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AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD


AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

 AP Primary Schools TIME TABLE 2023-24

School Timings Period Timing Alloted Time
First Bell 9-00
Second Bell 9-05
School Assembly 9-05 to 9-15 10 Min
First Period 9-15 to 9-55 40 Min
Second Period 9-55 to 10-30 35 Min
Short Break 10-30 to 10-45 15Min
Third Period 10-45 to 11-20 35 Min
Fourth Period 11-20 to 11-55 35 Min
Lunch Break 11-55 to 12-55 60 Min
Fifth Period 12-55 to 1-30 35 Min
Water Bell 1-30 to 1-35 5 min
Sixth Period 1-35 to 2-10 35 Min
Short Break 2-10 to 2-20 10 Min
Seventh Period 2-20 to 2-55 35 Min'
Eight Period 2-55 to 3-30 35 Min
Optional 3-30 to 4-30 60 Min

School Readiness - Class Readiness
School/class Readiness programme for this academic year can be conducted for 6 weeks for 1 & 2 Classes from the date of reopening. For classes 3to5 Readiness activities will be conducted upto 30th June. School readiness can be conducted in order to make the children adopt to school environment. The teacher has to plan appropriate activities to achieve the minimum levels of learning in their previous class.
In order make the child ready Psychologically, Physically and sociologically, focus must be given for acquisition of Language Skills (LSRW) and Mathemetical skills (Four fundamental processes) by the children.
The teacher has to ensure that every child :
1. to acquire the stated academic standards to continue the present class.
2. To acquire the Literacy and Numaracy skills 

3. To able to read and write sentences correctly.

4. To acquire creative skills and language skills as per the class - specific academic standards.
5. To do the class - relevant foundamental processes in mathematics as per the academic standards.
Methodology: The teacher has to allot 20% of periods (meant for readiness) for class preparedness in addition to the coverage of regular syllabus as given in the Academic Calendar.
All subject teachers shall conduct language reading and reading comrehension activities in their concern periods. Teacher has to write key vocabulary on the board from the pevious class lessons. Explain briefly and train the students to read the vocabulary by conducting whole class, pair, indivdual
reading activities. Conduct dictation at the end of each period. Mathematics teachers shall conduct
activities for four fundamental operations. In case of regular syllabus periods the teacher has to write
key words, the gist of lesson in one or two sentences on the board and make students read and
comprehend under class readiness activity.

Roles and Responsibilities of Head Teachers and Teachers

Head Teachers:
• All Head Teachers should scrupulously follow the guidelines regarding academic, supervision
and administration as envisaged in G.O.Ms.No.54, Education (Ser V), dated 01.06.2000.
• Ensure the activities suggested regarding preparation of Headmaster’s room, preparation of
the classroom, resource mobilization, monitoring and supervision, planning of co-curricular
and extra-curricular activities without fail.
• Set the standards of the school and evaluate him/herself continuously to ensure that the goals
set are achieved by the end of the academic year.
• Should always update him/herself by adopting latest advances in technology.
• Conduct the staff meeting in an innovative manner by focusing the analytics on the learning
outcomes, classroom observations, demystifying the learning outcomes etc., duly recording
and disseminating the minutes. Every staff meeting should first discuss the action taken on
the previous minutes and that the action is complete in all respects.
• Ensure that all teachers keep their mobiles in switch off mode / silent during the classroom
• The Headmaster should attend the schools at least 15 minutes before the scheduled time and
leave the school only after confirming that all children have left, all properties are safely
secured and everything is fine and under control.
• Follow the protocol during the visits of the higher official, Public Representatives and the
other dignitaries in a be - fitting manner and should appraise them the activities, programs,
that are being practiced in the school including the standards of the school and the students.
• Conduct the Parent Teacher Meetings in a planned manner so that all parents will have the
opportunity to know about the academic progress of their wards. Parents should have
opportunity to interact with subject teachers of their wards.
• Prepare school specific action plan regarding academics, co-curricular and extracurricular
activities along with administration to ensure that the goals set are achieved.
• Ensure that the Academic Calendar prescribed by government is strictly followed and all the
activities indicated are taken up appropriately by all teachers.
• Allocate co-curricular and extra-curricular periods to teachers based on their capabilities and
• Focus on the handwriting and cursive writing skills among students and adopt innovative
methods to improve the same.
• Understand that “Child is not the reason for his/her low performance’. Teachers should be
made aware of it and take responsibility for the performance of their students
• Maintain rapport with the Village Secretariat in order to have convergence with all line
departments in the village.
• Responsible for the school property and infrastructure including its maintenance.
• Ensure that the safe drinking water is provided to the students and it is tested from time to
time, in convergence with the RWS department.
• Ensure that the school evacuation plan is in place and displayed at a prominent place for the
information of all, along with the school and student safety protocols that are to be meticulously
• Enquire about the students who are absent for a long period of time through the Cluster
Resource Person (CRP)/ Education and Welfare assistant of Village / Ward Secretariat
concerned. He should also approach the parents in case of long absenteeism of students.
• Utilize the digital infrastructure properly with utmost care and ensure that it is made available
for digital learning of students.
• Organize career counseling for students from class VIII on wards, duly involving teachers
and parents
• Scrupulously follow any instruction issued by the higher authorities from time to time.
• Involve all teachers in the administrative activities and monitoring of government programs
like Jagananna Gorumudda, JVK, School and Toilet maintenance.

• Teachers should scrupulously follow the guidelines regarding academic and classroom
administration as envisaged in G.O.Ms.No.54, Education (Ser V), dated 01.06.2000.
• Follow the timetable prescribed by the Headmaster concerned.
• Write standard lesson plans as suggested in the Academic Calendar.
• Good communicators, listen well, focus on collaboration, adoptable, engaged, to show
empathy, have patience, instills confdence, manage the classroom effectively, come to
class prepared to teach, set high expectations, practice self-refections, use teaching strategies
and to be a role model to the students.
• Unbiased towards students in respect of gender, caste, community, disability and should
address the learning levels of students appropriately with out any discrimination.
• Have analytical report of the assessments and should develop student specifc action plan
for remedial teaching.
• Come to the school well in advance to attend the school assembly and to extend their cooperation
in conduct of the assembly in a smooth manner.
• Present their lesson plans to the Headmaster concerned for its approval.
• Follow the suggestions given by the Headmaster on the classroom observations.
• Attend the staf meeting without fail and to take necessary action on the minutes of the
• Attend the Parent Teacher Meetings if the Headmaster requires the presence of the respective
• Evaluate the assessment answer scripts in time and post them online within stipulated
• Adopt the learning outcome-based teaching learning process.
• Focus on the digital learning through the available digital infrastructure and to make the
students to go through the QR codes provided in textbooks for their reinforcement in
• Cooperate with the Headmaster in school administration and to ensure the appropriate
class specifc learning outcomes among the students.
• Keep their mobiles in silent mode / switched off mode while they are in classroom
• Have their specifc plan for remedial teaching and to administer the plan after school
• Follow the guidelines suggested in the academic calendar prescribed by SCERT, AP and
implement the activities prescribed.
• Give open ended questions to students and to provide the opportunity for critical thinking.
• Adopt the positive behavior strategies such as setting challenging goals for learning,
making expectations clear both orally and in writing, setting consequences for noncompletion
of work, encouraging students to write and speak well, discussing class progress
and communicating the importance of high academic standards to students.
• Encourage the gifted students in participating competitive examinations duly providing
the appropriate study material to them and to make aware of various careers.
• Maintain a good rapport with the Headmaster and other co-teachers to create a healthy
learning environment to the students.
• Scrupulously follow any instruction issued by the Headmaster concerned and higher
authorities from time to time.
• Completion of the syllabus means achievement of learning outcomes not mere completion
of the lessons.

1 TO 5 Classes Subject Wise Weightage -2023-24

AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

Mandatory Activities :
1. Conduct Class wise / whole school Mathematical Tables drilling in the first 5 minutes of Maths periods every day.
2. Conduct oral mathematics practice every day.
3. Conduct oral drilling on Days in a week, names of the months, names of the years, Directions and Corners, names of the Thidhulu, Nakshatralu, Raasulu,
Seasons every day evening.
4. Conduct paper cuttings, Clay modeling, Drawing, Singing, Dancing, Gardening, etc Activities on 'NO BAG DAY' for 1 & 2 Classes only.
5. Practice good hand writting (Cursive Writing) every day in the language periods.
6. Conduct Art & Cultural Activities as per the syllabus.
7. Conduct English Language Lab Activities particularly for Listening and Speaking twice in a week in English periods by using google read along app.
8. Conduct Perfomance activities - Reciting poems and Narrating stories as per the syllabus given.

Schedule for Assessments in 2023-24


AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

AP Primary Schools Academic Calendar 2023-24 - TIME TABLE DOWNLOAD

Dasara Holidays from 14-10-2023 to 24-10-2023: 

Christmas Holiday 25-12-2023 :

 Pongal Holidays from 09-01-2024 to 18-01-2024.

Note : For Christian minority Institutions Dasara Holidays from 21-10-2023 to 24-10-2023: 

Christmas Holidays 17-12-2023 to 26-12-2023:Pongal Holidays from 10-01-2024 to 18-01-2024.

Optional and Local Holidays may be availed as per the rules in force.

 Schools have to work according to the changes in Public Holidays as per Government orders.

AP Primary Schools Month Wise Workings Days List

Month Total Days General Minority Holidays
Total Days
Total working Days 229


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