any test/ exam and that they are present on the reopening and closing days of the school.
  7. Parents/ guardians shall ensure that leave notes are mentioned in their diary and sent to the class teacher on time. Request for early leaving shall be signed by the parent or guardian in the concerned page.
  8. Parents/ guardians shall respond to any message/ request communicated by the teachers/ Junior Principal/ Vice Principal/ Principal.
  9. Communication regarding their wards shall be written in the school diary. The wards are to be instructed to handover the message to the teacher concerned and get his / her signature.
  10. Change of address/mobile numbers if any shall be intimated to the school office.
  11. Parents of hostel wards shall desist from taking children home on days other than hostel holidays.
  12. Parents / guardians shall not approach teachers/ students directly or otherwise disturb the class during the study time. Permission from the Principal/Junior Principal is needed before meeting the child or any teacher.
  13. Parents shall try if at all possible, to keep all medical or dental appointments for their children on school holidays.
  14. Administrative decisions such as class allocation, setting of timings, holidays, preparing of annual plan, and setting the syllabus, etc. shall be made at the sole discretion of the Principal.
  15. Parents are requested to co-operate with the school authorities for the overall improvement of their children enforcing regularity, punctuality and discipline. Suggestions for betterment are always welcome.
  16. Any violation of rules and regulations of the school will invite stringent action including expulsion.


Bus transport is provided by the school, in predetermined routes only, for boys from KG to VIII and for girls from KG to XII. Other students have to make their own arrangements for transportation. Bus routes are drawn up based on the availability of buses, convenience of routes and demand. Parents can consult the school transport in-charge for necessary details.

Transport / bus code

  • A student using the school bus is expected to be at the designated bus stop at least five minutes before the scheduled arrival of the bus. The student has to be on the correct side of the arriving bus.
  • A student is allowed to travel only in the bus allotted for him/her and from the prescribed bus stop. There is no provision for temporary change in buses or bus stops.
  • A student, who misses the allotted bus, should not try to board any other bus. In the event of a student missing the allotted bus, it is the responsibility of the parent to drop his ward in the school. Such students may, however, return home by their allotted bus.
  • A student, while on board the bus, must keep all parts of his/her body inside the bus at all times and never try to stretch out his/ her hands and head for any reason.
  • The bus should be kept clean. No object should be thrown inside or outside the bus. Eating and drinking inside the bus is not permitted.
  • Unruly behaviour like walking in the moving bus, shrieking and shouting are strictly prohibited. The driver’s attention must not be distracted for any reason. The driver is authorized to stop buses at designated pick -up- drop stops only.
  • In case there is a permanent change in stop and/or bus, permission for the same has to be sought through an application on the prescribed form available at the school office.
  • The change shall become effective only after the school grants the written permission
  • Request for temporary change in bus or bus stops will not be entertained.
  • In case a student does not wish to travel home in school bus and leaves the campus with the parent’s escort, a permission slip (Exit slip) must be obtained and surrendered at the school gate before leaving the campus.
  • In an emergency situation, changing a bus will be allowed by the Junior Principal concerned on a written request. Any exception to these rules will be subject to the discretion of the Principal.
  • Parents are not allowed to enter the bus under any circumstances. In the event of a parent forcefully enter the bus; his ward will be suspended from the bus without notice.

Mess Facility

Day students can avail the mess facility for lunch on a monthly basis. The payment has to be made in advance. Proportionate deduction in mess fee will be admissible in case the school holidays or the student’s absence exceed 10 days.



The Kindergarten

The KG has two levels, the LKG and the UKG. Children are usually admitted in the LKG. But in certain cases direct admission to the UKG is made, provided at the student has the skills and the age equal to that of the students of UKG. The Kindergarten provides activities that allow each child grow developmentally, socially, physically and emotionally through ‘active learning’.

The Primary Section

In the Primary Section (Class I - IV) the subjects offered are:
English, Arabic, Hindi, Malayalam, Mathematics, Environmental Studies, Computer Science/ Work Education, General Knowledge, Physical Education, Music and Art Education.

The Middle Section

In the Middle section (Class V - VII) the subjects offered are: 
English, Arabic, Hindi, Malayalam, Mathematics, General Science, Social Studies, Computer Science / Work Education, General Knowledge, Physical Education and Art Education.

The Secondary Section

The subjects offered for Secondary (Class VIII) students include:
English, Arabic / Malayalam, Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social Science, Computer Science/ Work Education, Physical and Health Education, and Art Education.

The subjects offered for Secondary (Class IX & X) students include:
English, Arabic / Malayalam /Hindi, Mathematics, General Science, Social Science, Computer Science/ Work Education, Physical and Health Education and Art Education.

The Senior Secondary

For the Senior Secondary, there are 2 streams:

  • Science / Mathematics Stream:
    Group A: English, Arabic / Computer Science / Home Science (Girls), Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry.

    Group B:  English, Arabic / Computer Science / Home Science (Girls), Biology, Physics and Chemistry.
  • Commerce Stream:
    English, Arabic / Home Science (Girls) /Economics, Business Studies, Accountancy and Computer Science.


Physical and Health Education, Art Education and General Studies are offered as subjects of internal assessment for both the streams.

In addition to school subjects, Muslim students are offered Islamic Education in all classes.


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